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We are recruiting heads and deputies ready to take up headship roles in challenging schools in 2016.Find Out More
Isolated schools: Out on a limb
This research paper explores the relationship between school performance and relative geographical isolation in England.Read the research
Your school can work with us
Find out if your school could work with us or host a Future Leader. Search our list of eligible primary and secondary schools.Check eligibility criteria
Apply for the 2016 Future Leaders programme
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Culture of Error
Schools are learning organizations. Their goal is to help people assimilate new knowledge and apply it to solve challenging problems. This statement applies as much when the ‘people’ in question are the adults in the building as it does when they are the students.
From London to Lowestoft
Across England, a child's education is too often defined by their postcode. Nadia Paczuska is part of a programme aiming to improve the life chances of every child - wherever they live.
Support Syrian refugees: Act now because tomorrow could be too late
I signed up to the Future Leaders programme because of its belief that every child’s right to achieve and access opportunities is a moral issue. To my mind that is not just every child in my school; it is every child I can support.
Combatting isolation in coastal schools
This report examines why coastal schools fail and how headteachers are turning them around.