King Henrys Drive,
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Many schools in Croydon have been through a huge number of changes since the central school dinners contract ended some years ago. Various caterers have been appointed as well as payment providers and cashless till companies like ‘Cunninghams’ or ‘NRS’. However, now many of these systems in primary schools in Croydon are approaching end of life and Croydon schools are looking around for a new solution. A number of Croydon schools have been trialling a new to market system that has ...Continue Reading →
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In response to the challenges of appointing outstanding staff, the Croydon Headteachers Association (CHTA) and Octavo Partnership have been working closely on initiatives to raise Croydon’s profile as the destination of choice.
Croydon is London’s largest borough by population and has nearly 150 schools and colleges to serve the community. The pupil population has been growing ...Continue Reading →
Meeting for all interested parties to discuss the DfE Consultations on the National Funding Formula and High Needs funding. There will be presentations from LA Officers and the Chair of the Schools Forum. Further information is available at the link below:
The meeting takes place in the Community Suite, Ground Floor, Bernard Weatherill House (please use the entrance in Mint Walk).
If you would like to attend please could you let Judi Bennett know prior to the meeting E-Mail: Judith.Bennett@croydon.gov.ukContinue Reading →
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Venue: Whitehorse Manor Junior School
Parking: On playground at rear accessed via Charnwood Road.
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Our annual conference for all Croydon Headteachers is being held at the Cavendish Hotel, Eastbourne on 23rd and 24th March 2017, and bookings are being taken now
Please look out for the revised flyer for this year’s conference, and book soon.
The speakers this year include David Crossley, Vic Goddard (Educating Essex Head) and Dave Keeling.Continue Reading →