Tag: education leadership

Experts
To define “high challenge” is almost impossible, says Heather Fearn. Teachers must use their expertise to ask themselves what actions will best move their class forward “further, faster”...
Experts
Headteachers and leaders of academy trusts should be paid well, says Anita Kerwin-Nye. Just don’t justify their high salaries with the language of the corporate boardroom I have...
News
Our annual analysis of chief executive pay in the largest academy chains once again reveals a huge disparity in the salary of chief executives and the size of...
News
A government review on the implications of teachers working until their late 60s wants to gather more evidence – despite being published a year late. The Department for...
News
Growing numbers of academy leaders, many of them responsible for only a handful of schools, now earn more than £200,000 a year. In one case a headteacher at...
Experts
Attainment is important for young people, but exams have to be seen in a wider context as part of an education that allows young people to flourish, says...
Experts
If primary and secondary leaders better understood each other’s phases, children would be better prepared for the move from key stage 2 to 3, says Allana Gay. School...
Experts
The best books 2016 had to offer, chosen by Schools Week features editor, Cath Murray.   1. Don’t Send Him in Tomorrow by Jarlath O’Brien   The beautifully...
News
The government has written one thank-you letter to a retired teacher in the past four years, despite launching a campaign to reward their contribution. The Department for Education...
Profiles
Never in a month of Tuesdays did I think Bankfield, a comprehensive in my home town and well-known as “the dodgy school”, would become a turnaround success. When...
News
Schools should hire business people with no classroom experience for non-teaching executive roles to plug an expected shortage of up to 19,000 school leaders in England by 2022,...