New Voices #ChooseToChallenge Webinar


Join the Eastern and South Eastern #WomenEd networks for a FREE ONLINE WEBINAR as a community of new voices talk about how they #ChooseToChallenge.

International Women's Day 2021 is marked by a campaign focused on 'challenge'.

Join us, on Saturday 6th March, from 10:00am - 12:00pm, as we give a platform to a community of new voices and hear how they #ChoosetoChallenge. This event is sure to be a thought-provoking event, that will encourage us to reflect on our own actions as we challenge inequity and look to seek out and celebrate women's achievements.


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We are excited to announce some of our confirmed speakers:

Lesley Munro - Ex History teacher, HoD, Lead Practitioner, HoF - Teaching and Learning. Coach, discussing the topic 'Rise Like a Phoenix': How does the profession lose good teachers? Twitter: @LesleyMunro47

Janine Scott- English Lead in a specialist residential school for boys with SEMH, sharing the mic and exploring 'The Complexities of Allyship' Twitter: @ninoninelli

Craig Neal - PhD in exercise physiology, Assistant Headteacher and #He4She, discussing 'Effectively Challenging Staff Whilst Maintaining Great Relationships: the careful balance'

Tsheli Lujabe - an experienced Leadership and Organisational Development facilitator and coach, discussing her topic 'Push Past Possible' Linked In Profile:

Jo Gathern - who is passionate about her role, the school business profession and the contribution it makes to support education, who will be discussing her topic 'Raising the Profile of School Business Professionals' Twitter: @Sbm_Jo

Christina Astin - an outstanding physics teacher, leader and co-founder of Young Scientists Journal, discussing 'How can school leaders help fix the leaky STEM pipeline?' Twitter:@ChristinaAstin


If you would like to get involved in @WomenEdSE, please do not hesitate to contact Kate Brown @WomenEdSE, on Twitter. We always welcome those looking to live our values and take steps to be #10%braver.

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