Date: Tuesday 31st October 2017
Venue: Greenhill Hotel, Wigton
Date: Monday 6th November 2017
Venue: Holiday Inn, Haydock
Date: Tuesday 7th November 2017
Venue: Marriott Hotel, Preston
Course fee: £190 (+ vat)
David Fann , the course tutor, will guide you through your leadership role in developing your school. For change to be effective leaders must not only know their data but must also be able to support and develop colleagues in their respective roles. David will also work with you to show you how to present evidence of the impact and outcomes of your leadership so that you receive proper recognition for your work.
if you have not attended previously please do join us- you will be made very welcome and it is a god opportunity to network as well as to update yourselves professionally.
9.30-45am Registration, tea and coffee
9.45-11.15am Planning and preparing further improvements at your school
- starting point: knowing where you are!
- expert leaders know their schools and can tell the story of what the data trends are.
- key aspects of this will be explained and what schools need to do to address deficit areas.
11.15-30am Morning break
11.30-1.00pm Leading change and developments in key areas
- building upon the foundations
- what are the Key areas for leaders to focus upon?
- what should leaders be doing to support the Senior Leadership members in developing their responsibilities
2.00-3.30pm The wider role of school leaders in supporting school improvement.
- what leaders should be doing to develop other staff, the curriculum and governance.
Tutor : David Fann
David recently retired as Headteacher of Sherwood Primary School in Preston, a successful school, which, with David , gained “outstanding” in the last three Ofsted Inspections. Since 2009 he has supported a number of schools in his role as a National Leader of Education as well as serving on the NAHT Executive and Chairing the NAHT Primary Committee. David has experience of inspecting schools and specialises in Early Years and Mathematics. David has undertaken many courses in Cumbria and elsewhere and is always extremely well received.