In the same week Starbucks announced 100 percent gender, racial pay equity for U.S partners (https://news.starbucks.com/news/starbucks-pay-equity-for-partners), the BBC asked: why do schools have a 'massive pay gap'? Read more here:
As the Wiltshire lead centre for Women Leading in Education South West, it was only right that Springfields celebrated International Women’s Day with a great event organized by Nicola Brooks. Over 35 colleagues from 9 different schools joined us for an inspiring evening of learning, networking and fantastic raffle prizes!
Read more here: http://www.springfields.wilts.sch.uk/springfields-celebrates-international-womens-day/
On Friday 9th March the South West regional Hub Leads for the Coaching Pledge met to train with Margaret from The Glass Lift. The Hub Leads spent the morning focusing on Coaching for Impact, and the afternoon studying specific issues and barriers women might face. The Hub Leads are now ready to lead training for coaches across the South West. If you’d like to become a coach or would like coaching, follow this link: https://www.tscouncil.org.uk/women-leading-in-education-coaching-pledge/
And don’t forget to fill in our survey: http://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/regionalnetworks/
Have you been to one of our meetings or conferences? Are you keen to get involved with the South West network? Complete this survey:
The survey will provide valuable information to enable NCTL to assess the impact the Regional Networks are having on helping women to progress in their leadership journeys.