Professional Learning Community: Leadership (for SLT)

  • 10th Mar 2021
  • Multiple
  • Leadership
  • Spaces
  • Primary, Secondary
  • Leadership
  • Lunch Not Included
  • Refreshments Not Included
  • From £40.00
Overview

The Learning Partnership has commissioned Andy Hind to lead a professional learning community focused on Leadership for senior leaders in particular.

Comprising two sessions (each between 45 and 60 minutes) per term focusing on a specific area. .

Session 1: engage colleagues in a lecture style webinar exploring a key issue, area, piece of knowledge, resource or strategy.

Inter-session activity

Session 2: discourse session, exploring the activity and further thinking. The session will also allow for sharing practice.

26th January & 10th March Term 2

Leadership Inquiry Question - How do Senior Leaders build their organisation around cultural proficiency?

School leaders must focus on creating work environments that inspire effective teaching and teacher satisfaction. A strong, vibrant professional culture, in any school, influences both continual professional improvement and, ultimately, pupil outcomes. Therefore, a key priority for school leaders must be the continual development of a professional culture that focus on increasing capacity. How do school leaders evaluate the strength and vibrancy of their professional culture and identify the appropriate next steps for improvement?.

27th April & 17th June Term 3

Leadership Inquiry Question - How do Senior Leaders ensure consistency around successful teaching and learning?

Consistency, high expectations and high standards are not an ideal but rather a necessity and the drive to achieve these components should be led by highly skilled, knowledgeable and confident leaders. This PLC will support participants in how they increase staff’s knowledge and understanding of greater depth teaching and learning and will seek to increase an individual’s confidence in leading highly effective and rigorous professional learning experiences. Ensuring every teacher and teaching assistants are working from, and holding themselves accountable to an agreed set of pedagogical principles for highly-effective teaching and learning must be a priority before introducing the next new initiative.

Colleagues will have the opportunity to access a secure online discussion board should they wish, enabling the building of a community, plus some connection with the course tutor to respond to and support. There is an additional charge of £10 per person per session for this facility. **please state at point of booking if you wish to have access to the online discussion board (make a note in the 'Special requirements' box of the booking form)

About The Course

26th January & 10th March Term 2

Leadership Inquiry Question - How do Senior Leaders build their organisation around cultural proficiency?

School leaders must focus on creating work environments that inspire effective teaching and teacher satisfaction. A strong, vibrant professional culture, in any school, influences both continual professional improvement and, ultimately, pupil outcomes. Therefore, a key priority for school leaders must be the continual development of a professional culture that focus on increasing capacity. How do school leaders evaluate the strength and vibrancy of their professional culture and identify the appropriate next steps for improvement?.

27th April & 17th June Term 3

Leadership Inquiry Question - How do Senior Leaders ensure consistency around successful teaching and learning?

Consistency, high expectations and high standards are not an ideal but rather a necessity and the drive to achieve these components should be led by highly skilled, knowledgeable and confident leaders. This PLC will support participants in how they increase staff’s knowledge and understanding of greater depth teaching and learning and will seek to increase an individual’s confidence in leading highly effective and rigorous professional learning experiences. Ensuring every teacher and teaching assistants are working from, and holding themselves accountable to an agreed set of pedagogical principles for highly-effective teaching and learning must be a priority before introducing the next new initiative.

About the Programme Leader

Andy Hind

Andy left the teaching profession after 16 years, during which time he held various positions, including class teacher, subject co-ordinator, Senior Leader, Deputy Head and finally Head Teacher. He has worked in an advisory capacity within various L,A,s and has been trained with OFSTED. He now supports a vast numbers of local authorities, educational networks and schools across England and Wales. Andy is passionate about leadership and learning in education and has a genuine desire to support clients in creating the most effective learning organisations that provide exceptional learning experiences for all its learners.

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10th Mar 2021
11:00am - 11:45am
Available
£40.00
27th Apr 2021
11:00am - 11:45am
Available
£40.00
17th Jun 2021
11:00am - 11:45am
Available
£40.00