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Busting Workload #NRocks2017

Is it a report?  Is it a poster? Is it a decision to stop doing so many things; most of which don’t impact positively on children’s life chances?  With thanks to Debra Kidd and all the other organisers of another brilliant Northern Rocks 2017; here is an outline of the workshop session I gave. Continue reading

When You’re Up Against It as a Leader #GE2017

It was a long night; more so for some politicians and party leaders than me. Weak and wobbly leadership now needs steady as you go, don’t rock the boat leadership. Taking big political gambles is probably off the cards; so, what next for education and schools? Continue reading

Bigger Questions and Reasons for Living

Revd Steve Chalke, in Schools for Human Flourishing, suggests the primary question, “… is not about what you do with your life (as important as that question is). It is about something much deeper: who do you become while you are doing it?” Continue reading

New Book: Liminal Leadership

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