Schools constantly evolve, as do the roles of the staff in them. As the needs of the school change, the staff must adapt their roles to cater to these needs – even if this means going outside of the usual remit of the job description. As a result of responding to the constant evolution of schools, the potential career pathways for non-teaching senior leaders are broadening. So, how can you or your team push your usual career boundaries to help further school improvement?
In this seminar Richard Harrison will share details of his own blended role and the ways in which he has evolved his senior leadership role to respond to the needs of the school while also offering career development. Richard will explore how you can do the same for yourselves and other staff in your schools. Richard will also cover:
Anybody in a leadership role
This session runs at our Edexec LIVE North and South event
Richard leads his school’s work with partners and stakeholders alongside community engagement, cultural learning and communications activities. He co-leads the innovative Camden STEAM Hub, is finishing an Erasmus+-funded project with four European partner schools, and did a stint as interim head of Year 7 in 2019-2020!
Richard previously worked at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, working with schools, colleges, youth theatres and young offenders’ institutions, and has also worked at The University of Warwick, Birmingham Repertory Theatre and in youth theatre at Warwick Arts Centre.
Richard is chair of the Board of Trustees of Camden Spark, Camden’s Local Cultural Education Partnership, a director of the Knowledge Quarter, a trustee of Theatre of Debate and chair of governors at Brecknock Primary School in Camden.
EdExec Live offers delegates the opportunity to select specific seminar topics relevant to them, ensuring your day is filled with information and learning that will be directly relevant to you and your school’s current requirements.
It’s always difficult to take a day out of the office, but the question is: can you afford to miss out on this event?
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