Middle Leaders – SOLD OUT!

Course Overview

Have you completed two or more years of successful teaching and are you now looking for a leadership position?

The course is spread over three days and will cover a range of early leadership aspects including:

  • The role of the Middle Leader.
  • The key skills and qualities required
  • The importance of Middle Leadership in the new Ofsted framework
  • Ensuring impact and making a difference
  • Outstanding teaching and how you achieve it
  • Developing lesson observation skills and delivering feedback
  • Raising standards in your area of responsibility
  • Monitoring and Evaluation—making a difference
  • Assessment and understanding data
  • Understanding and using achievement data
  • Effective time management
  • Working with teams—barriers to improvement


Evaluations from previous course (February-March 2017):

“Really helpful, I’ve learnt lots during this course and it has made me reflect on my own teaching.”


“Very relevant and thought provoking content that is relatable to our own experiences.”


“Really interesting content with lots of time opportunity for feedback and discussion.”


“I now feel very confident in my role as a middle leader and I am looking forward to putting into practice what I have learnt.”


“This course was very beneficial. I now feel more secure in my role and know how to move  forward. Great course leaders with practical ideas.”


“Excellent amount of information, guidance and advice on examples of practice and situations. Each session was effective in provoking thought and questioning practice. I feel more confident dealing with a range of situations.”




Key Details

Cost £390.00
Course Dates21st February 2018
12th March 2018
21st March 2018
Lead TrainerAllan McLean and
Mary Thorne
Time9:30am - 4pm
Target GroupSuccessful teachers looking for a leadership position
CoversPrimary leadership
Start Date21st February 2018
Venue London Diocesan Board for Schools

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Course Booking


Price: £390.00

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