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Our latest School of the Month features Little Mead Primary Academy in North Bristol. Little Mead is a successful academy school offering high quality education for children in the local area.
In this video, Head Teacher Barbara Daykin and Chair of Governors Angela Glasner discuss their vision for the school, what they're looking for in a new governor and why Little Mead is a great school to be involved with.
Barbara and Angela are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to join the governing body. They are looking for members of the local community who have an enthusiasm for children's learning and are keen to secure the best education for the school's pupils.
If you would like to find out more about school governor opportunities at Little Mead Academy, contact us directly on 020 7354 9806 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our new school of the month features Middlewich Primary School in Crewe. Hear from Head Teacher Sandy La Porta and Chair of Governors Jackie Thorpe who discuss their vision for the school, what they're looking for in a new governor and what a newly appointed governor can expect at Middlewich School.
Our Senior Manager for Business Development, Luke Dickinson (second from left), celebrates with the UoM team.
We would like to congratulate the University of Manchester on winning the International Social Responsibility Award at the Green Gown Awards 2013. We are extremely grateful for all the support provided by the University and the number of governor volunteers they have recruited for SGOSS over the past two years. We are looking forward to further strengthening our partnership in the future....
It's the beginning of a brand new school year and to coincide we're launching a new website, we hope you like it!
Whether you're a prospective volunteer, a school looking for a governor or a business that would like to work more closely to support the governance of England's schools, we've got lots of great new content and it's even easier to find your way around....