ITL New Heads Webinar 28th January 2021

14 December 2020

Our long-time Associate and Educating Essex headteacher Vic Goddard once famously wrote that being a headteacher was 'The Best Job in the World'.

That may well be the case, but it's also an incredibly challenging one.

Throw in a global pandemic and it's little wonder that school leaders everywhere are feeling the pressure.

And if you're a new school leader this academic year, it's a real baptism of fire.

To help, we have brought together a group of our Associate authors with considerable experience leading primary, secondary and special school settings for a unique one-off webinar.

Find out more and register for your place here.

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