Staff workload and held and wellbeing is high on the ofsted agenda
Only 10 places have been allocated per session
6th January 2020 – Washington
27th January 2020 – Durham
The new Inspection framework came into force in September 2019. There is a new requirement in Leadership and Management to take into account staff wellbeing and to respond to issues raised by staff. Here is what the Inspection Handbook says:
Leaders ensure that highly effective and meaningful engagement takes place with staff at all levels and that issues are identified. When issues are identified, in particular about workload, they are consistently dealt with appropriately and quickly.
Staff consistently report high levels of support for well-being issues.
Leaders engage with their staff and are aware and take account of the main pressures on them. They are realistic and constructive in the way they manage staff, including their workload.
Leaders protect staff from bullying and harassment'
The criteria lead to a number of questions:
What does it mean to have 'highly effective and meaningful engagement with staff'?
How are 'issues identified'?
How does leadership manage teachers' workload?
What is a realistic workload?
What advice might be offered to show 'constructive' management of staff? Is managing staff different from leading them?
What does 'consistently dealt with' mean and how is it shown?
How do you demonstrate that issues have been addressed 'appropriately'?
What mechanisms are in place to enable staff to 'report' well-being issues?
What actions need to be taken to provide staff with high level support?
Does your school have a wellbeing policy in place for staff?
Does your school have an anti-bullying policy in place for staff?
This interactive one -day seminar will address these questions and propose how your school might answer them. While there is no one answer to any question that fits all schools, the seminar will enable you to find solutions that are appropriate to your own context. You will leave with an action plan that will demonstrate your commitment to the wellbeing and mental health of not only teachers but all staff within the school.
Health and Wellbeing Awareness training is an essential element of staff induction and part of their ongoing CPD programme.
- Health and Wellbeing Framework
- Ten steps towards school staff wellbeing
- Ofsted: Staff Workload and Wellbeing workshop
- Action on sickness absence
- Health and wellbeing resource library
- How Ofsted inspectors will be looking at staff well-being under the new framework
- Implications for schools and their staff
- Explore how to set out an effective strategy for health and wellbeing
- Gain ideas for health and wellbeing activities against the new Ofsted requirements for Staff Workload and Wellbeing
- Health and Wellbeing framework that can be implemented
- Practical action plan for your school to work towards the Health and Wellbeing framework
Delegates will receive:
- Review of the school’s Health and Wellbeing policy
- Certificate of attendance
- Complimentary chocolates/mints/sweets
- Refreshments and lunch
£250 + vat per delegate (5% discount on the overall cost for 3 or more delegates attending from the same school)
9.30 am – 2.30 pm
6th February 2019 - Holiday Inn Washington, Emerson Road, Washington, NE37 1LB
27th February 2019 - Salvus House, Aykley Heads, Durham DH1 5TS
Please note that this event can be provided 'in-house' at your school, a consortium meeting or a Bursar training event usually at significant savings per delegate (minimum 5 delegates). You will be asked in advance if you need a particular focus for the day which will be incorporated in our proposal.
Contact Details to book:
Evelyn or Mehreen on 0121 622 2502 or email@example.com
2019/2020 CPD training workshops to follow:
December 2019 – Managing Stress in the Workplace
January 2020 – Health and Wellbeing Champion
February 2020 – Conflict Resolution
March 2020 - Health and Wellbeing Awareness
April 2020 - Workplace Mediation
May 2020 – Managing Stress in the Workplace
June 2020 – Mental Health Awareness
July 2020 – Health and Wellbeing Champion
Salvus House, Aykley Heads, Durham DH1 5TS