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A culture of improvement

Governing Matters

As the Governance Handbook states, an effective governor or trustee needs to be able to “foster a common culture, set of values and ethos across the whole organisation” and then ensure “it is reflected” in policies and practice. But in some more recent studies, we can now see that culture is more than just about values, it is a make-or-break condition that determines whether the school is improving.

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