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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.

Email: enquiries@academicis.co.uk
Cambridge Office Tel: 01223-90-79-79
London Office Tel: 0203-700-6302

To find out more about how Academicis can help you, contact our team of highly experienced consultants.

Cuts, cuts, cuts. Headteachers tell of school system ‘that could implode’

January 20, 2017

A report by the National Audit Office has said schools face cuts of 8% in real terms by 2019-20. While the government said school funding would be ringfenced, headteachers are facing a mountain of increased costs: higher contributions to national insurance and teachers’ pensions, the introduction of the “national living wage”, pay rises […]

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Should all countries use the Shanghai maths method?

When the Chinese city of Shanghai took part in the three-yearly Pisa test of 15-year-olds’ academic ability in 2009 and 2012 it topped the table in maths, leaving countries such as Germany the UK and the US – and even Singapore and Japan – trailing in its wake. What is […]

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Friends ‘key to fewer school dropouts’

January 18, 2017

Schools should encourage pupils with poor grades to mix with stronger students if they want to keep them in education, suggests a study. Positive parental and friendship group influences are key to cutting drop-out rates, according to Arizona State University research. The researchers interviewed vulnerable students at a Chicago high school. […]

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