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Understanding the landscape

There are many sources of information on the government’s policy for academisation, yet there is still much uncertainty. Herts for Learning aim to clarify the landscape and enable you to move forward in understanding the options for your setting.

This video has been created for general informational purposes only by Herts for Learning and is not an official Department for Education communication. Your use of the information portrayed in this video is done so entirely at your own risk.

The below overview will help you to understand the educational landscape and the options available to your school.  If you would like further information or to arrange for a presentation, please see the Services section of this page.



Herts for Learning’s services include:

Presentation to school leaders and governors who are looking to understand the current educational landscape, the possibilities available to them and key issues to consider when planning their school’s future. This is an hour session which includes a presentation and Q&A session. The cost is £165



The future of your school; exploring MATs and the choices available

This is a must for school leaders and governors who are looking for support and advice on how to secure the future of their school.

The conference, from Herts for Learning, will provide guidance for schools and academies that are currently working through the options available and are thinking of either establishing their own MAT or looking to join an existing MAT. This one day event will provide the opportunity to understand the advantages and disadvantages of each option and to find out the support available.

As a summary, this conference will equip leaders with the right amount of information to move forward and enable the right decisions to be made.

Conference date is 28 February 2017.



The following presentation by FASNA is from our MAT conference on 5 October 2016.

The following presentations are from our MAT conference on 15 November 2016. If you weren't able to make it to our first conferences there are more being held in February (see above)