From Good to Outstanding - A way of working not a destination
Paul is an independent consultant who provides a wide range of training and support to schools nationally. He has been the Headteacher at three schools and has been employed by both the Dudley PE and Numeracy Advisory services.
He has provided leadership training packages for the Centre of Educational Leadership in Manchester and he has worked as a Regional Facilitator for TDA West Midlands as well as a Level Three Modular Subject Expert for the NCTL designing and providing bespoke consultancy support.
Paul is also an OFSTED inspector and an associate for Coventry Diocesan Board of Education. In addition to this he provides leadership support to a range of multi academy trusts, federations and clusters and Paul is currently supporting well over 100 schools. He is also a School Improvement Reviewer.
Establish and articulate your vision for your ‘outstanding’ school;
Appreciate the importance of creating the right culture and the things that can develop this;
Understand the importance of involving all stakeholders in formulating the vision and creating the culture;
Explore key features of high performing teams and identify how these can be developed in our own school;
Consider various ways that outstanding schools have developed effective leadership practices
Reflect on the role the curriculum plays in creating an outstanding school
Consider ways that teaching pedagogy can be enhanced particularly through coaching
Engage with a process that leaders can use to challenge underperformance sensitively but robustly
Have a deeper understanding of how the inspection handbook evaluates ‘outstanding’ provision
Explore ways to develop pupil leadership
Have a wider appreciation of the first impressions your school gives
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