EEF Implementation workshop – fully booked

09:00–12:30 on 12 July 2018

We look forward to welcoming more than 50 delegates at our half day workshop with Professor Jonathan Sharples the author of the EEF guidance report ‘Putting Evidence to Work: A School’s Guide to Implementation’.

All delegate places are booked with attendees representing 40 schools / TSA’s / MATS from across Devon, Cornwall and Bristol, but if you would like to register on the “reserved list” then complete the google booking form here and if a place becomes available we will let you know.  The workshop will be held at Notre Dame School, Looseleigh Lane, Derriford, Plymouth PL6 5HN.  Copies of the Implementation guidance report, as well as previous EEF publications will be available for delegates to take away.

“The purpose of this guidance is to begin to describe and demystify the professional practice of implementation – to document our knowledge of the steps that effective schools take to manage change well’  Sir Kevan Collins, Chief Executive of the Education Endowment Foundation.

This half day workshop is aimed at Head teachers / Senior Leaders / Leaders of MATS & TSAs and Heads of Department.  Designed to help you implement any school improvement decision, whether programme or practice, whole-school or targeted approach, or internal or externally generated ideas.  Working through the foundations for good implementation with a focus on four key stages: Explore – Prepare – Deliver – Sustain.

For more information email Kingsbridge Research School Project Manager: Victoria.Flower@kingsbridgecollege.org.uk

 

Posted on 3 May 2018
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