Audience: Leaders who are aiming to secure their first headship in the next twelve to twenty-four months.
Trainers: Experienced Headteachers from Gipsy Hill Federation with other experts
Cost: £795 + VAT for one full day and five half-day sessions
This programme is a practical combination of training and support, which draws together lessons learned on the ground from the Federation’s sustained track record of outstanding school leadership with cutting-edge insight from external partners on the vanguard of academic research.
Practical activities, critical insights and bespoke support to give participants the confidence to lead, the ability to problem solve and the ability to have impact quickly.
A comprehensive support package for the non-teaching aspects of their future role as Headteacher.
Support to critically evaluate their own performance and the performance of the schools they work with now and in the future in preparation for work with Ofsted and other external partners.
18th October (0900-1600)
Developing your ethos and sharing it effectively across your school.
Developing a culture of high achievement and collaboration.
22nd November (1400-1700)
Using monitoring, evaluation and forensic analysis to inform highly effective school improvement.
24th January (1400-1700)
Data as a means to ensuring high-quality provision.
21st February (1400-1700)
What does it mean to be a high-impact leader?
14th March (1400-1700)
Leading Finance and HR: The strategic role of the Head.
18th April (1400-1700)
Developing outstanding professional development provision to supply your own demand.
20th June (1400-1700)
Starting Off in Headship.