Leading an Effective Personal Development Programme

Leading an Effective Personal Development Programme

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Date(s) - 27/06/2024
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

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£30 per person

This session aims to help senior leaders, middle leaders and aspiring middle leaders develop an effective personal development programme. Personal Development is one of OFSTED’s four key areas of focus.

Suitable for Teachers, School Leaders and Senior Leaders in Secondary Schools

Join this interactive session to develop your knowledge and for practical suggestions of how best to deliver an effective personal development curriculum. We will consider a range of approaches and practical strategies to help you deliver:

  • A relationship based behaviour management system
  • A wide ranging and inclusive extracurricular offer
  • An effective and responsive PSHE and RSE program
  • A successful careers program
  • A broad range of student leadership opportunities
  • An effective hidden curriculum which will build character, confidence and resilience

Within this session time will be given for participants to discuss ideas and share practice.

Rob Bown is a member of the leadership team at Cheney School with responsibility for personal development. He has written about the development of character in state schools. Rob is an accredited and experienced facilitator and has delivered CPD for teachers and middle leaders across Oxfordshire.

A note about personal development at Cheney School.

The school has a rich personal development programme and provides strong careers education. Both are carefully thought through from Year 7 to the end of the sixth form. Personal development is sensitively and effectively delivered, including to pupils with SEND. Consequently, pupils know how to keep themselves safe and healthy, including when online. They show a real interest in modern society and enjoy exploring issues linked to equality and different cultures or backgrounds. Sixth-form students are excellent role models for these discussions. Pupils also participate in the wide range of clubs and leadership activities that are run inclusively. The careers programme benefits from strong links with local employers and training providers. It prepares all pupils very well for future study and employment. Older pupils particularly appreciate opportunities for work experience. Where required, the school provides targeted support for pupils to access all aspects of careers education.

Accessing the online event

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We do not provide refunds if you are unable to access the event due to technical issues that are beyond our control.

Participation in online events

In all cases, at the beginning of the session to confirm your identity please ensure that your camera is on, your username matches the name you registered with and that you register in ‘chat’ with your first name, second name and organisation. This is for security and registration purposes and we may remove, without refunds, participants who have not confirmed their identity as described above.

Our online events aim to be interactive and at times you may be expected to have your camera and microphone on during the session, although usually your microphone should be muted.

We may use ‘Raised Hands’, ‘Reactions’, ‘Chat’, ‘Polls’, shared whiteboards and shared screens during the session. We may also use ‘Breakout Rooms’ to allow you to work in a smaller group.

This event will not be recorded for copyright and privacy reasons.

Payment

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Refunds

No refunds will be given with less than 30 days notice.

In the event of a refund request, please note that the Eventbrite booking fee of 6.95% plus 0.59p per ticket is not refundable.

To keep our event fees as low as possible, we are not able to issue invoices for payment by cheque or bank transfer and we are not able to reserve places without payment.

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