headteacher recruitmentAt Academicis we are passionate about helping Schools attract and recruit the very best Leaders.

We appreciate the difficulty many Schools and governors experience when presented with the task of recruiting a new Headteacher and other Senior Leadership staff.

Our proactive consultative process and experienced team help to eliminate the risk associated with making such appointments; saving you time, effort and money whilst finding the best candidates for the School, Staff, Community and most importantly – The Pupils.

  • Leadership Candidates: find out about the latest education leadership opportunities.
  • School Recruiters: read about how Academicis can help you appoint the best Senior Candidate for your School.

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Teachers ‘wasting time on marking in coloured pens’

October 21, 2016

Teachers are spending too much time over-marking pupils’ homework, Schools Standards Minister Nick Gibb has said. He told MPs that marking in different-coloured pens, and giving feedback in exercise books, had never been a government or an Ofsted requirement. He told the Education Committee that the practice was adding to […]


Primary school blames Brexit for hike in lunch prices

A primary school is charging pupils an extra £20 a year for lunch – blaming Brexit for pushing up food prices. Avanti Court Primary School in London told parents that inflation in a “post-Brexit” world has already started to hit the cost of food products. In a letter, seen by Schools Week, the school […]


Government scraps plan to make year seven pupils resit exams

The government is to bow to parent pressure and ease the burden of testing on primary school pupils in England, by dropping an election pledge to make children resit exams and offering a two-year freeze on new assessments. The announcements, made by the education secretary, Justine Greening in a statement to […]


May defends grammars and plans for universities’ role in state schools

October 19, 2016

Theresa May defended plans to allow the creation and expansion of grammar schools on Tuesday night as she called on supporters of selective education to submit evidence of their success to a government consultation. In a defiant speech, the prime minister again indicated that universities and independent schools will also be […]