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The Autumn term is always exciting welcoming new children into our schools; this year is no different, except we have also welcomed back many children who have hardly stepped foot on school grounds since before the Easter break.
What a start already to this long challenging term; five weeks completed and eleven more to go! The great news is that most of the children at our schools are back in the classroom.
We have a bit more clarity about what is expected from our schools, our school leaders and their teams - a full educational offer either delivered on the premises or off if necessary; as well as a strict regime to keep everyone safe. Meanwhile, Ofsted may drop by or the Health and Safety Executive may call to see that everything is going swimmingly.
Traditionally, this is a busy time for governance as we set up for the new academic year. We invite into our folds new people to be a part of our governance teams. We shake things up a bit by playing musical chairs; as a result, many governors find themselves taking on new roles. New Chairs and Vice-Chairs as well as committee chairs or portfolio holders, all stepping-up to support our schools.
It is also a time to pause and reflect on what we know and what we need to learn or experience to be even better.
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