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Leading a Successful History Department

Inspire colleagues by leading a successful and outstanding History Department

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Sorry, this course has been superseded by another course

This course no longer runs as an open course, instead you may be interested in Leadership Skills for New and Aspiring Middle Leaders.

However, if there is content on this course that doesn’t feature in Leadership Skills for New and Aspiring Middle Leaders then contact us and we can organise tailored in-house training to cover exactly what you are looking for.

Call the in-house team on 020 8253 8241 for more information.


Suitable for: Subject leaders and aspiring subject leaders of history looking for new ideas for leading and managing a successful history department that will support all students in attaining outstanding levels of learning and progress will benefit from this course.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 7574WW

Transform teaching and learning in the History Department, by attending this course. As the Head of Department of History or Curriculum Leader the course will enable you to explore different strategies to support your team highly effectively. These strategies could then be used, along with observing lessons to lead and manage your staff. The course material will include methods to coach team members to achieve better results.

  • Understand what it means for leadership and management in history to be successful according to Ofsted
  • Learn how to truly lead the learning in history creating an environment and curriculum that supports outstanding learning and progress
  • Develop pupil-centred strategies to ensure you can engage your learners to maximise student achievement
  • Motivate and manage your colleagues effectively, developing them into a strong teaching team
Excellent range of materials and depth of expertise. Lucy Ingham, Helena Romanes School and Sixth Form Centre
A very useful day, packed full of very useful and informative advice and guidance. Sally Minoughan, Sir Frederic Osborn School
Practical options given that could be easily implemented day to day. Emma Metcalf, Aldenham School/College
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