Selling your subject – a training and development programme for subject leaders

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Rebecca Collins
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Target Audience
Classroom Teachers / ECT Induction Tutor / Middle Leaders / Teaching Assistants
target audience
Course Types
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
English / Humanities / Languages / Mathematics / Physical Education / Religious Education / Science
Event Description
Selling your subject training is aimed at all current and aspiring primary school subject leaders. It has been designed to help subject leaders improve their understanding of the new Ofsted inspection framework and how this potentially impacts on their work.

The training focuses on developing subject leaders’ skills to ensure their subject is effectively planned, monitored and led in a timely way.

Training objectives
To improve subject leaders’ understanding of the Ofsted quality of education criteria and the implications for their subject.
Learning outcomes
The subject leader will develop their knowledge and understanding of:

  • how to plan out the curriculum

  • a deep dive and subject leader’s role within it

  • how to gather evidence effectively

  • how to develop effective questioning as part of monitoring

  • how to develop colleagues’ expertise

  • enabling all groups of learners to progress through the curriculum

Additional Information
The cost of this training is £75 (excluding VAT) per person.

Delegates should bring copies of their current curriculum overviews and/ or long term planning for the subject they are responsible for, subject leader folders (if they have these), a copy of the National Curriculum and a few pupils’ books (E.g. from a year group they are familiar with in their subject).

Closing Date
Tuesday 20 September 2022
Session Session date Session time Session venue
1 21 September 2022 16:00 - 17:00 TBC Webinar
2 28 September 2022 16:00 - 17:00 TBC Webinar
3 05 October 2022 16:00 - 17:00 TBC Webinar
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