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  • The future in Warwickshire Headteachers Conference Ettington Chase Hotel February 9 and 10 2009
  • Welcome to your conference Michel Laurent-Régisse Conference facilitator
  • SOME HOUSE-KEEPING POINTS
    • Michel Laurent-Régisse , Conference facilitator
  • House – keeping
    • Mobile phones
    • Fire exits and safety
    • Programme for the day
    • Group numbers for connecting conversations / Workshop choices
    • Your conference
      • Your passion
      • Your beliefs
      • Your thinking
      • Your voice
  • WELCOME AND INTRODUCTORY ADDRESS
    • Mark Gore, Head of Service, Transforming Education
  • Head of Service TRANSFORMING EDUCATION Mark Gore
    • WELCOME
    • (and Thanks!)
    Transforming Education
  • Transforming Education
    • CONTEXT
    • CYPF
    • ESN
    • INTEGRATED SERVICES
    • LOCALITY / AREA FOCUS
    • JAR / CPA
  • Transforming Education
    • CONTEXT
    • PACE OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
    • ECM OUTCOMES
    • DEMANDS ON HEADS / LEADERS
  • Transforming Education
    • PRIMARY STRATEGY for CHANGE
    • BID ACCEPTED – without reservation / exemplar
    • CAPITAL ALLOCATIONS CONFIRMED
    • £4.9m 2009 / 10
    • £7.9m 2010 / 11
    • … NOT ABOUT BUILDINGS …. TRANSFORMATION ….
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PRINCIPLE 1
    • Education will raise standards and inspire children to become resilient confident, curious and capable learners who can make a positive contribution within a rapidly changing world.
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PRINCIPLE 2
    • To promote life-long learning fit for the 21 st Century, facilities will offer easy access and provide a full range of services for all families, reflecting the needs and aspirations of the community.
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • EXTENDED SERVICES STRATEGY
    • DEVELOPMENT OF EXTENDED SERVICES
    • SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES
    • SCHOOLS AT THE HEART OF THE COMMUNITY
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • ESTATES STRATEGY
    • AREA PLANS - demographics
    • - condition of buildings
    • - early years
    • - extended services
    • INVESTMENT STRATEGY
    • SCHOOL DESIGN
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PRINCIPLE 3
    • Units of learning will be of a variable size having leadership structures that are flexible and responsive to local need and will contribute to the development of life-long learning for the community.
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • ‘ LEADERS OF LEARNING’
    • ‘ DISTRIBUTIVE LEADERSHIP’
    • COLLABORATION & CLUSTERS
    • NEW PATTERNS OF SCHOOL ORGANISATION
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PRINCIPLE 4
    • All facilities will have flexible, reliable, safe and secure ICT systems and infrastructures. This will support the learning community by providing effective learning, teaching, communication and collaboration opportunities with access to the global classroom
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PRINCIPLE 5
    • Learning communities will promote equity, inclusion and cohesion
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • INCLUSION
    • INTEGRATED SERVICES / CAF
    • SOCIAL COHESION
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PROGRESS TO DATE / NEXT STEPS
    • CONSULTATION ON BID
    • PARTICIPATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE
    • BUSINESS MEETING : CHANGE HAPPENS
    • CONFERENCE
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PROGRESS TO DATE / NEXT STEPS
    • NATIONAL STRATEGIES – focus on teaching and learning
    • NEW PATTERNS OF LEADERSHIP – working group in place
    • ESTATES STRATEGY – focus on key areas
    • design of school buildings
  • TRANSFORMING EDUCATION
    • PROGRESS TO DATE / NEXT STEPS
    • ICT – new policy / practice document
    • INCLUSION – integrated services
    • CAF / ESN
    • clusters
  • CONNECTING CONVERSATIONS
    • Michel Laurent-Régisse , Conference facilitator
  • Connecting Conversations
    • Purpose:
      • to bring your talk forward
      • to connect you with each other
      • to model the underlying theme of “good talk”
      • to focus on some things that matter
    • Accepting and submitting to the discipline
    • Your number – connects you to others
    • Social seating
      • group dialogues to 10.45
      • Refreshment served to you
  • DRUM CAFÉ
    • Working together
  • RELATIONAL LEARNING AND THE POWER OF DIALOGUE
    • George Otero
  • LUNCH
    • Please return promptly at 1.45pm
  • SUMMARY OF CONNECTING CONVERSATIONS
    • Michel Laurent-Régisse , Conference facilitator
  • LEADERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE
    • Sian Carr, Operational Director, Stakeholders and Networks, NCSL
  • WORKSHOPS
    • Michel Laurent-Régisse , Conference facilitator
  • Workshops – close at 3.15
    • Workshop 1: The restaurant paradigm – Paul Bridle – Dickens
    • Workshop 2: Communities – George Otero and Tess White – Wilde
    • Workshop 3: New Leaders – Jan Page, NCSL - Carroll
    • Workshop 4: Transitional Analysis – Sue Herdman - Byron
    • Workshop 5: How behaviour impacts on Leadership – Joyce James – Kingsley
    • Workshop 6: System Leadership – Michel Laurent-Régisse – Brontë 1
    • Refreshment break 3.15 to 3.45 – please return promptly at 3.45
    • Have been limited to 25 capacity
    • You will be guided!
  • WHAT HAS BEEN SAID SO FAR AND WHERE IS IT TAKING US?
    • Paul Bridle, Leadership Methodologist
  • CONFERENCE RE-OPENS AT 9.15 TOMORROW
    • Close