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 Secondary Network 2020-21

This programme comprises of four twilight sessions run throughout the school year for secondary NQTs and is hosted across our alliance partner schools.

  • Session 1: The first session will be delivered as a pre-recorded webinar from Thursday, 17th September 2020 by Tessa Miles from St Albans Girls’ School.
  • Session 2: Monday, 9th November 2020 pre-recorded webinar by Helen Skelton and Zoe Shepherd from Beaumont School.
  • Session 3: Tuesday, 26th January 2021 – webinar by Athena Pitsillis from Sandringham School
  • Session 4: Wednesday, 17th March 2021 – pre-recorded webinar by Beth Fraser, Sir John Lawes School

Programme

Session 1: September 2020

  • Questioning – how to make this effective
  • Quick ideas for bringing into the classroom to reduce planning time

Session 2: November 2020

  • Memory and retention of knowledge
  • Looking after your voice

Session 3: January 2021

  • Student Progress and use of data

Session 4: March 2021

  • Differentiation – Working with small groups / low ability students

Who is this course for?

This highly popular network is aimed at secondary 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 facilitators

Facilitators on this programme are Professional Mentors and Senior Leaders from across Alban Federation schools.