The New Ofsted Inspection Framework (EIF):Meeting the Leadership and Management Criteria for Staff Workload and Wellbeing (September 2019)

£65
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From September, 2019, after a period of consultation, the new Ofsted Inspection Framework will come into force. One of the most important changes is the addition of criteria setting out the responsibilities of leadership in managing teacher workload and wellbeing. This is set out in the ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ descriptors in the Leadership and Management section of the Inspection Handbook.

This webinar from the School Mental Health Group reviews the criteria, defines what is expected of schools and provides strategies your school can implement to meet the new Ofsted requirements.

If your school follows the advice contained in the webinar, you will not only be providing a solid evidence base for your inspection, but also protecting your staff from excessive workloads and improving their wellbeing and mental health.

Our message is simple: If we don’t look after the wellbeing of our teachers, how can we expect them to look after the wellbeing of our children?

Throughout the webinar we will be answering questions submitted by you. Please use the form provided (click button below) to send your questions through. Any unanswered questions will be responded to after the webinar directly by Steve.

Steve Waters | Founder of the Teach Well Alliance

Steve Waters is the founder and CEO of the Teach Well Alliance. A former Assistant Headteacher and local authority consultant, he has over 40 years’ experience in education. Steve holds an MA in Education and the NPQH. He is also a qualified Counsellor and Mental Health First Aider.

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Webinar Modules 1-4: 

  • Module 1: Getting to Know the Ofsted Criteria on Workload and Wellbeing: Leadership and Management

  • Module 2: How to engage with Staff

  • Module 3: How to Identify Issues related to workload and wellbeing
  • Module 4: How to be ‘realistic and constructive’ in responding to staff issues

Webinar Modules 4-8: 

  • Module 5: What it means to respond ‘appropriately and quickly’
  • Module 6: What it means to provide ‘high levels of support’ for staff

  • Module 7: How leaders can protect staff from bullying and harassment
  • Module 8: Making a start: implementing an action plan

How does the Webinar Training work?

A Webinar is a seminar training session conducted over the internet, meaning you’re able to access your training wherever you are, removing costly travel and inconvenience. When you sign up to a School Mental Health Group Webinar you will receive all of the details you need in order to access your training via email. There’s nothing to download and you’re able to access the training on any device. 

What if I can’t attend the live showing?

You will automatically receive a recording of the webinar to keep via email. You can return back to this as many times as you would like and you’re free to share it within your school community to anyone who may benefit from the training.

Slides, Resources & Support

As part of your package you’ll receive a copy of the training slides and any resources mentioned in the webinar. Following your purchase our team will be on hand to support with any technical questions you may have. If you require any support please call 07495 650616 and one of our team will be happy to help!

This webinar is being delivered in partnership with the Teach Well Alliance:

The Teach Well Alliance works in partnership with schools to prioritise the mental wellbeing of teachers and support staff. They can help you reduce spending on supply teachers for teachers absent through stress. The Teach Well Alliance works closely with you and creates fully bespoke plans of action for your school.

Visit the Teach Well Alliance

The New Ofsted Inspection Framework (EIF):Meeting the Leadership and Management Criteria for Staff Workload and Wellbeing (September 2019) 17th July | 1PM

£65
  • VAT not charged to schools | Pay via invoice at checkout

From September, 2019, after a period of consultation, the new Ofsted Inspection Framework will come into force. One of the most important changes is the addition of criteria setting out the responsibilities of leadership in managing teacher workload and wellbeing. This is set out in the ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ descriptors in the Leadership and Management section of the Inspection Handbook.

This webinar from the School Mental Health Group reviews the criteria, defines what is expected of schools and provides strategies your school can implement to meet the new Ofsted requirements.

If your school follows the advice contained in the webinar, you will not only be providing a solid evidence base for your inspection, but also protecting your staff from excessive workloads and improving their wellbeing and mental health.

Our message is simple: If we don’t look after the wellbeing of our teachers, how can we expect them to look after the wellbeing of our children?

Throughout the webinar we will be answering questions submitted by you. Please use the form provided (click button below) to send your questions through. Any unanswered questions will be responded to after the webinar directly by Steve.

Steve Waters | Founder of the Teach Well Alliance

Steve Waters is the founder and CEO of the Teach Well Alliance. A former Assistant Headteacher and local authority consultant, he has over 40 years' experience in education. Steve holds an MA in Education and the NPQH. He is also a qualified Counsellor and Mental Health First Aider.

Book Now

Webinar Modules 1-4: 

  • Module 1: Getting to Know the Ofsted Criteria on Workload and Wellbeing: Leadership and Management
  • Module 2: How to engage with Staff
  • Module 3: How to Identify Issues related to workload and wellbeing
  • Module 4: How to be ‘realistic and constructive’ in responding to staff issues

Webinar Modules 4-8: 

  • Module 5: What it means to respond ‘appropriately and quickly’
  • Module 6: What it means to provide ‘high levels of support’ for staff
  • Module 7: How leaders can protect staff from bullying and harassment
  • Module 8: Making a start: implementing an action plan

How does the Webinar Training work?

A Webinar is a seminar training session conducted over the internet, meaning you're able to access your training wherever you are, removing costly travel and inconvenience. When you sign up to a School Mental Health Group Webinar you will receive all of the details you need in order to access your training via email. There's nothing to download and you're able to access the training on any device. 

What if I can't attend the live showing?

You will automatically receive a recording of the webinar to keep via email. You can return back to this as many times as you would like and you're free to share it within your school community to anyone who may benefit from the training.

Slides, Resources & Support

As part of your package you'll receive a copy of the training slides and any resources mentioned in the webinar. Following your purchase our team will be on hand to support with any technical questions you may have. If you require any support please call 0800 689 3427 and one of our team will be happy to help!

This webinar is being delivered in partnership with the Teach Well Alliance:

The Teach Well Alliance works in partnership with schools to prioritise the mental wellbeing of teachers and support staff. They can help you reduce spending on supply teachers for teachers absent through stress. The Teach Well Alliance works closely with you and creates fully bespoke plans of action for your school.

Visit the Teach Well Alliance