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May
25

George McMillan, principal of Harris Academy Greenwich, led an inspiring webinar as part of Best Practice Network’s programme of head-led school improvement webinars. In the latest update for SecEd he talks to Liam Donnison about his perspectives on school staffing challenges and how to lead a happy and motivated school team.

Read the full article on the SecEd website.

May
25

One year on, Charlottle Reynolds reveals that successfully completing the EYITT programme is still one her greatest achievements.

May
05

The HLTA National Assessment Partnership (HNAP) HLTA of the Year award is aimed at teaching assistants who have gained HLTA status and who go above and beyond to demonstrate the vital role that HLTAs play within schools.

In 2016 Best Practice Network had three regional winners in the HLTA of the Year Award: Cindy McLeish from East of England, Alison Carpentier from the South West and Lianne Tetsell from the West Midlands.

May
03

School-led leadership development provider Outstanding Leaders Partnership is expanding in a move that will make it one of the largest professional development organisations of its kind in England.

OLP - led by Best Practice Network in partnership with Ashton on Mersey Teaching School - was established in the north west in 2012 and has grown to 20 teaching school alliances, trusts and individual schools, working in partnership to deliver school leader development programmes across the region.

Apr
20

Paul Gray, headteacher of Poole High School, has shared his perspectives with aspiring heads as part of Best Practice Network’s programme of head-led school improvement webinars. In the latest Headteacher Update for SecEd he talks to Colin McLean about the lessons he learned in the process of leading a school from Requiring Improvement to Good in under two years.

Read the full article on the SecEd website.

Apr
18

He will focus on expanding our national delivery partnerships with schools, as well as school improvement work and opportunities to apply UK expertise overseas.

Liam joins BPN from Hong Kong, where he headed a team of 200 staff, delivering learning for 10,000 pre-school, primary, secondary and adult learners across 12 sites. He began his career in teaching and since then has worked with a range of education sector organisations, advising, leading bids and establishing new ventures, as well as leading the development of an award-winning school improvement model.

Mar
20

Zainab Mohiuddin shares her story of how EYITT took her from South London to Vietnam.

Mar
13

Shropshire Higher Level Teaching Assistant Julie Hordern had enjoyed a career in sales and photography before the birth of her first child influenced her to take a very different career path into the early years sector.

Mar
13

Julie Hordern from Shropshire is a passionate and committed member of staff at Newtown Church of England Primary School in Wem, but she also has the distinction of being the first HLTA in England to build upon her HLTA status to gain a nationally recognised level 4 qualification for HLTAs.

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