We wanted to share the inspiring story of Reema Reid. From Lunchtime Supervisor to Headteacher Reema's hard work and determination helped her work her way up the education career ladder.
We believe it is important for children to have role models from different backgrounds and to see minority groups in leadership roles so they can feel empowered and encouraged to live up to their full potential. In this blog, we will be focusing on Gina Gardiner, a disabled headteacher.
In this blog, we wanted to highlight the work of Andrew Moffat, the creator of the No Outsiders campaign.
We wanted to take the time to commemorate Sukhdev Singh Mangat, the country’s first Asian Headteacher and from the Midlands - where we’re based.
After a recent interesting conversation with one of our senior leaders about her inability to sleep during the workweek due to high levels of anxiety about work, we wanted to highlight the issue of work insomnia as we know it is something we all struggle with in education.
As a specialist leadership and permanent services recruiter in the education sector we have seen first-hand the positive effect a diverse leadership team can have in a school environment. With the current percentage of black female headteachers being just 0.2% we wanted to highlight some ways in which you can diversify your school leadership team.
We wanted to take the time to shine a light on Betty Campbell, a figurehead for the development of women’s role in education and Wales’ first female and black headteacher.
Working as a special education needs coordinator (SENCo) can be a rewarding role. However, it can be difficult to balance the ever-changing demands of students and staff, your work-life balance and your more holistic plan for the school year.
We have some advice as to how you can deal with all of these commitments successfully.
Here are a few ways you can impress in your Headteacher interview.
Advice on how to become a headteacher of a school.
10 books that every aspiring and current school leader must read, what they are about and where to find them.
Here are a few tips for leaders on handling stress & pressure.
The summer holidays are a chance for school leaders and teachers to take a break and recharge. The past two academic years have been like no other but, you have made it through and, we are finally starting to see restrictions lift.
While most of us may not be taking a trip abroad this summer or stepping foot on a plane, the thought of it did get us thinking&he
Some tips on how to prepare for your next headteacher interview.
Here are a few tips on how you can be a good role model for your staff & students.
Here are a few ways you can make your school a great school.