Don't be soft - Getting Ofsted Inspection Right - "Supporting inspection, as a Governor, sympathetically and successfully"
Deliverer: Robin Hammerton
Date: Wednesday 7th March 2018
Time: 5:30 pm - 7:15 pm (coffee from 5:00 pm)
Venue: Joy Lane Primary School
Course Fee: £30
- Supporting inspection, as a Governor, sympathetically and successfully
- Seeing the process from the Inspector’s viewpoint
- Contributing to self-evaluation and the school’s narrative
- Understanding that it’s not really about Ofsted, but School improvement and the pupils
- Considering the importance of curriculum
About the Facilitator
Robin Hammerton has worked as an HMI, Headteacher and LA Officer. He is a consultant who continues to work as a lead inspector and is able to offer an understanding of Ofsted inspections for schools. He will not however represent Ofsted on this course. As an HMI he held many roles such as National Advisor for Personalisation and vulnerable groups.
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
School Governors – Infant, Junior, Primary and Secondary Schools
To book your place please complete the booking form and return to EKLA:
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