The FLAME network meet nationally on Zoom and locally at a State level to continue to inspire, support and challenge Christian women in leadership in Christian education. If you are a male leader, you are encouraged and welcome to champion this initiative by attending yourself and/or encouraging a female leader on your board or school management team to be connected in to this network.
The focus of Flame 2022 will be to develop the capacity of female leaders by unpacking and applying the CSA Leadership Framework and engaging with the Leadership Rubric. The CSA Leadership Framework is not just for principals, but for leaders at all levels in their leadership journey.
Professional Learning at CSA links to the CSA Leadership Framework and Leadership Rubric. This event is suitable for leaders in the phases highlighted below.
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Christ-like leadership builds thriving learning and teaching environments. As we build our collective identity by embodying our story, embracing interdependence and building resilience we will develop our collective capacity to lead flourishing school communities.
Join us on 19 May as we continue our series unpacking the CSA Leadership Framework and deepen our understanding and engagement with the Rubric of leadership growth, focussing on Leaders of Culture: Embodying Story.
“My experience is that culture is usually defined by how we experience and get through the most difficult periods of school life - time and again, I've seen God's faithfulness in the storm and the team as grown more in these times than any other. We can only really build resilience together - it's an 'us' thing, not a 'me' thing.” Jane McLarty, Deputy Principal Green Point Christian College, NSW.
Cameron is currently the Executive Principal of Flinders Christian Community College in Victoria. Flinders is a large, multi-campus K-12 College that takes a missional approach to Christian education. Cameron’s professional experience is diverse including international experience in the UK. He holds a Master’s Degree in Education, Business Administration, and a Master of Practical Theology through MST/Eastern College with a specific focus on the formation of a missional Christian school philosophy. Cameron is the current Chair of the CSA Vic/Tas SALT Council.
Noel Kramer has been the Principal of Moree Christian School since 2011. She has a passion to see all Christian schools flourish and be at the forefront of creativity, innovation and teaching practice, and has a particular soft spot for small schools. Noel sees unity in community, and growing others in their callings and gifting as one of the amazing privileges and joys of being a Principal.
Your Host: Jill Healey
Jill Healey is a passionate contributor to leadership development at Christian Schools Australia, serving as the Flame and Fuse Facilitator. Jill currently serves on two Christian school boards, is a Board member for Endeavour Ministries, as well as an active member of the Victorian Independent Schools BGA Board. Jill is a champion of Christian women in leadership and specialist education provision in Christian schools. She believes in the power of God to transform lives and bring hope to young people through Christian education.
Qualify for CPD Hours
This event attracts CPD hours according to the following AITSL professional teacher and leadership standards:
6.1 - Identify and plan professional learning needs
6.3 - Engage with colleagues and improve leadership practice
7.4 - Engage with professional leadership networks and broader communities
» Leading teaching and learning
» Developing self and others
» Engaging and working with leadership teams and the community
You may cancel your registration at any time by editing the registration on your dashboard. Please note, no refunds will be issued after 3 days out from the event. Any cancellations made after this date will be charged the full registration fee. 'No Shows' to the event will be charged the full registration fee.
The event program is subject to change without prior notice.
FLAME is a network for women to support their journey into and through leadership at a school, leadership or board level. Come and join a passionate group of women on Zoom to continue to inspire, support and challenge Christian women in leadership in Christian education.
The FLAME network will enable strong connections between experienced and inexperienced leaders and help identify and encourage structures that support women in leadership.
“Flame is more than networking and building relationships, it’s about developing capacity of female leaders and aspiring female leaders to lead with confidence and humility to be all that God has created them to be.” – Jill Healey, National FLAME Network Facilitator, Christian Schools Australia.
Female Leaders And Managers in Education:
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