what is the 'strategicpurpose'?
the bigger picture
• who are people accountable to?
• what are their main responsibilities?
• what would be the effect on the school
if this person was not fulfilling their role?
f: a) schoolgovernors b) seniormanagementteam c) otherstatutory...
are giving students leaving school for the first time a wider range than ever of options in which to pursue.
Explain the strategicpurpose of: schoolgovernors, seniormanagementteam, otherstatutoryrolesegSENCO, teachers and supportstaffroles
For a school to run efficiently all staff...
organised in terms of roles and responsibilities.
2.1 Explain the strategicpurpose of: schoolgovernors, seniormanagementteam, otherstatutoryrolesegSENCO, teachers and supportstaffroles.
The governing body is responsible for the running of and the conduct of its schools...
who had completed a short course or left an activity they started would have the opportunity to extend their learning.
2.1 Explain the strategicpurpose of;
schoolgovernorsseniormanagementteamotherstatutoryroles e.g. SENCOteacherssupportstaffrolesSchoolgovernorsSchool...
2.1 – explain the strategicpurpose of a) schoolgovernors, b) seniormanagementteam, c) otherstatutoryroles e.g. SENCO, d) teachers and e) supportstaffroles.
The governing body is responsible for the conduct of its schools and must promote high standards of...
successful especially when the role is for a member of the seniormanagementteam especially head teacher. However they could have several members of the school to convey their opinion this could include students, teaching staff and other members of the seniormanagementteam.
the school and it’s running, and implement what is discuss. This will be fed back to teachers and other members of staff.
Otherstatutoryroles e.g. SENCO - It is a statutory requirement that certain members of staff are present within in a school. In primary schools there will be a Foundation...
Understand how schools are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities
2.1 Explain the strategicpurpose of:
a. SchoolGovernorsSchools are run by a governing body working with the head teacher and seniormanagementteam to ensure pupils get a good education. Becoming a governor could be a...
Understand how schools are organised in terms of roles and responsibilities.
2.1: Explain the strategicpurpose of:
c) OtherStatutoryRole- SENCO
2.1 a) SchoolGovernors.
The School Government is responsible...
. 2.1 Explain the strategicpurpose of:
2.1 Governing bodies - with representatives of the various stakeholders in the school: the head teacher, elected parent governors, elected teacher and non-teaching staffgovernors, co-opted or community governors and...
purpose of schoolgovernors, seniormanagement, otherstatutoryroles (senco), teachers & supportstaffroles.
SchoolGovernors: Schoolgovernors do manage schools they lead them and usually consist of a team of 10-12 people but can be upto as many as 20. They are usually responsible for the day to...
community, schoolstaff and the headteacher.
* Headteacher – is responsible for the day to day management, but he or she is chosen by the governors and work closely with them. The headteacher is ultimately responsible for the success or failure of the school.
2.1 Explain the StrategicPurpose of SchoolGovernors, SeniorManagementTeam, OtherStatutoryRoles, Teachers and SupportStaffRolesSchoolGovernors – SchoolGovernors give direction and focus by performing a vital and strategicrole. Their main role is to help raise standards of achievement...
a) Explain the strategicpurpose of:
SchoolgovernorsSeniormanagementteamOtherstatutoryrolesSENCOTeachersSupportstaffrolesSchoolgovernors- have the responsibility of running the school. There is usually a team of 10-12 people who have links to the school and community...
and responsibilities (2.1/ 2.2)
1. Draw an organisation chart, identifying those with responsibility for strategicmanagement and operational management for a school you are familiar with.
2. Explain the strategicpurpose of:
b) a seniormanagementteam
table below to show the responsibilities of the schoolgovernors, seniormanagementteam, teachers, supportstaff, and the SENCO (Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator).
Job role | Responsibilities |
a) Schoolgovernors | Schoolgovernors are members of the schools governing body.They...
basis to discuss issues which have come up and to make decisions concerning the running of the school or around the implementation of the school implement plan. They will discuss how this information will be spread to teacher and supportstaff.
Otherstatutoryroles- there will be otherstaff...
responsibilities of, SchoolGovernors, SeniorManagementTeam, otherstatutoryroles, Teachers and Supportstaff.
SchoolGovernorsSchoolGovernors are unpaid individuals who have a shared range of duties, powers and a general responsibility for the conduct of the school with a view to promoting...
, year group leaders and SENCO. They usually meet once a week to discuss issues and make dicisions concerning the running of the school and discuss how information will be passed on to teachers and supportstaff.
SENCO Is responsible for managing and monitoring the...
managementteam; otherstatutoryroles e.g., SENCO; teachers and supportstaffroles.
Schoolgovernors are a group of people (usually between 10 – 20) who run the school. They are made up of various people who have links with the school and the community. There should be at least one parent and one...