Schools and Organisaions


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Voluntary aided : is a state-funded school in England and wales in which a founddation or trust owns the school buildings, contributes to building cost and has a substantial influence in the running of the school.
free schools: free to attend and not controlled by local authorities.
Inderpendant schools: inderpendent in its finances and governance, it is not depending upon nation or local goverment .
Special   schools: is the education of students with special needs in a way that addresses the students diffrenes and needs.
Sports academy: is a school that has a wide range of sports facilties and has more sports in there curiculum.
Motessori schools: students learn concepts from working with materials, rather then by direct instruction.
School governors: are members of a school governing body. In state schools they have responsibility for rasing school standers through their three key roels of setting strategic direction, ensuring accountabillity and acting as a critical friend.
Senior management team: is usually made up of the headteacher and deputy head but that can be varied depending on the size of a school.   Their role is to set the strategic direction of the school and manage this, lead any changes and generally make sure that the schools is doing the best it can for the children to attend.
SENCO: working with and contributing to the traning of other teachers. Keeping in touch with the perents of children of SEN, also working with othere agencies, including the educational pycholgy and voluntary bodies.
Teachers: is the person who provides   education to   childern and students, there   role is often formal and ongoing, carried out in schools   or othere place of formal education.
Support staff: learning support staff work with teachers in classrooms, helping pupils progress their learning. They inculde teaching assistants (TAs) and higher level teaching assistants (HLTAs).
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