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Systematic talent management has a positive effect on school improvement, performance and the recruitment and retention of the best teaching talent

Equality & Diversity
 

This joint project bid from ATSA (Alban Teaching School Alliance) and CTSA brings together two TSA's with close ties through frequent collaborative work, and who were pivotal in establishing the Herts and Luton sub-regional group. This is further strenghtened through the support of the Regional Lead for the NWLSC region.

CTSA and ATSA have demonstrated clear engagement in the Equality & Diversity agenda, across the sub region in which 11 projects currently run (2017-2018)

Please read the following documents for more information:

Equality & Diversity Project Guidance Notes

Equality & Diversity Fund Participant Analysis

NWLSC QA Framework 2019

 

Headteacher Well-being Programme

We are pleased to be working with Karin Horowitz to offer the above year-long programme for Heads and Executive Heads.  Beginning in October 2018 it will help delegates develop sustainability and resilience in their roles.

Course outline and dates are available here.

 

Outstanding Senior Leadership Programme

Current leaders in Chiltern Learning Trust and further afield are leading this new programme to equip current Assistant and Deputy Heads to be able to step up to Headship.

 

Flier available here.

 

Leadership Development and Succession Planning

This part of the teaching school’s role is not just about securing headteacher supply: it is clear from current practice and research that systematic talent management has a positive effect on school improvement, performance and the recruitment and retention of the best teaching talent. We have a direct expectation from the Government to take up this challenge:

“In particular, we will expect teaching schools to identify and develop teachers with the potential to take on headship. We will continue to fund succession planning work (via the teaching schools) in the areas with the biggest challenges.”

HM Government, 2010:28 para 2.45

It is part of our Teaching School plan to develop a local talent management strategy across our alliance of schools, including creating and distributing a directory of potential school leaders.

Denbigh High School, a strategic partner within the alliance, is part of the Leadership Partner Schools Network working across alliances to develop effective practice in leadership development and succession planning. 

 

 

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