Education – Better Engaging Teachers to Bring Their Best Every Day


Our Education Thought & Action Group is currently looking for a new Chair to take their ambitious and exciting plans forward.

Our Purpose

The Engage for Success Education Thought and Action Group brings together individuals who are passionate about making a difference in Education. In particular, we want to address the issue of teacher engagement and the impact that is currently having on students. We believe that happier teachers equals happier students.

Our approach consists of the following:


We are continually gathering information into the key drivers of low engagement in Education and its impact on teachers, students, parents, communities and the world at large. We will develop a White Paper containing our critical findings covering:

  • Stage of life of the teacher
  • School performance
  • Geography / Demographics of school
  • Funding available to school
  • Ability to find alternative employment
  • Type of school (state/private)
  • Head teacher leadership style
  • Workload / Disillusionment
  • Parents (positive or negative)
  • Media influence / School reputation

Developing a Movement

We are seeking to create enough support for positive action by initiating two events:

  • A virtual Education Round Table discussion with 4-5 education influencers to discuss the issue of teacher dis-engagement, its impact on future generations and ideas to change the course of history – planned for 24 October 2018.
  • A conference where those who are both willing and able to address the issues we are raising will gather to add real momentum to our ‘movement’ – date TBC but is likely to be towards the end of 2019.

The Virtual Education Round Table – “Do you want to join the movement to stop teacher dis-engagement?”

Hosted by Cathy Brown, former Executive Director of E4S and featuring Dr Emma Kell, Sharon Grey OBE, Stephanie Hill and Kay Sidebottom, it was a lively discussion that started with the panel sharing their views on what was driving teachers out of education but swiftly moved onto what can be done to stop it. There were lots of questions from the audience and lots of people asking to be involved in the ‘movement’ as it gathers pace.

The TAG have now created a Facebook group where anyone interested can ask to join the movement at https://www.facebook.com/groups/stopteacherdisengagement/

Our tweets are available at https://twitter.com/stopteacherdis1.

You can read more about the movement and watch or listen to recordings from the webinar here: http://bit.ly/e4sedutag

Developing a Manifesto

We will create a manifesto for positive teacher engagement everywhere that speaks to the following current issues:

  • Reduce cost of teaching for the tax-payer by increasing teacher retention and reducing the number of teachers who leave the profession early.
  • Reduce school costs by reducing teacher absenteeism and sickness.
  • Improve student outcomes by having happy, motivated and consistent teachers who deliver better quality teaching.

Proof of Concept

We will develop a proof of concept for successful teacher engagement based on our best practice blueprint and what the best schools are doing. Here is our first webinar from October 2018:

If you have direct experience of working in education or work with educators, have knowledge of the above areas and are up for a fun, rewarding and wholly worthwhile challenge then please email justin@fit2communicate.com for an initial discussion.

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