Deep Dive into Tricky Subjects

Date: Monday 23rd Mar 2020, 9am – 12pm
Venue: Hatchford Brook Golf Centre, Coventry Rd, Birmingham, B26 3PY
Price: £75

Do you lead RE, PSHE or music?

If so, you’ll know how challenging they can be, especially if you are a non-specialist.

This half day conference, in a great location just 6 minutes from Birmingham Airport, will provide participants with the key knowledge and skills needed to gather information about subject quality in the light of the Education Inspection Framework and deep dive methodology, ideas for quality assuring your subject as well as provide valuable support from experts in their field.

 You Will Gain:

  • Knowledge of what constitutes a Deep Dive
  • Comprehensive support and guidance for deep dives in PSHE, RE and music specifically
  • Practical suggestions on how you can audit and gather evidence for your own tricky subject
  • Improve skills in triangulating information
  • An understanding of subject discipline and subject grammar

Understanding the purpose of deep dives is imperative – ultimately it’s about ensuring the ‘big picture’ is realised and there is a secure understanding of what is being taught and why from pupils right through to curriculum leads and senior leaders.

Our half day conference, led by experts in their field, will explore the key components of each of these tricky subjects in detail, so developing delegates’ knowledge about deep dive methodology, quality assurance methods, as well as provide the perfect opportunity to network.

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About Services For Education

At Services For Education we provide a wide range of face to face services and professional development opportunities to enhance teaching and champion school improvement in the West Midlands.

We have won awards for our Contribution to Education and continuously receive positive feedback from our course attendees.

Find out more here or email us at hello@servicesforeducation.co.uk

Award-Winning School Training Provider, Services For Education

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2019 Award Winners  Excellence In Training and Education

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About Linda Brown: Leadership and Management Adviser

Linda qualified with a Bachelor of Education (Honours), and began her teaching career in the West Midlands. During this time, she gained further qualifications, including NPQH, and worked in six socially and economically diverse schools, including an acting Headship in a large 3 form entry primary, and a substantive Headship for seven years.

Following headship, she set up her own consultancy and undertook extensive school improvement work, ranging from work with newly qualified teachers to support for senior leadership teams and governors.

Linda joined Services For Education as a Senior Adviser where her role is primarily focused upon developing leaders, including those who have recently transitioned to Headship.

School Improvement activity, leading governor training on behalf of BCC and being a School Improvement Adviser also form part of her senior role at Services For Education.

More recently, Linda attained Fellowship of the Institute of Leadership and Management.