Calling all middle leaders with pastoral leadership roles!
We are hosting of a Pastoral Network in central London, supported by Teaching Leaders.
Topic: ‘The Benefits of out-of-lesson Learning: Focusing on Peer Mentoring and Paired Reading’.
Session aims - to explore the following key questions:
1. What are the principles of an effecting peer mentoring scheme?
2. How to identfiy the students that need mentoring the most?
3. What are the most effective ways to encourage or incentivise students for mentoring positions?
Previous session topics includeded: 1) attendance & punctuality 2) hard-to-reach parents 3) developing your pastoral team 4) effective use of data to support intervention needs. Feedback from participants in the first session: “Excellent sharing of ideas and experience” / “Strategies I had never considered using which would have definite benefit”
Attendance is free and the network is open to middle leaders from TL eligible schools/schools in challenging contexts (no prior experience of Teaching Leaders is required).
We hope to see you there,
Teaching Leaders Alumni and Alumni Team
Antonio Carvalho, Academic Coordinator, David Game College
When & Where
TL Alumni Pastoral Network
Teaching Leaders is an education charity whose mission is to address educational disadvantage by growing a movement of outstanding middle leaders in schools based in challenging contexts. Since 2008, we have worked with over 600 schools and their middle leaders. All our work is focused on delivering maximum impact on pupil outcomes, equipping and motivating middle leaders to make the maximum difference.
We offer a variety of middle leadership programmes, including our TL Fellows Programme, TL Primary and our three TL Schools programmes - NPQML (accredited by the National College), Bespoke and Aspire.