2. @TimSmithCEO - Tim Smith tweets many engaging ideas and photos as executive headteacher at The Magna Carta School and Bishop David Brown School.
An opportunity to study Le Carre, as part of Year 9 Unit on Descriptive & Creative Writing in English... pic.twitter.com/FY34mUbWNO— Tim Smith (@TimSmithCEO) November 13, 2017
3. @stoneman_claire - Brummie deputy headteacher / English teacher Claire Stoneman is a force of passion to be reckoned with, frequently sharing top reads.
4. @DrAAlston - Former New York State Principal of the Year Dr Anael Alston shares research-based inspiration for educators worldwide.
6. @ottleyoconnor - Patrick Ottley-O'Connor is executive principal at the Essa Foundation Academies Trust, and is a dab hand at helping a community thrive.
7. @AsstHead_Jones - If you want to follow an assistant head who knows a thing or two about effective edtech use, look no further than Claire Jones.
8. @moffat_andrew - Assistant headteacher Andrew Moffat is the passionate author of No Outsiders in Our School: Teaching the Equality Act in Primary Schools.
9. @LshipMatters - An organisation recommendation, Leadership Matters is a one-stop-shop for high-quality leadership tools and CPD.
10. @ActionJackson - ‘Action’ Jackson Ogunyemi has the chutzpah and knowhow to empower an entire school - often through song!
I was bullied growing up. But I am grateful that I have turned all that negative experience into helping young people UNLOCK THEIR POTENTIAL.... @ABAonline I support #AntiBullyingWeekِ #oddsocksday pic.twitter.com/r6k8L4JeAR— Jackson (@Actionjackson) November 14, 2017
11. @RobertsNiomi - Head of Science and Year 5 teacher Niomi Clyde-Roberts brings the tweeting teachers ideas and inspiration via visual methods.
13. @chrisdysonHT - Headteacher Chris Dyson makes it clear why his school is inspiring, sharing lots of fun, informative and inspiring content most days.
15. @cherrylkd - Special School assistant head Cherryl Drabble is an active member of the UK education community, shares fascinating content, and is an SEN expert.
Doodles is being observed today. He has a visiting DHT and SENDCo coming to see his role in school. Fingers crossed he behaves ? pic.twitter.com/10XLU7sz34— Cherryl-kd (@cherrylkd) November 13, 2017
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