Where: Lift Islington Youth Hub, 45 White Lion St, The Angel, London N1 9PW
Who is it for: WE Leads in secondary member schools (usually SLT with responsibility for curriculum or T&L)
Cost: Included in membership for WE secondary schools
On Thursday 27th February, Whole Education will be facilitating the second in our ‘Leading a Whole Education at Secondary’ series at Lift Youth Hub in Islington, London.
This is the second event of 2019/20. The ‘Leading a Whole Education at Secondary’ team will have the opportunity to discuss actions on our three key areas, seek support and guidance on impact studies to date and work together on our peer learning and review model.
On the day there will be expert inputs as well as time and space to work on your key priorities.
9:30 Arrivals and refreshments
WE reflect on the role of Whole Education Leads as enablers and begin to ponder optimizing impact in the classroom.
10:15 What is national and international data telling us? What does this mean in our context?
David Crossley will unveil the critical relationship between curriculum, teaching & learning, and school culture to inspire how the three parts may be used for school transformation.
Drawing on real examples from the Whole Education network, David offers a brilliant insight into balancing the variety of components involved in whole education practice.
11:30 Scenarios and Peer Learning:
Engage in helpful enactments of real-life scenarios regarding curriculum review and building strong school culture.
Together, we will work through challenging situations and common obstacles found in curriculum, teaching & learning, and establishing an aspirational culture.
Hear from others about techniques and practices that work for them and engage in conversations of feedback and growth.
13:00 Rethinking Teaching and Learning – Optimizing Impact in the Classroom:
Mark Lovatt (co-creator of OPTIC) will showcase a new model of teaching and leading which is research-based, impact-driven, and grounded in experience.
Mark will share how the model is currently being implemented and how it has been further reinforced by linking it directly to parallel developments in curriculum planning.
Key learnings of the day – Where do we go from here?
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