Headteacher Appraisal and Performance Management - Online training briefing for Governor Panels
Mathew Rixson, Deputy Diocesan Director of Education, Head of School effectiveness will chair this training briefing for Headteacher Appraisal and Performance Management. Matthew is joined by our Lead HR Consultant, Anne Hudson FCIPD MSc People and OD and our Education consultant team, who bring with them extensive experience as external advisors. Drawing their combined expertise together, with insight and understanding as both educators and inspectors themselves, to deliver this highly focused one hour session to you.
Matthew Rixson, DDDE, Head of School Effectiveness
Anne Hudson, FCIPD, MSC OD - GDBE elevate HR Lead Consultant
Kate Evans, Director of Education, Quality Assurance - The Good Shepherd Trust & GDBE Consultant
- Update and inform on current and best practice
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Entitlements and regulations
- Planning, Process and Procedure
- Understanding the role of the Pay committee and Pay progression
- GDPR - retention of report data.
- Inexperienced or newly formed panels - appropriate training for performance management in the Education Sector.
Documents - participants will need to familiarise themselves with the two documents listed below in advance.
- DfE Headteacher's Standards - https://www.gov.uk/government/...
- Governance Handbook and competency framework for maintained schools, academies and academy trusts -
Objectives - to better equip and support Governors in this critical role.
Chairs of Governors and Governors nominated by the board to this role - HTPM Panels
GDBE elevate CORE Free
Matthew is an experienced school improvement professional and has worked in primary schools for over 25 years in a range of contexts, including nine years as a headteacher. Prior to that he spent five years working for Hampshire Inspection and Advisory Service, acting as the Leadership and Learning Partner for several school across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Matthew was the Hampshire LA data lead and a key member of the assessment team.
Areas of Specialism: Matthew has a particular interest in curriculum development, formative assessment and tackling educational disadvantage, providing support tailored to the needs of the school . Matthew enjoys helping schools build leadership capacity through coaching and mentoring. He regularly leads professional development courses and governor training.
Role within the Diocese: Diocesan Deputy Director of Education and Head of School Effectiveness. Matthew joined the Schools Alliance for Excellence team in the capacity of School Improvement Adviser in September 2021. He is firmly committed to helping school communities to grow, flourish and live life in all its fullness.