Snapshot of Priya Lakhani’s upcoming presentation at SSAT National Conference 2018 in Birmingham this December.
Today (Friday 28 September) our chief executive, Sue, and I joined thousands of headteachers and school leaders on the march to Downing Street to deliver a letter and petition to the chancellor, urgently requesting sufficient, and fair, funding for our schools.
Emily Robinson, year 7 leader, Simon Balle All-Through School, describes their approach to liaison with SLT, parents, year 7 tutor team, students and other schools.
Henri Yeoman (née Plag), head of maths at Thornaby Academy and SSAT Lead Practitioner writes.
– even though we have more constraints than those in the USA, writes Emma Smith, principal, Leigh Academy Blackheath, part of the Leigh Academies Trust.
Colin Logan, SSAT senior education lead, explores the implications of the NAHT commission report on how the school accountability framework can be strengthened and improved.
Nic Harrison, SSAT senior education lead, explains the paradox that an outsider’s expertise can put you more in control.
Alison Bellwood, director of the World’s Largest Lesson, Project Everyone, exhorts teachers and school leaders to introduce the United Nations’ sustainable development goals in their school.
SSAT Leadership Legacy Fellow Dayne Meakin and PE teacher, Bishop Walsh Catholic School writes.
Tom Middlehurst, SSAT’s head of policy and public affairs, highlights some of the constructive and challenging contributions to come in December’s National Conference.