Evolve's contribution to the system
This page details just some of the endeavors that The Evolve Trust have been involved in to contribute to the system.
Following Claire-Maire's input at the Education Select Committee, she was invited to answer some questions on the Drivetime Show of BBC Radio Nottingham.
Preparing Students, Staff and School Estates for Future Interruptions
Following the meeting Claire was approached by BBC to discuss this further for a news item.
Claire-Marie takes part in the 'blue collar conservative conference, raising her thoughts on the future of education.
The prestigious East Midlands Women’s Awards (EMWA), which is now in its third year, was held at Nottingham’s stunning Colwick Hall and hosted by BBC Radio Leicester presenters Rupal Rajani and Dave Andrews, with special guest the Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, Sir John Peace in attendance who voiced his interest in increasing the number of women in senior roles.
The East Midlands Women’s Awards (EMWA) recognises and celebrates women from all sectors, backgrounds, cultures, ethnicities and age, making it the region’s most inclusive event. Furthermore, it acknowledges the impact of women in society – from grass-roots levels to the top of the academic or corporate world.
Claire-Marie Cuthbert shares her experiences of the journey to becoming a system leader with CEO's of the future at Buckinghamshire University
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This enabled The Trust Executive team to gain Andreas' views and thoughts on what a 21st Century education should look like based on the latest OECD research and evaluations.
How The Evolve Trust broke down barriers - Two headteachers and a director of school improvement in Nottinghamshire have swapped roles for two years. It’s a move that has nudged them out of their comfort zones . . .
The countdown has begun! The Executive Team are really looking forward to seeing Simon Sinek live at The Palladium - Mindset
The duo are joined by Claire Cuthbert, CEO of Evolve Trust, to discuss the importance of culture in education and Claire discloses who her pedagogical crush is. We also discuss the Headteacher Institute for the Headteachers within her trust and Claire also recommends a book for everyone in education to read and that's The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek.
Don't miss Claire's Confessional and her baptism of fire as a CEO as one member of staff decides to appear on TV...........just not the sort of show you would expect!
Another great COVID schools discussion, with the amazing Claire-Marie Cuthbert, CEO of the Evolve Trust MAT in Mansfield. As you’d expect from the EMWAs Female CEO of the year, Claire is straight talking, full of infectious energy and positivity, with a firm grip on the future for her schools.
Running a MAT in a disadvantaged area brings with it many social difficulties and issues, all of which have been augmented during lockdown. Hear how Claire and her team have kept steadfast during lockdown, with schools open and staff going the extra-mile. Even delivering food parcels and Easter eggs to the families in need. As Claire says, maybe it’s time we all reflected on what it is to be a good human. Enjoy!