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Mark Chambers

Website: http://www.diigo.com/profile/twm2912

Twitter ID: @TWMarkChambers

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I've been with Education Bradford full time since March 2003 when I left my previous post in a school to be able to work across schools and across phase.

I offer knowledge and experience in curriculum, learning and teaching, governance with an ICT specialism and in common with those who have a similar career path; I achieved promotion because I was an excellent classroom practitioner capable of engaging and motivating learners to achieve beyond their expectations. My school leadership experience has given me a good understanding of whole school issues and in the involvement of stakeholders in the School community.

I have worked with the National College for School Leadership as a facilitator on a number of headteacher development programmes including the School Leadership of ICT initiative, BSF leadership Programme and the Primary Capital Programme Leadership Programme. I am closely involved with the Building Schools for the Future initiative in Bradford.

I am an accredited Secondary School Improvement Partner with significant experience in School Improvement work across Primary, Special and Secondary Schools.

I am also an elected member of the Board of management of the National Advisors Association for ICT and in this role I am sometimes called on to consult with senior civil servants and politicians either in response to the development of policy or to help shape that development.

I believe these roles have provided me with the knowledge and experience to support headteachers in successfully managing innovation and change in their schools.


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