Another school governor monitoring visit

I have carried out another monitoring visit, this time focusing on “Community Cohesion”, which is a formal way of saying, “We all have to get along together, so play nicely” – I understate for effect, of course, but it does seem to require a lot of input for something that, in 90% of schools, must be taught and experienced automatically anyway. Ah, well, it ticks...
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School monitoring visit

In my capacity as a governor of the Infant School in Tenterden, I today paid a monitoring visit to the school It is always a delight visiting the school: all the children are well-behaved, happy and hard-working, and they really seem to thrive in the school’s positive atmosphere; It makes me quite proud to be a small part of that success My visit focused on the “drop-off club”...
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CPD

All lawyers (well – all practising lawyers, in the UK at least; I don’t know about others) are required to undergo Continuing Professional Development – basically, in-service training to keep up to date. It can be frustrating having to spend a day or half a day out of the office when there is so much to be dealt with on one’s desk; and the workload is only increased as a...
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