Building Resilient Learning Communities
These conferences invite school leaders to consider their pivotal role in building and maintaining resilient learning communities. Such communities are the foundation for school improvement, for narrowing the gap, and for promoting the emotional well-being and mental health of all.
Target audience: Head teachers · School SMT · Managers of MATs · Virtual School staff · Pastoral leads
Leading a school requires resilience, innovation and courage. Resilience is at the heart of communities that relish challenges and which grow through adversity rather than firefight.
Key topics explored at this first Courageous Leadership conference include:
- how leaders can develop resilient cultures which thrive on challenge
- examples of practice where resilient cultures have met targets through developing relationships
- how difficult conversations are necessary and and can support emotional mental health and well-being
- how neuroscience can help us to understand the interplay between stress, toxic stress, resilience and the neurophysiology of relationships
With knowledge of these areas, senior leaders can develop strategies which promote effective connections with and between staff, pupils and the wider community. In so doing, we establish courageous cultures of success and innovation.
- Mary Myatt
Education advisor, writer, speaker, author
- Kate Cairns
Chair of the board, KCA
- Sue Egersdorff
National leader in Early Years research and practice
- Tony Clifford
Educational advisor, Trustee of the ARC
- Mike Gorman
Former Headteacher and Virtual School Head, BaNES
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