National leader of education, Barbara Rogers, shares her experiences of supporting other schools in the North West and how to achieve those light bulb moments.
A guide to the roles and structures within the school-led system.
In 2013, Our Lady and St Benedict was judged to be requires improvement by Ofsted. At the time, they were operating with 50% supply teachers, struggling to get consistent teaching and the school was run-down. Now the corridors and classrooms …
We’re following Sian Hampton in her first year as a national leader of education (NLE) to discover how the role meets her expectations, learning about her successes, achievements and challenges along the way.
Roger Pope Chair of NCTL looks at the changing nature of school leadership.
I’d like to congratulate the latest group of new teaching schools and national leaders of education, who have taken up the challenge of taking responsibility for improving not just their own schools, but others as well. They join over 750 …
NCTL chair Roger Pope travels to schools from the south west to the north east to see what a school-led system can accomplish.
If you are thinking of applying to become a national leader of education (NLE), or are just interested in the role, here are some facts about national leaders of education.
After having been an executive head and local leader of education (LLE) for over 5 years, Margaret Yates has just become a national leader of education (NLE). She explains why she chose to take on this new role.
Gill Robinson, national leader of education (NLE) and head of Castle Hill special school in Huddersfield, shares her experience of supporting other schools and the benefits it has brought to her own.
Helen Sanderson is a national leader of education (NLE) and the head of Meanwood Church of England Primary School, a national support school.
Pauline Robertson, a primary executive headteacher from Cumbria, describes her experience of supporting other schools as a national leader of education.