This episode considers what great school improvement practice and processes look like and how we can ensure school self-evaluation work is effective.

We discuss the key tenets of school improvement, including change management, culture and ethos. We ask what a cycle of improvement should look like and how headteachers new in post might begin this work, including building relationships, winning hearts and minds, and listening to and involving all stakeholders.

We identify the common traits of effective improvement practice, the key challenges or barriers (and how we might overcome them), and we ask how we can ensure that school improvement achievements are maintained. Our panel offer lots of tips, advice, and reflections for headteachers and senior leaders to support improvement work in your school.

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