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New and aspiring heads conference


New and aspiring heads conference

Our CPD for new and aspiring senior leaders has been formulated by successful and experienced senior leaders from all sectors. It provides sound foundations, so you return to your school equipped to develop and deliver your vision or plan your pathway to headship, as well as prioritise the daily demands of your new role. You will hear insights from practitioners and other experts, gain a picture of the changing educational landscape and consider ways to sustain your personal resilience throughout your career.

We provide the highest standards of support and advice throughout your time as a school leader - whether you will be leading in the early years, primary, secondary or special schools and alternative provision.

On becoming a new school leader, we know that you’ll have competing priorities; we think you should have the opportunity to develop your potential, which is why we are offering this conference at subsidised rates.

Quotes from the last event
"I loved this conference. It was a real 'pick me up'. It delivered a great mix of practical advice and inspirational stuff to keep me going. It was a rare opportunity to focus on my own leadership as an area for CPD, and I very much enjoyed chatting with colleagues at lunchtime and break time because this can be a lonely profession!"
Nicola Faulkner, head teacher
"As a result of this conference, when I go back to school, I will be more confident, feel energised, believe I can do this headship job thing now!"
Jacqueline Wheble, head of school

Who should attend?
New heads in the first two-years of headship, deputy and assistant heads, and those aspiring to leadership.

The conference is suitable for colleagues from early years, primary, secondary and special schools.

Keynote speakers
Phyllida Hancock, Olivier Mythodrama
Vic Goddard, Principal, Passmores Academy - Remembering our 'why'
Simon Smith, Head teacher, East Whitby Academy
Paul Whiteman, NAHT general secretary

Map 150 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6, United Kingdom
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