Investing wisely in how school leadership grows and develops impacts exponentially on the quality of the educational experienceRead more
Coaching ……. creating a trusting, reflective space for Principals and school leaders to challenge themselves in their relentless quest for excellenceRead more
The school board is too often an untapped resource - full of generosity and capable of adding immense value when it brings rigour and focus to the right prioritiesRead more
In their book “Making Coaching Work” Clutterbuck and Megginson propose four layers of organisational evolution. I suggest schools might find the same four ideas helpful in thinking about the layers of evolution towards a culture of wellbeing: Nascent: “hit and
Creating a coaching culture in your school requires a clear vision of what that might look like. Most of the literature around coaching describes one-to-one relationships but it is worth thinking about the culture of the organisation as a whole.
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Leaders in schools are first and foremost leaders of learning. Their own learning, the learning of others.
Each and every member of the school community takes on a leadership role in some way and at some time.
The Principal and the School Board visibly demonstrate and embody the strength and depth of learning in the school.