Kiran Satti has been teaching since September 2010, gaining experience across EY, KS1 and KS2. She is an experienced middle leader, being responsible for Art, Pupil Voice, PSHE and Science across her teaching career. Kiran has a MEd in Teaching Studies, which still informs her practice, and has taught in Tanzania, which still drives and inspires her to teach, learn and inspire children to be the best they can be. Through Twitter, she is now an @HealthyToolkit advocate and a regional leader for @WomenEdWM.
Leadership – an interesting word with many connotations. Throughout my teaching career, I have experienced a range of leadership styles. Holistic. Volatile. Aggressive. Manipulative. The one thing they all had in common was the fact they were not role models. They didn’t inspire any interest for me to become, or in fact, believe I could be a leader. I didn’t fit the mould: