Governors and Heads must share strategic vision The working relationship between the Headteacher/Principal and the Chair of Governors is crucial in ensuring school effectiveness. This one day seminar is designed to enable Heads/Principals and Chairs to: • • • • •
clarify their understanding of shared strategic leadership identify what more they could do to consolidate that in their working relationship consider how to refresh the shared values and vision for their school review how they manage strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation to achieve the vision action plan to ensure effective distribution of leadership within the governing body
One day seminar Thursday 2 February 2017 9.30am to 3.30pm 160 Tooley Street, SE1 2TZ Each Chair and Head/Principal pair is asked to bring the following documentation to the seminar: • the current version of your selfevaluation form (SEF) • your school development plan (SDP) • a recent report from the head
to the governing body and the minutes of the meeting when it was discussed your most recent pupil premium report
These documents will not be shared with others but will be needed for you to evaluate your current practice. Seminar leader: Michele Robbins Cost: all subscribing schools – free of charge, non-subscribing schools - £220 per pair. To book your places please contact Ela Cleary at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7525 5107.
Changes to FareShare’s Breakfast Club offer
ast school year FareShare London may have provided you with breakfast cereal as part of the Kellogg’s Give A Child A Breakfast campaign. This year FareShare London would like to introduce you to the full FareShare Membership which can provide a wide range of food suitable for your breakfast and after school provisions. FareShare is an award winning, UK wide charity fighting hunger and food waste. We redistribute good, surplus food to frontline charities, community groups and organisations supporting vulnerable people within their local communities. FareShare reaches over 320 towns and cities, providing food for 18.3 million meals a year
and supporting 211,565 people every week. In London this translates to over 250 organisations who help to feed over 23,000 people each week. By ensuring good food is not wasted we turn an environmental problem into a social solution. For more than 20 years FareShare has been working with the food industry to identify quality, in date, good to eat surplus food that can be redistributed. The 2,489 charities that receive food from FareShare provide a lifeline to vulnerable people, including children’s breakfast and after school clubs. By receiving food from FareShare, these organisations are better able to provide nutritious meals alongside life-changing support.
Flouro light tubes Recolight was set up by the lighting industry in 2005 to take on their WEEE responsibility for recycling when the WEEE regulations were introduced into the UK. They’re also not for profit. Visit www. recolight.co.uk/lamp-recycling-forcollection-points/request-a-lampcollection.aspx for how schools can dispose of the fluoro tubes. We cannot collect them ourselves and they cannot be brought to the Veolia Southwark Reuse and Recycling Centre.