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5 Key Partnership Groups for School Leaders

A trusted school leader exemplifies Connection when he or she “has quality contact and interactions with .”[1] The responsibility of Visibility is largely connected to the school leader’s involvement in Public Relations (PR). 2,223 more words

Leadership Development

Being a Headteacher is hard work - but it is the best job in the world!

With only 11 days left of my time as Headteacher at Hutton Cranswick Primary, ahead of my last governors’ meeting I’ve been taking a little bit of time to reflect on how things have changed. 633 more words


Time to Head for the Bright Lights?

Whilst Dr Ben Laker is currently sunning himself in Hollywood, California before walking the red carpet and bright lights of the Oscars, his latest piece of work authored with Alex Hill, Liz Mellon and Jules Goddard has been published in… 697 more words


Ready, steady, bake!

#145 Great British Bake Off meets EEF thinking

One of my lecturers at university told me that he knew he’d got it right when we started to link our learning of the technicalities of third year degree geology to food! 551 more words

Ribbon Cutting at the Newly Renovated Bernard Long Elementary School in Madison

Members of Madison CUSD 12 Board, Administration , along with Soma Roy from Siemen’s Corp, Madison Mayor, John Hamm, Regional Superintendent, Dr. Bob Daiber and Assistant Regional Superintendent, Dr. 18 more words

School Improvement

6 School Culture Building Components

A trusted school leader exemplifies Connection when he or she “fosters shared beliefs and a sense of community and cooperation.”[1] Shaping the schools’ culture and  fostering community is a challenging responsibility for school leaders. 1,346 more words

Leadership Development

Focus on Getting Better at Getting Better

The standard school improvement process, certainly Blackpool’s default modus operandi; find kitchen sinks, ramdomly throw them with as much energy and passion as you can, have no impact then fall down exhausted.  591 more words