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Cmat Works to Ensure Education Representation

With an estimated 68,000 extra BME teachers required to reflect the current student population of the UK, Cmat is working alongside other organisations to address this current under-representation. As part of this, in conjunction with Teaching Schools Council, National College of Teaching and Leadership and CHS, Cmat is running a residential 'Authentic Leader - Principals for Success' conference at Cranage Hall from 13-14 October.

The conference programme has been developed by Rosemary Campbell-Stevens MBE for the National College of Teaching and Leadership and focuses on authenticity and the principles for success in leadership. Among the many objectives of the conference, it aims to help delegates become more self aware, build confidence, develop greater understanding of the issues and formulate strategies to address them.

Rosemary, Director Principal for National College for Educational Leadership in the Ministry of Education, Jamaica, will deliver the programme, supported by Cmat CEO, David Hermitt and a number of additional inspirational speakers.

Anyone interested in finding out more about the conference should contact: Claire Gritton at Cmat: cgritton@congletonhigh.com or click here for more details.

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