Providing a full range of recruitment related services including but not limited to; becoming a supply teacher within Wiltshire schools, managing DBS clearances and advert requests
The quality of leadership is one of the most important factors in determining the success of a school. Therefore, supporting governors with arguably the most important decisions they will make is a priority for the Local Authority. For this reason, governors of LA maintained will be provided with an external adviser for the equivalent of 15 hours to support with this important decision to include support with:
Academies are able to purchase this support through the packages below.
There is no such thing as a perfect headteacher or leader. Every school is different: what suits another school will not necessarily suit yours; what served your school well in the past may not serve it well for the future. Define your leadership needs in terms of what you expect your headteacher to know and to do and how you expect them to behave, convert these into selection criteria and rate candidates objectively against them throughout the process. Set realistic expectations and a manageable number of selection criteria.
Document Summary Service
The LA subscribes to the Document Summary Service (DSS) on behalf of all Wiltshire schools.
'A prompt, concise and highly relevant time saving service for decision makers in education.'
There is a wide range of education research and statistics released from organisations such as the NFER and the Sutton Trust that you need to keep up to date with, as well as information released by professional bodies such as the National College for Teaching and Leadership.
Summaries are produced each month via the University of Bristol Graduate School to provide you with succinct and manageable overviews of the latest releases from a variety of sources including the Department for Education, Ofsted and many other national education institutions.
A well established and highly regarded mentoring service provided for headteachers by headteachers
Medical Needs Education and Reintegration Service
The Medical Needs Education and Reintegration Service (MNERS) is a small team of specialist Teachers and Support Workers. We provide a secondary age teaching support service for children and young people of compulsory school age (pre-16 level) who are unable to attend school due to a diagnosed medical reason. Separate support arrangements can be made for children of primary school age.
The service works closely with schools, health professionals, parents/carers and other LA Teams and external agencies to promote the educational inclusion and achievement of children and young people who are experiencing a variety of health-related needs
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