Women Leading in Education Network
Yorkshire and Humber Women Leading in Education Network are holding their annual conference on Saturday 6th July.
The aim of the network is to develop a visible network to provide support, professional development and opportunities to connect with like-minded women leaders.
The theme of the conference this year is based on the International Women’s Day #BalanceforBetter.
Further information and to book your place can be accessed here.
Why School Improvement Matters
Nottinghamshire Teaching School Alliances are holding a celebration event for SLEs, Lead Practictioners and those involved in the improvement in the improvement of teaching and learning and leadership in other schools.
Date: 18th June 2019
Time: 15.00 - 19.00
Venue: The Village Hotel, Brailsford Way, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 6DL
John Edwards and Jaz Ampaw-Farr will be in attendance to deliver keynotes. Its fully funded and there will be a cheese and wine reception.
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For further information and to book your place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SEND SLE meeting
In November we included in the weekly e-bulletin a survey developed by the TSC to explore how SEND Specialist Leaders of Education (SLEs) are used. Using the results of this, the TSC wanted to help identify a specific role for SEND SLEs, to build a focus on SEND school-to-school improvement and help embed SLEs into a regional SEND School Improvement network. A SEND SLE meeting is due to take place in our region on 10th May. Please see below further information;
Date: Friday 10th May
Venue: Talbot Specialist School, Sheffield
For further information and to book your place please click here
Reducing Teacher Workload
As part of the TSC Workload Reduction commission, Hallam Teaching School are running free twilights across EMSYH to introduce the DfE Workload Reduction Toolkit. These sessions are suitable for school leaders of all levels and governors;
George Spencer Academy, Nottingham: 3rd June
Learn Sheffield, Sheffield: 11th June
Sir Jonathan North Community College, Leicester: 12th June, 4.30–5.30.
Priory Ruskin Academy, Lincolnshire: 18th June
Please contact admin@hallamtsa to book a place on one of these twilights.
There is also an opportunity to receive support in piloting and evaluating a workload reduction initiative within the context of your own school. Please view the flyer for further information.
Springboarding Women into Headship
Sir Jonathan North Teaching School have developed the 'Springboarding Women into Headship' programme aimed at female leaders, funding provided by the Equality and Diversity Fund. DfE heavily subsidised places are available through application for this quality-assured programme. This includes 3 central training days which will focus on the key skills necessary to becoming a Head Teacher and bespoke coaching throughout the programme from a current NLE or LLE . For further information on how to apply please visit: www.bookwhen.com/sjnts or email: email@example.com.
To view the flyer please click here.
Festival of Education
Sheffield Hallam University are running a Festival of Education in June and are hoping for some involvement from Teaching Schools across the region, particularly from South Yorkshire.
For further information and to book your place please visit http://www.hallamedfest.org.uk/ or follow @HallamEdFest