NEW! Teacher Subject Specialism Training
SETSA are delighted to announce two NEW post-ITT Teacher Subject Specialism Training courses to provide high-quality professional development to those teaching, or wishing to teach, mathematics or physics at secondary and FE levels. The training is FREE to those teachers who meet the criteria and the sessions will run locally at Westcliff High School for Girls commencing January 2016 for two terms.
A number of SETSA training opportunities are available to book via the Southend Learning Network. To find out more visit: http://www.southendlearningnetwork.co.uk/Training/ and type SETSA into the search box.
Preparing for DEPUTY Headship: STARTS 24th FEB 2016 AT THE TICKFIELD CENTRE
Following the very successful "Stepping Up to Headship" sessions SETSA are please to offer a new training opportunity for aspiring Deputy Headteachers.
The four sessions will be led by serving Deputy Headteachers from SETSA schools and will cover:
FREE iPAD Training for Teachers: 25th Feb & 24TH May 2016 at THE TickfielD Centre
PERSONAL RESILIENCE: MARK SOLOMONS CONFERENCE 3rd DECEMBER 2015 AT WESTCLIFF HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
An introduction for school staff to enable them to better stand up to the key challenges they face & to raise awareness of tools and strategies you might choose to use to better manage workload and other challenges to your wellbeing.
Click HERE to book via the Southend Learning Network
TEACHER TRAINING -
Available to book SOON:
CONFERENCE: TOM SHERRINGTON
19th May 2016
Westcliff High School for Girls
Tom Sherrington became headteacher at Highbury Grove School last September. In a remarkably short time his fresh approach has generated a turnaround in school and have contributed to society magazine Tatler naming it one of Britain’s best state schools this year. He is interested in exploring contemporary ideas in teaching and learning and school leadership and regularly contributes to conferences and CPD sessions locally and nationally.
Designed by OLEVI and facilitated by experienced school leaders and teachers, the Outstanding Teacher Programme (OTP) gives good and outstanding teachers a set of high level skills and strategies that enable them to become consistently and sustainably outstanding. Utilised in the London and City Challenge Projects and endorsed by the National College, the OTP has gained a national reputation for raising standards in teaching and learning.