WomenEd England Network

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Latest England Blogs

03 March 2023
General Blogs
By Keziah Featherstone   @keziah70     When I was younger and at the start of my career, I fought for myself and I fought for the kids. Having spent the vast majority of my career serving communities experiencing substantial and l...
02 March 2023
By Sue Prickett    @ruralSBM     The role of School Business Leader (SBL) in schools is often overlooked when describing the make-up of Senior Leadership Teams. Since the growth of the SBL sector joining social media channels, at ...
20 January 2023
Unconscious Gender Bias
By Kirsty P.  @TeacherBusy I've been teaching for 12 years; I've worked in two schools but visited many. I've been a teacher, a Head of Year and now a Lead Practitioner. Here's some things that have happened to me during the last 12 years in my ...

Latest Events for England

England Twitter

Network Leaders

Sue Prickett
Sue PrickettNetwork Leader
I am the Chief Finance and Operations Officer for SENDAT a Trust operating SEND Schools and provisions in East Anglia. I'm a huge advocate for the role of School Business Managers and all operational staff in schools and trusts. I hope to see more of them involved in the #WomenEd network across the globe.
Ruth Golding
Ruth GoldingNetwork Leader
I am an experienced leader living in the South West. I am interested in leadership development, school improvement, coaching, teaching & learning, as well as EDI and safeguarding. As well as leading within #WomenEd I am a co-founder of @DisabilityEdUK. Love is always the answer whatever the question.
Christalla Jamil
Christalla JamilNetwork Leader
Interim Chief Executive of 10 inner London Schools and the Executive Headteacher of two schools. Christalla combines extensive system leadership and school improvement experience with a passion for transforming the lives of our young people. She is leading a growing family of schools with a shared vision and who support one another to deliver excellence in education for all pupils.
Claire Price
Claire PriceNetwork Leader
Experienced school leader, person-centred coach, passionate feminist.

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