Barbi Goulding Parr
Education Support Partnership
A graduate of the University of Cambridge, Barbi has enjoyed an expansive career, including secondary headships, the development of new schools and academies, academy chain leadership, principal adviser on school structure and design and island wide school improvement partner. She has worked with education foundations in the USA on 21st Century pedagogy, was awarded a Leverhulme Fellowship for choral conducting, has represented her country in international festivals and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Currently she provides leadership support across all phases and sectors of education and has a profound belief in the importance of staff support to ensure success.
Reinvigorating Staff through Highlighting Well-Being and Supporting Individual Resilience in SchoolsTime to be confirmed
People Who Feel Good Perform Well (Charles Handy).
With unprecedented cuts to budgets and the major issues of recruitment and retention showing no signs of easing off, schools that attract outstanding candidates and maintain and grow an effective and happy staff can achieve fantastic results. Promoting staff well-being and providing individual support strategies can be the key to a school’s success.
some valuable insights into how the Education Support Partnership is helping
schools, Barbi Goulding-Parr will also share her knowledge of how Ed Support
can also help individual members of staff to survive and more importantly to