Change is too hard to do alone. Share the journey and the load with other progressive colleagues.
Build Your Leadership Capital
Link personally with world thought leaders in education and be supported to build your leadership profile.
Receive detailed feedback and suggestions around current school practices and readiness for change.
A Critical Friend
Receive critical and constructive feedback and suggestions on your planned innovations from current and past school leaders who have innovated themselves.
Staff and Board Liaison
Leading the Staff and Board through a change process can be challenging. The FSA offers you support in clarifying your message.
A Case for Change
You have unlimited use of over 120 slides with up to date research and data to help build a case for change with students, parents, staff, board and the wider community.
Director and Past Principal Templestowe College
Peter has been a School Leader in four state and independent schools for 20 years. His strength is transformational insight and HOW to implement change in schools. Additional areas of expertise include; change management, student entrepreneurship, alternative tertiary pathways, supporting dyslexic students
Peter was appointed Principal of Templestowe College (TC) in 2009. It was a broken school with just 286 local students and 23 year sevens. Today TC has over 1150 students and was recently recognised as one of the most innovative schools in the world. As a person with dyslexia, Peter sees the world differently, and has spent his life challenging assumptions and conventions. Drawing on the latest research and his unique experiences at TC, Peter is committed to significantly improving the lives of young people by transforming the education system to equip students for times of exponential change.
Ted X – Peter Hutton (16min) 200K+ views
Modern Learners Podcast #37 – Revolutionizing Education Through Student Empowerment (23min)
60 Minutes – Can Do Better (14min)
Executive Consultant and Past Principal of the Hamilton and Alexandra College
Bruce has been a transformational School Leader for 18 years. His expertise is in strategic planning and school repositioning. Additional areas of expertise include; Executive Educational Search, School Governance, Leadership Mentoring, Corporate Fundraising and Philanthropic Development.
Bruce rejuvenated The Hamilton and Alexandra College from a languishing school to a leading light of rural education. A born educator, Bruce has been an innovative mathematics teacher, textbook writer, School Reviewer, Board Chair and School Leader in Australia and internationally.
“The Futures Guy”
David has held several roles in three independent schools for 13 years including Head of Boarding at Ballarat Grammar School. He is a leader in future thinking in Australian Education.
Additional areas of expertise include; Positive Education, boarding, wellbeing and student engagement.
David’s educational leadership and boarding experience provides him with a wealth of contemporary knowledge and a unique insight into what truly transformational schools can look like. He worked alongside Marty Seligman in the development of the Pos Ed program at Geelong Grammar School, contributes regularly to the educational debate and has spoken at a range of Educational Conferences around Australia.
“I fully endorse and support the FSA. The transformation that has happened at MAC in the past three years has been truly amazing. Our data has improved significantly and more importantly, our students and parents just love the new and enhanced learning opportunities and pathways. The networking and collegiate support has been nothing less than outstanding.”
“We realised things needed to be done differently to keep our students engaged and for our students to take control of their learning. The FSA report has given us clear directions and encouragement, we have received great support through the ‘Future Schools Alliance.”
“Findon High School is proud to working in partnership with Peter and the FSA team in transforming our school from good to great. The buzz generated across the school following the FSA visit has been uplifting and has empowered students to have a real voice in our change journey.”