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The Role of Support Staff within Outstanding Learning 2014-15

The Role of Support Staff within
Outstanding Learning

   
Aimed at: Class Teachers & Support Staff
 

Duration: 1 Half day
 

Facilitator:
Chris Gajewski – School Improvement Consultant

Chris Gajewski has had a broad range of experience within schools and local authorities nationally as a head teacher, school improvement partner and adviser. He is currently working as a freelance school improvement consultant and is also a lead assessor for the ‘Challenge Award’ which involves him assessing good and outstanding primary and secondary schools throughout the country to review the on-going quality or provision by observing learning, scrutinising work, interviewing staff, parents, governors and pupils and reviewing a broad range of evidence. His work is highly regarded by schools as he quickly establishes positive and effective working relationships through honest challenge and measured professional support.


Content:
This session will review the key components of outstanding learning and the impact all adults have on pupil outcomes. The management of adults within sessions will be reviewed alongside relationships, planning, feedback, marking and enabling the development of pupil independence whilst providing both support and challenge.
Attendance at the session will support delegates to develop procedures to ensure that adult impact is as effective and efficient as possible
 
 
 

Delegate Price:   £50 including refreshments

 
Day Date Start Finish
Friday 10 October 2014 9.15 12.15
 
 

 
 
                    
    
To book places, please contact Jeanette Gillott at St Peter’s Learning Centre on
 
01939-236141 or email learning.centre@st-peters.shropshire.sch.uk

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