Leading On - Curriculum Led Planning (Part 5) - The challenge of making budget assumptions

This session will focus on budget assumptions and making them work for you. 
 
This session is the final webinar in a five-part series. It is recommended that participants view parts 1 and 2 and/or 3 and 4 (dependent on their phase and group status) before participating in this webinar. 

As well as the ‘known knowns’, a good budget plan will also include a set of assumptions to cover the ‘known unknowns’!  
 
This webinar will consider what the known unknowns might be and suggest an approach to agreeing assumptions that make them count.  
 
Whether you are budget planning for an academy trust or a maintained school, the same principles apply. 
     
This session is the final part of a series of five webinars.  
 
You can find out more about part 4 of the series.
 

If you cannot attend live you will receive a copy of the recording, links to any resources discussed, and the opportunity to submit questions.

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Julia Harnden

Funding Specialist

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Sam Ellis

ASCL Funding Consultant

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Participants will: 

  • understand and consider key budget assumptions 
  • understand how to make budget assumptions work in your context 
  • understand how to tackle the ‘known unknowns’
There will also be the opportunity to ask questions and share ideas with other participants. 

This session is suitable for Headteachers, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, and School Business Leaders in primary and secondary phases. 

To attend this webinar live, you will need to ensure  you have access to a computer or device that meets the system requirements available here.

If you cannot attend live you will receive a copy of the recording, links to any resources discussed, and the opportunity to submit questions.

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