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Aspiring Middle Leader Training

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HOD, HOY, LOL, HOH, HOKS, DHOY, DHOD, DHO6, T+L, HO6 HOLC, HOL, HON, PM, SL’s, T+V, SV, HOIIAG, SENCO.

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What is the role of middle leaders in schools?

Leading a team of staff

Developing a unique vision

Being accountable for improvement

Developing and sharing good and outstanding practice.

Being organised and strategic with school development.

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What makes a successful Middle leader?

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What makes a successful Middle leader?

A morally centred, high commitment to drive up standards.

Solutions focussed, creative and innovative.

Strong subject understanding.

Strong resilience and ability to cope under pressure.

Personable, approachable.

Honest, reliable and trustworthy.

Clear track record of improvement.

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What makes a poor middle leader?

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What makes a poor middle leader?

Personal or financial motivation.

Problems focussed

Negative attitude.

Poor work ethic.

Poor track record of raising standards.

Change resistant.

Unapproachable, intolerant.

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Leading a team of staff: Scenario training.

In small groups, please discuss how you would deal with the following in the SHORT, MID and LONG term.

“It is April, a member of staff approaches you to tell you, that despite their own predictions for year 11 grades, she is worried they are not going to reach these grades. The revised predictions will reduce your department results to 45%”

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Leading a team of staff: Scenario training.

In small groups, please discuss how you would deal with the following in the SHORT, MID and LONG term.

“A parent rings to complain about behaviour in a member of your teams classes, she has concerns about poor behaviour not being dealt with effectively and that this is blocking learning. She would like a speedy response”

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Developing capacity: Scenario training

“You have inherited an old and outdated SOW, how do you reinvigorate this document in line with your vision. Some staff have been teaching it for years and are reluctant to let it go”.

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Raising Standards: Scenario training

“You have inherited a department with poor results at KS4 and 5. The

headteacher

has made it clear of their expectations for improvement. What would be your plan to turn the results around and improvement attainment”

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Helpful ideas

Coaching

Vision

Don’t be a friend

JPD

Support

Difficult conversations.


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