National Early Headship Conference 2016 – another huge success!

We are delighted that this year’s National Early Headship Conference received fantastic feedback, with 80% of delegates rating the event as ‘excellent’ and 100% of delegates rating it as ‘good’ or ‘excellent’.

The event also received coverage in the Times Education Supplement, courtesy of Sir John Dunford’s blog: https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/new-heads-are-radiators-positivity-education-world-can-sometimes

Thank you to all the speakers, staff, sponsors and to delegates for yet again ensuring that this year’s event provided helpful preparation for new headteachers.

Read our blog on the event here

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