Literacy Leadership Part 2 | Horatio Speaks

Transformation can be incremental

For the second part of this three-part series, we talked to Lisa Cliffe, the Literacy Lead at Meols Cop High School, an ‘outstanding’ school in Southport. Lisa is directly responsible for the day-to-day leadership of the Literacy Centre. This has given her a pivotal role in managing change as she implements the new intervention.

Lisa sees the active involvement of SLT in the changes at Meols Cop as integral to the Centre’s success. “I’d say it was the most important thing. Communication with the whole staff was done by SLT, and they made it clear that…

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