Noctua School Alliance

Following the recent announcement by the Secretary of State for Education, Noctua School Alliance has taken the decision to cancel face-to-face training until we feel it is safe to do so to ensure maximum staffing levels in schools during these unprecedented times. We are pleased to offer your schools remote training sessions. To book a place, click on the training tab.
All our training is based on the most up to date evidence informed research.

Member Area

Leadership and Management

CourseMonitoring Your Subject Through Work Scrutiny
Led byAdrian Gray, MA (Cantab) National and International Consultant
DetailsIdeal for new or developing subject leaders
 
Subject leaders often have limited time to monitor practice in the classroom, so effective use of other techniques is
essential.

This short one-hour training session looks at improving your practice in using work scrutiny to follow up and investigate areas of interest or to monitor performance against key indicators.

It will be illustrated with ‘real life’ examples in a range of subjects
TimingsThursday 24th March 20222pm-3pm£60.00
BookingClick here to book your place
CourseMonitoring Your Subject Through Pupil Voice
Led byAdrian Gray, MA (Cantab) National and International Consultant.
DetailsThis course for new and developing subject leaders

‘Pupil Voice’ activities are often done in schools but are rarely used effectively as part of a co-ordinated monitoring and self-evaluation programme for subjects.

With the new need to evaluate the impact of the curriculum, they are now an essential component in any drive to improve and yet too often ‘pupil voice’ work merely results in anecdotal information.

This course for new and developing subject leaders looks at how it can be best used as a component in a strategically planned range of monitoring activities. This is a one-hour course focused on yielding specific improvements in practice.
TimingsThursday 5th May 20222pm-3pm£60.00
BookingClick here to book your place
CourseDeputy Headteacher Programme
Led byExperienced Serving Headteachers
DetailsA positive, collaborative problem-solving opportunity that will develop your leadership and coaching skills.

The three, two hour facilitated sessions will address challenges commonly faced by deputy headteachers.

Each session comprises a focused input and a structured open forum in which group members will be able to set the agenda and share their experiences, suggestions, ideas and questions.

This is a positive, collaborative problem solving opportunity using group coaching activities that you can also use back in school with your leadership teams.

Topics covered will include:
• Leading Change
• Making Lesson Observation Developmental
• Having challenging conversations / Dealing with conflict
• Developing staff
• Stepping up

A unique, password protected link will be sent to you shortly before the start time.
The session will not be recorded and will be locked 10 minutes after the start time.
Please ensure beforehand that you can use Zoom from the location, on the network and using the machine that you will be using for the session.
TimingsFebruary, March & April 20229.30am-11.30am£200 per delegate
BookingClick here to book your place