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'End uncertainty surrounding education funding' asks NGA in letter to Chancellor

Friday, 13 October 2017

The National Governance Association has written an open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond asking him to "put an end to the uncertainty surrounding education funding" ahead of the Autumn Budget on 22 November.


Calls for Chancellor to increase 16 to 19 funding supported by NGA in joint letter

Tuesday, 03 October 2017

Along with six associations representing schools, colleges and students, NGA has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer calling for additional funding to address serious concerns about the future of sixth form education.


School governance in 2017: survey report out now

Tuesday, 03 October 2017

Today we are publishing the report of the annual NGA and Tes survey on school governance in 2017. 5,338 governors, trustees and academy committee members shared their views during the summer term.


Key findings of 2017 NGA/TES annual school governance survey revealed

Friday, 22 September 2017

More than 5,300 school governors and trustees shared their views and experiences in our annual survey.

Outstanding Governance Awards 2017

Wednesday, 06 September 2017

On Tuesday 5 September 2017, the National Governance Association held the Outstanding Governance Awards at the Terrace Pavilion, House of Commons in celebration of the unique and inspiring contribution that school governors, trustees and clerks make every single day in schools around the country.


GCSE results day: fluctuating entry rates overshadowed by focus on reformed GCSEs

Thursday, 24 August 2017

As secondary governors and trustees await news about their schools’ GCSE results, NGA  explore the fluctating entry rates for certain GCSE subjects.


Overall A-level grades remain stable

Thursday, 17 August 2017

As nervous sixth-form students around the country receive their A-level and BTec results today, those governing will be wondering what this means for their schools. NGA provide a summary of the national picture based on data from Ofqual and the Joint Council for Qualifications.


Happy summer break

Friday, 21 July 2017

As we reach the end of the academic year, NGA  would like to wish all governors and trustees a happy and relaxing summer break. During 2016/17, NGA has been busy writing new guidance and updating existing content to promote outstanding governance across the sector. In case you missed anything, here is a snapshot of what the team has been up to.


NGA responds to Justine Greening's speech on funding

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

The secretary of state for education Justine Greening has announced an investment of £1.3 billion into core schools funding. 

School leaders and governing boards: what do we expect of each other?

Friday, 23 June 2017

What governing boards should expect from school leaders and what school leaders should expect from governing boards has been updated for 2017. 

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