Commencing March 2021, a new six session training programme for teachers to become school mental health champions. The programme is led by Place2Be and will cost just £195 for fellowship schools and £295 for others. For more information click here.
BUILDING BACK BETTERBe part of our new community of practice
If you are interesting in trying to rethink the why, what, how and where of learning with a view to researching and initiating some changes in your school, you might want to consider joining our new community of practice.
Join Brian Lightman, John West-Burnham and Malcolm Groves online at 4pm on September 24th to find out more
TAKING ENGAGEMENT TO THE NEXT LEVELNEW DATES: MARCH 16 and MARCH 18 2021
This two-part online workshop for school leaders , organsied in partnership with Edge Future Learning, is being led by Professor Mick Waters and Maggie Farrar. They will look at how we can engage more productively with our students, parents and communities.
Tickets £25 per part
One place free for Fellowship and Edge schools, members £15
FLIPPING SCHOOLS!NEW BOOK FEATURES TWO SOTO SCHOOLS
The new book from John West-Burnham and Malcolm Groves looks at the evidence for changing the way we think about school improvement and paying far more attention to family and community engagement.
Our online Gauging Success toolkit for Fellowship schools looks for more balanced ways to judge school success, using the four quadrant framework, engaging stakeholders, and above all asking powerful questions.
What lies aheadSeizing our own power and potential
Thinking through how your school responds to the present challenges? You may want to download these presentations from some of our recent events. Use the links below.
Leading in two worldsCome to the edge
Thinking through how your leadership can best respond to the present challenges whilst also turning towards a better future? You may want to download the presentations from one of our recent events, by clicking here.
This is the first part of a two-part Zoom conference workshop with PROFESSOR MICK WATERS, UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON AND MAGGIE FARRAR They will explore in practical terms how schools can best develop a shared commitment and shared understanding of purpose and quality with their students, their parents and their wider communities. What does it mean for learning? What does it mean for culture and relationships? What do we need to do differently as a result? FREE PLACE FOR SOTO FELLOWSHIP SCHOOLS, MEMBER RATE FOR ADDITIONAL PLACES AND FOR EDGE MEMBERS £15 NON-MEMBER RATE £25 per part. Please book separately for each part.