Siver Jubilee Event Success

April 25 2015

Seeking advice and help!
Who do teachers turn to?
Who do those in formal roles in schools
turn to?
Who do those in government (national/
local) turn to?
Lets consider why this may be necessary…
Using the example of School Leadership
reform from 1997.
 
Major policy statements
All the evidence shows that heads are
the key to a school’s success. All
schools need a leader who creates a
sense of purpose and direction, sets
high expectations of staff and pupils,
focuses on improving teaching and
learning, monitors performance and
motivates the staff to give of their
best. The best heads are as good at
leadership as the best leaders in any
other sector, including business. The
challenge is to create the rewards,
training and support to attract, retain
and develop many more heads of this
calibre.
DfEE (1998) teachers: meeting the challenge of
change. London: DfEE.
 
 
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