The Thrive Network is a new seminar session for leaders for the autumn term, exploring key themes of leadership in turbulent times and for recovery. The Thrive Network will meet three times in the autumn term, virtually in small groups, and is open to all Lincolnshire Headteachers, with up to 150 places available. Focus themes will include resilience and resourcefulness, trust and team, culture and curriculum.
The purpose of the network is to provide training and input on key issues in leading recovery and education, to address burning issues and questions of recovery of education, to signpost other areas of Recover Lincolnshire and wider school improvement opportunities, and to build a network and community for collaboration, reciprocity, sharing of resources, and expertise.
The Thrive Network sessions will be complemented with a blended learning approach:
- Online sessions/seminars
- Synchronous and asynchronous digital content (live interactive and recorded content)
- Gap activities, reading, and purposeful reflection
- Building community and network connections