Inspiring Leadership

Growing, developing and investing in leaders has long been accepted as a key to success and schools need a range of options to ensure this important process is effective. JMC recognise that schools value a choice of different approaches to leadership development so that they can tailor training to the distinct ethos and of the school. The JMC portfolio of courses has been designed to offer flexibility and present peronalised opportunities for leadership development.

Our in-house leadership team training courses provide the spring board for shared, coordinated school development initiatives and can be tailored to provide lead teams with the most relevant guidance on their particular objectives.

Offering a more sustained and personal development experience, our coaching and support packages for existing and aspiring middle and senior school leaders provide the gold standard in leadership development.

The courses below will give you a flavour of what we can offer and you can use our enquiry form to highlight any requirements or ask for further details on any of our courses.

I found the insight, experience and knowledge very helpful indeed…  dynamic and practical approaches to leading a successful department…  Thoroughly worthwhile.
Nicola Nicholl, Head of Middle School and Head of Science, Westminster School

Leadership courses

Preparing for Senior Leadership

  “wealth of practical tips based on real life experiences” L.Betts HOD Gresham Prep school Proven strategies for excelling as a Deputy Headteacher in your school One of the signs…

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Perfect Appraisal and Performance Management

“Very relevant, practically applicable and accessible information disseminated in an approachable, not threatening manner. I was impressed by the collective level of interest, motivation and focus generated”! Georgina Masefield, Head…

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Outstanding Pastoral Leadership

I feel particularly inspired. Unlike many courses, this felt achievable.  Alison Tanner, Year 5/6 Teacher Cameley Primary School The Highly Effective Head of Year /Key Stage/ 6th Form • Need…

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Outstanding Academic Leadership of Departments and Schools

This ‘hands-on’ course looks at the criteria and processes that school leadership will need to both understand and apply to be graded outstanding/excellent within the inspection framework. The course highlights and explores many of the features of excellent provision and will offer delegates practical and applicable examples to make an instant impact within their own schools.

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Moving on to Middle Management

“Very inspiring”- Silvana Cardoso, Teacher, Francis Holland School Middle leader training for new HOD’s and Head’s of Year Do you need a middle leaders training programme in your school? How…

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Lead Team: Stress Management and Resilience Building

Stress Management and Resilience Building: The Lead Team guide Why is it important that leaders have a good understanding of stress and resilience for themselves? Why do people become stressed…

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High Impact Lesson Observations and Feedback

“The feedback from the middle leaders and SLT was overwhelmingly positive, they loved being able to share ideas and raise their concerns” Svetlana Bajic-Raymond, Deputy Head, Cotham School Strategies for…

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From Good to Outstanding: The Middle Management Team’s essential guide

Leading the Teaching and Learning from Good to Outstanding in your subject area, key stage or department. Do your middle leaders have the necessary leadership skills needed for the schools of the…

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Building and leading a robust Digital Strategy

School leaders are often not computer experts and do not want jargon and techie-speak when all they need to know is the educational value of different digital tools and approaches. Bringing together school leaders to evaluate their current and desired position, no detailed technical knowledge is necessary, this course aims to demystify the ‘edtech’ world and focusses on the impacts on education, practical leadership strategies and ways to promote a purposeful digital culture across the school.

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