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Helen Power

Helen has 17 years of headship experience, beginning her teaching career in Coventry in an inner city catholic primary school in which she led on literacy, music and staff development. From 1996 Helen secured leadership roles, including headship in a large inner city Catholic primary school in Camden, London where she created a dynamic inclusion team of psychotherapists, learning mentors and a home liaison worker, leading to a positive impact on the school community. Helen led this school through two very good OFSTED and Diocesan Inspections. Following this headship, Helen became Interim Headteacher of a multi-cultural community school in Hackney, London.
 In 2006, Helen returned to her home town of Newport as Headteacher of Caerleon Lodge Hill Junior School leading her team to an excellent ESTYN inspection in 2007. In 2010 Helen was asked to also take on the acting headship of Caerleon Lodge Hill Infant school, successfully leading the two schools to a seamless and positive amalgamation in 2013. Helen has a strong track record of improving standards of teaching and learning as well as developing leaders at all levels within schools.
Helen is a trained ESTYN Inspector and has participated in several core and follow up inspections.
Since Autumn 2016, Helen has carried out the role of Partner Challenge Adviser with the EAS, working in Caerphilly and from September 2017 will be Principal Challenge Adviser for Monmouthshire.
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