Kirstie has worked in Human Resources for over 25 years working initially in generalist senior HR management roles in large multi-national communications companies, including Ericsson and Damovo, before moving into the education sector in 2004, to join what is now known as the Education HR Consultancy team.
In her role as Senior HR Consultant with Strictly Education 4S, Kirstie provides HR consultancy support to Headteachers and Senior Leaders in all phases and types of Schools and line manages other HR consultants.
In her role, Kirstie’s provides day to day support and advice to Headteachers and Senior Leaders within schools on a range of HR issues, including employment law, appointment of staff, terms and conditions, sickness absence, performance management, conduct, grievance, management of change, equalities and diversity and strategic personnel planning.
As an experienced trainer and facilitator she is jointly responsible for the HR Consultancy training offering, developing and delivering HR management training to school leadership teams and school staff.
She is a trained Mediator and a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development.
This webinar focused on the recently-published secondary school pupil performance data, contained within the new reports, Analysing School Performance (ASP) and the Inspection Data Summary report (IDSR).
This webinar provided chairs and aspiring chairs, in both maintained schools and academies, embarking on our new Better Governor Chair's Development Programme, with an introduction to, and overview of the programme, prior to the initial face-to-face session.
This webinar provides all governors, trustees, those who serve on Local Academy Committees and clerks with the opportunity to get up to speed on what is happening in education, that is specifically relevant to all those with an interest in school governance.
This Clerks’ Briefing webinar provides clerks with an update on the latest developments in educational policy; practice; and consultation, together with guidance on how to ensure these items are covered in governing body/trust board meetings this term.
This Better Governor Chairs’ Network webinar, is an opportunity for chairs of governing bodies, academy trusts and chairs of local academy committees to come together and discuss topical issues, with our resident governance experts in a structured debate.