Excellence in educational leadership <br />ADHS Conference Workshop<br />Graeme Logan<br />HM Inspector of Education<br />
Workshop activities<br />Transformational grids: improving leadership<br />Journey to Excellence leadership clips<br />Ref...
Turning the school aims into action<br />In one school the head teacher asked <br />everyone to agree which school aim the...
High expectations for all <br />Celebrating achievement, challenging underachievement  <br />Kersland School <br />Whitele...
Distributive leadership <br />A culture not just a role<br />Agreeing outcomes, focus and timeline <br />Involving staff, ...
The Challenge for Parent Councils….<br />Not just supporting the school…. but <br />helping to continually improve it<br />
Building leadership capacity – discussion of interesting strategies<br />Policy for parents, pupils and staff:<br />Before...
Transformational change<br />Meeting the needs of every child in every <br />class, through the highest quality learning <...
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Workshop1 Graeme Logan

  1. 1. Excellence in educational leadership <br />ADHS Conference Workshop<br />Graeme Logan<br />HM Inspector of Education<br />
  2. 2. Workshop activities<br />Transformational grids: improving leadership<br />Journey to Excellence leadership clips<br />Reflecting on 2 recent examples<br />Learning together resource <br />Group discussion and individual next steps <br />
  3. 3. Turning the school aims into action<br />In one school the head teacher asked <br />everyone to agree which school aim they <br />are helping to achieve when they meet <br />together as groups or teams of pupils, parents <br />and staff. This enabled all stakeholders to <br />understand how their daily choices and <br />activities were helping to realise the school’s <br />vision.<br />
  4. 4. High expectations for all <br />Celebrating achievement, challenging underachievement <br />Kersland School <br />Whitelees Primary School <br />
  5. 5. Distributive leadership <br />A culture not just a role<br />Agreeing outcomes, focus and timeline <br />Involving staff, young people and parents <br />
  6. 6. The Challenge for Parent Councils….<br />Not just supporting the school…. but <br />helping to continually improve it<br />
  7. 7. Building leadership capacity – discussion of interesting strategies<br />Policy for parents, pupils and staff:<br />Before you present a problem or <br />difficulty, you must have thought of<br />2 possible solutions<br />
  8. 8. Transformational change<br />Meeting the needs of every child in every <br />class, through the highest quality learning <br />experiences. <br />

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