Designated OLEVI Centre
Our partnership with OLEVI as a Designated OLEVI Centre (DOC) means we can offer the full syllabus of programmes; at delegate, trainer and senior leadership levels.
OLEVI’s aims are to:
- drive up standards in the quality of teaching in schools nationally and around the world
- create a successful teaching and learning culture that leaves a lasting legacy
- ensure all schools become centres of excellence in the enhancement of teaching and pedagogic leadership, improving learning outcomes for all
OLEVI at TTSA
We have already seen significant impact at different levels: including taking our NQTs through the Improving Teacher Programme (ITP) where the emphasis is on developing effective practitioners
A group of LSAs from 5 different schools accessed the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Programme (OTAP) which equipped them to lead change in their own contexts.
Middle Leaders have benefitted from the OTP which has been run in several schools, making full use of the richness that comes from cross-phase interactions. OTP also includes a Power of Coaching (POC) element to support growth and leadership opportunities.
At a leadership level, the Outstanding Leaders Conference brought together senior staff from across the TTSA to spend 24 hours together with Richard Lockyer, CEO of OLEVI. The development of vision and values was both personal and corporate.
We are now able to run the Train the Trainer (TTT) sessions for all OLEVI programmes so that each school can work towards becoming its own centre of excellence.
"Well structured programme of building skills with opportunities to reflect."
"Effective relationship building with other schools, working cross phase was very beneficial."
"Facilitators prompted and questioned well, very experienced and lots of rich discussion."
"It has encouragement to be more reflective."
"This programme has had a massive impact on my confident as a teacher, it has allowed me time to share ideas and learn from others."
"Coaching has helped me to support colleagues and students."
Please contact Stephen Edgell for more details