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Myths, bears, monsters and muddles – leading and learning with stories.

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Louise is the inspiring and tireless leader of Britain’s Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CPLE) whose belief that every child can learn and succeed is equalled by her determination that we should all help ensure they do succeed.

Her career has included headships in diverse urban schools, leadership of a highly innovative and successful London Education Action Zone and of school networks at the National College for School Leadership. She also held responsibility for Personalisation and Progression in learning at the National Strategies. These roles involved leading across-phases and across-communities.

Louise will talk about the values, beliefs and knowledge that have guided her in these varied and challenging roles including her current role as a champion of literacy and learning. She will also reflect on how her approach to leadership and to leading and inspiring learning has evolved through her career and on key influences that have shaped her as a leader.

This talk is part of the Supper Seminars series.

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