Information Governance covers the important areas of Data Protection, Information Security, Freedom of Information, Records Management and Information Sharing. With the Information Commissioners Office having the power to fine organisations who do not keep data safe, as well as a public who are much more aware of their information rights, Information Governance is a critical area for schools to get right.
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Past Events : Lambeth Careers Cluster
Lambeth Careers Cluster Project
The Lambeth Careers Cluster is led by the local authority in partnership with London South Bank University and Lambeth College.Membership consists of 17 secondary schools within the borough, including 3 Special Educational Needs schools and 1 Pupil Referral Unit.The Cluster has secured work placements for students and piloted 24 employer-based projects with schools, partnering with organisations such as: Sainsbury’s, ACCA, Railway Delivery Group, Kings College and Skanska. The Cluster has delivered a range of initiatives, including staff professional development, which help schools and colleges utilise LMI to inform curriculum planning and careers guidance. Schools and college leaders are supported to implement whole-school approaches to delivering high quality careers guidance. All 17 schools have successfully completed Stages 1 and 2 of The Quality in Careers award, and progressed onto Stage 3.
Rosendale Research School
Rosendale Primary School is London’s only Research School. Our work focuses on evidence-based strategies to tackle some of the major challenges in our education system. These include: Ensuring that school leaders adopt research informed, long-term approaches to securing achievement for all. Using evidence-based strategies and activities to maximise the impact of the Pupil Premium. Considering what research tell us about adapting the learning environment to maximise achievement. Adopting evidence-based strategies to improve outcomes for pupils with English as an additional language. We aim to empower our partner schools to take an evidence-based approach to improvement, challenging entrenched practices which set limits on pupil achievement. The Research Schools Network is a collaboration between the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and the Institute for Effective Education (IEE) to create a network of schools that will support the use of evidence to improve teaching practice. Research Schools aim to lead the way in the use of evidence-based practice. Through the network they will share what they know about putting research into practice, and support schools in their region to make better use of evidence to inform their teaching and learning so that they really make a difference in the classroom.