School leaders might be raring to go or they might be reluctant to adopt flexible working for a variety of reasons. In the mental gymnastics of school life, we want to simplify the process for you. We can provide;
1. Greater understanding of flexible working within the school context
2. Understanding of the benefits of flexible working to the school, employees and pupils
2. Examples of brilliance - case studies of schools already demonstrating best practice
3. A toolkit of practical tips for implementation of flexible working practices
4. Research and information to help break down traditional barriers to flexible working
Each package will be bespoke to your needs but a typical set of services could include:
If you are a MAT, TSA or individual school who wants to learn more about how we can support your schools to normalise flexible working, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your flexible working needs.
It is worth noting that most perceived barriers with the timetable can now be solved at the touch of a button almost exclusively with algorithm software designed for purpose by companies like EdvalUK. Get in touch with them for a free timetable audit!
Teachers want to work flexibly for a variety of reasons and will need varying levels of support depending on their needs. We are collaborating with a number of partner organisations to help cater for these needs.
If you want advice with making a flexible working request, support with working flexibly or help finding a new role or job share partner then please email us at email@example.com You might want to take a look at our FAQ videos first.
If you are on maternity leave or have had an extended break from teaching and are interested in attending our Return to Teaching Workshops in collaboration with the MTPTproject, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are on maternity leave, take a look at the benefits of maternity CPD with the MTPTproject
If you are a leader who wants to learn more about the potential benefits of talent partnership, take a look at the Shared Headship Network.
Advice for teachers and leaders working remotely.
Advice on making flexible working requests.
Advice on class sharing.