School to School Support

Becoming an SLE

We are currently recruiting new SLEs to our team.  Applications are welcome from teachers at other schools.

The deadline for applications is midnight on Thursday 13 October 2016.  Interviews will be on Wednesday 19 October.

Guidance for potential applicants.

SLE Application Form - Maiden Erlegh Teaching School Alliance

   
   

School to School Support

We have a team of experts, recognised as outstanding in their field, who are available to provide bespoke support packages to individuals, schools or departments based on the priorities of your school. We can work with you to identify appropriate strategies or interventions for your school.

National and specialist leaders of education Typically, NLEs will work with the headteacher or principal and SLEs will work with middle and/or senior leaders. The ultimate aim of NLEs and SLEs will always be to contribute significantly to improving the outcomes for children through developing the capacity of peer leaders in other schools.

NLEs/SLEs:

  • Undertake diagnostic visits
  • Develop action plans
  • Identify key priorities and SMART targets
  • Provide one to one or group support
  • Support coaching and mentoring
  • Provide resources and training
  • 3 Ofsted inspectors

Example support packages

  • Leadership development
  • Outstanding teaching and learning
  • Specialist leaders in: RE, drama, maths, science,
    numeracy and literacy, humanities, behaviour,
    pastoral management, PE
  • Developing new schools
  • Academy conversion
  • Change management
  • Coaching

To discuss your school’s needs, email or phone: 
Alison Morgan, Director of Teaching School
0118 9262467
MG@maidenerleghschool.co.uk