We have great pleasure in providing further details of our second half termly Leadership Network in the attached flyer The focus of this half term’s Leadership Network is on the important topic of Health and Wellbeing for both staff and pupils during Covid times. We have Jonathan Glazzard, who is Professor of Inclusive Education in the Carnegie School of Education, Leeds Beckett University as our keynote speaker. In 2015 he was awarded National Teaching Fellow status by the Higher Education Academy and is a Principal Fellow of the HEA. He is Principal Researcher in the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools. We will also be sharing 4 case studies of best practice in supporting health and wellbeing in our educational settings for staff and pupils. Leaders in Doncaster will have an opportunity to network with others in the system, share best practice and have time to reflect on important leadership issues to come up with common solutions. The flyer provides further details and a programme overview of the Leadership Network event.
The feedback of the last Leadership Network on Ethical Leadership was overwhelmingly positive, showing a great appetite to continue with these half termly Leadership Networks. Please do make sure you join in this opportunity to connect with other leaders in Doncaster as part of the innovative Wellbeing and Curriculum work that is being undertaken by system leaders to collaborate and support one another.
A statutory assessment tool that helps schools meet their duties in supporting pupils who are working below the level of the national curriculum and who are not engaged in subject- specific study. This course is aimed at all schools – mainstream primary and secondary schools, special schools and Integrated Resource settings (I.R.’s) and will run across 3 dates (you must attend all 3 sessions): 8th February 2021, 8th March 2021 and 26th April 2021 - all 1.30pm – 3.30pm and the sessions will be delivered via Zoom in order for us to comply with the current government guidelines around COVID 19.Read more