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ERASMUS + Leadership, coaching and mentoring project

The aims of the Erasmus + Leadership, coaching and mentoring project have been to establish an induction, coaching and mentoring programme for newly appointed school leaders, which exploits the proven expertise and capacity of experienced and recently retired members or partner organisations/associations

NAHT works closely with with these organisations:

  • British Council - a world of culture, collaboration and learning The British Council’s connecting classrooms programme offers a range of courses to aid your international development, both online and face to face.
  • European commission - the Erasmus+ programme The Erasmus+ programme aims to boost skills and employability, as well as modernising education, training, and youth work.
  • European School Heads Association – ESHA/ICP ESHA is an international community in which experiences, visions and views between the members are exchanged and within which new ideas are born.
  • OECD – The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development The OECD's work on education helps individuals and nations to identify and develop the knowledge and skills that drive better jobs and better lives, generate prosperity and promote social inclusion.
  • Research NAHT research activity is co-ordinated within the policy and research directorate.
  • Student leaders international network of schools This is a network of schools with educators committed to the development of young people as future community leaders, improving student awareness of leadership knowledge, understanding and skills and student personal development.
  • The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) speaks with a single voice on behalf of European workers to have a stronger say in EU decision-making.
  • The Turing Scheme The Turing Scheme replaces the Erasmus programme and is administered by the British Council. The Scheme provides funding to UK organisations to unlock life-changing experiences across the world for their pupils, students and learners. 
  • UNICEF UNICEF works with families, communities and governments in more than 190 countries. We protect and promote the rights of all children to an education, to be healthy, childhood, to and to be heard.
  • Voluntary service overseas (VSO) Around the world, your skills can make a difference. The communities VSO work in need experienced professionals like you to support them in their work overseas.