Conference for Recently Appointed Teachers Aimed at: NQT’s & Teachers in their first 3 years
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: The session will provide and inspirational initial keynote session on ‘Outstanding Learning’ for all. This will be followed by a series of workshops style sessions which explore:
Managing other adults to maximise pupil learning
Effective parental partnerships- using parent meetings and reports
Time management- what is important
Effective whole school partnerships
Ofsted as a confirmation of good practice
What do head teachers really want?
Sharing problems and finding solutions
Attendance will support delegates to be inspired!; work alongside colleagues from other schools, establish a professional support network, manage their role effectively and celebrate all the good work they have undertaken so far whilst preparing for future exciting challenges.
Delegate Price:£100 including refreshments
03 February 2015
To book places, please contact Jeanette Gillott at St Peter’s Learning Centre on