New to Curriculum or Pastoral Leadership 2020-21

Next Session: November 18, 2020 | 4:00pm - 5:30pm
£150

This course is for teachers in their first or second year of Curriculum Leadership or Pastoral Leadership.

Please note these subjects are run concurrently as they follow a similar structure.

This course is normally hosted at St Albans Girls’ School with twilight sessions running from 4.00pm to 5.30pm.  The dates are as follows with the first session being delivered as a pre-recorded webinar and the format of session 2 to be confirmed.

  • Session 1; Friday, 25th September 2020 – pre-recorded webinar.
  • Session 2: Wednesday 18th November 2020 – either a pre-recorded webinar or STAGS T&L Hub, tbc.
  • Session 3: Thursday 21st January 2021 – STAGS T&L Hub
  • Session 4: Wednesday 24th March 2021 – STAGS T&L Hub
  • Session 5: Thursday 9th June 2021 – STAGS T&L Hub

Who is this course for?

This course is for teachers in their first or second year of Curriculum Leadership or Pastoral Leadership.

What are the objectives or outcomes?

The objectives of this course are to:

  • Provide peer to peer support
  • Through reflection, develop a proactive support model (New to Pastoral Leadership)
  • Reflect on leadership in a subject capacity (New to Curriculum Leadership)

Areas of focus

The final programme will be made available at the start of the course, however the course will include:

  • Using coaching to celebrate achievements and solve problems
  • Identifying priorities, the art of delegation
  • Having difficult conversations
  • Leadership profiles and styles
  • Collaborative problem solving based on real scenarios
  • Sharing good practice

Meet the facilitators:

Paul Kershaw is Deputy Head at St Albans Girls’ School where he has responsibility for Learning, Teaching and Curriculum.

 

 

 

 

 


Karen Thomas is Deputy Head at St Albans Girls’ School where she has responsibility for Student Welfare and Progress.

 

 

 

 

What did others think?

“The opportunity to network and reflect on the resources has allowed me to construct ideas and develop strategies for working more effectively with my team, for the benefit of students.”

“I feel much more confident in analysing and stepping back from a difficult situation before making a plan to deal with it and overcome it.”