and mental wellbeing for children and young people
Developing a Culture of Supervision in School
Workshop with National Hub for Supervision in Education Leeds Beckett University leedsbeckett.ac.uk/nhse
There has been a growing interest in supervision for educational professionals from schools and MATs in Cornwall. Some group supervision for TIS and other wellbeing practitioners has been provided through the Headstart funding which is due to stop at the end of this academic year. The Educational Psychology Service and Headstart Kernow have arranged for this fully funded opportunity for 15 senior leaders from schools/MATs in Cornwall. We hope that by providing this opportunity it will help schools/MATs to consider how best to be able to provide supervision and reflective practice opportunities going forward.
This workshop will enable senior leaders to develop and implement a culture of supervision throughout their school/organisation.
Using research and evidence-based approaches the course will include strategies for culture development as well as how to create an action plan for implementation within a school/education provider.
Outline of the programme
This programme will support learners to:
- Develop an understanding of what Supervision is and de-mystify what supervision isn’t.
- Develop an understanding of the process of supervision and how it works during and in between sessions.
- Develop an understanding of who will benefit from receiving supervision.
- Develop an understanding of what impact supervision can have on the whole school as well as the individual.
- Develop an understanding of ethical practice and supervision.
- Develop an action plan to implement a supervision strategy at your school/organisation which include:
- Leadership & Strategy
- Organisational Structure & Culture - Staff
- Organisational Structure & Culture - Pupils
- Support for Staff
- Professional Learning & Development
- Support for Pupils
- Working with Parents & Carers
- Working with External Services
2 x 90min workshops
16th September 2022 13.30 - 15.00 and 12th October 2022 13.30 - 15.00. Book Here
You must be able to attend both dates
The cost of this opportunity is being funded by the Wellbeing Return for Education Funding.
Please contact us to be added to the waiting list
You may be asked to contribute your feedback to the Educational Psychology Service so we can evaluate the workshops and the impact they have had.
If you would like some further information about this then please contact Clare Lowry, Principal Educational Psychologist firstname.lastname@example.org
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