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Session 1. Action Planning for Impact
Introducing the course
Understanding the monitoring cycle
What makes an effective action plan
Assigning a mentor
Session 2. Triangulating for Impact
Review of action plans
Role of triangulation
Role of Primary data - Lisa Thompson
Session 3. Communicating for Impact
Articulating and delivering change
Session 4. Analysing for Impact
Data over time - Lisa Thompson
Assessing your effectiveness so far
Session 5. Montioring and Evaluating for Impact
Different ways to monitor
Trinagulation in action
Evaluating the impact of your leadership
Planning next steps for your leadership development
Venue will be either South Yorkshire or Cambridge, decided by the location of the majority of participants.
In 2018/19 there will be increased opportunities for maths CPD with the additional capacity provided through the work of the Regional Maths Lead. Our aim is to provide trust wide events in addition to bespoke training opportunities.
Part 1: For Secondary maths leads only
Regular secondary Maths lead meetings:
2nd October 2019 – Secondary Maths Network Meeting: Initial meeting
11th March 2020 – Secondary Maths Network Meeting: To include intervention planning for
24th June 2020 – Secondary Maths Network Meeting: To include intervention planning for external
Part 2: For all schools and teachers - dates to be arranged at an individual school level through the Ad Astras.
Bespoke CPD in schools to include:
One to one coaching.
Evidence gathering and action planning
Preparation for inspections
Preparation for external exams
Quality Assurance training and ratification of judgements
Observations of good practice
Whole school CPD eventsRegular Secondary Maths Leads meetings.
The Ofqual-regulated 2 day level 3 qualification in 'Supervising First Aid for Mental Health' will be delivered in conjunction with NUCO and First Aid Awards LTD. (n.b This course does not contribute to your annual monitoring of first aid courses) A range of subjects are covered in detail including how to recognise a range of mental health conditions and information about stress, depression, self harm, suicide, eating disorders, pshychosis, schizophrenia and anxiety.
The qualification is assesed through two written assessment papers and the practical demonstration of completing a first aid action plan for mental health.
Please note a nomimal charge of £20 per person is applicable, this covers the cost of the trainin manual, accreditation and certificate.Essential Information