All our workshops are constantly updated to reflect the current - and ever-changing - circumstances in all schools relating to Covid-19
Are you looking for practical solutions to the problems faced by pastoral leaders every day?
Would you like to explore your leadership style and understand how to use it effectively?
Would you like tips on approaching difficult conversations with parents, students or staff members?
Leadership, vision, support, good communication, running effective meetings, having difficult conversations and managing change for the better forms the focus of this workshop. This course concentrates on the key skills required to make a positive difference to the well-being of students so they can be academically successful.
Establishing your own personal leadership style most effectively
Making the most of your skills in strategic decision making
Running effective pastoral meetings
Toolkit of methods to make you more effective in your daily role
Building a high performing pastoral team
Having difficult conversations with parents, students and possibly staff.
Supporting inexperienced and ‘struggling‘ colleagues.
Monitoring students' progress and intervention strategies for underachieving students
Defining your vision and making it happen
Monitoring, maintaining and motivating your team
What really works in positive behaviour management
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“A fantastic trainer with a real wealth of experience and fantastic sense of humour! Varied materials used throughout the day. Extremely informative with a strong practical and individual element.”Head of Key Stage , St George's International School
“This was an excellent course: the trainer was knowledgable and dynamic; the activities were engaging - the very opposite of death by powerpoint; and the atmosphere created was great - friendly and supportive.”Head of Year , Royal Alexandra and Albert School
“An excellent course which gave me a number of really helpful insights and reminders of why my job is so important. Tony was fantastic. Thank you very much”Progress Leader , Newbridge School