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Engage, Enable, Enrich 11th July 2018 - Oliver Kean

Heart of the City, an organisation which supports business to set up responsible business activities, invited our CEO Louise Cooper to explain the benefits…

Governors for Schools’ appeal for outer London governors features in the Evening Standard 6th July 2018 - Oliver Kean

Schools in outer London are struggling to recruit governors and desperately need volunteers to sign up, Governors for Schools has warned. Schools in Ealing have at…

How can we tackle the governor recruitment challenge? 28th June 2018 - Oliver Kean

In an article in SecEd, CEO Louise Cooper sets out how Governors for Schools is tackling the governor recruitment challenge According to a TES/National…

‘Flexi-governors’ key to tackling governor shortages, says CEO Louise Cooper 27th June 2018 - Oliver Kean

Governors attending board meetings by video call will help schools access vital skills In an article featured in The Telegraph, Governors for Schools CEO…

Education Executive: CEO Louise Cooper discusses the skills governing boards need 27th June 2018 - Oliver Kean

In an article featured in Education Executive, CEO Louise Cooper reveals which skills were most sought by governing boards over the past financial year.

Driving School Improvement: new eLearning launched in conjunction with Allen & Overy 17th April 2018 - Oliver Kean

Leading law firm Allen and Overy has united with school governor recruitment charity Governors for Schools to develop free online governance training aimed at…

CEO Louise Cooper on BBC Radio Leicester calling 5000+ volunteers to action! 26th March 2018 - Sara Siddiqi

Governors for Schools is looking to engage 5000+ volunteers this year. Here, CEO Louise Cooper speaks to Jo Hayward from BBC Radio Leicester on…

More maintained secondary schools go into the red 22nd March 2018 - Oliver Kean

The number of local authority maintained secondary schools in deficit has risen to 26.1%, up from 8.8% three years ago. Schools in the south…

Increase in numbers taking holidays during term time 22nd March 2018 - Oliver Kean

Statistics released by the Department for Education show that there has been a rise in the number of pupils taken out of school to…

Justine Greening, ex-education secretary, resigns 9th January 2018 - Hannah Stolton

Justine Greening, ex-education secretary, has resigned from the government after refusing a job as work and pensions secretary in Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle. Read…

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Engage, Enable, Enrich

Heart of the City, an organisation which supports business to set up responsible business activities, invited our CEO Louise Cooper to explain the benefits of volunteering for businesses and employees.…

11th July 2018
Governors for Schools’ appeal for outer London governors features in the Evening Standard

Schools in outer London are struggling to recruit governors and desperately need volunteers to sign up, Governors for Schools has warned. Schools in Ealing have at least 78 vacancies on their governing…

6th July 2018
How can we tackle the governor recruitment challenge?

In an article in SecEd, CEO Louise Cooper sets out how Governors for Schools is tackling the governor recruitment challenge According to a TES/National Governors’ Association Annual Governor Survey in…

28th June 2018
‘Flexi-governors’ key to tackling governor shortages, says CEO Louise Cooper

Governors attending board meetings by video call will help schools access vital skills In an article featured in The Telegraph, Governors for Schools CEO Louise Cooper said that schools should…

27th June 2018
Education Executive: CEO Louise Cooper discusses the skills governing boards need

In an article featured in Education Executive, CEO Louise Cooper reveals which skills were most sought by governing boards over the past financial year. The top three skills desired by…

27th June 2018