Girls’ Schools Association (GSA) / Association of State Girls’ Schools (ASGS) Mentoring Programme for Future Women Leaders

To nominate a colleague for participation in the programme, please complete both parts of the application form available from the link below.

GSA ASGS Mentoring programme application form

The deadline for applying is Friday September 15th. Further details can be obtained from Ian Wigston at Bright Field Consulting, which is administering the programme on behalf of the GSA and ASGS.

See the latest articles in the news on the mentoring scheme please visit the links below;

The Times

TES article on Mentoring Programme

Governance & Strategy


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Have had some fascinating discussions today about recruitment firms in the independent sector and diversity. I've never met or spoken to a recruiter from a minority ethnic background and it appears that for current organisations, the teams they have are not diverse.

Linked to this is who holds the office of Chair of Governors. Putting some finishing touches to the @GSAUK/ @BrightField16 leadership development project which will offer some pointers for interested parties.

"So far, the debate about school reopening has been unhelpfully polarised between those who appear to put health needs first & those emphasising children’s education. We urgently need a plan that addresses both": well said, David Laws @EduPolicyInst @tes:

#NCGS20 @girlsschools looking forward to sharing our presentation on scenario planning at 1130 this morning. From Titanic to The Crown will explore how to plan in an era of uncertainty.

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