Webinar | How to plan effectively as a team

Event description

Extensive teacher workloads make maintaining a balanced work-life near impossible. As well as clearly putting a teacher’s wellbeing at risk, this ultimately impacts the wellbeing of the pupils we teach and how they thrive in education.

This webinar will look at how your school can enhance staff wellbeing by creating tools, strategies and charters to improve collaboration, workloads and conditions.

Join Jane Wood-Chambers, as she walks you through how to actively inform, involve and engage staff in measures correlated to effective workload and creating the right kind of culture that everyone can thrive in.

 

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What will be covered?

  • Creating the right kind of school culture – establishing it and ensuring all staff know and understand how and why it is important.
  • The importance of keeping staff in the loop of strategic measures– this includes modelling what you want to see happen through effective leadership behaviours.
  • School staffing structure and areas of responsibility; developing your middle leadership and NQT mentoring and support programmes.
  • Mentoring programmes for all staff.
  • Planning INSET days and CPD opportunities effectively and professionally; quality proviso and catering, including a well-being event that is off-site.
  • Making praise central to your school culture – Acknowledging the efforts by actively seeking out members who are working effectively helps to reinforce a culture of care in your school.

 

Who will benefit?

This webinar will be ideal for all educators; particularly leadership teams and headteachers looking to proactively improve staff mental health and wellbeing.

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When will the event take place?

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Date: Tuesday 19 March 2019
Time:
 5:30pm – 6:15pm
Location: Online

Click here to book your free place now.

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Speaker Profile: Jane Wood-Chambers

Over 27 years of educational experiences in a number of settings. Developed a clear vision and ethos for inclusion which puts the child at the centre and a clear understanding of how to support, engage and nurture the individual.

Ability to train all staff through effective and reflective continual professional development in behavioural management techniques that begin, establish and maintain change in all.

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