I’ve heard many reasons why schools are struggling to be outstanding and I’m sure you’ve heard most of them, if not all.
These are not the reasons your school isn’t or won’t be outstanding.
How do I know?
Because since 2011, I’ve walked into a lot of schools and I know more ‘outstanding’ heads than anyone else* and the patterns of how to become genuinely ‘outstanding’ have become very clear.
Getting to good is about compliance, systems and making sure a demanding list of actions are done every day and it’s no small feat.
Getting to outstanding is about creating a high-performing culture, something most leaders are not adequately trained to do; it’s the reason most schools struggle to break the glass ceiling of good.
I believe that every school can be outstanding.
I know I can help you.
Join me at “Breaking the glass ceiling of “Good” where I will be sharing practical and fundamental advice to help you on your journey to building a genuinely outstanding school:
I will share:
Practical tips you can take away and use immediately, how to:
The pandemic has tested the grit and resolve of every headteacher.
Are you even more determined to build a genuinely outstanding school (regardless of the Ofsted framework) for your children and community?
If so, it’s time to step back a little from the daily operations and start strategically planning your journey to outstanding.
I can show you what that journey looks like.
Here is what will be covered on the day:
09:30 – 09:35: Admission
09:35 – 09:45: Welcome
09:45 – 10:15: The real barrier to schools being genuinely outstanding
10:15 – 11:05: How to quickly grow excellence in your team
11:05 – 11:20: Break
11:20 – 12:10: How to have successful difficult conversations
12:10 – 12:55: Lunch
12:55 – 13:55: Quick ways to create a more powerful vision
13:55 – 14.10: Break
14:10 – 14:25: How Heads up supports schools become outstanding
14:25 – 14:55: The secret clues that give away how good your school is
14:55 – 15:30: Wrap up
by an average of at least one Ofsted grade at their inspection.