Aspiring Head of School/Headteacher Programme: FINAL PLACES AVAILABLE

This hugely popular locally developed DfE-subsidised programme has limited availability.

Sixty eight places were available, just 15 remain. Including two-nights' hotel accommodation  and train travel to South London, this high quality programme is available to those considering headship in the next 12-18 month.

Exceed SCITT and Teaching Schools are delighted to open expressions of interest in participating in cohort 2 and/or 3 of the Stepping Up: Aspiring Head of School/Headteacher Programme. This includes a two-day study visit to South London with train travel and two-nights' accommodation for just £300 plus VAT.

  • Are you or do you know an aspiring head of school/headteacher? 
  • Would you/they benefit from a four-day leadership programme?
  • Would you/they like to visit 'outstanding' schools in Bradford and Lewisham?
The four-day programme is led by four National Leaders of Education (NLE) and includes a study visit to South London, including travel and two nights' accommodation for just £300pp plus VAT.
 
We’re now seeking expressions of interest for cohorts 2 and/or 3 of the programme which will take place in the summer and autumn terms. The programme flier can be downloaded from this link. Cohort 1 (March-April 2017) is now sold out, with 22 school leaders registered to attend. 3 places remain for Cohort 2 (June-July 2017) and 12 for Cohort 3 (September-November 2017).
 
Participants must:
  • be a senior leader or Headteacher who is deemed ready for next step promotion to a Head of School or Headteacher role within 12-36 months
  • have the endorsement of their Headteacher
  • be employed by a Bradford or Skipton-based primary school
Please use the following link to submit the expression of interest for your school. The form will record the details of up to three potential participants and is available at this link.

Opportunity

Published: 27/03/2017
Audience: Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Assistant Headteachers
Contact: Paul Butler

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