SASH forward to 2021/22

Dear All


Conference Dates 2021/22


We look forward to resuming our face-to-face conferences- the networking is important to restore.

  • Thursday 11th November 2021 (2.00-5.00pm)
  • Thursday 3rd March 2022 (morning)
  • Thursday 7th July2022


Future Funding for SASH– we will be requesting subscriptions in the coming weeks.

  • Background
    Generous funding from Suffolk for the Primary and secondary HT associations ceased this year as the Government Funding stream for this was cut.
  • SASH has been able to run without subscriptions for the past two years, but this is no longer a sustainable position. During the pandemic this has been helpful to schools, and sensible as our offer has been limited to online meetings mainly.
  • Therefore, we need to annual subscriptions- starting with a slightly reduced rate (by approx.15%, with a small charge for PRUs and Special Schools).
School Size category
2021/22 Subscription Proposal
2018/19 Subscription
600 or less220260
850 or less350410
1100 or less480560
Over 1350600710
PRU/Special School60No charge
10% reduction for schools with 2 or more secondary schools

We hope you will want to stay involved with SASH and will hopefully be able to provide the conferences free to SASH member school leadership teams.


Update from Suffolk Weekly Sector Leads

  • Look out for an opportunity to bid for mental health support money- Suffolk secured £100k last week- and will send out details soon.


Nigel Burgoyne
Executive Director
SASH

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I appreciate that the final two weeks of term is not an ideal time to circulate a student survey, but I felt this topic within Suffolk is one that needs to have a strong student and parent perspective. The NEACO project is looking to see what barriers exist to access University for under-represented groups within Suffolk.

Could you please circulate this survey within your schools to enable them to have the right knowledge to remove these barriers?

Kind regards

Craig D’Cunha, Executive Principal

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