The New Inspection Framework: understanding, preparing and managing(NAHT405)

Provider: NAHT
£300.00 (no VAT on this item) Non-member price
£225.00 (no VAT on this item) Member price

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Description This new course is designed to bring leaders up-to-date with Ofsted’s new common inspection framework (September 2015).  The changes will be explained and you will have the opportunity to examine each aspect of the new inspection in relation to your own school.  In doing so, you will be able to check the readiness of your staff, the accuracy of self-evaluations, the quality of your strategic planning, and reflect on the impact of your current provision on the outcomes for your pupils.
Duration 09:00-16:00

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Categories Leadership and Management, Management, Performance Management, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

This course is suitable for senior leaders in primary, special and secondary schools. The course will help you prepare for inspection and use the framework to bring about school improvement by: understanding how inspection works in practice; ensuring that your self-evaluation is accurate; understanding how strategic planning can be successful; developing clear and measurable success criteria for improvement; ensuring that staff and governors are well prepared and understand what to expect during an inspection

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Participants will be asked to fill in a survey after the event which will allow us to evaluate the course content, facilitator and venue to enhance future event offerings.

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This course is run by Christine Birchall who has worked for The Education Improvement Company since September 2014 and in school improvement for 10 years. As a senior Local Authority Adviser and National Strategies school improvement regional adviser she has extensive experience of working with schools in challenging circumstances to effect improvements. Her current work includes both leading and coordinating reviews and school improvement for large consortia and providing ‘resident inspector’ support for individual schools. She is an experienced Ofsted inspector who regularly leads inspections in both primary and secondary phases. Christine is an experienced and highly respected trainer who offers tailored courses and professional development on a wide range of issues to suit all levels of audience.

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