What is the Exemplary Leadership Programme?
Developed by a team of expert school leaders and educationalists, our Exemplary Leadership Programme is a unique one. It is a programme designed to help school leaders of all settings to build their school leadership knowledge in very specific domains:
1. Establishing and embedding exemplary behaviour and an exemplary school culture.
2. Working with subject leaders to develop a knowledge-rich curriculum.
3. Ensuring that curriculum is enacted brilliantly, grounded in what we know works and respecting subject disciplines.
Colleagues at Advantage Schools
Ruth Ashbee, Assistant Head Teacher, The Telford Priory School, Telford
Tom Bennett, Behviour advisor to DfE and founder of researchED
Annie Carter, Head Teacher, Christ The King Catholic Voluntary Academy, Leicester
Christine Counsell, Independent Education Consultant
David Didau, English teacher, writer and trainer
Daniel Martin, Assistant Head Teacher, St Matthew’s CE Primary and Research School, Birmingham
Andrew Percival, Deputy Head Teacher, Stanley Road Primary School, Oldham
Colleagues at Reach Academy Feltham
Chloe Sanders, DI Hub Director and Assistant Head Teacher, St Martin's Catholic Academy, Stoke Golding
Clare Sealy, Head of Curriculum and Standards, States of Guernsey
Tom Sherrington, Author, speaker, trainer
Barry Smith, Regional Director, CST London
Claire Stoneman, ELP Director, Christ The King & St Martin's, Leicestershire
The Teacher Development Trust
Sonia Thompson, Head Teacher, St Matthew’s CE Primary and Research School, Birmingham
Colleagues at West London Free School
Clive Wright, Head Teacher, St Martin's Catholic Academy, Stoke Golding
The programme is structured over one academic year and has three distinct modules. In 2020 - 2021, the programme will begin in November. The modules will be taught by our expert team and are the following:
Module 1: Exemplary behaviour and culture
Module 2: Working with subject leaders to develop a knowledge-rich curriculum
Module 3: The enacted curriculum