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Ex Head Teacher in Special Education, now retired and working for an Independent SEN company, supporting students that do not access mainstream education. My resources cover a wide range of school related topics that help to develop staff expertise and wider 'whole school development'. My resources also include numerous PSHE/Life Skill modules I have written and delivered in AP and SE.

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Ex Head Teacher in Special Education, now retired and working for an Independent SEN company, supporting students that do not access mainstream education. My resources cover a wide range of school related topics that help to develop staff expertise and wider 'whole school development'. My resources also include numerous PSHE/Life Skill modules I have written and delivered in AP and SE.
Exemplar Head/Deputy Head Letter
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Exemplar Head/Deputy Head Letter

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A letter template of 2 sides that can be used to shape your application letters and Personal Statements for Senior Leadership Posts; I have shaped this letter over the years and it has helped me to be selected for numerous interviews. Having recently retired, I am hoping this will help other colleagues to achieve the same.
Interview Tasks for a Senior Leader or AHT
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Interview Tasks for a Senior Leader or AHT

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Are you interviewing for a new Senior leader or AHT (Assistant Headteacher)? This resource contains 5 tasks that can be implemented to your days programme that will support the panel decision to appoint the right person for the job. The resource contains: AHT Questions In-Tray exercise 1 In-Tray exercise 2 A goldfish Bowl exercise that is witnessed by a member of the interview panel Student Discussion Task led by the candidates These are ‘real’ resources that I have used as part of my interview process for an AHT to help secure the appointment of the ‘right person’ for the role. This was for a PRU but the resources can so easily be adapted to suit any provision.
Setting up a School Council
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Setting up a School Council

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This resource contains some useful ideas for setting up your Student Council/Parliament alongside a PSHE/Tutor lesson activity designed to support student understanding of the kind of qualities that are required of Council Members. It also contains two templates, including a meeting agenda template and a voting slip.
Behaviour Risk Assessment
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Behaviour Risk Assessment

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A Behaviour Risk Assessment that can be used for targeted students in any provision, but more especially in Special Education and Pupil Referral Units. A clear and precise template to identify risk and associated interventions that support targeted students.
Respect - An extensive module of work for KS3 or KS4
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Respect - An extensive module of work for KS3 or KS4

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An 8 week module for KS3/KS4 or for students in Alternative Provision. There is a focus on how students develop their own self respect, alongside how respect should be shown for others. The module focuses on… Respecting others Students respecting themselves, including a number of self reflection exercises How to develop self-respect How others see me (the student) writing a positive personal statement
Strategic Improvement of Attendance(Updated for September 2020)
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Strategic Improvement of Attendance(Updated for September 2020)

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An extensive resource that will support you in making wholesale improvements to levels of absence across your school. More than ever and especially from September when it is hoped that all students can return to school safely, the monitoring and tracking of attendance and student absence, becomes a key priority for Senior Leaders and Pastoral Staff. Having been a Deputy Head in a school which fell into SM because of poor attendance, I have hands on experience of what it takes to change the culture of school attendance which must include students and all stakeholders across the school. This pack is focused on sharing… A whole school Improvement Plan for Attendance - one I actually devised as part of our HMI monitoring. A whole school 12 page document on actions required to change the culture of attendance across your school, which I had written as part of my work when we were in SM. The document identifies the individual responsibilities of all staff, from form tutors through to senior leaders and Administrative support, to help raise the profile of improving levels of student absence. A Review document to work alongside your Action Plan to identify the evidence of improvement - real life examples added for you to use. This pack will compliment my other resource called Monitoring and Tracking School Attendance-Post Lockdown.
Stopping Swearing
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Stopping Swearing

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A mini-module that I wrote for Life Skills lessons in my role as Head of a PRU. It challenges the students to reflect upon using more appropriate language in and around the school site and to look at alternatives to the inappropriate words students would often use. This resource can be slotted in at any stage to a PSHE, Life Skills or Citizenship Programme.
Behaviour Training for Lunch-time Supervisors
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Behaviour Training for Lunch-time Supervisors

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All staff require appropriate training - this resource is the transcript and task notes for a short training session I delivered to Lunch Time Supervisors and Play Leaders. It contains information on assertiveness training and basic Behaviour Mangement tips for Lunch Time staff.
Middle Leader Training - Developing your Middle Leadership Teams
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Middle Leader Training - Developing your Middle Leadership Teams

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Middle Leaders are the real drivers of school improvement; they are the heartbeat and engine room of a school and we need to ensure they are fully supported. This 2 hour training session was delivered to the Middle Leadership Team across the Service, as a starting point for a real focus on their development and it was received very well by the team. The session initially focuses on the meaning of leadership and the characteristics of good middle leaders, alongside the difference between management and leadership. It then moves to focus on the role of the middle leader and expectations for their role in schools as well as potential training needs for further development. Feedback on the interactive session was very positive.
Learning to Learn Module (Updated)
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Learning to Learn Module (Updated)

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This in-depth 10-12 week module can be delivered as part of any Life Skills or PSHE Programme in upper primary or lower KS3 age groups. The module focuses on supporting students to become more independent in their learning; topics include: Personal organisation Time management Memory work What a good learner looks like What good learning looks like How to manage distractions in learning What to do when they get stuck Developing ‘Noticing’ Skills Identifying strengths Going for ‘Goal’
Middle Leader/Head of Department Letter
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Middle Leader/Head of Department Letter

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Are you an aspiring Head of Department or looking to move into Middle Leadership, if so please read on…this resource is an actual letter for a theoretical role. Based on the success of my Exemplar Deputy Head/Head letter, I have written a letter for aspiring MIddle Leaders. The one side of A4 letter provides an exemplar letter for such a role; it provides all the buzz words and sentences from which you can develop your own narrative and it provides a structure to your letter that will make it stand out from the crowd.
Introducing Alcohol Education as part of PSHE
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Introducing Alcohol Education as part of PSHE

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A module of work for upper KS3 or KS4 students, written to introduce students to the dangers of alcohol. This SOW would fit as part of any whole school PSHE or Life Skills Programme for mainstream or Alternative Provision.
British Values - An Introduction To Rules and Laws
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British Values - An Introduction To Rules and Laws

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A 6 week module for KS3 or upper Primary that can be added to any PSHE/British Values Programme. It works students through the need for rules and law in society, expectations in school and in the home, how the law is made and then additional lessons on rights and responsibilities in a modern society.
What is Leadership?
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What is Leadership?

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Are you requiring a quick reference for defining Leadership? After studying a Masters in Educational Leadership I have collated a number of key statements that will help you to prepare more fully for interviews and associated application forms and personal statements. It will also help you in delivering training on Management and Leadership for your SLT and Middle Leaders.
Behaviour Case Study Template
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Behaviour Case Study Template

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We all require a good template at times to showcase key data. This resource identifies key areas of data relating to individual student behaviour that can be used to present key findings to a Line Manager, school Governors or indeed OfSTED. It can be tweeked to suit the kind of data required and the way in which behaviour is tracked in your school.
Behaviour Support Programme 1  Getting Along With Others
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Behaviour Support Programme 1 Getting Along With Others

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This is Part 1 of 3 Behaviour Support Programmes. The BSP 1 is a module of work that can be used with students who are unable to demonstrate effective social skills and frequently allow their emotions to get the better of them, often demonstrating bouts of anger and increased emotion. The module is best suited to be delivered by a Mentor or Behaviour Coach in a 1-1 or small group environment. It consists of between 4-6 lessons and contains all appropriate worksheets and lesson guidance.
Differentiation PowerPoint
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Differentiation PowerPoint

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A presentation I wrote and delivered on Differentiation for staff training. The slides explain clearly what differentiation is, how it links to effective learning for all students and the keys ways to differentiate in the classroom.
Work Scrutiny Monitoring Form
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Work Scrutiny Monitoring Form

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A Template that will help Senior Teams and Middle Leaders collate evidence on student work in a coherent and straight forward manner. It already contains a number of key areas of focus that will be required by your teams, however it can easily be adapted to suit your establishment.
Careers Action Plan
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Careers Action Plan

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A useful tool/template that can be completed by students in year 9 - 11, to help them track future career plans and identify the steps they need to take in order for them to achieve their goal. Help students answer three key questions: Where are they now? Where do they want to be in 5 years time? What do they need to do to get there?
Positive Teacher Language for Behaviour Incidents
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Positive Teacher Language for Behaviour Incidents

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Using positive language is a feature of good classroom/behaviour management. This resource identifies both unhelpful phrases and statements and then a preferred way that uses positive language, that may initiate a better response from the student.