There is no ‘I’ in team: Responding to a school tragedy

maryisherwood

The importance of support from your colleagues within the school environment, indeed in any work place, is something none of us would ever underestimate I am sure. Having positive working relationships, collaboration and support is of course important at all times, however, at a time of a school crisis or when facing a tragedy it magnifies the need for the support of others all the more.

Those of you who have read my blogs before or who read my tweets will know very well our school set of agreed professional behaviours of being Passionate, Respectful, Organised, Understanding and Dedicated, making Camberwell Park a school to be PROUD of. I have a fabulous team of nearly 80 staff who this week have shown these qualities in abundance.

On Tuesday 1st September, we returned to school for the start of the new school year and launched straight…

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Headteacher in Cambridgeshire
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