Forum update – speakers confirmed and Brains Trust 2 – Improving School Leadership: Can our current strategies deliver?


We have newly finalised the speakers for this year’s SELMAS Forum. The theme is The Challenge of Socially Just Leadership and the three speakers are Rosa Murray of the GTCS, and Anne-Marie McGovern, Headteacher of St Benedict’s Primary in Glasgow and Anna Fowlie, Chief Executive of the Scottish Social Services Council. See the post below for booking but don’t hang about – places are disappearing very fast!

Improving School Leadership: Can our current strategies deliver? June 3rd 5.00 – 6.30

City of Glasgow College, City Campus North Hanover Street, 60 North Hanover Street, Glasgow

Plans for the Scottish College for Educational Leadership are now advancing and a new CEO will be appointed soon. Join us for an open discussion on all aspects of educational leadership and on whether SCEL will deliver its stated objectives.

Margaret Alcorn (Convenor of SELMAS) will host the event, and Margery McMahon Lead National Co-ordinator for SCEL, Walter Humes, Visiting Professor of Education at the University of Stirling, Rodger Hill, QIO in Dumfries and Galloway and Sue Beattie, Headteacher at Belmont Academy in Ayr.

This will be a free event but, to ensure that we can match numbers and accommodation, please let Alex Wood know if you intend attending. SELMAS looks forward to a great discussion and welcoming our many west of Scotland members to our first recent event in Glasgow.

We are grateful to Glasgow College for hosting this event. SELMAS gratefully acknowledges a grant from the Scottish Government in support of leadership development work in Scottish education.
SELMAS is grateful for the support and sponsorship of the Scottish Government.

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