Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
Maggie Parker, a practising inspector, former headteacher and now chair of a Multi-Academy Trust.
Maggie Parker has numerous qualifications including a degree in Education, NPQH, NPQSI and a Post Graduate Certificate in Process Consultancy. From an initial career in television journalism Maggie went on to become a SEND lead.
She later became a headteacher, first in a church primary school and later a large inner city primary school. Maggie’s specialist areas are in supporting school leaders in primary education, special educational needs and music.
For the last five years she has worked as a practising inspector as well as a School Improvement Partner for a local authority. She is a link advisor for the ‘Pathways to Success’ project for the Department for Education, as well as working as a coach for women in leadership for The Regional Schools Council.
This webinar will support School Leaders to manage change effectively in relation to the forthcoming new Ofsted Inspection Framework.
In this webinar we will discuss what the EIF 2019 would mean for special schools and SEND education providers.
On 16th January 2019, Ofsted published the Education Inspection Framework (EIF) 2019 for consultation. Maggie Parker, a practising inspector, former headteacher and now chair of a Multi-Academy Trust will provide an expert review of the EIF.