support for school leadersEmbedding an education-centred approach to strategic financial planning
Making strategic planning a priority
Strategic planning is one of those important things that often gets pushed out by the urgent. Even the best intentions can get squeezed out or derailed by uncertainty over future demands.
We know that most of the changes you need to make to bring about greater curriculum and financial security will take up to three years to implement. Annual planning isn’t enough.
A simple seven-step approach
I have been supporting schools with Education-Centred Strategic Financial Planning for many years now, developing a simple seven-step approach for senior leaders. We have worked with the DfE on their guidance for Integrated Curriculum and Financial Planning, with our resources now available on their website. You can download a copy of our seven-step guide here.
how I can help
Need some support with your planning?
When it comes to financial planning, getting started can be the hardest part. And sometimes senior leaders need a little expert support.
That’s why I’ve created two ways to support you and your senior team through a step by step approach to education-centred strategic financial planning.
My modular programme guides you through the process over several months. Alternatively, I can come into your school and run a workshop for you and your team to get you off to a flying start. Either way, I can support you in creating an education-centred strategic financial plan that works for YOUR organisation.
Need something a little more bespoke? At times of significant change or pressure it can help to have an external perspective to reshape existing plans or explore options for the best way forward. A Resource the Plan Day might be just the answer.
A series of online workshops for you and your senior team.
A flexible workshop delivered in your school.
Resource the Plan Day
One day, two perspectives, three simple steps.
“Susan has made it her business to learn, know and understand how schools work and in doing so, to see through the “numbers,” actually understanding fully the educational impact of budget decisions.”