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School liaison groups

School liaison groups

teachersSchool liaison groups are arranged by area and there are 18 across Buckinghamshire. The membership consists of Headteachers from all schools – Primary, Secondary, Special, Academy, Grammar and PRU.

The aim of the School Liaison Groups is to:

  • help identify local needs and issues
  • facilitate solutions
  • provide a support network for all Headteachers
  • support a range of outward-facing collaborative projects

Organisation of Liaison Groups

  • Liaison Group meetings are held at the beginning of every half term.
  • Dates for Liaison Group meetings are proposed by the Council and agreed by group members, in order to facilitate attendance.
  • The running and administration of the meetings is the responsibility of schools.
  • Buckinghamshire Council are represented by a member of the Side by Side Partnership Team at meetings.
  • The Primary Executive Board and Buckinghamshire Association of Secondary Headteachers agree a draft agenda for all liaison groups to use, and Buckinghamshire Council contribute updates and information sharing.

The Liaison Group structure is a real strength for Buckinghamshire, and the continued success of the liaison groups will be key to the success of Side by Side through driving local collaborations and shared learning.

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