Making a Difference in our Communities
Celebrate and encourage black and minority ethnic governors for the future!
Saturday 27th November 2010 9:30 a.m. – 1.00 pm
In the Town Hall Reception Rooms. Includes lunch and refreshments
Celebrate the contribution of BME governors and find out how you can become a Governor Recruitment Champion
Chairs and Headteachers!
Help develop strategy to increase community representation on governing bodies
Parents and those interested in becoming governors!
Find out how you can make a difference
Discuss how people can work together to increase awareness of governors and what they do
Professor Gus John:
The UK’s first ever Black Director of Education. He has been involved with empowering BME communities since the 60s. A regular contributor in the Guardian and a powerful voice for change.
Professor Ros Hanifa:
Appeared in the Times Muslim Women Power List 2009 and has carried out work around cultural governance.
Deputy Executive Director – Inclusion and Learning Service
Head of Governor Support.
Book your place
Telephone 0114 2506887