Lead and work collaboratively to enhance teaching which leads to high quality learning experiences.

Build and sustain partnerships with colleagues, learners, parents and other stakeholders to meet the identified needs of all learners.

Establish and develop pedagogic practices to meet the learning and pastoral needs of all learners.

Set expectations and ensure resources are allocated and used in fair and effective ways.

Demonstrate political insight: have an enhanced understanding of the dynamics of power and influence in the relationship between schools and society, and the consequent implications for the work of their organisation.


Teachers should show strategic vision and a high level of interpersonal skills that supports the development of an inclusive environment.

  • What is the role of the teacher in developing an holistic understanding of the learner and how is this knowledge recorded and communicated?
  • How might the existing institutional capacity be recognised and utilised to support all learners?
  • How might informed arguments be constructed for or against implementation of policies that may or may not support inclusive practice?
  • How can children and young people be supported in educational settings through the strategic use of resources?