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Creativity, Arts and Culture in Education | Creative Leadership

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House of Imagination and Tybed invite you to imagine the future in order to inspire the present.

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UNESCO’s 2020 consultation on the ‘Futures of Education’ involved us organising regional focus groups and collaborating with other education leaders in a HundrED global discussion on ‘embracing the learning that happens everywhere’.

These discussions about the future of education became a catalyst for the creation of this network as we wanted to broaden the audience and consider the vital role of creativity, arts and culture in the future vision of education.

In this session, we will explore Creative Leadership.

Why we need Creative Leaders, What does Creative Leadership look like and How can it be encouraged.

We will be joined by Tegwen Ellis from the National Academy for Educational Leadership in Wales.

Also, Nia Richards (Tybed) will draw on her experience to discuss how leaders can develop a school culture which nurtures all forms of creativity.

These events create a space for educators, artists, stakeholders and advocates to collaborate, discuss and imagine the future in order to inspire the present.

As a charity (House of Imagination) and social enterprise (Tybed) ticket sales will be used to support our administration costs for these events as well as our continued work in education.

If you can’t resource the ticket cost right now but would like to attend, please email nia.richards@tybed.wales

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Dr Penny Hay and Nia Richards

*This event will take place on Zoom and we will send the link one day prior.

About Tegwen Ellis:

Tegwen is Chief Executive of the National Academy for Educational Leadership.

She started her teaching career in 1988 and during that time has taken on various leadership roles including performance management advisor, HLTA assessor and national moderator and peer assessor role with Estyn. In 2015 she set up the Welsh Medium Federation of schools in Central South Consortia and chaired it, from its inception ensuring that professional learning and school to school work was integral to its philosophy.

Tegwen was headteacher at Ysgol Cynwyd Sant for nearly 20 years and led the school successfully through several inspections where her leadership was noted to be ‘progressive and innovative’ and ensured ‘that her vision and philosophy are shared very successfully with all stakeholders’. (Estyn 2016) In January 2019, Tegwen joined the National Academy for Educational Leadership as the Assistant Director for Leadership Development and Quality Assurance and in April 2020 became it’s Chief Executive.

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