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Its Conference Season

Its Conference Season

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One of last years conferences

The days are getting longer and the mornings lighter and out in Governorland it is conference season.

Over the next couple of months Modern Governor will be out on the road visiting as many of the Governor and Clerks conferences that we can squeeze in. We love meeting you all face to face and hearing your news and views and we will be posting as many photos as we can onto the website.

Here is a list of where you can catch up with us, keep an eye on our newsletter for more news of MG on the road! and if you have an event you would like us to come along to, then drop me a line!

1st March GLP (Knowsley): Huyton suite,   Huyton
8th/9th March EICE Conference: Manchester  – Elaine co-hosting workshop on use of social   media in education, and hosting a workshop on MG/e-learning in schools
16th March Stockport: Reddish Vale   Technology College
20th March Wolverhampton/Walsall: Molineux stadium
22nd March GLP (Cheshire East): Tatton   Park
11th May Kent: Ashford
14th May Wiltshire: Devizes
17th May Bradford: Future House, Bradford

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  • Megan
    Posted at 14:29h, 04 March Reply

    Oh goodie – I shall look out for you at the Cheshire East one at Tatton Park!

    I’m on the Cheshire East Association of Governing Bodies executive, we co-host with Cheshire East Council. I’m also a training liaison governor and busy trying to point my fellow governors towards Modern Governor, especially as most resist face-to-face day courses on the grounds that they have jobs to go to!

    • Carol Woolley
      Posted at 15:21h, 04 March Reply

      Hi Megan, please come up and say hello!

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