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Do you have subject leaders or have you got a different system?

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by MrsC@TheGates, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. Just moved to a team system based on clustered subjects. We did this under the Rose Review. It's not functioning well just yet but has the potential to. However, really difficult to know what to do now curriculum is again under review. (sighs!)
     
  2. nomad

    nomad Star commenter

    Geography and History combined into Humanities.
     
  3. Area teams, Lit, Num, Arts, Humanities, Science and Design and Well being (although not too keen on this name, sounds a bit HR like, but after 3 years it's stuck) Works really well and has made writing of the SDP much easier, in terms of getting the message across and giving ownership. All staff, inc. support are in one of the teams. Teams led by TLR/leadership scale staff.
     
  4. Me plus 4 teachers. We work as a team, no-one leads anything, we all lead everything.
     

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