Our email email@example.com hasn’t been working for a number of days. Our internet host is fixing it but I have no idea how long it will take. If you have Lisa Neidich’s email address you can use that to email HASGA.
Letter from @dpymayorhackney 2 @JustineGreening – massive #SEND funding shortfall for most vulnerable kids in #Hackney #TellTheChancellor https://t.co/0FUethaMWI
Join to speak to #Hackney South and Shoreditch MP @MegHillier about #schoolcuts RSVP here: https://t.co/d9inulKe0K
Our meeting dates are:
Monday the 25th September 2017
Monday the 20th November 2017
Monday the 29th January 2018
Monday the 12th February 2018
Tuesday the 20th March 2018
Monday the 9th July 2018.
If you would like us to meet at your school please let me know so we can arrange it. We are an independent Governors’ Association with good relations with the Hackney Council.
We are waiting for Governance Services to ok our dates for meetings for the next school year. They are waiting for clerks to put in dates for GB meetings as well as other HLT and Hackney Council meetings that have to do with education and children. We will give you dates as soon as we can.
Don’t forget to look at the Documents and Links pages.
Don’t forget to sign up for the Hackney School Governors’ Conference on the 29th Jan 2017 at 10am to 1:15pm at the Tomlinson Centre. Get more info from HLT Governor Services: Governorservices@learningtrust.co.uk
We have one vacancy on our HASGA Executive. Any Hackney school governor is eligible to join as long as you have access to email. We currently only have one secondary governor and no academy or free school governor on the Exec. It would be good to have someone from that phase/types of schools.
Fiona Millar’s PowerPoint presentation is available to download from our documents’ page.
Our AGM is tomorrow at 6pm in the HLT building, meeting rooms 1&2, 3rd floor. Fiona Millar will be leading the discussion. See Meetings on Home page for more info. All Hackney governors welcome!
Our AGM is on Monday the 20th November. If you’d like to volunteer your school for the meeting, especially if we’ve never used it let us know.
Gillian Allcroft – Deputy Chief Executive of NGA will be speaking.
Gillian’s role includes developing policy, representing NGA at external meetings and oversight of NGA’s Policy and Information team.
Gillian worked for the National Governors’ Council prior to its merger with the National Association of School Governors to form the NGA. Before that she worked at the Department for Education. She is co-author of the Chair’s Handbook with Emma Knights, Chief Executive of the NGA, and is chair of governors at a junior school in Solihull.