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Discovery Education
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Speakers

  • Andrew Hammond
    Andrew Hammond
    Senior Director of Learning, Discovery Education 

    Andrew has worked in schools for 20 years, as a Headteacher, Deputy Head, Director of Studies, Housemaster, Head of English and class teacher, in both the independent and maintained sectors. He is currently Senior Director of Learning & Community at Discovery Education. A prolific author, Andrew has written over thirty titles for various Educational publishers. He is a regular contributor to educational magazines, newspapers and blogs.

    His latest work involves a collaboration with NAHT, developing an online holistic programme that supports the continuous professional development of teachers and leaders in today’s schools.

  • Julie Keyes
    Experienced teacher and educational consultant

    Fresh from the chalk face, Julie Keyes may be new to the educational consultancy world, but she is an energetic and thoughtful educator with over a decade of experience as a teacher, middle-leader and deputy head.

    Julie has worked across a range of settings, from state secondaries, to prep schools and international schools and has experience as a trustee of a large multi-academy trust (MAT) for the last two years.

    Julie’s mission is to ‘develop people who work in education’ and she does this through consultancy, bespoke projects, training and coaching. Current roles include digital strategy consultancy, providing coaching in schools, delivering training to teachers and leadership programmes to school leaders and the corporate sector.

    Julie is the author of ‘Building Parent Partnerships’, an online course within the Pathway programme from NAHT & Discovery Education.

Date

14 Oct 2021

Time

4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Cost

Free

Building parent partnership

Andrew Hammond talks to experienced senior leader, educational consultant and Pathway author, Julie Keyes, about the challenges and the benefits of building effective partnerships with parents and carers.

In this fireside chat, we consider the importance of the relationship between teacher and parent. Julie Keyes shares some tried and test strategies to strengthen and grow this partnership, including: how to enter parent meetings feeling empowered and confident; how to build trust and rapport; how to give honest and professional feedback when challenging situations arise. The session will be focused on how, as leaders, we can support and empower our less experienced staff to feel confident in this important area of a teacher’s role.

Learn more about the themes of this sessionhead over to “The Hub” on NAHT’s website.

This session will be available on demand. Recommended for all teaching staff