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School leaders - Is there an effective ...

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by leavinglondon, Jun 19, 2011.

  1. KS1 or 2 manager in your school? What do they do to make an effective Key Stage leader? Are they the cut above the rest? Your views will be appreciated. Views for 10 schools needed for a module task.
     
  2. KS1 or 2 manager in your school? What do they do to make an effective Key Stage leader? Are they the cut above the rest? Your views will be appreciated. Views for 10 schools needed for a module task.
     
  3. Of course! Daft question.
     
  4. Well not really! Transilvanian! Cause today - a teacher who has just completed her NQT year in my link school was employed as a KS manager over the very effective middle manager who has been responsible for curriculum development and doing a fab job at it for the last 2 years! He was told that leading teaching and learning and being responsible for the curriculum is a bigger and more demanding task for which, he is needed. While the KS manager's role is more straight forward and specific????? Search me! My question is: Is the KS manager's role not a higher position than curriculum coordinator? Search me again.
     
  5. DaisysLot

    DaisysLot Senior commenter

    One persons idea of 'very effective' varies greatly to another... especially in the teaching world.
     

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