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Developing the Role of the Subject Leader in Special Schools

How to succeed in this challenging and specialist role

Open Training Course Open Course
Inhouse Training Course In-house

Suitable for: Those working in special education who are new to leading a subject, or wishing to develop their role.

Phases suitable for:

  • Special

Course Reference: 7580WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
Timings: 10am - 4pm Book Now

This course is designed for those working in special education who are new to leading a subject, or wishing to develop their role. You will explore the role and responsibilities of being a Subject Leader and the expectations in terms of Teachers’ Standards and Ofsted. You will consider effective ways to monitor your subject area and practice reporting on impact, examining the key leadership skills of time management and delegation.

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of a Subject Leader
  • Meet Teachers’ Standards relating to your subject area
  • Explore Ofsted’s requirements of a Subject Leader
  • Monitor your subject effectively
  • Report on impact

Sessions

The role of the Subject Leader
  • Personal action plan
  • A typical subject/department
  • Are you a Subject Coordinator or a Subject Leader
The ‘perfect’ Subject Leader
  • The Subject Leader and Teachers' Standards
  • Key Messages fro Ofsted
  • The 'perfect' Subject Leader
Improving your subject
  • Gathering evidence and target setting
  • Monitoring
  • Evaluation and reporting impact
Developing your leadership skills
  • Leadership skills survey
  • Time management and leading meetings
  • Delegation and effective teams
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BIRMINGHAM

Thu 4th Apr 2019

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Wed 3rd Jul 2019

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LEEDS

Fri 8th Feb 2019

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Fri 26th Apr 2019

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LONDON

Mon 17th Jun 2019

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MANCHESTER

Wed 6th Mar 2019

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Fri 28th Jun 2019

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