Join us on Wednesday 9 November from 16:00 – 17:00 to find out more about the Schools of Character Kitemarks and what we’ve learned in supporting more than 70 schools achieve the award.
We’ll share our insights into what works and what truly effective character education looks like. We’ll also share practical tips for success, offer hints and suggestions about how to apply the criteria and we’ll be happy to answer your questions about the Kitemark process.
Tom Haigh is the CEO of the Association for Character Education and has led the development and implementation of the Schools of Character Kitemarks as well as the creation of the Company of Character and Charity of Character accreditations.
Andrew Pettit is a Lead Assessor for the Schools of Character Kitemarks and has been closely involved in the development of the new framework. Andrew is a former headteacher and strategic lead for character education.
Ruth McCarthy is the Head Teacher of Balmalloch Primary School and Nursery Class in Kilsyth, near Glasgow. Ruth led Balmalloch to become the the first school in Scotland to achieve the School of Character Kitemark and in securing Balmalloch’s status as Scotland’s first Regional Character Hub.
Andrew Mair is Assistant Vice Principal at Grace College, Gateshead (part of the Emmanuelle Schools Foundation) and recently led the school’s successful application for the School of Character Kitemark. Andrew leads on Personal Development, Ethos and Community.
We just need your name, email address and the name of your school / organisation. Once you’ve registered we’ll be in touch to confirm and share the meeting link.