Where: Zoom meeting
Who is it for: CEOs and school leaders only.*
Cost: Included in WE membership
Register: Registration link has been sent by email to members. Please get in touch if you haven’t received this.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org*this is a WE members only event. This is part of the WE Secondary Headspace strand, but will be of interest to primary and trust members who are also invited.
The Headspace Series:
“It was great to really think and reflect. We don’t make time to do this often enough. I will take this back to school to inform senior leadership thinking”
The WE Secondary Headspace strand is deliberately reflective; providing personal and professional nourishment. It gives Headteachers thinking time and support on your own leadership journey. It builds the social capital and peer support group you tell us is so valuable – but the system sometimes neglects to provide.
Back on track with Mary Myatt:
For this WE Headspace event, we will be joined by Mary Myatt. She will be sharing some of the thinking from her new book – a copy of which will be provided for all (virtual) attendees.
“There are a lot of redundant processes in schools. We need to take a hard look at these. We then need to consider whether they are adding value to learning. We will explore whether some of these processes might be cut. Then we can work on the things that are likely to have the greatest impact for every pupil in our schools.”
The morning will take place across 4 sessions, with lots of time for discussion and debate. Mary will support leaders to take a hard look at what needs to be cut, in order to get to the heart of our work: a great curriculum for every pupil, in every school.
“Don’t wait for hope – start building tomorrow now. Redefine, reshape and recreate the education you truly want.”
How to attend:
This event is only for WE members. You should receive a registration link by email; if you haven’t then please get in touch with one of our team.
If you aren’t part of the network and would like to join and take part in this and other similar events, please get in touch.
Read our thinkpiece on reframing education beyond Covid – how the crisis is changing the perception of schools >