Alliance and project management

Alliance and project management

In financially tight times you want every penny to count for the good of the school. Being part of a wider alliance or engaging in a multi-school project is a great way of making the most of limited school funds, and can bring in external revenue. But where is the capacity in your senior leadership team to manage those sorts of time-consuming tasks?
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Consultancy

Consultancy

You will be well aware of the risks of silo thinking and the benefits of an impartial second opinion. We listen to your needs and bring a new perspective to your circumstances.
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Effective Professional Development

Effective Professional Development

When you do spend precious school funds on professional development you want it to really have an impact. Fulcrum Learning has a sustained national pedigree of highly effective professional development.
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Research

Research

We provide quality professional development solutions that save school leaders time, energy and money. 
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Professional coaching

Professional coaching

As a form of professional reflection and development there’s little to beat the long-lasting impact of coaching. If you want to benefit from a professional coaching session or establish a coaching culture in your school we can support you.
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Getting the best start in teaching

Getting the best start in teaching

The professional experience and scope of our team enables us to lead the Sussex NQT appropriate body on behalf of a regional network of teaching school alliances. If your school or college is in Sussex, Surrey or Kent we can provide you with a service fully engaged with the Early Career Framework.
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(Date posted: 26/02/2021)

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(Date posted: 18/02/2021)

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Now more than ever? The arts in education.

(Date posted: 21/01/2021)

What place do the creative arts have in education as we transition to the new, old normal? Taking Samantha Price’s clarion call of 2018 our latest blog considers the reasons why the creative arts need to be re-examined.

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Early Career Framework - proposed changes to statutory NQT Induction

(Date posted: 15/01/2021)

A summary of the changes to the NQT Induction, coming into place in September 2021.

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Different eyes

(Date posted: 07/01/2021)

Education has always been hectic, the pressure to perform leads to an inward focus, a ‘just get it done’ mentality’. It makes us cognitive misers: we hoard our precious time and energy because we don’t know what’s coming up next.

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