Information for governing boards on dealing with the implications of Coronavirus & business continuity 

Information for governing boards on dealing with the implications of Coronavirus & business continuity 

Coronavirus information and guidance
Members please note that essential website maintenance is taking place on Friday 10 April (Good Friday)

Members please note that essential website maintenance is taking place on Friday 10 April (Good Friday)

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New Governing Matters out now

New Governing Matters out now

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NGA Learning Link:E-learning anytime, anywhere

NGA Learning Link:

E-learning anytime, anywhere

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DfE funded governance training: at least £1,000 of funding available for every school and academy in 2020-2021

DfE funded governance training: at least £1,000 of funding available for every school and academy in 2020-2021

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Who Are The NGA?

The National Governance Association (NGA) is the membership organisation for governors, trustees and clerks of state schools in England.

We are an independent, not-for-profit charity that aims to improve the educational standards and wellbeing of young people by increasing the effectiveness of governing boards and promoting high standards. We are expert leaders in school and trust governance, providing information, advice and guidance, professional development and e-learning.

We represent the views of governors, trustees and clerks at a national level and work closely with, and lobby, UK government and educational bodies.

1200+ members attended our 2019 events

GOLD Membership has grown 52% since 2014-15

88% of members agreed that membership has a positive impact

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Why should i join?

We have a variety of membership packages to suit your needs and and support you in your governing role. Whether it’s through providing expert advice and guidance, practical resources, knowledge sharing, or keeping you up to date on education news and policy, we can help you face new challenges as they arise.


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