Who this is suitable for:
This course is aimed at Senior Leaders wishing to develop coaching as a principle that underpins school culture. Developing a three year plan to implement change that becomes embedded and an integral essential part of how a school runs.
Coaching is a culture. Too often in schools coaching has been used as a strategy to develop underperforming sta . It has been woolly and piecemeal. What a waste!
Coaching is a way to improve and develop performance across the board but must be planned strategically as a vehicle to develop sta at all levels and of course include our students.
Cultural change takes time, planning, strategy, development and support. In order to create an organisation where a question is truly seen as an opportunity for exploration, rather than a potential threat, as leaders we must fully commit time and resources to ensure cultural change rather than “just another initiative”.
Coaching needs to be placed front and centre of whole school improvement and must be a key driver in the school’s infrastructure.
Outcomes for Delegates:
• Rebranding coaching as coaching with impact
• What is a true coaching culture and how do I achieve it?
• Coaching for staff meetings
• 121 in-class coaching
• Formalised line management coaching
• Coaching as a means to develop the non-judgmental lesson observation
• Paired coaching programmes to develop all practitioners
• A coaching approach to inset
• Building an effective coaching team
And much, much more...
Leicestershire - Friday 13th January 2017
Nottinghamshire - Monday 24th April 2017
Leicestershire - Monday 3rd July 2017
Derbyshire - Monday 18th September 2017
All courses support the principles of the new Teachers Professional Development Standards and most recent OFSTED framework
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For further information about all of our courses and bespoke services contact Claire:
Telephone: 0115 9648204
Or visit our website: www.cgrassociates.com