Leadership Approaches for Effective Collaborations: Through the Lens of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Leora Cruddas, Jeremy Rowe and Emma Razter join us to explore the CST’s influential vision for how collaborations of schools can bring greater levels of success. Jeremy Rowe (CEO, Waveney Academy Trust) will contribute to the conversation with questions and insight into the delivery of strategic leadership and governance, and Emma is an expert in community and charity impact. This is all set to be a fascinating session!
Some of the questions we’ll be putting to Leora and Jeremy. We welcome your thoughts and questions – so, please join the conversation by booking your place.
- Autonomy vs Formal Cross-school structures: Should we see MATs or autonomy for schools as the way forwards for tackling local inequalities?
- Leading at arm’s length? How can a trust embed true collaboration and connectivity and tackle perceptions of disconnectivity and stifling of school identity?
- Is systems change disruptive? It takes time, effort and energy for people to adapt to change – all of which risks distracting them from their core job of teaching and learning. So, why should we do it?
- Working within MATS, or working beyond? How can Civic Leadership become truly integrated embedded within the education sector?
- Have we seen changes in community cohesion and civic leadership since austerity and changes in Ofsted criteria?
- How can partnerships between schools and communities become more effective and efficient?
- In light of the big push for MATs and school-to-school collaboration – are we as a sector forgetting the power of school to community partnerships?
Absolutely! If you’d like to join the conversation live with your camera, there are a limited number of places, simply so we can manage the sessions effectively. Please register in the normal way and then email [email protected]
Equally, you may wish to sit back, relax and let it all play out, or you can add comments or questions in the Forum.
The sesions will be streamed, which means you won’t be seen (unless you decide to join in the conversation with your camera on by letting us know in advance you’d like to contribute live via the contact page on the website).
You have the flexibility to watch, listen and engage – without the ‘camera on pressure!’.
Feedback tells us that this the most popular format as it gives delegates flexibility to directly engage as little or as much as needed.
When you register, the sessions will be available for you to tick. We hope you’ll tick all sessions, even if you can’t make it on the day – there are opportunities to view the recordings and contribute to Forums afterwards.
We’re keeping it simple…. one registration = one conference place = all sessions. You can come and go as you need, but we hope you’ll keep us rolling even if you’re multi-tasking! :)
Don’t worry, once you’re registered, you can pass to a colleague if you can’t make it. Or, catch the post-event recordings!
Absolutely – please do. We would like as many people to engage as possible, so please share on your networks!
There’s always a chance with these things, but, it’s unlikely, especially due to the online nature of the event.