Leadership for Renewal
Leadership for Renewal’ is a brand new, nationally facilitated, one year leadership programme for experienced Headteachers (3 years+)
It is clear that leaders have borne an immense weight both personal and professionally throughout the past 3 years, and this programme is offered by way of investing in the personal wellbeing, mental health and ongoing flourishing of your leadership – to renew and sustain you for the next phase of the journey. It is a great choice for governors looking to encourage and empower their Headteachers in a post-COVID world, and connect them to a vibrant and sustaining community of practice of other like-minded leaders across the country. Our aim is that this programme provides participants with a refuge, a harbour, a ‘reservoir of hope’ and a deep personal and professional investment into the next phase of your leadership.
This is an immersive programme, including two 3-day residentials taking you on a personal learning journey facilitated by a dedicated expert coach and supported by a peer learning group throughout. The programme is open to headteachers in any kind of school setting (primary/secondary/AP/special school; CofE/Catholic/Community/Independent sector).Grounded in the Church of England’s ‘Called, Committed, Connected’ leadership practices (www.cefel.org.uk/ccc), this programme will provide you with a safe, reflective and transformational space to replenish yourself, helping you find balance and supporting your wellbeing. It will invest in your flourishing as a leader for the long term, sustainably evolving and fulfilling your personal leadership mission as a Headteacher in service of your communities.
Programme Components :
Cost: The programme cost is £1950 per participant to cover all associated costs, including the two residentials (accommodation, meals etc).
Schools will be invoiced by the Church of England in full in November 2022, or for schools wishing to split payment equally over two financial years, in November 2022 and September 2023.
These will take place in March 2023 and late September 2023 and exact dates will be confirmed to participants at the launch date in November.
Applications must be received by 31st October 2022, but please be aware that there are only 24 places in total and these will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Any applications received after 31st October will be allocated a place on a future cohort.