Advice January 2018
The DfE’s leadership equality and diversity (E&D) fund supports schools to develop local solutions that help teachers from under-represented groups to progress into leadership. Funding is available for schools to co-ordinate school-led projects in their region.
Advice December 2017
The DfE has published a guide to help governors and trustees make effective decisions when recruiting and selecting headteachers and other school leaders.
Advice November 2017
Nominations are now invited for the post of President 2018/19, for the presidential term of office beginning in September 2018.
Advice July 2017
If you want to step up into a more senior role, but feel you don’t have the skills, this new leadership mentoring scheme may be for you. State and independent girls’ schools are working together to encourage women into top jobs.
Advice May 2017
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), the professional body for the UK recruitment industry, has updated its essential guide to safeguarding and good recruitment practice, Putting Pupils First.
Advice February 2017
The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund is a three-year investment worth £75 million, which will provide funding for professional development programmes for teachers and school leaders.
Advice January 2017
NCTL is also inviting school partnerships to become a Returners Engagement Programme pilot school. The programme is available to former teachers wishing to return to mathematics, physics, or a modern foreign language in the North West and South East.
Advice November 2016
Advice September 2016
The new application round for National Leaders of Education is now open until 5pm on Friday 23 September.
Advice April 2016
The London Teachers Innovation Fund is open to any London teachers to apply for up to £10,000. Teachers will work with subject experts from universities, businesses, and subject associations to create teaching strategies and resources to raise the attainment and accelerate the progress of their stud