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Dr Jill Berry

Dr Jill Berry taught for 30 years, initially as a secondary English teacher. She has been a head of English, head of sixth form and deputy head and was a head teacher for ten years. Since 2010 she has completed a Professional Doctorate in Education, worked as an associate for the National College for Teaching and Leadership and carried out a range of leadership consultancy work.

Click here to listen in on Jill’s podcast with Pivotal Education - ‘Headteacher Supply and why Heads need to be teachers’.

Click here to read Jill’s article on Teachwire.net - ‘If You’re Being Led By A Bad Leader, Try Managing Upwards’.

Click here to read Jill’s article on Innovate My School - ‘How can teachers make the leap from deputy to headteacher?’.

Click here to read Jill’s article for The Guardian - ‘Support vs challenge: how school leaders can strike the right balance’.

Click here to read Jill’s article in TeachTalks magazine (p.14).

Click here to read Jill’s blog post ‘Taking the step from Assistant Head to Deputy Head’.

Click here to discover Schoolwell’s exclusive interview with Jill Berry.


Connect with Dr Jill

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Publications by Dr Jill Berry

Making The Leap

In Making the Leap, Dr Jill Berry offers practical advice…

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New to leadership this term?

September 22 2018

My last blog post explored the forming of relationships with new classes, particularly for beginning teachers, and whether the advice not to smile until Christmas was appropriate… Read more "New to leadership this term?"

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New teachers, or seasoned teachers with new classes: “Don’t smile until Christmas….”

August 20 2018

In tes magazine, 10 August 2018 issue, there were several articles on the subject of how important it is to build the most positive and productive relationships… Read more "New teachers, or seasoned teachers with new classes: “Don’t smile until Christmas….”"

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