Leaders for the Future
Who is it For?
The Leaders for the Future programme is aimed at teachers with leadership potential who are in the early stages of their career. The focus is on developing leadership skills, knowledge and mind-sets, which can be used immediately to increase their impact beyond their own classroom through influencing others and working on wider projects.
What Does it Involve?
There are five course modules. Each module is delivered over a two hour training session which takes place after school at Heartlands Academy.
All modules will be accredited by the SSAT and delegates will receive a certificate for modules completed.
SSAT leadership programmes offer routes to achieving Masters Accreditation through a 30 CAT points exemption from University of Nottingham course modules. This is applicable for participants completing all five modules and also SSAT Lead Practitioner accreditation. Delegates pursuing this route will be expected to complete a school improvement impact study, this can be used as evidence towards Lead Practitioner Status.
- Leading Yourself
- Leading for Impact
- Leading and Influencing Others
- Leading Yourself for the Long Term
- Leading Through Coaching and Mentoring
All sessions take place at Heartlands Academy, 16:00 - 18:00
|Leading for Impact||Tuesday||13th||December||2016|
|Leading and Influencing Others||Tuesday||07th||February||2017|
|Leading Yourself for the Long Term||Tuesday||09th||May||2017|
|Leading through Coaching and Mentoring||Tuesday||04th||July||2017|
The course fee is £380 per delegate. Please pay the full amount according to number of delegates by cheque, made payable to Heartlands Academy or supply a purchase order number with a contact name and address to request an invoice. Return the form either electronically or by post to:
10 Great Francis Street
As a member of the 2015-2017 Teaching Leaders cohort, Miss Hamman shares the belief that children’s success at school can be driven, not by social background, but by the quality and kind of education students receive.
Steph specialises in raising attainment and achievement in English at Key Stage 3 and, as Lead Practitioner for Literacy, she promotes the development of whole school literacy, which was stated as being ‘outstanding’ in Ofsted’s 2014 report.
Azra is also a member of the 2015-17 Teaching Leaders cohort and is a highly skilled and experienced facilitator. She has provided leadership training within the academy, the feedback for which is consistently outstanding.
As an experienced Head of Science, Azra has consistently developed the leadership skills of her team, many of whom came to her as trainees or NQTs and are now in leadership positions themselves.