We provide practical guidance, knowledge and training to help company secretaries and leaders in academy schools to meet their legal and highest standards of governance. We also help trusts to develop good practice that goes beyond compliance and contributes to the achievement of educational aims.
Board Meeting Skills for Academies
Date: 23 March 2017, Location: London
Board meetings must be well planned, effectively run and accurately recorded. This can be difficult for multi-academy trusts where governance is multi layered and where schools are facing increasing levels of accountability and responsibility as well as managing the needs of multiple stakeholders.
This interactive workshop equips school governance professionals with the tools to make the most of their board meetings. Delegates can develop skills including: agenda setting, minute taking, understanding the role of the clerk and gain insight from the corporate sector.
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How to Run an Academy School
How to Run an Academy School is ICSA’s essential guide to the legal and regulatory compliance required of academy trustees, school leaders and company secretaries. The book provides insight on all manner of key issues faced by those in charge of schools, including governance, funding, board meetings and minutes, finance, risk and information management.
This latest edition, addresses the changing legal and political context for schools, including the Department for Education’s power to force schools in ‘underperforming’ local authorities to convert to academy status.
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