Topic outline

  • District priorities:

    Priority 1: To improve outcomes (educational and social) for children and young people from minority backgrounds and groups

    Priority 2: To improve educational outcomes, including for children at SEND support

    Priority 3: To strengthen leadership capacity in schools and across the districts

    • interrogate and understand the wide range of data available, with reference to equity and equality;
    • develop increased staff confidence in supporting improved inclusion in schools;
    • support schools to strengthen their curriculum offer, ensuring that children see themselves reflected through it;
    • challenge inequalities.

    • support leaders’ use of data to effectively identify children who are at risk of not meeting the standard;
    • develop increased staff confidence and ability to diminish the gaps;
    • strengthen the strategic role and impact of key leaders in the school, including SENDCOs;
    • support the implementation of training materials in schools;
    • improve educational engagement and attendance and reduce suspensions;
    • strengthen support staff’s understanding of the expected standard and the impact of interventions in the classroom.
    • provide opportunities for leaders to work collaboratively and to provide peer to peer support;
    • provide training and development for those who are new to their role;
    • provide training opportunities for aspiring leaders for leaders.

     

     

     

     

    • District offers 2024/25

      Diversity and Equality Networks and EARA groups

      The focus for the network meetings will be ‘diversifying the curriculum and environment’. The EARA meetings  will provide an opportunity for the children to take a lead in promoting Rights and Equality through pupil voice and contribute pro-actively to promoting a more inclusive culture in their schools.

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      Assessment across the wider curriculum

      This is a course to support the development of effective assessment within the Foundation subjects.

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      Excellent Teacher Program

      Using UPR teachers to develop high quality teacher pedagogy through a peer review program.

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      Transforming SEND Module One

      Facilitated sessions to support school leaders to access and review the online SEN modules 

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      Meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and maths at the end of KS2 for children at SEN support – CPD for LSAs

      The course is targeted at LSAs in Year 5 or 6 in primaries and juniors with a more significant number of children at SEN support, with the aim of supporting the children at SEN support to get as close to the ARE standard as possible by the end of the year.

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      Y6 data project

      Support schools with improving outcomes at the EOKS2 through the forensic use of data and the rapid identification of those children at risk of not ‘keeping up’ and not meeting the expected standard at the end of Year 6

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      Parent Engagement Project

      Increasing numbers of complaints across the LA would indicate that parent engagement could be more effective in schools. The cutting of external services means that there is a greater need for schools to work more collaboratively with schools.

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      New to Subject leadership

      Understand the importance of having clarity of end points for the subject. How to sequence the curriculum, Monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the curriculum. How to measure impact, improving outcomes for pupils. Role of assessment.

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      HT Mentor Training 

      To ensure consistent and effective support for HTs new to their posts, provided by experienced HTs who feel well supported by the LA and through a collaborative approach with other HT mentors

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      Strategic SENCOs

      Supporting your SENCo with a strategic understanding of their role and how to impact whole school needs. The aim is also to provide a support network, and the time and space to consider strategic priorities. 

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      DHT Network - Winchester

      To enable schools to work together, to share best practice and problem solve

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      DHT Network - Eastleigh

      To enable schools to work together, to share best practice and problem solve

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      Exec HT Network

      This network is designed to facilitate conversation, problem solving and develop closer networking relationships for those working in Federations. The sessions will be tailored to the group.

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      Demonstrating Curriculum Impact – Developing a subject leader toolkit

      To support DHTs that have taken on an acting headship within their own school.  Intended impact to develop confidence in leadership and secure aspiration for headship.

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      Year 6 data Follow up course

      Recap the learning from the previous course and consider how provision is going to be adapted for the current Year 6.

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