Certificate Course in School Leadership

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Module Details

Module 1: School vision, ethos, and communication

Learning how to focus on what’s important and what matters to you and your school whilst, addressing the requirements of rigorous quality assured teaching and learning.
 

Module 2: Understanding evidence and impact

How do we know our leadership is making a difference. How do we use data and evidence to inform leadership and improve our schools.
 

Module 3: Leading teams

How to get the very best from each and every member of staff in your school, motivate your staff through a positive, success driven culture; and develop effective strategies to deal with difficult and challenging people and conversations.
 

Module 4:  Leading change

How to identify what needs to change in your school, how to lead necessary change effectively, ensure commitment and engagement from staff, students and parents; and how to manage those reluctant to change.
 

Module 5: Safeguarding and wellbeing

How to develop effective policies to keep children safe in school, to lead pastoral systems that meet the wellbeing needs of students and staff; and how to lead a happy and cooperative school.

Teachers
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Stephen Burnage
Award winning Education Consultant & Trainer

Steve Burnage is an experienced international consultant and trainer who has worked extensively with The British Council in Egypt to produce their independent schools’ quality assurance visit protocols. You may also have heard Steve deliver a successful keynote at the recent school leaders forum. Having served over 25 years as a teacher and school leader in the UK, Steve is now in demand as an author, consultant and trainer specialising in the areas of leadership development, effective classroom pedagogy and practice; and school inspection, improvement and development. Steve is an accredited trainer for The British Council and a lead trainer and examiner for Cambridge International Examinations and The International Baccalaureate.
 
 



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