John Coles: New Education Policy and the Tensions they have Created
John Coles explains his view on the new government policies relating to academisation and autonomy, the tensions these policies have created, and how they has effected his school group.View comments (0)
Finding out your ‘Why’
Looking to increase your leadership impact? Take part in this short activity by Anna Trethewey director of a leading UK think tank.School Improvement, Advice for Teachers, Curriculum
Piano Mover or Piano Player?
I have a very strong feeling that now, after five years, I have to change how I lead our school. Our school has changed markedly in that time and I haven’t kept pace with that change. I think I’m still trying to lead the way I did when our school was judged, by us before Ofsted got there, by the way, to require improvement.Psychology of Leadership, Personal Experience, Leadership...
Why Climate Reigns Supreme: 7 Ways to Remain Ahead of the Game in Recruiting and Retaining Staff
Rob Carpenter recommends seven useful tactics for good recruitment and retention of school staff.Action Plans, Recruitment, Talent Management, Retention
Talent – How to Have it and How to Keep it
Read Rene's take on the current talent market within the Business worldChallenges, Professional Development, Leadership...
Everybody, Keep Learning
Erik Korsvik Østergaard's guidance on remaining relevant in the future of work through a holistic approach.Subject Knowledge, Well-being, Politics, Best Practice...