Springboarding Women into Headship

Sir Jonathan North Teaching School have developed the 'Springboarding Women into Headship' programme aimed at female leaders, funding provided by the Equality and Diversity Fund. DfE heavily subsidised places are available through application for this quality-assured programme. This includes 3 central training days which will focus on the key skills necessary to becoming a Head Teacher and bespoke coaching throughout the programme from a current NLE or LLE . For further information on how to apply please visit: www.bookwhen.com/sjnts or email: teachingschool@sjncc.leicester.sch.uk.          

To view the flyer please click here.

 

East Midlands Primary Mathematics Conference 2019

Clarity, Coherence and Direction - Getting Maths Teaching and Leadership Right in your School.

Affinity Teaching School Alliance are holding their sixth annual East Midlands Primary Maths Conference delivered in partnership with the East Midlands, West and South Maths Hubs;

Date: 5th February 2019

Time: 9:00-4:30pm

Venue: Stamford Court, University of Leicester, LE2 2LH

For further information and to book your place please click here. 

 

Festival of Education

Sheffield Hallam University are running a Festival of Education in June next year and are hoping for some involvement from Teaching Schools across the region, particularly from South Yorkshire.

For further information and to book your place please visit http://www.hallamedfest.org.uk/ or follow @HallamEdFest 

 

The Wipro Teacher Fellow and Teacher Mentor Programme

Collaboration, enquiry, innovation and trust:

Professional learning for teachers of STEM subjects

The Wipro Teacher Fellow and Teacher Mentor Programme is an evidence-based, individualised programme of professional learning designed to improve teachers’ confidence, motivation and capability.

Over 18-24 months, Teacher Fellows will collaborate with expert colleagues, Wipro Teacher Mentors and each other to:

  • improve their subject and pedagogical knowledge
  • develop, trial and evaluate innovative ways of teaching their subject
  • deepen their understanding of teaching through curriculum development and research
  • carry out a long-term enquiry into their practice, with optional accreditation at MA level.

The schools of all Fellows receive a bursary of £3400 to support their participation. 

Wipro Teacher Mentors (expert, experienced teachers of STEM subjects from local schools) will support the Teacher Fellows throughout the programme.  Mentors will be supported through their own bespoke programme of professional development and will also have the option to carry out a long-term enquiry into their practice with accreditation at MA level. For Mentors, bursary payments will vary depending on the number of Fellows they work with: £600 for participation in the Mentor training programme and around £1,500 per Fellow. There are no restrictions on how this funding can be spent.

To view the flyer please click here.  For more information, please contact Emily Perry [WiproTeacherFellow@shu.ac.uk] or go to http://tiny.cc/wiproteacherfellow.

 

Pupil Premium Reviewer Training 

Loughborough Learning Alliance are offering Pupil Premium Reviewer Training for experienced leaders, with a recent track record in raising levels of attainment and progress for disadvantaged pupils, to gain NCTL accreditation to conduct premium reviews. 

Date: Friday 18th January 2019

Time: 9am - 3pm

Venue: Ashmount School, Loughborough

For further information and to book your place please click here.