Membership benefits to support you in your governance role
Whether it’s through providing professional 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.
Sign up to access a range of resources that will:
- help you to develop professional governance
- keep you up to date and compliant
- save you time and money
There are many benefits to becoming a member of NGA:
Exclusive online access to best practice school governance guidance. Practical governance resources include: model policies; templates; checklists; information summaries; insights; case studies; and much more. Topics including finance, staffing, Ofsted, curriculum, special education needs, legislation, school improvement and much more.
NGA’s e-newsletter is the best way to keep up to date with important government and education news, including policy announcements, information on consultations, legislation, key guidance and new research. Delivered during term-time for all members, you will receive concise and key updates every Friday to keep you well informed.
GOLD members receive exclusive access to this independent and confidential advice service on strategic, procedural and legal information about governance. Our experts are available to deal with any questions you may have, and the service is easily accessible online or by phone.
NGA’s official membership magazine is essential reading for governors, trustees and clerks providing strategic leadership in schools and academies. Each issue includes the latest news from NGA, changes in policy, advice and guidance.
NGA conferences, events and webinars are free for members to attend and allow you to hear the latest news on a range of issues as well as providing opportunities to network and share best practice. Our events draw high-profile speakers including government ministers and senior leaders in education.
Welcome to Governance, The Chair’s Handbook and Welcome to a Multi Academy Trust are essential reading for experienced and new governors and trustees, and reflect the latest practice and legal guidance.
Findings from our events and research are invaluable to NGA’s work lobbying the government on key governance issues. These are also used to inform work and guidance to support governing boards across the country.
NGA Learning Link offers flexible e-learning to help governors, trustees, chairs and clerks develop their governance skills and knowledge.
Find new volunteers for your trust board or local academy committees/councils. NGA provides 12 months free support for appointments made via this free service.