Alban Education are delighted to run this four session programme providing essential skills for outstanding middle 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.
What are the objectives or outcomes?
This programme will support you in:
- Reflecting on your personal strengths
- Developing skills of leadership
- Exploring your own vision and values
- Drawing together theory and practice
- Sustaining effective leadership
Who is this course for?
- For colleagues new to middle leadership roles
- For colleagues moving to middle leadership roles
- For aspirational middle leaders
Twilight sessions will take place at Sandringham School from 4.00pm to 5.30pm on the following dates:
(please note change of session 1 from 16 Oct to 15 Nov)
|Wed, 15th November 2023
|Management or leadership? Understanding leadership styles
|Tue, 23rd January 2024
|Leading effective meetings and managing people
|Wed, 13th March 2024
|Application of data (including tracking SEND data)
|Thurs, 16th May 2024
|Coaching and unlocking potential
Meet the facilitators
Fleur Baikie, Head of MFL, Sandringham School
Fleur is Director of Learning – MFL at Sandringham School. She has previously worked as Head of MFL and then IB coordinator (Senior Leader for the Upper School – 6th form lead) in an International School in the UAE and is passionate about staff development. She a leadership mentor and programme facilitator with Best Practice Network, delivering the NPQLT and has completed the NPQSL. She has trained and coached teachers and leaders across a variety of pathways.
Emma Simmons, Executive Headteacher, Crabtree Infants’ and Crabtree Junior Schools
Emma is Executive Head of Crabtree Infants’ and Crabtree Junior School in Harpenden. She has previously worked as Head of Junior School and Head of Girls’ Games in a small Prep School and has been a class teacher in a variety of schools, teaching children in Reception to Year 6. Emma supports local school’s ECTs as part of the AlbanTSH Appropriate Body and is a facilitator for the NPQSL.