Rob Carpenter on how to establish fantastic, high expectations…and meet them! PP119

Paul Dix
Paul Dix
Kevin Mulryne
Kevin Mulryne

In this episode, Rob Carpenter joined us to talk about his work in several Primary Schools in the London borough of Greenwich. Rob is now Executive Headteacher with Woodhill & Foxfield Primary Schools in South East London. He describes himself as ‘passionate about sharing best practice and learning together’. We loved talking to Rob about high expectations, his successes in his role adn many other aspects of his experience.

Rob Carpenter
Rob Carpenter

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