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In this programme, TES journalist Fiona Flynn discovers how Headteacher of the Year, Richard Wallis, manages the challenges of leading Sandwich Technology College in Kent.
Can the job of a head be made more tenable by simply supporting teachers to better manage bureaucracy, or does the role need a more fundamental overhaul?
Peter Curran hosts a discussion with primary head Joe Johnson and secondary head Chris Nicholls, who also chairs the DfES's Implementation Review Unit.
Finally, the Specialist Schools Trust puts aspiring heads through rigorous mock interviews as part of their 'Aspirant Heads' course.
Careerwise provides you with a fly-on-the-wall view and a fascinating insight into what constitutes a successful interview.
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