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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.

Government spending billions on free schools while existing schools crumble

February 22, 2017

Ministers are choosing to give billions of pounds to build new free schools while existing schools are crumbling into disrepair, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has found. The National Audit Office has calculated that £6.7bn is needed to bring existing school buildings in England and Wales to a satisfactory standard. The then […]

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Teacher shortage getting worse, say MPs

The government is failing to take adequate measures to tackle “significant teacher shortages” in England, a committee of MPs has said. The Education Select Committee has called for a long-term plan, as schools struggle to recruit enough teachers and pupil numbers continue to rise. MPs want more active efforts to […]

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Schools fear business rate rise will be ‘breaking point’

February 20, 2017

A sharp rise in schools’ business rates could push some budgets beyond breaking point, say head teachers’ leaders. Business rates, charged on property in England, are due to change in April for the first time in seven years. Calculations by consultancy Gerald Eve suggest changes to the rateable value of […]

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Sixty ‘orphan’ schools shunned by academy sponsors

The past four months have been a worrying time for parents at Easingwold school. The 970-pupil comprehensive, in the picturesque market town of the same name north of York, failed an Ofsted inspection back in October – a traumatic event in any school. But Easingwold’s experience seems to encapsulate a wider problem […]

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