Specialist Leaders In Education
The SLE role is a fantastic way of organising school-to-school support. Our SLEs are a mixture highly experienced middle and senior leaders who can go in to another school and offer them specialised support on a one-to-one or group basis. The projects can take many different forms. An SLE could visit from one day to a term or more and each project is tailor made to suit the needs of the school project.
Our SLEs tell us that the they really enjoy working with collegues from a wide range of schools on improving teaching and learning, or finding ways to resolve school wide problems. They are able to share their resources and methodology to help other schools and their students. The aim is to offer support and encouragement as well as some top tips for success.
The RTSA has Specialist Leaders of Education (SLEs) in the following areas:
- Leadership and KS5
- Leadership of Curriculum and Social Sciences
- Pastoral Leadership
- Physical Education
- CPD, ITT, T&L
- Assessment & Art
- D&T: Food Teaching
- History & Support for Most Able Pupils
- Leadership of CPD, PE & ITT & NQT Development
âPlease follow the link on each to read our SLE biographies.
To find out more about what a SLE does, please follow this link