BASG AGM with Mick Waters

We are delighted to invite all school governors to join us at the AGM


Wed, 27 November 2019

The venue for our AGM is St Michael’s Catholic School, Daws Hill Lane, High Wycombe HP11 1PW.

Timings are: 18.30 arrival and opportunity to network
19.00 – 19.30 – AGM
19.30 – 21.00 – Guest Speaker – Mike Waters
21.00 – 21.30 – Questions for Mike Waters and a further networking opportunity


The early notice is being sent to you, to allow you to book the date in your diaries NOW.

Tickets are available to book via Eventbrite

We have limited tickets for this event and are offering them on a first come first served basis. Three tickets per Governing Boards (Two for Governors and One for a staff member if you wish to bring somebody from your school).


Our Special guest and speaker Mick Waters talk about curriculum issues.


Mick Waters, Professor of Education, University of Wolverhampton

Mick has been a teacher, Headteacher, Director of Education and was Director of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) at the time that the National Curriculum was introduced into schools.

Professor Mick Waters is an Honorary Fellow of the College of Teachers and he supports several educational causes. He is a patron of the Children’s University which offers a range of learning opportunities beyond the school environment and of SAPERE, which promotes Philosophy for Children as a route to learning. Mick is also a patron of the Curriculum Foundation which seeks to promote a voice for the power and potential of the whole curriculum; he currently works with schools in the West Midlands in raising standards.

Mick believes that every child should have a moment; he is passionate about improving life chances for pupils and enjoys asking adults to look at learning through the eyes of a pupil.
Mick understands and supports the role of governors and can help us to understand the questions we should be asking of our schools, in the best interests of our children across Buckinghamshire.

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