This free resource explains how school leaders can reinvigorate their gifted and talented (G&T) programmes so they are an integral part of whole-school success and not simply a bolt-on

Integrating gifted and talented provision for whole school success

From creating the right staffing structure, to the leading teacher’s role to the ‘inside-out’  and ‘outside-in’ approach, this resource explains how gifted and talented provision can be a vehicle for improvement in secondary schools.

This will help school leaders to drive their gifted and talented provision and policy forward as part of whole-school improvement.

Editor: Jill Wyatt

This resource is an extract from Secondary Headship. Click here to order your full copy today or read more about how this publication can help you.