Being a National Leader | Ruth Agnew

I became a National Leader of Governance in April 2012. I was attracted by the idea of working with the National College, of being able to get training and support from a network of colleagues and to be able to share my own experience and understanding of the role with others. Nearly three years on and I can see the need for the role more than ever. Since 2012 we’ve seen the landscape of education shift around us, and, in an increasingly autonomous system, the importance of the role of governors is being recognised more and more widely, including through the Ofsted framework. The need for…

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