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Optional overnight stay on Tuesday

12 March 2024
Check in from 4pm with dinner and

networking

Conference 13 March 2024

Speakers:

Miranda Perry - Post Covid School Culture
As a Deputy, can you create a culture which recognises work- life balance, develops teachers' resilience, and supports staff to 'go that extra mile?! Yes you can, and Miranda is here to show you how.

Kate Jones - Memory Masterclass
Kate will deliver a Memory Masterclass with a focus on research/evidence linked to memory and learning, followed by practical examples for the classroom and how to embed the principles from cognitive science into curriculum and lesson design. Delegates will receive a cognitive science resource pack including a glossary and further reading.

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Providing 'Reset, Recovery, and

Renaissance' to school staff

The past two years have presented

unprecedented challenges for us all,

but particularly for those who work in

education.

 

Many have found themselves working long hours, learning new technology on a short turnaround to continue engaging with pupils, and supporting projects and programmes to address the needs of children and young people whose learning and wellbeing were disrupted by the pandemic.

 

Read full article here

Business Meeting

Latest BPSI News

Again for 2022, 100% of members are satisfied with the service

October 2023 survey

Barnet Partnership for School Improvement (BPSI) is a school improvement traded service.

 

But BPSI is far more than that, it is a partnership of schools that effectively pool money each year to fund:

  • Training that improves school outcomes

  • Consultancy in your school that impacts upon practice

  • Support for the exchange of best practice between schools

If you are a school interested in joining our partnership, please see the joining BPSI below.

Bob Hamlyn

Bob Hamlyn has extensive school leadership experience and has served for 17 years as a headteacher in two contrasting London schools. Within these roles Bob has chaired local authority headteacher groups and worked closely with key stakeholders to help secure school improvement.  More recently he has led inspections in primary, secondary and all-through settings across the London region. Bob therefore has a strong understanding of the inspection framework, including identifying best practice related to curriculum design and implementation, and safeguarding procedures. 

 

Bob can also offer support in: coaching and supporting school leaders; helping leaders to develop effective self evaluation and school improvement plans; developing effective governing bodies; dealing with complex complaints.

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New Headteachers' Support

New Headteachers taking up their new role will require different levels of support.  Governors of schools have a duty to provide support to their new headteacher to ease the transition into their new role for the benefit of the individual and the school

Professional Development Exchange

Partnership schools offer to provide access to a piece of good work.  It could be a number of things offered for staff in other partnership schools to come and observe, such as a Learning Walk through a really good nursery provision, an outstanding teacher giving a literacy lesson, setting up a school library etc.

BPSI Associate Member Offer

BPSI can now offer Associate Member Status to secondary schools in Barnet and any school outside of Barnet.  The offer provides an opportunity to access BPSI Consultants at a reduced rate.

Learning with Tablets

Welcome to Barnet Partnership for School Improvement (BPSI)

Our new BPSI Advisers

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