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Leadership Workshops

The 2019-20 programme of Leadership Development Workshops offers you and your staff the opportunity to hear from nationally significant speakers on topics of current interest and to network with colleagues. Creativity and the Curriculum with Mary Myatt Thursday 27 February 2020 8am to 11:30am Aylesbury venue (TBC) The BASL Board are very pleased to have secured Mary Myatt to lead the second of this year's Leadership Workshops. The event will begin with a networking breakfast from 8am and the wo…

Learning to drive

A provisional driving license (vocational) is required to drive vehicles in the following categories: Passenger Carrying Vehicle with 9 or more passenger seats (Category D) Passenger Carrying Vehicle with 9 to 16 passenger seats (Minibuses) (Category D1) Large Goods Vehicle with a maximum authorised mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes. (Category C) Large Goods Vehicle with a maximum authorised mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes, but not exceeding 7.5 tonnes (Category C1) Driving license requirements Drivers who p…


Developed to advise and assist Governing Boards in relation to child protection whilst letting school premises. Buckinghamshire Council has a corporate Lettings Policy and this guidance is intended to be compliant with that policy. Background Review: Annual review for Schools Financial Value Standard Local Guidance Lettings – School Guidance

Literacy governor

Primary school governing boards are encouraged to appoint a Literacy Governor to take an interest in literacy in the school and to offer a source of support and challenge. The precise responsibilities of the Literacy Governor need to be agreed by the governing board and so will vary from school to school. This advice is designed to provide a framework for that role. Why do we need a literacy governor? The governing board is responsible for the strategic direction of the school, including the de…

Local Area SEND Improvement Work

For many of us, the response to the Covid-19 emergency will already be impacting the way we go about our working lives – whether as a result of the need for increased efforts to ensure that the services, schools and settings you provide remain open; the impact to childcare arrangements as a result of closures to schools and settings; the Government guidance to where possible work from home or away from the workplace or the sickness and/ or periods of self-isolation. All of which will in some wa…

Local Authority Management Information Strategy

The Buckinghamshire Schools - Local Authority (LA) Management Information Strategy has been updated on a number of occasions since it was first published. The Management Information Strategy's main aim was, and still is, to set out the key principles and practical steps needed in order to strengthen the use of data and the access to information needed in both schools and the Local Authority to fulfil their respective responsibilities. The revised version focuses on those areas of the Strategy t…

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