Alban Education are delighted to run our three session programme providing essential skills for outstanding senior leadership. This will be cross-phase with specific primary and secondary facilitators every session allowing delegates to benefit from tailored training specific to their individual setting.
This will consist of 3 twilight sessions which will take place from 4.00pm to 5.30pm at the Katherine Warington School in Harpenden.
Session 1: Thursday, 25th April 2024
Session 2: Tuesday, 14th May 2024
Session 3: Thursday, 6th June 2024
BOOKINGS ARE REQUIRED BEFORE THURSDAY 18TH APRIL
What are the objectives or outcomes?
- Are you preparing to move into a Senior Leadership role or newly appointed in post? This programme will support the development of essential skills and knowledge required to be a senior leader in school. Relevant for all phases of school.
Who is this course for?
- For colleagues new to senior leadership roles
- For colleagues moving to senior leadership roles
- For aspirational senior leaders
Meet the facilitators
Lyndon Evans, Executive Principal, Aspire Academies Trust
Lyndon Evans is an Executive Principal with Aspire Academies Trust. Lyndon has extensive experience of leadership at the highest level. He is an experienced, qualified executive coach, mentor and programme lead facilitator with Best Practice Network, delivering on NPQH and NPQEL. Lyndon is passionate about working alongside those whose job it is to ensure the very best possible outcomes for children.
Amy Francis, Katherine Warington School
Amy is an experienced educator and currently the Induction Lead at Katherine Warington School in Harpenden. She has held roles as a curriculum lead in MFL, Lead Practitioner, Induction lead, SENCO and Assistant Headteacher (T&L). Amy has been working in education for 27 years. She studied French at the University of Liverpool, before completing her PGCE and starting her teaching career in the same city, then moving to teach in London. Amy’s extensive experience of inner city teaching has led to the passionate belief that regardless of circumstance or challenges, every child has the right to achieve and fulfil their potential; and this is achieved through high quality education, led by those who have the highest expectations of the students they teach and nurture.
She added to her educational portfolio in 2019 by qualifying as a SENCO and took up this new role at Katherine Warington School where she had the privilege of being a member of the founding leadership team; designing curriculum, policies and practices for a brand new school. She is an Alban Education Expert (previously SLE) and a Harpenden parent.