Autumn 2017

The DAG Autumn 2017 Conference was held on Saturday morning, 7th October 2017, at the Cranbrook Education Campus (CEC), Cranbrook, Exeter.

It was good to meet up with other governors and discuss different experiences.

 

The changing landscape of governance

This morning conference was free to attend for DAG members and associate members and concentrated on The changing landscape of governance.

Thoroughly enjoyed the conference: interesting speakers and made lots of notes to take back to my governing body.

Speakers

DAG provided a mix of innovative speakers and informative workshops to ensure Devon governors are well informed.

 

Keynote speakers were:

  • Bradley Simmons, Ofsted Regional Director for the South West – Better Ofsted inspections for all
  • Dawn Stabb, Head of Education and Learning, Devon County Council – “Relationships and collaboration LA/RSC/MATS 
  • Hannah Woodhouse, Deputy Director for the Regional School Commissioner South West – School improvement guidance and challenges                Download presentation

Workshops:

  • Risk and sustainable finance – Julia Green, Partner Browne Jacobson LLP        Download presentation
  • School improvement from RI to Good – Jackie Eason, National Leader of Governance (NLG) and NLG advocate for Devon     Download presentation

You can read the programme, or download the full programme brochure which was provided on the day to all delegates as part of their conference pack.

 

This conference was kindly sponsored by the NPS Group, and held in a venue made available by the Ted Wragg Multi-Academy Trust.

Cranbrook Education Campus (CEC), Cranbrook, Exeter is a brand new all-through school in the heart of Devon’s youngest town and managed by the Ted Wragg Multi-Academy Trust.

 

If you wish to forward any feedback to DAG please email [email protected].

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