Book Now for Session 2 – Mental Health and Safeguarding Sessions – Tuesday 31st January 2017
Pastoral Leads Courses 2016/17 Meols Cop High School North Sefton Coastal Teaching School Alliance welcome all pastoral leads from Sefton secondary schools to share best practice/discuss key curr…
Source: Pastoral Leads’ Courses 2016 / 17
We would like to invite all Heads of Maths in Sefton to the second session for the Maths Collaboration Group hosted at Formby High School. The Agenda includes: GCSE Maths 2015-2017 Improving…
Source: Maths Collaboration Group
Does teaching vocabulary through direct instruction improve students’ vocabulary knowledge and retention compared to traditional methods of teaching vocabulary? As an English teacher, faced with th…
Source: Planning for the unexpected
Maths Bring, Show & Share! From NQTs to subject leaders we invite you to come after school and meet passionate subject specialists eager to share ideas and resources and to talk all things lea…
Source: Bring, Show & Share!
Have you recently established leads in your school? Are you keen to develop enquiry based practice? The North Sefton Coastal Teaching School Alliance are delighted to offer a series of training ses…
Source: Research Lead Training
What’s so good about Lesson Study?
Lesson Study is a form of classroom based action research which involves teachers collaboratively planning, teaching, observing and evaluating learning and teaching in “research lessons”.
We invite you to come along and find out more about the benefits of Lesson Study and how we are using Lesson Study to develop evidence informed research and CPD at Meols Cop High School.
If you have any questions directly linked to the course, please contact Lizzy Francis :- Francis-E@meolscophighschool.co.uk
Location: Meols Cop High School
Date: Tuesday 4th October
Cost: there is no charge for this event
To Book Email: Francis-E@meolscophighschool.co.uk
For further details: lesson-study-flyer-4th-october-2016
North Sefton Coastal Teaching School Alliance will be working in partnership with the SSAT to deliver National Award for Middle Leaders modules to develop essential leadership skills.
Completion of the modules will provide SSAT accredited recognition of your leadership development and professional achievement.
28th September 2016 – Vision and values
13th October 2016 – Developing your leadership approach
2nd November 2016 – Building a high performing team
17th November 2016 – Leading your team day-to-day
7th December 2016 – What makes the most effective teaching and learning
15th December 2016 – Observation for improvement
11th January 2017 – Using data for impact
19th January 2017 Leading and managing innovation and change
1st February 2017 – Fostering positive behaviour for learning
2nd March 2017 – Supporting your team
The National Award For Middle Leaders (NAML)