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Harrogate and Rural Teaching Alliance (HART Alliance)

Thursday, 28 September 2017 at 09:00 (BST)

HART membership 2017-18
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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
HART Membership small school or federation (less than 100)
This entitles school access to main HART meetings, afternoon CPD or surgery sessions, Networks and Research Groups
28 Sep 2017 £300.00 £0.00
HART membership larger school or federation (greater than 100)
This entitles school access to main HART meetings, afternoon CPD or surgery sessions, Networks and Research Groups
28 Sep 2017 £500.00 £0.00
Governor CPD Small school   more info 28 Sep 2017 £100.00 £6.79
Governor CPD Support larger school   more info 28 Sep 2017 £150.00 £9.89
NQT Support Package   more info 28 Sep 2017 £300.00 £0.00
Second NQT in school   more info 28 Sep 2017 £250.00 £0.00

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HART Alliance Membership 2017-18

 

HART MEETINGS 2017/18

Next year's HART meetings have been designed to have maximum impact through focused support for schools particularly in light of uncertain school budgets over the next few years and the shortage of time colleagues have to concentrate on their leadership role.

Our meetings need to provide targeted support in the key elements of leadership and management including vital information on changing expectations and practical guidance and materials to help leaders during the school year. There needs to be opportunities for colleagues to work collaboratively to share their work load and schools need to receive focused CPD and practical support that gives value for money through maximum impact on their school's improvement when they spend time out of school.

We also need to find ways to provide simple and effective approaches that reduce unnecessary work load across our schools and provide opportunities for joint projects to tackle shared issues.

During this year at HART meetings we have been trying out different approaches and taking feedback from schools about emerging needs. This has led to the introduction of practical afternoon sessions that follow on from the morning's focused session. On some occasions staff joined their headteacher for the afternoon session and worked together on their school improvement with support from HART colleagues where required.

This approach to our meetings helps colleagues keep up to date, collaborate and spend their precious time out of school on their own school's priorities.

What will this look like?

The HART meeting dates for the following year are as follows: 

  • 28th September 2017
  • 15th November 2017
  • 25th January 2018
  • 14th March 2018
  • 23rd May 2018

September Meeting
Morning

  • Latest regulations and expectations for primary schools
  • Ways to self-evaluate
  • Translating self-evaluation into improvement actions.
  • What does the latest evidence tell us on pedagogy and provision that has impact on groups?
  • Joint project and network collaborative activities to meet your school's needs.
  • Which schools in HART have similar priorities for joint projects?
  • Updates in key areas

Afternoon
Facilitated session to support school leaders working on their school self-evaluation and/ or improvement plan.
Governor Twilight
4:15 – 5:30 Governors are you meeting the demand of the Ofsted schedule for leadership and governance?

November Meeting
Morning

  • Interpreting the new school data information
  • Updates in key areas
  • Changing landscape and support in North Yorkshire
  • Share joint projects and networks learning
  • Issues emerging in our schools.

Afternoon
Facilitated session to support school leaders adapt elements of their school's self-evaluation and improvement plan in light of their school's data.
Governor Twilight
4.15 – 5.30pm Understanding your school data.

January/ February meeting

  • Monitoring to check impact of your improvement priorities- keep it simple and effective.
  • How do you respond to hard to improve areas?
  • Emerging issues from last time
  • Updates in key areas
  • Feedback from projects and networks.

Afternoon
Facilitated session to support your school's monitoring and checking impact for your school improvement priorities. Focus -  finding the evidence to show your improvement and supporting you tackle the hard to move improvement areas.

Governor Twilight

4.15-5.30pm Monitoring and evaluating impact.

March Meeting

  • Alignment across the school. What does this mean?
  • Leading across our schools - everyone is a leader
  • The mars bar wrapper model for all leaders- latest research
  • Updates for key areas
  • Sharing what is going well
  • Where do you want your school to be by the end of term

Afternoon
Full CPD session for middle and subject leaders from your school

May meeting

  • Review and feedback on the year's programme of meetings
  • Emerging needs for schools for the next school year.
  • Reports from collaborative projects and networks - sharing successes
  • Updates for key areas
  • What will school to school support look like next year in North Yorkshire?
  • Audit of CPD needs for schools next year

Afternoon
Facilitated session to support SENCOs identify priorities and needs going forward and share areas going well.

Do you have questions about HART membership 2017-18? Contact Harrogate and Rural Teaching Alliance (HART Alliance)
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Harrogate Cricket Club
St Georges Road
HG2 9BP Harrogate
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Thursday, 28 September 2017 at 09:00 (BST)


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Harrogate and Rural Teaching Alliance (HART Alliance)

 

" school leaders and those with responsibility for specific subjects … participate in a wide range of professional development activities that support them in their leadership and management roles … Theseopportunities have a positive impact on the quality of teaching and pupils’ achievement." HART School, Ofsted 2015 a Primary School’s report

 

The Harrogate and Rural Teaching Alliance has a long track record of providing high quality professional development for primary schools.

Our successful delivery of CPD and bespoke packages led to our designation as one of the first 100 National Teaching Schools.

We are primary specialists and have a strong team of consultant Headteachers, NLEs (National Leaders in Education, LLEs (Local Leaders in Education, Advanced Skills Teachers and Specialist Leaders in Education.

Our areas of expertise include:

  • Focused improvement in teaching and learning at all levels
  • Developing middle and senior leaders’ impact on school improvement
  • Personalised packages to raise school achievement

All our provision is delivered by practicing outstanding leaders and schools

OFSTED Imminent schools Personalised packages of support including focused programmes and CPD that are based on the new OFSTED (schedule September 2012) with September 2013 updates. Packages are available on request.

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