Date(s) - 01/11/2018
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for middle and senior leaders, both academic and pastoral, who have a need to assess performance and drive improvement.
Middle leadership can be a tricky business and requires a broad range of skills. This course focuses on some of these skills, especially those involved in monitoring and evaluating performance. We will consider the purpose of monitoring and evaluating in academic and pastoral settings and look at a wide range of techniques that can be employed. During the day we will cover a range of topics, including lesson observations and pupil voice, that will support you in developing tools to help you monitor effectiveness in departments or across a whole school.
- To discuss a range of tools that can be used by middle and senior leaders to monitor effectiveness of provision in school and be used to raise standards
- To promote reflective practice by all leaders in schools
- To enhance knowledge and understanding of key leadership tasks that will enhance career opportunities for middle leaders
Course tutor: Dr Mark Whalley
Feedback from previous delegates
“The speaker was excellent, and gave a lot of good advice.”
“Clear structured programme. Teacher had excellent knowledge. Great activities. Able to answer questions & provided examples.”
“A worthwhile course with lots to cascade down”
When asked which parts of the course delegates found most valuable they said:
“Listening to a very experienced leader who could contextualise the content”
“Practical suggestions for managing colleagues and a variety of situations”
Can’t make this date? We will be running this course again on 2 May at ISA House, near Cambridge
Bookings are closed for this event. To check availability, please contact us on 01799 523619, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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