Malcolm has 17 years experience as a primary headteacher, leading his first school from satisfactory to outstanding, and maintaining this over 12 years, and his second from inadequate (LA judgement) to good within three years. Developing others to maximise their effectiveness whilst balancing the wellbeing and motivation of his teams and the overlap between personal and professional development have always been keen interests and areas of learning.
Adam is an inspirational senior leader and school improvement advisor with 10 years of experience in alternative provision and challenging inner city secondary settings. He is committed to inclusive education so that all students achieve to the best of their abilities regardless of their social or economic background. Adam specialises in leadership coaching for schools in Ofsted categories; safeguarding, behaviour management, staff development, attendance and character education.
Tracy has been involved in primary education for over 24 years, many of which as a senior leader and a headteacher in areas of high deprivation. During the first headship Tracy held, she took the school to good with outstanding leadership within an academic year.
As well as being an effective headteacher, Tracy has considerable inspection and coaching skills, which have supported a range of schools and academies improve their strategic leadership and subsequent outcomes.
Jeremy is an experienced and successful primary headteacher. He left headship in 2014 to be involved full-time in school improvement, working with a range of schools including special and independent schools, as well as undertaking local authority work in Solihull.
Jeremy is a dynamic, pro-active leader. He has particular expertise in headteacher induction and training while also being committed to empowering staff at all levels to take ownership using coaching and mentoring techniques.