Free Upcoming CPD Webinars

NAHT Discovery Education Pathway: Advice Hub
Tuesday, 24 August, 2021
4pm

Join Andrew Hammond and Guy Dudley for a discussion on the issues facing school leaders today. This session will be your chance to ask any questions you may have to our expert Advice Hub and NAHT Discovery Education Pathway team.

This session will be available on demand.

Free course: Organisational well-being

8 September 2021

This course will provide you with a practical session with a firm underpinning in contemporary research, examining practical realities around well-being of both leaders and your colleagues. The session will present a series of models which can be used with staff to promote practices and ultimately keep great teachers and leaders happily in the profession.

 

NAHT Discovery Education Pathway: Building Parent Partnerships

Thursday 14 October 2021

Andrew Hammond talks to experienced senior leader, educational consultant and Pathway author, Julie Keyes, about the challenges and the benefits of building effective partnerships with parents and carers.

In this fireside chat, we consider the importance of the relationship between teacher and parent. Julie Keyes shares some tried and test strategies to strengthen and grow this partnership, including: how to enter parent meetings feeling empowered and confident; how to build trust and rapport; how to give honest and professional feedback when challenging situations arise. The session will be focused on how, as leaders, we can support and empower our less experienced staff to feel confident in this important area of a teacher’s role.

Learn more: https://thehub.naht.org.uk/pathway/building-parent-partnerships/

This session will be available on demand.

Free course: Organisational well-being

18 October 2021

This course will provide you with a practical session with a firm underpinning in contemporary research, examining practical realities around well-being of both leaders and your colleagues. The session will present a series of models which can be used with staff to promote practices and ultimately keep great teachers and leaders happily in the profession.