#BELMASchat is an opportunity to exchange thoughts on the aspect of education chosen for that conversation and we welcome your suggestions – from policy to governance, personal experience to the interpretation of academic research.

Our twitter chats are held on a monthly basis and all are welcome to join in the discussion.  Each month's discussion is collated in a Storify and posted here.

March #BELMASchat: leading for parental engagement

This month's #BELMASchat “Leading education for the engagement of parents” will take place on Tuesday March 28th 2017 at 8pm and will be hosted by BELMAS Member Janet Goodall (@janetifimust).  ...

February #BELMASchat: middle leadership, why is it important?

February's #BELMASchat “Middle leadership: why is it important?” took place on Tuesday 21st February at 8pm and was hosted by BELMAS Council Member Deb Outhwaite (@deb_outhwaite). Scroll down to rea...

January #BELMASchat: teacher leadership and education futures

January's #BELMASchat “Teacher leadership and education futures: does teacher leadership create autonomy or accountability?” took place on Tuesday 17th January at 8pm and was hosted by BELMAS Vice Chair&...

December #BELMASchat: hitting the target, but missing the point

December's #BELMASchat ''Hitting the target, but missing the point: are accountability measures counterproductive?" took place on Thursday 15th December at 8pm and was hosted by BELMAS Member Ian Dewes (@iandewes). Scroll dow...

November #BELMASchat: making the leap to headship

November's #BELMASchat ''How can we encourage senior leaders to make the leap to headship?' took place on Tuesday 29th November at 8pm and was hosted by BELMAS Member Jill Berry (@jillberry102). Scroll down to...

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