Cultural Leadership in Education programmeBook Session
A two-day programme that will develop the knowledge and skills you need to lead the cultural offer in your school.
Thursday 15 November
Thursday 14 March
Culture Bridge North East and the Newcastle University North Leadership Centre are delighted to offer a two-day programme that will develop the knowledge and skills you need to lead the cultural offer in your school. The programme will be led by a cultural arts practitioner and a facilitator with expertise in school leadership. Sessions run at the National Glass Centre. Lunch is included.
Alongside the sessions, you will run a small-scale project focused on leading an aspect of change in your school, including an action plan and impact evaluation. You will write your own Account of Practice, and the cohort will receive a booklet containing all Accounts of Practice submitted at a celebration event in June 2019.
Day A - 15th November 2018, 12pm-6pm
Developing knowledge and skills: what is possible?
- Leadership in practice and the role of the subject leader
- The cultural landscape
- Current Arts policy and the Cultural Education Challenge
- How can cultural learning make a difference?
- Developing practice in your school
Day B - 14th March 2019, 12pm-6pm
Enhancing your cultural offer: what is the impact?
- Your role in leading learning
- Making a difference in your school
- Exploring aspects of leadership theory with practical application for your school
- Action planning
- Evaluating impact - Why? and How?
As well as the programme sessions, we will also be running an informal networking meeting in January for participants past and present. This will take place at the Sunderland Empire.
The cost of the programme is £50 and the deadline for applications is 1 November 2018. Places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please secure funding and permission to be out of school before registering.