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Chiltern Teaching Alliance is excited to announce a series of virtual sessions to help develop your leadership skills in education!

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A special session of #LDeduchat: A must watch and share video for you all.

BLM & Anti-Racism: A whole school responsibility.

Over 50 experts in their fields offer their expertise to you in the comfort of your home!

During these new and challenging times we understand that we are all having to do things in new ways. The priority is of course how we can best support our students in their "home schooling". However we also understand that our staff need to return to work as strong and able as possible to meet the demands of our new normal.

To this end we have scheduled a series of online sessions that tackle all the key areas to develop yourself as leaders and educators. The 50+ sessions offer a mixture of topics that will appeal to aspiring leaders, middle leaders and senior leaders.

Please note:

Please note the date in the ticket name, this is when the event will be live.

Joining instructions will be emailed prior to each session and will require a brief registration on Zoom. Please allow time for this.

The sessions will include a live Q&A where you will have the opportunity to ask questions.

All sessions will start at 9am (GMT +1 London) and last approximately 1 hour. "E-doors will open 8.50am.

Social media: follow @ChilternTSA and contribute to #LDeduchat post session discussions.

IMPORTANT: Webinar recording links of previous sessions are now available at the bottom of this page.

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We would love for you to be part of the #LDeduchat community as we move forward through 2020 and beyond.

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School Improvement - what are the priorities

Joe Richardson 03/07/2020

Leadership Matters

Andy Buck 06/07/2020

Inclusive Leadership - Why should anyone be led by you?

Gamiel Yafai 07/07/2020 ***NEW SESSION***

SEND - An Outstanding provision

Anita Devi 08/07/2020

Supporting Recovery and Resilience in Developing Minds: Through the Lens of a Mind Management Model

Sabrina Francis 09/07/2020 ***NEW SESSION***

Maximising progress in the History classroom

Tom Rogers 10/07/2020 (Title modification)

Research: a key to driving innovation & improvement

Claire Robins 13/07/2020

An Inclusive Curriculum

Lorraine Hughes 15/07/2020 ***Title amendment***


Aabid Khan 16/07/2020 ***NEW SESSION***

Courageous Leadership - at all levels

Diane Osagie 17/07/2020

These are ALL free to you, you just need to register here and more details will be sent out as events appear.

We look forward to e-meeting you soon!

Webinar Recording links

Please click on the session title to view the recording of the live webinar.

We would love to hear your thoughts by sharing them on Twitter using #LDeduchat and following @ChilternTSA

Using time off effectively: planning your leadership journey and developing yourself. Adrian Rogers

Trust identity and values - 360 view Will Smith

Digital transition: planning for a whole school digital transformation strategy Emma Darcy

Culture shift: After COVID-19 What is the possible long term positive impact to the way we work in schools? Dame Alison Peacock

Deep Dive: How to prepare and plan for deep dives Nadine Cotton

Leadership Style - The Leadership of Improvement Will Smith Webinar recording

Ofsted: The key learning from the EIF so far? What should schools be focusing on Simon Webb

Leadership of perception, bias and decolonisation of curriculum Pranav Patel

Deep Dive: Preparing for Deep Dive in English Nikki Goodman

Deep Dive: Preparing for Deep Dive in Science Sarah Chick

Back on Track Mary Myatt

Creating a whole school Maths culture Razna Choudhury

Wellbeing for Teachers working from home Dr Emma Kell

Deep Dive: Preparing for Deep Dive in Maths Marcus Ray

Creating tomorrow's workforce Sir Clive Woodward, Nigel Morris, Julie Sneddon & Tim Armoo

How Rosenshine's principles support curriculum implementation Tom Sherrington

Difficult conversations: Managing difficult conversations Vic Goddard

A new vision for challenging English Bob Cox

Leadership - How to prepare for Headship Tom Rees

Professional Culture - Why it matters (CPD/Collaboration) Cat Scutt

Reading Aloud David Didau

Being the CEO Michael Pain

Creating diverse leadership teams Asif Sadiq MBE

Governance: What are their roles and what is the impact of their input? Naureen Khalid

Creating a culture to get it right Sam Strickland

Wellbeing and workload management: strategies to support staff and students Andrew Cowley

Recruitment and Marketing: How to effectively create interest in your school and recruit the best candidates? Adrian Rogers

Leadership - What makes an outstanding HoD? Dr Patrice Evans

Leadership - That improves Teaching & Learning in the School Jen Barker & David Weston

A research-informed approach to improving teacher wellbeing in schools Kat Howard

Curriculum: The three I’s - what have we learnt from inspections so far. How do we ensure our curriculum meets the needs of the NC framework, our school, community and students? Stuart Lock

Values Based Leadership - Taking us through and beyond Lockdown Professor Mick Waters

Leadership - What makes an outstanding HoY? Tom Bellwood & Shazam Mahmood

Discretionary effort: How do we as leaders build a culture where our teams want to do more than is expected? Penny Rabiger

PSHE - an essential component of school improvement John Rees

Coaching: the power of coaching in developing staff and leaders Chris Nicholls

Creating a whole school reading culture Mark Mailer & Daniel Connor

Budget: How to manage a school budget effectively and make efficiency savings Teresa Kelly

Succession planning: How do schools develop the new leaders of the future?

Sir David Carter

Imperfect Leadership Steve Munby

Dual Coding with teachers Oliver Caviglioli

Leadership - things to consider for 2020/2021 Leora Cruddas

Is flexible working the new normal? Hannah Wilson

Edational Excellence - Achieving high results Daniel Connor & Jo Mylles

How to recruit a diverse team Amjad Ali

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