Becoming an Effective Learning Supervisor 2020-21

This is a pre-recorded webinar which will be available from 4th September 2020.   The link will be emailed during the day of the 4th to delegates who have booked on to the course.   

This webinar will be available all year – just make your booking as normal and a link to the session will be shared with you within one working day of that booking.

The ATSA are delighted to offer a new programme for 2020-21 entitled ‘Becoming an Effective Learning Supervisor.’

This webinar will focus on:

  • What does the role entail?
  • How you can make a difference.
  • Behaviour and Class management tips
  • Feeling part of the school community

 

Who is this course for?

New & existing Learning Supervisors to the role.

 

Meet the Facilitators

Lily Pratt – Lead Learning Supervisor, Sandringham School

Lily is the lead learning supervisor at Sandringham school and has held this post for nearly 2 years.

She believes cover supervisors play a vital role in guaranteeing that learning takes place in the absence of the class teacher by creating a continuity that ensures the lesson has meaning and allows for student progression.

 

Steven Cotton – Teacher of English, Sandringham School

Steven has worked as a learning supervisor for a year at Sandringham School. He is currently training as an English teacher through the Alban Federation.

NQT Primary Network 2020-21

The NQT Primary Network comprises of four twilight sessions run throughout the school year.  These will be a blend of virtual meetings or face to face meetings hosted at Sandringham School in St Albans in line with COVID guidelines.  These meetings allow NQTs to network in an informal setting and provide the opportunity to discuss whatever problems and issues that are current and relevant to them at the time.

Twilight sessions will be held on Tuesdays from 4.00-5.30 pm on the following dates:

  • Session 1: 20th October 2020 – zoom meeting
  • Session 2: 8th December 2020
  • Session 3: 2nd February 2021
  • Session 4: 16th March 2021

Who is this course for?

This highly popular network is aimed at primary NQTs who wish to establish supportive links with colleagues.

What are the objectives or outcomes?

This programme will support you in:

  • Sharing good practice.
  • Developing subject knowledge.
  • Exploring questions in a friendly and collaborative forum.

Areas of focus

The programme will be developed according to feedback and suggestions from delegates as the year progresses.

Meet the facilitator

Cathy Longhurst

Headteacher, Mandeville Primary School

 

 

Emerging Middle Leaders 2020-21

This programme comprises six twilight sessions run throughout the school year. There is a celebration event for all ‘graduates’ at the end of the year.

You will be required to attend the following twilight sessions which run from 4.00pm to 5.30pm.  Please note that all sessions will be delivered remotely where face to face meetings are still not viable.

Session 1: Thursday 22nd October 2020

Live webinar

Management or leadership?
Understanding leadership styles
Julia Pipes
Session 2: Tuesday 24th November 2020

Microsoft Teams meeting

Leading effective meetings and managing people Mark Allday
Session 3: Tuesday 19th January 2021

at Sandringham School or virtual tbc

The Nuts and Bolts:  Action planning for change Thom Leat
Session 4: Wednesday 10th February 2021

at Sir John Lawes or virtual tbc

Future pathways.
Job applications and interview technique.
Phil Newbery
Session 5: Tuesday 16th March 2021

at Beaumont School

Application of data Jonathan Mountstevens
Session 6: Monday, 28th June 2021

Sandringham School

Coaching and unlocking potential
Celebration Event
Tessa Miles

Who is this course for?

This course is aimed at those aspiring to middle leadership and who wish to develop leadership qualities.

What are the objectives or outcomes?

This programme will support you in:

  • Reflecting on your personal strengths
  • Developing skills of leadership
  • Exploring your own vision and values

Areas of focus

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

  • Management or leadership? Understanding leadership styles
  • Leading successful change: Effective team management
  • The nuts and bolts: Action planning for change
  • Future pathways. Job applications and interview technique
  • Numbers! Target setting and whole school finance
  • Emotional intelligence, managing yourself and others

Meet the facilitators:

Facilitators on this course come from across our alliance schools.

What did others think?

“I have learned so many new techniques that I am already trying out in order to improve my own leadership skills.”

“The middle leader course allowed me to reflect on what type of leader I want to be and start to identify my own strengths and weaknesses in leadership style.”