Anna Trethewey is Deputy Director of LKMco. She is an experienced teacher and manager and has extensive youthwork experience. Anna specialises in helping organisations at a strategic level, increasing the impact they have on disadvantaged young people. Previously, Anna taught in Lewisham and Norwich and was a learning Associate for Teach First and Christ Church University College.
There were two key issues that kept recurring in today’s discussion of governing bodies: issues of training a governing body to be effective and the responsibilities that governing bodies have for driving school improvement. With that in mind, I’ve put today’s tweets into these key areas and added a commentary on what LKMco’s research, ‘What Makes a Good School Governor’, can add to the debate.
The link to the blog mentioned below on 360 degree appraisal can be found here.
The link to training for school governors on in-school variation mentioned below can be found here.