Most schools become good, but very few become outstanding. Why is that?
Because the journey to good and the journey to outstanding are qualitatively different. Getting to good is about compliance, systems and making sure a demanding list of actions are done every day - it's no small feat. Getting to outstanding is about creating a high-performing culture, something most leaders are not adequately trained to do, and it's the reason most schools struggle to break the glass ceiling of good.
Every school can be outstanding. This book will show you what is really holding your school back and the three culture strategies you need to put in place to create a genuinely outstanding school. A school which delivers excellent education is holistic, has great results and prepares your students for their next steps whilst being a joy to work in.
Sonia Gill has an impressive track record in supporting headteachers to create genuinely outstanding schools without focusing on the Ofsted framework; the schools she supports are far more likely to achieve 'outstanding' than those that don't.
About the Author
Sonia Gill has an impressive track record in supporting headteachers to create genuinely outstanding schools. She doesn't focus on the Ofsted framework and yet the schools she supports are far more likely to achieve 'outstanding' than those that don't. Sonia is a qualified teacher who has taught children of all ages from Reception to 16 and was selected to join the prestigious John Lewis leadership programme where she led a number of multi-million-pound business areas at John Lewis. She is a speaker at educational events and the author of the number 1 ranked Amazon book 'Successful Difficult Conversations in Schools'.
|No of pages||166|
|Publication Date||10 Dec 2020|