If you are concerned about balancing the three year budget plan and the inadequate responses from Government to date then you may wish to sign the parliamentary petition to get the issue debated in … [Read More...]
Welcome to the Oxfordshire Governors’ Association website
Here you will find information for Governors of State funded schools in Oxfordshire.
The Association is run by Governors for Governors.
Please note we are not part of Oxfordshire County Council!
If you are looking for OCC Governor Services for information about Training Courses, Clerking etc. please follow the link to OCC Governors.
Ofsted launched its consultation on the proposed new framework on 16th January 2019. The consultation is open until 4th April 2019. The proposed framework is substantially different in emphasis and … [Read More...]
All 'governors' of state funded schools are automatically members of OGA and are welcome to attend our FREE Open meetings. However we do rely on Schools subscriptions to pay our running expenses … [Read More...]
New items added to posts on the Home page. Various events have been added or updated, most notably the next OGA Free Open Meeting. Some broken links have been repaired, but if you spot one … [Read More...]
In October F40 the campaign group for a National FAIR Funding Formula presented a briefing to Members of Parliament in the House of Commons MPs Briefing 15 October 2018 delivered. As I have joined … [Read More...]
Updated information about this conference may be found through the calendar. Please note this is open to Governors of all types of school not just academies. … [Read More...]
The Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance (OTSA), working closely with Oxfordshire County Council (OCC), has developed the idea of Local Leaders of Governance. The first successful recruitment round … [Read More...]
On 29th December 2018 the Department for Education launched an Activity ‘passport’ to inspire schoolchildren and boost resilience. It is a 'Passport' of activities intended to enrich children's … [Read More...]