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Leading a Successful Languages Department

Cultivate the right learning environment in the Languages Department

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Suitable for: Subject leaders and aspiring subject leaders of languages looking for new ideas for leading and managing a successful languages department that will drive outstanding levels of learning.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 7587WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
Timings: 10am - 4pm Book Now

Gain practical advice on how to transform, lead and manage your team effectively, from course material devised for Heads of Department and Curriculum Leaders working in the Languages Department of schools and colleges. The DfE has rightly championed the role and formalised the standards, that those carrying it out should reach. The course will help you to ensure that you are using a range of leadership styles to realise an ambitious vision for your Languages Department.

  • Understand what it means for leadership and management in languages to be successful according to Ofsted
  • Learn how to truly lead the learning in languages creating an environment and curriculum that supports outstanding learning and progress
  • Develop pupil-centred strategies to ensure you can engage your learners to maximise student achievement
  • Motivate and manage your colleagues effectively, developing them into a strong teaching team
Very useful ideas to adapt to my MFL department. Excellent materials shared. Have come away full of good ideas for next year and feeling inspired and motivated for the department. Louise Clifton, The Gregg School

Tue 27th Mar 2018

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Tue 10th Jul 2018

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Wed 21st Feb 2018

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Thu 25th Jan 2018

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Thu 1st Mar 2018

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Wed 27th Jun 2018

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