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About SLEs

Information about our SLE service and how to become an SLE

SLEs are colleagues who know what outstanding leadership, teaching and impact in their area of expertise looks like. They are senior or middle leaders who are highly skilled in mentoring, supporting, leading and developing others to achieve this in their own context.  Committed to outreach work, SLEs have a successful track record of working effectively within their own school or across a group of schools and bring with this excellent communication and interpersonal skills and high levels of emotional intelligence to work sensitively and collaboratively with peer colleagues.

How are SLEs identified?

SLEs are usually nominated by their headteachers in recognition of having a particular area of expertise.  They must submit an application to Together to Succeed: Hartlepool, which is followed by a formal interview with members of the board including support from a neighbouring TSA.

They have:                               

They are:

How will they support your school?

They can:

Interested in becoming an SLE?

Visit our contact page to send us a messsge and submit it to our SLE co-ordinator. All applications are dealt with in detail, and you can expect to have a response within 7 working days.

If you would like more information about SLEs, please visit the GOV UK SLE website by clicking here.

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