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New Roles and Responsibilities for Year Leaders and Tutors

This course has been designed for aspiring and existing heads of year wishing to fully embrace the academic and pastoral issues involved. The course will address the skills essential to support and manage change and bring coherence to the ever developing roles. The key focus is on the issues of quality assurance, leadership styles, managing colleagues, data analysis, monitoring student progress, guidance systems and formative assessment.

Leadership Skills for New and Aspiring Middle Leaders

Moving from a teaching role to head of department or other middle leadership role is a big step. This course takes a very practical approach to making the move seem less daunting by helping you to develop your existing skills to facilitate your new role. This course is suitable for teachers from primary, secondary, and special needs schools as well as FE colleges.

Self-Harm and Eating Disorders – Providing Positive Support

Students who have recovered from self-harm and eating disorders often cite the pivotal role that a supportive school can play. This course draws on the experiences and best practice outlined by over 1000 school staff and hundreds of students who have overcome self-harm or eating disorders. We aim to provide you with a wide range of ideas and strategies, and renewed confidence in your ability to support students causing concern.

Leading a Team: a Course for Support Staff Team Leaders

This highly participatory course is aimed at support/associate staff team leaders in mainstream and special schools. It will better equip you to develop team working, improve leadership skills, enhance communication and interpersonal skills, and augment levels of assertiveness and performance-monitoring. This course is ideal for those staff from primary, secondary and special schools, as well as FE colleges.

Managing Conflict and Dealing with Difficult People

Most people have at some time had to deal with difficult behaviour from colleagues at work. This course will help individuals to develop positive strategies for managing negative behaviour. The day will involve a balanced mix of tutor input, group discussion and tactful proactive strategies for managing conflict and difficult situations. This course is ideal for those staff from primary, secondary and special schools, as well as FE colleges.

Practical Steps to Raising Boys' Achievement

This practical course examines useful and simple strategies to raise the achievement of boys. It focuses on ways to improve boys’ behaviour, attitudes and performance, while offering successful methods to ensure meaningful group work, successful target setting, and improved problem-solving skills.

Raising Standards through the Mentoring of Young People

Young people growing up in western societies have to deal with a rapidly-changing social world. These changes have their greatest effect on the young people who are most poorly equipped to deal with them. Trained mentors can play an important role in helping young people to raise standards, tackle and learn from failure and create a new culture of opportunity and success.

Maximising Progress by Differentiating in Languages

Effective differentiation is key to enabling every student to reach their potential in the Languages classroom. This course explores practical approaches to creating differentiated schemes of work and lesson plans, enabling you to engage, motivate and stretch every member of the class.

Key Stage 3 Maths for Non-specialists

In order to maximise your effectiveness as a non-specialist delivering the Key Stage 3 maths curriculum, this course will give an overview of the National Curriculum for maths at Key Stage 3 with particular attention being paid to common problem areas. In addition to ensuring your understanding of key mathematical concepts, the use of learning styles, thinking skills and motivational techniques will be considered in the context of creating successful schemes of work and lesson plans.

Teaching the New Secondary Curriculum in Languages with Confidence and Creativity

Much ink has been spilled on the changes to National Curriculum teaching and assessment. This practical course will cut through the hype and completely prepare you for what these changes actually mean in terms of secondary Languages teaching.
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