Virtual Leadership Networks
Our Virtual Leadership Networks are meeting over the next few weeks to discuss how we support wellbeing, transition and change across our school communities. There are now over 200 members and new members are always welcome.
Find out more: DHT Network participant information
Join the Team: NA DHT Network
Find out more: Middle Leaders Network participant information
Join the Team: NA Middle Leaders Network
Education Scotland Professional Learning and Leadership
Education Scotland are currently advertising some fantastic events to support leadership of learning and teaching. Access the full list at: EdSPLL Events.
Teacher and Middle Leader Programmes are open for registration through May and June. Find out more and apply here: EdSPLL Programmes
Getting started with Coaching – Introductory Level
Over 200 educators have now taken part in Northern Alliance Coaching Programmes at different levels, building their confidence and capacity to coach others as well as learning how to facilitate professional learning for colleagues. “Getting started with coaching” is suitable for those who are new to coaching or who would like to refresh their skills. Cohort 6 commences Thu 13th May 2021, over two weeks, with an option to attend a 3rd session for those who would like to join a peer coaching trio.
Find out more & apply: Getting Started with Coaching
Have you ever thought about Masters Leadership learning but been put off by the cost or just not knowing what to expect? The Exploring Leadership programme is open to teachers who are new to university based leadership learning and who would like to take a first step with like-minded colleagues from across the Northern Alliance. Twenty places are being funded for a 12 week programme commencing September 2021. Find out more here and apply by the 29th May 2021: Exploring Leadership Link to follow
A wide range of Level 11 programmes, including Middle Leadership, are also funded annually through Scottish Government funding, in partnership with local authorities. Look out for information in the next few weeks.
The purpose of the Northern Alliance Subject Support groups (NASSG) is to work together to bring about improvement within shared priorities by offering space and peer support to:
- think, learn, talk, problem solve and innovate;
- share ideas, interests and experience;
- carry out developments and processes such as moderation together.
Find out more and join a group by following the links in this sway: Northern Alliance Secondary Support Groups
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