Welcome to the Governor Support Service
The Governor Support Service is an independent service offering governor training, advice, guidance and support to all Hillingdon Schools. With over 20 years’ combined experience working within local authorities in Governor Support roles, we are able to offer local and legislative advice, support and training to school governors and clerks.More
WINNER - NGA Outstanding Clerk 2017
Angie Marchant of Colham Manor Primary School in Hillingdon was named outstanding clerk to a governing board at the National Governance Association’s (NGA) Outstanding Governance Awards 2017 on Tuesday 5 September. Read the press realease here: NGA Outstanding Clerk Award 2017
Advice & Guidance
We provide governing bodies and schools with information, support, and advice to proactively promote and achieve outstanding governance.
Schools can access our full range of services by purchasing a service level agreement with us for 2018/2019, or schools can access the training on a ‘pay as you go’ basis. Please contact us for further information
The Governor Support Service is very pleased to be able to offer Modern Governor online professional development for school governors and academy trustees from 1st April 2018.
Modern Governor Video Clip – Overview
Intro to Modern Governor CPD
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Hillingdon Governors' Meeting Autumn 2018
The Hillingdon Governors’ Meeting will take place on 8th November 2018. The agenda is given below. To book a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HGM Agenda Autumn 2018
The objectives for this session are for heads and governors to: • clarify the range of issues that come under the ‘umbrella’ of safeguarding • understand key elements of their roles in safeguarding • be aware of significant guidance/resources • explore tools for auditing safeguarding policies and practices • action plan to ensure that a […]
The session will consider: overview of the Pupil Premium Grant best practice in using the Pupil Premium funding effectively the key questions to ask about how the Pupil Premium is being used the governors’ role in monitoring the impact of the Pupil Premium. The provider for this session is Eithne Leming.
This termly network session aimed at chairs, vice chairs and aspiring chairs, is an informal chance to catch up with chairing colleagues and discuss topical matters and share good practice.
This session is an introduction to Analyse School Performance (ASP), which has replaced RAISE online. Inspectors will be using this new data system prior to an inspection. It will be important for governors to understand this data system to support governing boards in understanding the school’s performance. It is hoped that it will help you […]
Schools we work with often have vacancies for school governor volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, why not find out more?
Apply through GSS directly by completing the form below or click on the link below to volunteer through a charity we work with, Governors for Schools:
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If your school is interested in the services provided by GSS, please contact us using the form below.