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SLT 9.5 Cover

The cover page of School Leadership Today Issue 9.5!

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SLT 9.5 Editorial

The editorial piece from School Leadership Today 9.5

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SLT 9.5 Contents

Find out what's inside the latest issue of School Leadership Today

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SLT 9.5 News

The latest news from issue 9.5 of School Leadership Today.

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School Support Companies are Booming

If you wanted to get an idea of how the destruction of local government’s role in education has impacted on schools, secondaries in particular, then you should visit the Academies Show in London. Rows and rows of facilities and service support companies are in abundance—payroll, HR, financial planning, estate management, IT systems.

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Workload and Wellbeing: It’s More Complex Than You Think

Teaching is becoming one of the highest stress professions and burnout is rampant. What can be done to help mitigate its effects? Ben White explains why it’s proving harder than everyone thought.

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Forget the Teaching Superstars – Bring on the Teams

As a gung-ho young head, Rob Carpenter was in love with systems. It was, he discovered, a big mistake. He now believes that the core of leadership should be based around relationships with staff and children.

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Alternative Provision is Full of Traumatised Children – A New Practice is Needed

Taking into account past experiences and focusing on young people as individuals can have a comparable effect to having trained therapists on staff. Sarah Gillette’s trust is taking a trauma informed approach to supporting students’ social and emotional wellbeing.

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Your New School might not be right for you

Building on last issue’s article on Acing the Leadership Interview, here we look at how sometimes the worst thing that can happen isn’t not getting a job you’ve applied for, but getting the wrong job. Jill Berry shows how you can avoid falling into that trap and what to do if you end up in a post that’s not right for you.

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Pushing Careers Advice Up to Speed

New guidance from the government is requiring school leadership and governors to be more active in supporting students with career advice and preparation. Glenys Hart’s analysis examines what needs to be covered in order to meet the new targets.

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If Your Students Find Maths Difficult, Read This!

Alexandra Riley reports on some new research, highlighting five key ways for school leaders to make maths work for both children and teachers.

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It’s Time Ofsted was Replaced with A System of Trust

How do you address questions of curriculum so that everyone benefits? Probably not the way Ofsted is doing it. David Taylor looks at the issues and offers a model for change.

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A Guide to Good Project Work

If cross-curricular projects are done well, they can open students’ hearts and minds, but good projects are few and far between. Jackie Beere, OBE passes on some rules of engagement.

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