Schools – Summer 2020
Navigating a Crisis: collaboration across the education community
What an extraordinary time this has been for all involved in education. Education and its provision, however, has faced unparalleled disruption on a global scale, right through from infant care through to tertiary learning. The response to this across the educational spectrum could be considered remarkable both in its pace and level of innovation with the changes to the delivery of teaching, and the collaboration across schools and sectors for the benefit of young people. In a sector so full of passion and pride, where learners always come first, there has been extraordinary commitment from so many during the pandemic.
Leadership has been paramount, from Heads and their senior teams as well as from governing Boards. The need for collaboration right across the educational gamut, as well as within individual organisations, has placed teamwork and communication at the heart of all it is doing. To know your team well and understand how they operate, particularly when under pressure, is significant and this is an area where we continue to offer support to our Schools community.
View from the River – Team Insight with Consultant, David Munns
Take a closer glimpse into the people at Saxton Bampfylde and our global partners with our regular team insight feature.
The Leadership Landscape
We asked Stephen Bampfylde, Chair and Head of our Board Practice: Are there themes or trends, particularly amplified at a time of crisis, that are emerging across the Schools’ sector Board and Governor work which
Leadership Insights – We really are in this together
Saxton Bampfylde’s Leadership Services team supports organisations across the UK to help them appoint and develop the very best leadership talent. With the benefit of many years of industry experience, Partner and Occupational Psychologist Cassandra
Interview with Neil Enright, Headmaster of Queen Elizabeth’s School
One of the searches that we have most enjoyed in the last few months has been working with Queen Elizabeth’s School, Barnet on the appointment of a Deputy Head, Operations. As many of you will
Key Appointments in Schools
Saxton Bampfylde and its partners around the world through Panorama advise many recognised schools and educational organisations. We are delighted to share with you a selection of some of the roles that we have been
Supporting Heads; supporting schools: collectively weathering the storm – Julian Drinkall, CEO of Academies Enterprise Trust
From 1 June onwards, 32 Primary Headteachers in AET re-opened their schools to children in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6. Of course, it is a fallacy to say that schools had been closed
What an extraordinary time this has been for all involved in education. As we write this edition of CANVAS, we are looking ahead to an uncertain future and there is no major sector or section