Specialist Leaders of Education (SLEs) are outstanding middle and senior teachers who want to support their counterparts, either individually or as part of teams in other schools. They have the knowledge and experience to recognise and encourage best practice.
The role of an SLE is to raise standards and improve the quality of leadership through both school-to-school and peer-to-peer learning.
To become an SLE you need to be an outstanding middle or senior school leader with a specific expertise and the willingness and vision to help others in similar positions in other schools. SLEs need to meet strict designation criteria before applying and have the agreement of their headteacher to release them for up to 10 days deployment per year.
|Behaviour and Discipline||Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Early Years||Primary||Brooke Weston|
|English||Primary and Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|ICT||Primary and Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|ITT/NQT Development||Primary||Brooke Weston|
|Leadership of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)||Primary and Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Leadership of Curriculum||Primary and Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Maths||Primary and Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Modern Foreign Languages (MfL)||Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Performance Management||Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Science||Primary and Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Special Educational Needs (SEN)||Primary||Brooke Weston|
|Sixth Form||Secondary||Brooke Weston|
|Support for the most able||Primary||Brooke Weston|
If you wish to find out more about the programme please contact Sue Kerley, ITT and SLE Co-ordinator Brooke Weston Academy
If you would like to request SLE support, please complete the SLE Request form below and send to: Sue Kerley.