Selwyn College, where my grandfather studied in the 1930s.
"Teacher leadership is the capacity in all teachers to make a difference; to participate in the business of building knowledge, building practice; developing it.
It's actually saying, "I'm not just a teacher who is here to do this job in the classroom - to do a job that is prescribed for me. I'm here to be a professional in which I participate in the business of trying to work out what is best for the school, what is best for the kids, how education should be practiced."
That's how I see it. To try and maximise that potential and I don't think that that is linked to any particular roles."