• Jun
    13

    Time: 09:30

    Location: Staffordshire

    Improving schools through dynamic subject leadership in the primary school
    PBM is delighted to announce the launch of a new course; “Improving schools through dynamic subject leadership in the primary school”. This course has been developed by a head teacher who is passionate about the role subject leaders can play in bringing about improvement.
    The course is specifically for Subject Leaders and those aspiring to such a role. It explores how Subject Leaders can be key players in securing and sustaining outstanding teaching. It focuses on how subject leaders can work with teachers within the teams that they lead, helping teachers to make their own journey towards excellence. Participants are supported in formulating practical strategies to ensure continuous enthusiasm and motivation for their subject areas securing the commitment from their whole school.
    The course enables Subject Leaders to develop their understanding of their roles and responsibilities, identify strengths and weaknesses, create goals and sustain enthusiasm for improvement within their subject area. It looks at purposeful use of the subject leader’s file, effective use of non-contact time, gathering and collating evidence, monitoring progress and evidencing impact.
    The date for the pilot course is 13 June 2014. As this will be a pilot course, places are limited.
    If you would like to read a detailed course description and session outline, please follow this link: Take to the full course description