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November 2018
November 6 9:30 am 4:00 pm

The Inspection Ready Leader: ISI Compliance (including boarding)

How to do your own audit. Course leader: Hilary Moriarty   How will your school fare in the new inspections Can your staff readily identify the outcomes they seek? Can they ensure they emerge in the classroom Will they provide the evidence they did? Question: what really matters in a classroom? Answer: what comes out of it – now identified for the latest ISI inspection process as ‘Outcomes for Pupils’ This was always true – the aim of great teaching…

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November 15 9:30 am 4:00 pm

SATIPS Pastoral Conference 2018

Effective pastoral care is a feature that enhances all aspects of school life. All staff contribute to it, whether they have a formal role in its system or whether they are “only a teacher” – and a shared approach which recognises this is the starting point for this opening keynote. Stephen De Silva sets out a vision for both the structures and ethos that can achieve highly effective pastoral care.

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November 16 9:30 am 4:00 pm

Moving on to Middle Leadership: for academic and pastoral leaders

The Essential Elements of Leadership & Management • Leadership versus management • Communication – the wrong and the right type • Day-to-day operational duties vs. strategic leadership • Successfully managing change & conflict Outstanding Pupil Outcomes & Inspections • What is an outstanding lesson? • Creating a culture of self-reflection & evaluation • Effective lesson observations • Monitoring teaching and learning • Preparing for inspection Build for long-term success – how to: • Identify the priority areas for your school…

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March 2019
March 22, 2019 9:30 am 4:00 pm

Improving pupil progress by metacognition, self-regulation and decision making strategies

• Do your pupils prefer recalling information to “real” thinking? • How do you help students improve their self-understanding? • What are good metacognitive skills? • What are pupils with high levels of metacognition capable of? • How can metacognition improve the pupil outcomes for SEND and more able students? The Sutton Trust highlight how metacognitive and self-regulation strategies add, on average, up to 8 months of additional progress. According to the Sutton Trust, teaching students meta-cognitive skills has “consistently…

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