Mid-career teachers represent more than half of those leaving our schools every year, and women aged 30-39 are consistently the largest demographic to go. Are the solutions quick and easy? … some of them, but the big shifts in working conditions that will improve the retention rate amongst mother-teachers will boost wellbeing, quality of teaching and learning, and retention across all demographics.
Thames Gateway TSH together with Berkshire Teaching School Hub and The MaternityTeacher PaternityTeacher Project to run online sessions for the above programme. These sessions will be a combination of expert and research based input, interactive and collaborative problem solving and reflection, and context specific goal setting and action planning.
Making the Difference - Ensuring Success for Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Pupils
Making the Difference – Ensuring Success for Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Pupils
Thames Gateway Teaching School Hub are proud to be working with Greenshaw Research Trust to deliver this specialist course that will equip school leaders with a set of principals about how best to address these challenges within each individual school context.
Aimed at SENDCOs, Inclusion Leads and Senior Leaders this course will explore the successful implementation of the ‘EEF’s SEN in Mainstream Schools Guidance Report’. The course will involve 4 facilitated sessions in year one covering 6 modules, followed by bespoke coaching in year two.
Monday 20 November 2023 Monday 29 January 2024 Monday 18 March 2024 Monday 17 June 2024
Time : All dates listed above will be 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
Venue : Leigh Academy Rainham, Otterham Quay Lane, Rainham, Kent ME8 8GS
Please register your interest by completing this Google form.
Group Coaching Programme
Group Coaching Programme
One-day introduction to group coaching for teachers and leaders to explore models of team coaching.
Expectations and Goals : This course is designed to introduce participants to the practice of group coaching.
We will share research, advice and guidance and offer a safe space to explore and address potential challenges
Participants will leave with a clear sense of the ways in which group coaching can be utilised in their own school, and with an implementation plan for their specific area of focus, as well as the contact details of a community of coaches to draw upon for ongoing support and guidance.
Date : Tuesday 6 February 2024
Time : 9.30 am – 4.00 pm
Venue : Leigh Academy Rainham, ME8 8GS
Cost : £150 per person (we suggest you send two people from your school to work on the implementation plans during the course – £250 if two from the same school)
To register your attendance please complete this google form.