At School Support Solutions we devise excellent training courses based upon current research and best practice which are of good value and can be rapidly utilised upon returning to school. We encourage participation and discussion and have found that building in time to reflect upon and discuss the course content with other delegates is of great benefit.
School leadership has never been more challenging and complex than it is today and getting the best out of everyone in your school requires an extraordinary breadth of skills. We have designed a range of practical training courses for school leaders at all levels, which will support change management and build the capacity of the team.
In addition to this, we have developed a series of highly successful workshops for teachers and teaching assistants to further develop their skills. Each workshop can stand alone, or delegates can attend a series of sessions over the course of the academic year.
We appreciate that it can be difficult to find the time and funds for professional development, but it is important to invest in yourself and the staff team, as this will lead to better outcomes for pupils.
Subject leaders are expected to draw upon a wide range of skills and knowledge every day. In addition to being an expert in the subject(s) you lead, you need to be an inspirational, effective leader who drives forward your subject’s agenda in school. Ofsted’s Education Inspection Framework places high importance on the quality of education and subject leaders play a vital role in developing and sequencing the curriculum to ensure pupils are gaining long-term knowledge and skills.
Successful subject leadership is a crucial element in securing high quality teaching and learning in school. This course will introduce subject leaders to a range of effective strategies, approaches and core knowledge that will help you to excel in this essential role. We will explain how subject leaders can check subject content is planned and delivered progressively and explore an essential range of monitoring strategies.
To gain the most from this course you are encouraged to bring examples of medium-term plans, action plans and pupils’ books so that you can undertake guided monitoring activities. (You will not be expected to share your school’s planning and pupils’ books with other subject leaders unless you choose to do so.)
The course aims include the following:
Who is this course for?
Subject leaders and teachers in primary education.
£150+VAT including lunch and refreshments.
Locations and dates
Ealing Education Centre, Middlesex on 16.01.2020
9.15 a.m. for a 9.30 a.m. start.