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In recent months I seem to have been consumed by my thinking around culture; either positively, through my involvement with coaching and National Professional Qualification delivery in leadership programmes, or...
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Whilst as a female education leader I am delighted to see that these images both display female teachers, there is a lot which is quite disheartening in a comparison of...
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Our Charities Team kickstarted their ‘Good Governance Series’ on 25 October 2023 with a session on common governance pitfalls and how to avoid them. The session was led by Gerry...
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We spoke to new Trainee Aidan Johnson and asked him some questions to get to know him better. What were your favourite subjects at school? Geography (especially physical geography); History...
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We asked our newest trainee Harry Milner some questions to get to know him better. 1. What were your favourite subjects at school? I enjoyed English Language, Geography and Art. 2....
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Although I like to convince myself I am at least three inches taller than I actually am, the fact of the matter remains that I am actually 5’ 5”! This...
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I saw this quote on a LinkedIn post recently  and with half term rapidly approaching and my recent involvement with an Inspection and SATs, I thought…absolutely I will. That night...
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So, here is an interesting thought… the children who began their formal school education in September 2022 will leave Year 13 or other formal training at the age of 18...
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Inevitably, there are peaks and troughs in the world of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), depending on many factors, including the prevailing economic climate and the availability of funding. For those...
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BBC Radio 4’s excellent fact-checking programme ‘More or Less’ this week answered a listener’s question about pensioners’ wealth. On ‘Politics Live’ on BBC2 last year, in a debate on the...
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Earlier this month BBC Radio 4’s excellent ‘The Life Scientific’ featured Professor Chris Elliott. He is Professor of Food Safety and Microbiology at Queen’s University Belfast and is a founding...
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Oscar Wilde said “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery that mediocrity can pay to greatness”. True words indeed, but it is a fine line between using someone or something...
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