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2018/19 ACADEMIC YEAR – SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS:

DATE SCHOOL OR VENUE AND SPEAKERS
10:00 - 12:00 Tuesday 22nd January 2019 Childwall Abbey School, Childwall Abbey Road, Liverpool L16 5EY

Guest speaker: Kathy Desmond, LGF Chair will give a little more background to Pupil Premium with examples of how different schools use theirs and to what effect. Hopefully this will lead to governors at the meeting, sharing their experiences and outcomes.
10:00 - 12:00 Tuesday 12th March 2019 St Julies Catholic High School, Speke Road, Woolton Liverpool L25 7TN

Guest speaker: Tom Lambeth, CEO, Food for Thought (a not for profit company owned by its schools), will give an overview of the importance of quality healthy school meals. To be confirmed.
10:00 - 12:00 Tuesday 30th April 2019 Mosspits Primary School, 21 Moss Pits Lane, Liverpool L15 6UN

Guest speaker: Heather Duggan, Chief Education Officer for Liverpool. This is a new role within our city. Heather will provide an overview of her role and how governors and trustees can provide support.
CONFERENCE 09:30 to 12:15 Saturday 11th May 2019 Partnership for Learning Centre, South Road, Speke, Liverpool L24 9PZ

Details to be confirmed
17:30 to 19:30 *Evening committee meeting* Tuesday 18th June 2019 St Michael In the Hamlet Primary School, Neilson Road, Liverpool L17 7BA

Guest speaker: To be confirmed
10:00 - 12:00 Tuesday 9th July 2019 Archbishop Blanch CE High School, 80 Earle Road, Liverpool L7 6HQ

Guest speaker: To be confirmed


PLEASE NOTE: Any governor who would like to attend a committee meeting, please book in via the LGF email account: admin@livgovforum.org.uk




The Liverpool Governors’ Forum was formed to represent the views of member governing bodies from Liverpool schools.

As your representative body we will:

· liaise with all bodies connected with education, both locally and nationally;

· provide a forum for discussion and mutual assistance;

· promote best practice in fulfilling statutory and other responsibilities with sensitivity;

· raise awareness of educational issues;

· provide a basis for pursuing common ideals and objectives.

Please note that all committee meetings are open to all members. The date and times of the next meetings are listed at the top of the home page (see above).