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WomenEd is a grassroots movement connecting existing and aspiring leaders in education, and working to create more equitable leadership across the profession. 

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No more boys and girls by Kiran S

No more boys and girls

Went through every emotion watching this. Irritated Angry. Shocked. Annoyed. CHILDREN ARE EQUAL!!! But,...

Kiran S Kiran S
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Road to Rejection by Maisie Cross

Road to Rejection

Since hearing Jill Berry at the Festival of Education this year, I have tried to implement the Womened...

Maisie Cross Maisie Cross
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Myth Busting Blog - Women Are Queen Bees by Kiran S

Myth Busting Blog - Women Are Queen Bees

Women are queen bees. Until #womened, I thought the majority of women were NOT very nice in schools....

Kiran S Kiran S
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Can there be too many 'Eds'? by Ruthie Golding

Can there be too many 'Eds'?

It was two summers ago when I first engaged with WomenEd, I followed them via Twitter, it soon became...

Ruthie Golding Ruthie Golding
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10 percent braver by Julie Hunter

10 percent braver

Just be 10% braver is such a small phrase but it has a massive impact. During moments when you wonder...

Julie Hunter Julie Hunter
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#HumanEd by Helen Pengelly
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#HumanEd

While the premise of WomenEd was very good initially to help women build their confidence what we seem...

Helen Pengelly Helen Pengelly
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'Think of the impact one positive thought can have' by Vivienne Porritt
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'Think of the impact one positive thought can have'

#WomenEd is 2 years, 3 months young. Our community lives the reality that gender influences, at best,...

Vivienne Porritt Vivienne Porritt
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What would be on our #womened playlist? by Kiran S

What would be on our #womened playlist?

One of the best things about being human is connecting. Music is a master magician of connection.Destiny’s...

Kiran S Kiran S
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Be brave enough to ask for help by Sarah Philp

Be brave enough to ask for help

My #womenedwednesday‍ blogs seems to be becoming a habit, not sure why or how but I quite like it!...

Sarah Philp Sarah Philp
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Bouncing back, Lesson 2: Help! by Anna Ambrose

Bouncing back, Lesson 2: Help!

After a very lovely week on holiday behind the handlebars of a bike rather than a computer screen and...

Anna Ambrose Anna Ambrose
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A Year in Blogs by Fee Stagg
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A Year in Blogs

I have been blogging as a clerk to governors for about 12 months and when I reviewed my posts I realised...

Fee Stagg Fee Stagg
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Love True Beauty by Kiran S

Love True Beauty

I may have missed the whole point of Miss Saigon last night – I’m not sure. The lasting thought I...

Kiran S Kiran S
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It's OK to take a break by Sarah Philp

It's OK to take a break

I have been lucky enough to have both a holiday in the sun and two weeks practising Ashtanga Yoga with...

Sarah Philp Sarah Philp
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"Over" Weight

Whilst on vacation on the Rhine I read an article on Twitter about appearances and leadership and whether...

Lisa Hannay Lisa Hannay
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Going Grey by Victoria  Cane

Going Grey

I love the colour of my hair. It is grey and brown and silver and has streaks of bright white. In the...

Victoria  Cane Victoria Cane
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Bouncing back & the power of a network by Anna Ambrose

Bouncing back & the power of a network

My confidence, motivation & sense of perspective - my leadership mojo if you like - have been on a bit...

Anna Ambrose Anna Ambrose
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6 Powerful Lessons To Help You Tame Self Doubt And Step Up To Lead by Laurie-Ell Bashforth

6 Powerful Lessons To Help You Tame Self Doubt And Step Up To Lead

We all need to grab those moments where we can get away, play and have fun. It's amazing how walking...

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First WomenEd Meeting by Victoria  Cane

First WomenEd Meeting

On Thursday we made a difference. We talked, we listened and we inspired. We started with statistics...

Victoria  Cane Victoria Cane
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The first steps... by Natasha  Jones

The first steps...

A few weeks back two colleagues & I went to the Oxford regional WomenEd event. Feeling inspired & at...

Natasha  Jones Natasha Jones
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The Greatness in Family #bettertogether by Sarah Hardy

The Greatness in Family #bettertogether

I am sat, where it all began for me 7 years ago. For the last time. It is a rather emotional day for...

Sarah Hardy Sarah Hardy
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3 Tips To Let Go Of Perfection and Embrace The Mess by Laurie-Ell Bashforth

3 Tips To Let Go Of Perfection and Embrace The Mess

Hands up if you've ever "lost it" when people or events have thrown your perfect little picture into...

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Gender Equality Charter Mark - A Sneaky Peak! by Amy Anderson

Gender Equality Charter Mark - A Sneaky Peak!

For the past few months I've been 1 of 6 UK teachers creating a Gender Equality Charter Mark for schools....

Amy Anderson Amy Anderson
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On hearing a Nice Lead Inspector discuss a leadership journey at a #WLiE conference and not mention governance… by Fee Stagg

On hearing a Nice Lead Inspector discuss a leadership journey at a #WLiE conference and not mention governance…

Some news has come in from the land of Ofsted, A Nice Lead Inspector did meet with some Heads The journey...

Fee Stagg Fee Stagg
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It's Time To Own Your Voice With Graceful Humility by Laurie-Ell Bashforth

It's Time To Own Your Voice With Graceful Humility

Hey You,Two weeks ago I had so much fun presenting my third workshop for a program that I offer to schools...

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