Creating a new vision for your school or trust

Creating a new vision for your school or trust

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Creating a new vision for your school or trust

This module will help you to:

  • Remind yourself of the purpose of a vision, and what a good school or trust vision should look like
  • Explore how to create the right vision for your school or trust
  • Review and refresh the vision of your own school or trust
Study time: Approximately 15 mins

Does your school or trust have a suitable vision? Is it a vision that will allow your board and school leaders to set and implement a strategy to drive forward, working together for the benefit of all of your pupils and the school community?

Using case studies and model approaches, this module will help you and your board answer these questions and, if necessary, develop a new vision suitable to create the right strategic direction for your school or trust.

The module will provide you with:

  • A reminder of the purpose of a vision, and what a good school or trust vision should look like
  • An opportunity to explore how to create the right vision for your school or trust
  • Some ideas about how to review and refresh the vision of your own school or trust

If your school is subscribed to Learning Link, you can find this module in the ‘Learning’ section of your account, under the ‘Vision, ethos and strategic direction’ category.

100% of users who have completed the module would recommend it to fellow governors.

100% of users who have completed the module say that it will help improve their governance practice. 

What our learners say:

“Case studies were excellent”

“It was clear and very relevant - it focused on the important factors. There were examples of good and bad practice. The course charted a clear, practical way forward.”

Our subject matter expertise

The content of this module has been written by our in-house subject matter expert:

Paul Aber – Head of Training Development

Paul AberPaul leads and manages NGA’s face to face training, e-learning and funded development programmes for schools and academies.  This includes working alongside NGA's Head of Consultancy recruiting, training and managing NGA’s team of consultants and trainers.

Prior to joining NGA, Paul was centre director at the University of Law in York where his role included strategic planning and quality assurance.

Paul has many years’ experience of governance including maintained schools and academy trusts.

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