Terry Molloy

Terry Molloy has had 36 years of experience in education and during this time he has had a track record of being a successful teacher and leader in seven schools; two in Leicestershire and five in various London boroughs. This has given Terry experience of working in a boys secondary modern and six very large comprehensive schools.

He has been a Headteacher for the past 16 years and is designated as a National Leader of Education. He  was appointed Headteacher of Claremont High School in 1999, and after many years as a Grant Maintained School and then a Foundation School Claremont became one of the early Converter Academies in 2010 after the school was graded Outstanding by Ofsted. In 2015 the academy achieved Outstanding in all categories in an Ofsted inspection. Claremont High School is a national Support School.

Terry is a Core Team member of The London Leadership Strategy. Terry has supported a number of schools across London, in Norfolk and in South Gloucestershire where he has been the project lead. He has worked on the New Headteachers programme, Gaining Ground and the VIP programme. Terry has been a very active participator and supporter of the Good to Great and Going for Great programmes and a Headteacher mentor in the Securing Good programme. He is also the London Leadership lead on the GLA Knowledge Mobilisation programme. He has carried out a number of Pupil Premium reviews.

Terry can be contacted here

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