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What is it like to be a headteacher during the pandemic and achieve a 'Good' Ofsted result? (Ep. 16)

22 November, 2021LIBF Financial Education

In this episode, we talk to Andy Byers (@framheadteacher) about his leadership background, his passion for education, life leading a school in the pandemic and gaining a 'Good' Ofsted result.

Andy explains his role as a headteacher and discusses the catchment area of his school in Durham. He discusses what it's been like leading a school in the midst of a pandemic, about the challenges he's faced and how he has overcome them.

Andy also discusses being an advisory member on the board of schools for the Northeast and his passion for the ambition institute.

Framwellgate School – www.framdurham.com

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