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Code: OPL/19/141 Quality of Teaching - The strategic role in monitoring quality

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Ofsted now looks at the extent to which governing boards provide challenge and hold the Headteacher and other senior leaders to account for improving the quality of teaching. As governors are not inspectors, and it is not their role to assess the quality of teaching in their schools, how can governors find out about the quality of teaching and make plans to improve it further? This course will look at the governors’ strategic role in monitoring the quality of teaching and will look practically at how governors can hold the school to account and lead school improvement in this vital area. This training is free to governors who's school subscribe to Governor Training, otherwise the cost is £150 per governor

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1 21 October 2019 19:00 - 21:00 Unipart Conference Centre Map
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Code: EY737 Understanding Behaviour in the Early Years

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To encourage positive behaviour in young children using the Inclusion Development Programme "Supporting Children with Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties" as a guide. To promote emotionally supportive learning environments To increase awareness of early childhood development within PSED Cost: Out of County £75 Schools £50 Settings £50 Childminders £20 Please see attached cancellation policy

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1 21 October 2019 09:30 - 12:30 Hill End Residential and Field Studies Centre Map
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