Podcast 3: What Do Head Teachers Learn From Teachers?

Iesha SmallThink Tank associate at LKMco and podcaster for Teacher Toolkit. Iesha is a teacher, writer, podcast producer and speaker. Former school leader who is interested in challenging status quo and solutions. Read more about Iesha SmallWhat do head teachers learn from putting themselves in their teachers’ shoes?Our third guest is Jamie Barry, head teacher of Parson Street Primary School in Bristol, England. We catch up with Jamie at his school before delivering some teacher training.In this episode, you can hear Jamie and podcast host, Ross Morrison McGill:share the one thing he’d change in the English educational system  offer advice to teachers planning to step up to become head teachersexplain why Jamie thinks head teachers shouldn’t just do as they are toldshare what his team at Parson Street are doing to raise standardsreveal his number 1 workload tip for primary teachersname which book he’s been reading to help improve pupil behavioursuggest a key Member of Parliament for us to interview next*https://www.teachertoolkit.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Podcast-3-Jamie-Barry-mono.mp3 *This episode was recorded before the cabinet reshuffle in the English parliament on 8th January 2018You can find out more about Jamie and what he does on his school website. You can also follow the school on Twitter or follow Jamie directly.Related

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