Performance Management : Getting the process right - PM session

Are you getting the best out of your current performance management process?  Is it designed to support strong levels of teacher professional development or is it a one-size-fits-all approach? Does it generate unnecessary workload for your teachers, SLT and governors?

The drive by central government to improve teacher recruitment, retention and reduce workload has contributed to the development of more imaginative and creative responses from an increasing number of education professionals and employers. Many traditional processes have been challenged including, for example, how marking, assessment, data and lesson observations are managed in schools and used to contribute to the performance management process.

This new half-day seminar provides delegates with the opportunity to consider and evaluate their current practice against the backdrop of some of the most forward-thinking processes implemented recently in different schools. Key questions to consider include:
  • •    Is it linked effectively to strategies designed to raise standards at all levels of the school/trust/local authority?
  • •    Does teacher professional development and the improvement of their classroom performance lie at its heart?
  • •    To what extent does it effectively support and complement the organisation’s pay and capability policies and vice versa?
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  • (A light lunch and refreshments are included.)
Speaker
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Martin Cain

ASCL National Negotiator and Education Consultant

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Participants will:

  • have a full understanding of the latest government guidance and frameworks
  • explore practical examples which have been successfully implemented in schools, including:
  • objective setting 
  • lesson observation and other related quality assurance protocols 
  • approaches to pay progression and capability
  • having a positive impact on workload 

£150 + VAT

Suitable for CEOs, headteachers, deputy and assistant headteachers, HR advisors, business leaders and middle leaders in primary, secondary, sixth form colleges and independent schools.

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