Those of you who are secondary governors will be interested to know that the National Careers Council believes there is a need for a culture change in careers provision. They have produced a report suggesting some practical steps for matching young people`s career aspirations to the realities of the current labour market. Called An aspirational nation: creating a culture change in careers provision you can find it at - click Image to continue -
GOVAS works closely with the Stockport Children and Young People Directorate, but we are a fully independent association of governors affiliated to the equally independent National Governors Association. Every governor in Stockport is automatically a GOVAS member (as long as your institution pays their subscriptionof £10.00 PA)and our Management Committee is made up exclusively of serving volunteer governors in Stockport’s schools – nursery, primary secondary and special. Our biggest strength is our links with all the school governors in Stockport through our newsletter, special communications, and this website.