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Code: REA-1273 GDPR and You - HR Webinar (Session 3)

HR will be running a set of webinars in the Leadership Series and Management Essentials.

The GDPR and You webinars will cover the aspects of General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), each session vary in content but will cover one of the following topics:

  • GDPR principles and compliance with the regulations
  • Privacy notices and processing personal data
  • Subject access requests (SAR) and timelines
  • Freedom of information (FOI) requests and Environmental Information Regulation (EIR) requests
  • Dealing with a data breach
  • Role of the Data Processing Officer (DPO)

This session is the third webinar of the GDPR and You series and will focus on the role of the school and the DPO and DPIA’s. You do not need to have participated in the previous GDPR and You webinars to attend this session, you can access previous session content by visiting the HR Training Resources pages on Reach In / Training and Development / Training Resources / HR.

You will need to have access to zoom to join the webinar which will be delivered by Peter Noskiw.

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Session Session date Session time Session venue Map
1 21 June 2021 15:00 - 16:00 Via Zoom (Please email Admin) Map

Code: NHIP5-20 New Headteacher Induction Programme (Module 5): Beyond Monitoring - Interrogating Reality

The ‘New Headteacher’ Induction Programme provides newly appointed Headteachers development in key areas of headship and an opportunity to learn through networking, training and personal support.  The programme content is designed to reflect the Headteacher job description and has been developed with feedback from participants of our previous induction programmes.  There are a series of development modules to attend as part of the programme. 

Development Module 5 will be run by Andrew Rigby, Director of Standards and Excellence and will a session for discussion and reflection on your school systems for monitoring, self-evaluation and the inspection framework. The content of this session may be altered dependent on prescient educational priorities at the time of delivery but should cover the following:

  • Sharing good practice - what is ‘monitoring’ and ‘self-evaluation’?
  • Official Truth Vs Ground Truth
  • Practicing ‘Squid Eye’ and ‘Spotting the Tells’
  • Systems, Systems, Systems… and people.
  • OFSTED and External Accountability


Key Objectives

  • To stimulate thinking and discussion about approaches to monitoring and self-evaluation
  • To consider the challenges of being prepared for external accountability
  • To reflect on current practice and identify strengths and areas for improvement

 

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Session Session date Session time Session venue Map
1 21 June 2021 13:30 - 15:00 Zoom Map

Code: RQT-C7-1 Recently Qualified Teacher (RQT) Programme - Cluster 7 TRIAL ONLY

*** PLEASE ALSO READ ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS ***
*** BOTH PARTICIPANT FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED TO REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAMME ***

Who is this programme for?

This programme will be trialled in 2020-21 within Cluster 7 ONLY with a potential Trust wide roll-out in 2021-22. All Cluster 7 schools with RQTs who have recently completed their NQT year will be eligible to take part.

The Recently Qualified Teacher (RQT) programme is aimed at those in their second year of teaching who seek to develop their expertise in teaching and increase their impact in the classroom and beyond. This programme comes ahead of the national roll-out of the Early Career Framework, which provides an entitlement to early career teacher professional development for the first three years of a teacher’s career.

What is the purpose of this programme?

This programme moves beyond knowledge sharing and practice, and focuses on teachers working collaboratively beyond their own school to develop their expertise in an area of personal interest which should also be pertinent to School and Cluster Development Plans. The programme is based on a Joint Practice Development (JPD) model which is defined as a ‘process of learning new ways of working through mutual engagement that opens up and shares practices with others’ (Fielding 2005).

Course duration

Taking place over the course of the academic year, RQTs will undertake several JPD cycles for their area of focus. Please see attached documents for further information about the programme structure.

How to register?

If you wish to register your RQTs for the trial programme, download and complete the two participant information forms provided on reach teach. The Headteacher will need to please email the completed participant forms to etsa@tidemillacademy.org confirming the name and email address of the RQT. 

If you are from outside cluster 7 and interested in future RQT programmes please email etsa on the above email address to discuss further.

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Session Session date Session time Session venue Map
1 06 October 2020 14:30 - 16:30 Webinar Map
2 20 October 2020 15:30 - 16:15 Webinar Map
3 07 January 2021 14:30 - 16:00 Via Zoom (Please email Admin) Map
4 18 January 2021 15:30 - 16:15 Webinar Map
5 27 April 2021 14:30 - 16:00 Via Zoom (Please email Admin) Map
6 21 June 2021 15:30 - 16:15 Webinar Map
7 08 July 2021 12:30 - 14:30 TBC Map