Specialist Leaders of Education (SLEs)
An SLE is an experienced middle or senior leader who has been awarded this nationally-recognised designation following an application and selection process. Each SLE has a particular specialism, although they may also have expertise outside this designation.
SLEs are available for short to medium term deployments to support school improvement work, and to raise the standard of teaching.
|Narinder Basra||Upton Court Grammar School||Maths (secondary)|
|Ben Clark||Wexham School||CPD and ITT/NQT induction|
|Isaac Howarth||Cippenham Primary School||Maths (primary)|
|Stacey Jenkins||Langley Grammar School||Computing and IT|
|Dan Mace||Langley Grammar School||Geog, Supporting the more able|
|Jo Evans||Claycots Primary School||Business Management|
|Michelle Morales Costin||Langley Grammar School||Post 16 Assessment|
|Gemma Rehal||Chestnut Lane School||Early Years & KS1|
|Nicola Rispoli-Hall||Upton Court Grammar School||Psychology|
|Janet Roberts||Langley Grammar School||CPD and ITT/NQT induction|
|Antonia Spinks||Upton Court Grammar School||Leadership/Assessment|
|Pauline Sweetman||Foxborough||Leadership of Curriculum|
|Seann Wilkinson||Langley Grammar School||Music|
|Jay Johannessen||Claycots Primary School||Music (primary)|
|Karen Pooley||Lynch Hill Primary Academy||Music (primary)|
|Rebecca Reffell||Claycots Primary School||Early Years|
Further details of our SLEs can be found here.
If you would like to enquire about SLE support please contact Janet Roberts, Teaching School Director (CPD and School Support), by email at email@example.com.
Becoming an SLE
Teaching Schools are responsible for the selection and deployment of SLEs as part of the government's plan to give schools a central role in developing a self-improving and sustainable school-led system.
STSA hold periodic recruitment rounds for SLEs. Information is sent out to schools with details of how to apply.
Further information about the eligibility criteria and designation process can be found on the DfE website by clicking here.