Autumn CPD Programme

Free webinar: Primary Education Matters  

Tuesday 20 October from 9:30am to 10:30am

A focused discussion on issues affecting primary school leaders with Head Teacher and NAHT Primary Council Chair Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson and Head Teacher and Author Dr Julian Grenier.

Share your views , gain support and take a short time out for you. Enjoy a free taste for what’s coming up at the NAHT Early and Primary conference on the 12th November 2020

 

Online course: DSL Training – Safeguarding within the new framework  

Tuesday 10 November from 9:00am to 12:30pm

This course will bring senior school staff and safeguarding governors completely up to date with current safeguarding legislation. Delegates will learn about updates within KCSIE September 2020 and the implications for safeguarding within the new inspection framework including specific advice on implementing the new behaviour criteria.

Delegates will also focus on the leadership aspects of safeguarding within school, how best to develop school staff in safeguarding skills and how to enhance your early help strategies within school.

 

Online course: DSL Training – Safeguarding within the new framework  

Tuesday 10 November from 9:00am to 12:30pm

This course will bring senior school staff and safeguarding governors completely up to date with current safeguarding legislation. Delegates will learn about updates within KCSIE September 2020 and the implications for safeguarding within the new inspection framework including specific advice on implementing the new behaviour criteria.

Delegates will also focus on the leadership aspects of safeguarding within school, how best to develop school staff in safeguarding skills and how to enhance your early help strategies within school.

 

Early Years and Primary Conference 2020

Thursday 12 November

For the first time, the conference will be presented as a wholly interactive online experience, featuring live speakers, presentations and interactive Q&A, and a wealth of online content to explore and take home. The content of the day will remain available online to you for 30 days after the event.  We look forward to welcoming you to a unique online experience!

This is a unique opportunity for school leaders, leadership teams, teachers and support staff to reflect on and develop policy and practice in their schools and settings, making sure that the learning journey continues seamlessly for children as they move through into school.

 

Online course: Ofsted Update – Reducing the stress and workload with Ofsted inspections

Thursday 26 November from 9:00am to 12:30pm

This course will enable school leaders to manage and reduce the stress associated with school inspection, through excellent leadership practice, embedding school improvement into the annual quality cycle and taking account of best practice. The course will include the latest updates on Ofsted inspections allowing you the opportunity to examine each aspect of inspection in relation to your own school. In doing so, you will be able to learn how to improve all aspects of school leadership and ensure that the education your pupils receive is the best experience possible.

There will be a focus on curriculum, deep dives and pastoral care, sharing strategies on how to present your evidence in a succinct and accessible format.

You will learn how to integrate best practice models into every aspect of school leadership. You will have the opportunity to examine the suitability of your self-evaluation and action planning to communicate your school effectively to parents, staff and governors.

 

Leading on SEND Conference 2020

Thursday 3 December

The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Looking behind, beneath and beyond the behaviour’.

This online conference is ideal for school leaders in all types of schools and SEN support services, across early years, primary, secondary and post-16 settings.

 

Online course: Curriculum Design with Chris Quigley 

Thursday 8 December from 9:00am to 3:00pm

Many schools are currently in the process of evaluating and re-designing their curriculum. In this one day seminar, Chris will guide you through three stages of curriculum design: intent, implementation and impact.

 

Online course: Ofsted Update – Reducing the stress and workload with Ofsted inspections

Wednesday 9 December from 9:00am to 12:30pm

This course will enable school leaders to manage and reduce the stress associated with school inspection, through excellent leadership practice, embedding school improvement into the annual quality cycle and taking account of best practice. The course will include the latest updates on Ofsted inspections allowing you the opportunity to examine each aspect of inspection in relation to your own school. In doing so, you will be able to learn how to improve all aspects of school leadership and ensure that the education your pupils receive is the best experience possible.

There will be a focus on curriculum, deep dives and pastoral care, sharing strategies on how to present your evidence in a succinct and accessible format.

You will learn how to integrate best practice models into every aspect of school leadership. You will have the opportunity to examine the suitability of your self-evaluation and action planning to communicate your school effectively to parents, staff and governors.

 

Online course: Planning for the Future

Friday 11 December from 9:30am to 2:00pm

This course will provide you with tools to plan your future, to put you in control of the next phase of your life. In order to plan your future you need to understand the options available to you, and these can be more extensive than you think. This course will explore these options which can range from retiring and taking your pension as soon as possible, to changing your current working arrangements for more free time, and many other options in-between.

The training will also address the financial aspects of planning your future; clearly your financial position will impact on the choices you’re able to make, and when you can make them – the way your pension works and how much this is worth, will be a key component of this.

Your general well-being will also influence your future choices. If you remain well, you can make choices about your future from a position of strength. The course will address this issue and provide practical tips to facilitate your well-being.