The job of a school leader can be an isolated one. Tackling the prominent issues affecting your school’s performance will help you gain the professional respect you drive for!

Secondary Headship, edited by Jill Wyatt, will help you achieve successful leadership of your school. Latest issue available now.

Published 10 times a year, Secondary Headship can help you through your headship journey!

Key features of Secondary Headship:

  • Thorough: Secondary Headship has detailed coverage of key issues related to school leadership.
  • Practical: Secondary Headship offers hands-on support by reporting examples or approaches which other schools have used successfully.
  • Focused: Secondary Headship covers those area directly relevant to your role as a headteacher
  • Informed: Secondary Headship brings together the most informed and provocative thinking and ideas from authoritative contributors including practising heads, leading academics and senior managers from outside education.

Here is feedback from some of our many readers: “Secondary Headship keeps me very up to date with a wide range of leadership issues. It has helped me shape a number of key policies for the school and has directed me to think further about the direction of the school.” Gavin Henderson, Deputy Headteacher, Feltham Community College “Secondary Headship provides up-to-date articles and developments to help me meet the demands of my role. It contains useful articles and case studies which are used for CPD. The information from it is disseminated to leadership team and occasionally used as starting point for development personalised to school.” Mary Brooks, Deputy Headteacher, Thomas Becket Catholic School “It’s essential reading for anyone in the SLT. When Secondary Headship arrives in school it is shared amongst all the SLT. We discuss at our meetings any relevant articles which we feel can support/guide us in what we are doing.” Sean McClafferty, Deputy Headteacher, King Ecgbert School “Secondary Headship helps me get a perspective. The case studies on new issues show me the challenges that I face in my new role. It allows me to contribute fresh ideas to SLT debate. It illustrates school improvement issues through explaining the context and rationale, and providing a perspective from school practitioners.” Jim Henderson, Deputy Headteacher, Lambeth Academy

Frequency: 10 times per annum (no issues in January and August) Extent: 12 pages per issue