Submitted by Charlotte Rains on 21st July 2017
‘System leadership arises when political leaders and school leaders openly debate and agree on the moral purpose of education, that is, the kind of people that education creates for what kind of society, and then work in partnership to agree and to implement both the means by which such purposes can be realised in practice and the criteria by which success in such an endeavour is to be judged’
Submitted by Charlotte Rains on 15th June 2017
Submitted by Charlotte Rains on 2nd June 2017
Professor David Woods CBE
Submitted by Charlotte Rains on 31st January 2017
Submitted by Charlotte Rains on 30th January 2017
Professor David Woods CBE, Chairman of London Leadership Strategy
‘A leader is an individual who significantly affects the thoughts, feelings and behaviours of a significant number of individuals’
Submitted by Charlotte Rains on 16th December 2016
Submitted by reallyquiteadmin on 7th November 2016
The introduction of a National Funding Formula is likely to move funding from London and other metropolitan areas. Part of the success of London schools can be attributed to the ability to target resources where they are most needed. To remove these resources now puts everything which has been achieved at risk. This paper offers some reflection on why we need to fund all schools at the higher level.
Submitted by Aidan on 28th September 2016
London leadership is unique, special and complex. You can wear many hats, all complementary and spin many plates, all precarious. My role as Headteacher of Barham, an expanding, titan, multi-everything, global majority, family-feel primary school in Wembley, for the last thirteen years has evolved and morphed into an experience similar to the lure of a chocolate fountain: rich, indulgent but with a health warning.