Secondary School Courses


Our workshop approach ensures that the delegates leave with a clear plan of how the approaches can be integrated into their own schools. To book on any of our courses simply email us at with your name, school and the course you want to attend. 



Exclusions in schools in Wales - Ensuring compliance with disability legislation

Monday July 8th, 2019 - Cardiff

Making the decision to exclude a student, whether it be for a fixed-term or permanent, is a significant call by a headteacher and ensuring that it is lawful is vital. When this exclusion is then put before the governing body disciplinary committee or an Independent Appeals Panel, the decision will be scrutinised. Demonstrating that the decision maker has received legal training in administering exclusions is a powerful tool, that also reduces the chances of making unlawful decisions.

 Our presenter is a practising solicitor who has acquired a wealth of experience in the law of education whilst practising within the Legal Services departments of several English local authorities. He also regularly delivers training courses on various education-law related topics to local government officers, education professionals, school governors and admission appeal and exclusion review panel members and clerks across England and Wales.

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Staff restructuring ahead of the new curriculum - Preparing for Implementation

Tuesday July 9th, 2019 - Newport

In April 2019, a key milestone will be achieved within Education in Wales – Our National Mission with the availability of the new curriculum. By September 2022, the curriculum will be fully implemented into all schools in Wales. Secondary schools across Wales have continued to adapt and prepare for the new curriculum and we now need to ensure that we have a staffing structure in place that aligns with the challenges ahead.

Our presenter is a current practitioner who has successfully navigated the challenges associated with reorganisation, including producing a business case, staff consultation, union engagement, HR support and governor approval.

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A Level Physics - Understanding the Mathematical Requirements

Thursday July 11th, 2019 - Cardiff

The WJEC A Level Physics specification (2015) has seen significant changes in the mathematical knowledge students are expected to demonstrate. The weighting for the assessment of mathematical skills will be a minimum of 30% and there are additional skills that are also now required. 

This one-day course will be led by a Mathematics specialist who will guide you through each technique to ensure a full and comprehensive understanding to enhance your teaching at AS/A level. The resources provided on the day include a USB pen drive which will have a digital copy of the booklet and presentation, specific mathematical based Physucs questions to use immediately in your class, worked examples of each skill and examples of where each skill fits into the specification.

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Staff Recruitment and Retention - Managing the vital aspect of Human Resources

Wednesday 10th July, 2019 - Swansea

Attracting new teachers into the professional is becoming increasingly challenging and school leaders recognise the advantages of retaining and developing their existing staff. Recruitment and induction is both time consuming and expensive, yet are a vital part of strategic management.

This course is perfect for existing Headteachers, Senior Leaders and Business Managers. It will be led by an inspirational practitioner with extensive experience of leading, recruiting and retaining the largest school workforce in Wales. We will focus on the effective use of resources, the importance of succession planning and the challenges that are ahead with devoled pay and conditions.

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