Sheffield Schools Forum

The Forum is a statutory body that provides a formal channel of communication between ourselves and Sheffield schools. It also serves as a mechanism for consultation on school funding.

There are 3 types of Forum member: school member, non-school member and other attendees. Membership is fully representative and proportionate of different school sectors. Non-school membership includes:

  • early years private, voluntary and independent sector 
  • Learn Sheffield
  • the 16 to 19 sector
  • faith schools
  • trade unions
  • Other attendees include representation from ourselves, including the Cabinet Member for Education. Details of current Forum members, including which sector they represent are available to view and download. 
Upcoming meetings 2022
  • 14 December 2022, 3pm to 5pm at Learn Sheffield, Suite 6, Albion House, Savile St, Sheffield S4 7UD
  • 23 February 2023, 3pm to 5pm at Learn Sheffield, Suite 6, Albion House, Savile St, Sheffield S4 7UD
  • 27 June 2023, 3pm to 5pm at Learn Sheffield, Suite 6, Albion House, Savile St, Sheffield S4 7UD

The Schools Forum is a public meeting. Non-members are welcome to attend as observers. Please contact amanda.murray@sheffield.gov.uk if you would like to attend.

Schools Forum current meeting papers

The agenda and papers for the Schools Forum meeting on 29 September 2022 are available to download. Papers from previous Schools Forum meetings are available to download in the archive.
 

Minutes of the Last Meeting

Archived Schools Forum papers

Forum working groups

These are set up when a particular issue/work stream requires more attention than can be given at regular meetings and includes wider representation than the Forum membership. Their role is to provide advice and recommendations for the Forum to consider. 

Date of next meetings:

  • Funding Working Group - 21 November 2022, 3:30pm to 5pm, online via MS Teams
  • Funding Working Group - 29 November 2022, 3:30pm to 5pm, online via MS Teams

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