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#020 – Adrian Rogers, Lorraine Hughes and Sam Simkins: System Leadership

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In this episode Iesha talks to Adrian Rogers, Lorraine Hughes and Sam Simkins from Chiltern Learning Trust about system leadership. They discuss the differences between headteachers and CEOs, whether headship is a good preparation for being a CEO and how Multi-Academy Trusts can facilitate flexible working.
In this episode Iesha, Adrian, Lorraine and Sam:

Reflect on the differences between headteachers and CEOs
Consider whether MAT CEOs need to be trained teachers
Chew over what counts as effective preparation for system leadership
Consider how school leadership career pathways have changed
Explore what Adrian has learned about teacher recruitment and retention
Discuss how MATs can make use of flexible working
Examine how advertising for new staff needs to adapt to a modern context
Reveal how expensive recruitment costs can be
Discuss the relationships central MAT teams have with individual schools
Highlight the need for MAT leaders to use their coaching skills
Explore the teacher training opportunities available in MATs
Discuss what schools can learn from other industries
Examine why school systems are so important

Resources/people featured or mentioned:

Chiltern Learning Trust
Adrian Rogers, CEO, Chiltern Learning Trust
Lorraine Hughes, Director of Teaching School and Standards, Chiltern Learning Trust
Sam Simkins, Business Intern, Chiltern Learning Trust

 
Show notes and links for this episode can be found here.
 
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Music credits:
‘Oui’ by Simon Mathewson and ‘Jump for joy’ by Scott Holmes both from http://freemusicarchive.org