Julie-Anne TallonDirector BCPP
Julie-Anne is the Director of Birmingham Catholic Primary Partnership.
She has taught in the Archdiocese of Birmingham for 22 years in four very different Catholic primary schools.
Julie-Anne left headship in 2020, after 11 years of leading a successful two-form entry Catholic primary school. She has experienced several Ofsted Inspections and experienced three as headteacher.
Julie-Anne has mentored newly appointed headteachers for both the Archdiocese and the Local Authority. She is an experienced Section 48 inspector and has carried out inspections in both Birmingham Archdiocese and Plymouth Diocese. She is an Associate Member of the National School of Formation and has presented as a key-note speaker on Catholic leadership at the Catholic Leaders Conferences in both Salford and Plymouth Diocese.
- Mon 12 Jul 2021
- 09:00 - 13:00
Headteacher Briefing Meeting
As the academic year 2020/21 comes to a close, you have endured yet another challenging and exhausting year. With that in mind and building on from feedback from School Leaders, this will not be a ‘briefing’ but a chance for headteachers to get together face-to-face.
During the morning, you will have a chance to:
- Reconnect with other school leaders face to face – just seeing others and sharing experiences may help us all start to reconcile the last 15 months and begin to see light at the end of the tunnel.
- Hear about the next steps for the Partnership and how it is moving forward to meet your needs. It is incredibly important to the director and the board that you are part of this process and can see how much we want to develop and move forward to support you.
- Hear Sister Mary Susan, the inspirational Sister who has been working in schools in Rwanda. Sister Mary Susan will give us an update on where money given by BCPP has been spent, as well as lessons learned from the atrocities that took place in the country.
- Join the celebration of Holy Mass – the first opportunity to do this a partnership in 15 months.
- Share lunch together
Please do take the opportunity to take this time out of school and meet with colleagues who have faced the same challenges as you over the last 15 months. We want to offer you the opportunity to spend a morning together, with no pressure or expectations, we don’t want anything from you, we just want to offer some time and space and a good chat with colleagues!