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Bill Lowe

Bill Lowe started his working life as a secondary school history and PE teacher, before moving into a primary setting and progressing to headship. From there he went into higher education as a senior lecturer at Newman University, Birmingham, and now works as a leadership and learning consultant and writer – a role in which his 20 years of leadership experience are put to good use.

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Middle Leadership for 21st Century Schools

In Middle Leadership for 21st Century Schools: From compliance to…

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The 2019 CBI-Pearson Education Skills Survey

December 10 2019

On page 6 of the report: “A skilled workforce can only be achieved with high quality and meaningful qualifications … Employers hold in high regard the combination of knowledge with the useful hands-on skills such as time management, communication, problem solving and planning …” The balance of knowledge and soft skills continues to be highly … Continue reading The 2019 CBI-Pearson Education Skills Survey

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Common features of effective federation

October 25 2019

Federated Schools: Common features of effective federation, published by Estyn, notes these points The most most successful federations have: Senior leaders and local authorities with a clear vision of what they want to get out of federation process. Outcomes for pupils as the clear focus. Communication systems that inform staff, parents and pupils. Leaders that … Continue reading Common features of effective federation

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