14 November 2022
16:30 - 18:00

How to Conduct a Work Scrutiny

How to Conduct a Work Scrutiny
  • Do you feel confident in the skills of conducting a work scrutiny?
  • Can you feedback to colleagues in a structured and supportive way?
  • Do you know how to use work scrutiny to help other teachers improvement their practice?
Teachers of Year 3 and above will benefit from the webinar, but it is especially suited to Heads of Department, Middle and Senior Management who are expected to undertake work scrutinies.



Making Work Scrutiny Beneficial

Work scrutiny is a key part of the process of overall improvement in both teacher and pupil performance and progress. This course will explore practical strategies to ensure rigorous and robust work scrutinies are an important element of any school performance management processes; and are used to inform and improve outstanding learning and teaching.  

INSET Outline

Conducting a Meaningful Work Scrutiny

Are the pupils learning anything and how do you know? Tips for measuring progress in the short and longer term How to focus on developmental lesson observations

Strategies to use feedback and coaching to develop the quality of teaching and improve pupil outcomes.

Embed a formative approach to work scrutiny Strategies for highly effective Staff CPD Meaningful Appraisal processes


The Webinar will be online, using a platform such as Zoom or Teams, and delegates will be sent a code in order to sign in. Delegates will be provided with all the materials and the powerpoint as a pdf.

Member Schools who book 3 or more delegates prior to 21 October 2022 will be charged £47.00 per delegate. Invoices in respect of bookings will not be submitted for payment until after the commencement of the Autumn Term 2022.

COST (per delegate)

Online Booking Form

Please complete the following online booking form to book a place on this course. We will be in contact to arrange payment.

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John Medlicott
John Medlicott is the Director of JMC Education, having held a number of key academic and pastoral leadership roles in schools and colleges. As a teacher trainer and school improvement consultant he is regularly graded as “outstanding” by delegates on their evaluation forms. He has recently spoken on challenge and differentiation at a National Conference for Deputy Headteachers and is a regular Keynote speaker and workshop provider in School Leadership and Teaching and Learning.