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Our Commitment for our Primary Schools

Our Commitment for our Primary Schools

In this podcast, Darran Ellison-Lee, our Director of Primary Education, explains what Education…

What's in the books?

What's in the books?

Ben Littlewood, Senior Science Advisor

Flexible working for teachers

Flexible working for teachers

by Mandy Coalter, Director of People

A 'perfect' department meeting

A 'perfect' department meeting

Five hours into my new job and I am already so excited.

Case study: Leon Wilson

Case study: Leon Wilson

I started my teaching career in Jamaica, in 2000. Two years later, I moved to England to take up a position as science teacher at Burlington Danes School in London, following the recommendation from a friend.

Case study: Rebecca Glover

Case study: Rebecca Glover

I have been working in education for the last 27 years, starting my career as a Geography and PE Teacher. I then moved to Head of Department, before becoming a Director of Sixth Form. Thereafter I became Assistant Head, Deputy Head at Tadcaster Grammar School.

Case study: Sam Davidson

Case study: Sam Davidson

I started my teaching career in 1992 as a PE teacher, for 11-18 year olds. My career developed with academic mentor, Head of Year and Assistant Head Teacher positions, and in 2010 I joined Carter Community School as Vice Principal.

Tackling teacher workload and creating a culture of wellbeing

Tackling teacher workload and creating a culture of wellbeing

by Mandy Coalter, Director of People

Case study: Derek Davies

Case study: Derek Davies

I started teaching in 1987, thinking I was just going to do one year then go off to be a theatre director. My first school was in Trafford, South Manchester, which still operates selection system at age 11; so effectively a ‘Secondary Modern’ school.

Case study: Jim Coupe

Case study: Jim Coupe

I began my career as a teacher of history and consequently head of faculty at Uckfield Community Technology College before joining Shoreham Academy’s predecessor school, King’s Manor Community College, as an Assistant Principal.

Case study: Stuart Edwards

Case study: Stuart Edwards

I started my teaching career as an NQT in Hastings in September 1998 as a Languages teacher. My main language is German and I spent a year teaching in a school in Germany in 1995-96 as part of my degree and it was there that I decided to pursue teaching.

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