March 30th – 15:00 GMT+1

In a time when school budgets are changing drastically, how can you ensure that the projects you have planned for your department can still go ahead?

This webinar will focus on how you as a teacher or department lead can take a project from concept to reality, ensuring you have the budget you need to get there. Our expert Jen Olmsted, Head of School at The Singapore School in Indonesia will be joined by her colleague Dan Hyde, Deputy Head at The Singapore School to walk you through everything you need to know about creating a proposal, and everything you need to include to give you the best chance of having it approved.

This webinar will be suitable for all teachers and department leads. If you are a school leader, please join us for Jen’s other session – Crafting a Sustainable Budget Process for Your School, where she will cover ideas, techniques and systems to ensure your school budget is sustainable in the long run.

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About the hosts

Jen Olmsted photo Jen Olmsted is currently Head of School at the Singapore School in Jakarta, Indonesia. She has over 26 years experience as a school leader and teacher.  She has led both Teacher and Leadership workshops, and is committed to developing educators to reach their greatest potential and foster a positive school culture. 
Jen has worked in a range of international schools from Hong Kong to Switzerland, and appreciates diverse school communities. Jen Olmsted has also taught IBDP Economics for 23 years, and has been an examiner for paper 2, paper 3 and an IA moderator for almost 10 years.

 

 

Dan Hyde portrait

Dan Hyde is currently Deputy Head Teacher at Singapore School, Pantai Indah Kapuk. Prior to this, he was a Head of Faculty at a leading independent school in the UK, line-managing up to 35 members of staff. During this time, he spearheaded the proposal for a £1.6million Performing Arts Centre, working with Senior Managers, Governors and Project Managers to ensure its completion in 2018.

Dan has a Master’s and Doctorate in Education from King’s College, London, where he particularly focused on modes of accountability, school effectiveness and school improvement.