West Midlands School Leaders Annual Conference 2016
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For the second edition of the West Midlands School Leaders Annual Conference we are excited to return to the Regent Centre of the Chateau Impney.
Through the Looking Glass will focus on the progress of the school led system over the past 12 months and examine how collaboration has led to its healthy development across the West Midlands. #WMscholled16 seeks to entice a desire for whole-hearted involvement in the development of the school led system through the sharing of successful case studies, expert knowledge and valuable inside secrets!
The programme is shaping up wonderfully around a keynote speech from Sir David Carter, National School Commissioner, an inspirational presentation from Dee Caffari MBE: World-record setting Yachtswoman, a range of relevant workshops and interactive sessions.
Registration FEES
Schools with OVER 100 pupils
Standard fee: £195.00
Schools with UNDER 100 pupils
£125.00 (discount valid until registrations close) 
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NCTL works with schools to develop an education system supported locally by partnerships and led by the best headteachers. NCTL is an executive agency, sponsored by the Department for Education.
The Teaching Schools Council (TSC) is a body representing all Teaching Schools and working with System Leaders across England promoting an inclusive school-led system. In a self-improving system, our role includes inspiring, encouraging and supporting.
Representing Teaching Schools and their alliances in the West Midlands. Working together for a truly inclusive school-led systemThe TSC West Midlands Representive is Richard Gill, Headteacher at The Arthur Terry School in Sutton Coldfield
School Direct teacher training across the wider West Midlands.
The Arthur Terry School is one of the the top performing comprehensive schools in the Birmingham area and the lead school in a successful Teaching School Alliance. Our Teaching School was recently graded Good with Outstanding Leadership and Management.
Led by Blackfriars School in Newcastle Under Lyme, the Alliance provides high quality staff development and school to school support across all phases from support staff, ITT and through to Senior Leadership level.
Made up of over 50 schools, Britannia Teaching School Alliance is committed to working with others to improve teaching and learning. BTSA aims to release the potential in pupils and professionals alike and has a clear vision which involves working in a collaborative partnership whose members are committed to ensure outstanding learning for all.
Hempstalls TSA consists of a group of people who have the skills, experience, talent and capacity to help to improve learning and achievement in schools across the West Midlands. They are people who want to make a difference.
The Tudor Grange Academy Teaching School vision is simple: ‘delivering outstanding teaching and learning opportunities to benefit young people in an internationally competitive world'.

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