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This is the Governors notices area. Here you will find news, information and links to support people who are school governors or are who preparing to be elected as governors.
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Behaviour 'good' or 'outstanding' in most schools
Behaviour 'good' or 'outstanding' in most schools

Recent Ofsted data indicates that behaviour is good or outstanding in 80% of schools. Read the full account here.

Aiming high three years on
Aiming high three years on

This recently published document maps out the successes to date of this strategy, as well as detailing how the achievements to date can be built on. Draft quality standards for positive activities are also included.

Cameras: Are schools breaking the law?
Cameras: Are schools breaking the law?

This interesting article in the Guardian reports on a study carried out by Salford University, which questions the legality of some cameras in schools, when the pupils have not been informed of their presence and purpose.

1 in 7 secondaries inadequate
1 in 7 secondaries inadequate

The latest Ofsted report makes grim reading, with one in seven secondary schools classed as inadequate, based on last terms inspections. Read the full impact of the new Ofsted framework here.

First ever graduation ceremony for Children's University students
First ever graduation ceremony for Children's University students

Over 200 Birmingham students between 7 and 14 years old have graduated at a ceremony at the University of Aston in Birmingham!

The students were presented with their certificates in the Great Hall of the University on Tuesday 2nd March, in...

Disabled pupils — helping schools to prepare for the 2011 School Census
Disabled pupils — helping schools to prepare for the 2011 School Census

Schools are invited to help to test a draft version of a new tool to help them identify learners who are disabled under the Disability Discrimination Act. Two questions on disability will be included in the January 2011 School Census.

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