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© Herts for Learning Ltd Herts for Learning Ltd Hertfordshire’s School Company A reflection on our first year and future plans For the HCC Education, Enterprise and Skills panel Presented by Jan Paine Managing Director 15 th September 2014
© Herts for Learning Ltd Thank you
© Herts for Learning Ltd Herts for Learning (HfL) Herts for Learning Ltd is a not for profit company owned by Hertfordshire schools and the local authority. Providing improvement and business services, it is dedicated to improving standards of education in Hertfordshire and beyond.
© Herts for Learning Ltd The Board
© Herts for Learning Ltd What services do we provide?
© Herts for Learning Ltd Core funding : Traded income £5million : £15million
© Herts for Learning Ltd What do we do on behalf of HCC? Deliver the contract commissioned by the council to deliver its statutory school improvement functions –Monitor, challenge, support and occasionally intervene to help schools to improve –Ensure the three strands of the Hertfordshire School Improvement Strategy are delivered Every school good or better in every district Close gaps Reduce geographical differences Influence, motivate, provide services, invest in new services that meet customer needs and promote the common good across all schools
© Herts for Learning Ltd What do we do on behalf of schools and settings? Support improvement agendas Provide a one stop shop for traded services Invest in new services and products that meet customer needs Act as coordinator of cross phase and county wide projects Act as a conduit for good practice Promote and re-invest in the common good across all schools
© Herts for Learning Ltd What will success look like? 1.All Hertfordshire schools good or better A good school for every child in every district 2.A positive LA inspection outcome 2.Capability and capacity to deliver high quality services - there when schools and the council need them – so being financially secure is important 3.Contributing to the common good locally – co-producing services with our shareholders - schools and the council 4.Coordinating activity, maximising combined resources 5.Contributing to research and evidence based practice
© Herts for Learning Ltd Business finance cycle
© Herts for Learning Ltd 13/14 Customer wish list included Assessment target setting & performance Parenting project New Curriculum training & materials Apple support & Behaviour for Learning Business manager service Sharing Best Practice Narrowing Gaps Pupil Premium Coaching Service © Herts for Learning Ltd
© Herts for Learning Ltd Exchanging Excellence 7 th July – Hertfordshire Development Centre, Stevenage
© Herts for Learning Ltd financial outcomes Profit & taxation Operating profit before tax £788,929 Taxation£189,666 Profit for the financial year £599,263 Reserves Called up share capital £15,700 Profit and loss account £599,263 TOTAL SHAREHOLDERS’ FUNDS £614,963
© Herts for Learning Ltd Ofsted - % of special schools good and outstanding - most recent inspection
© Herts for Learning Ltd A good start both financially and in school inspection outcomes
© Herts for Learning Ltd investment priorities Recruitment Executive coaching service Subscription materials on web site Business managers service Parent2Parent Exchanging Excellence – Closing Gaps phase 2 New Exchanging Excellence themes – WWB, English and more research based work Lead in Herts Investment in HfL staff
© Herts for Learning Ltd An increasingly growing need and a focus in Teacher Recruitment
© Herts for Learning Ltd Our first campaign Feb 2014
© Herts for Learning Ltd ‘The quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers’ Barber,M. Chijioke, C. Mourshead,M 2007 How the world’s most improved school systems keep getting better.
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