The final international conference was held in Debrecen on 1st July. It was very well attended with around 100 representatives, from Hungary, Portugal, UK, Estonia, Bulgaria and Romania.

The conference was opened by two keynote speakers, Kcarrie Valentine from ASCL (Association of School and College Leaders) in the UK and the external evaluator Vilmos Vass

SLT4AA

SLT4AA, School Leadership Toolkit for Accelerating Achievement, a two-year Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership project, which aims to equip leadership teams with the competences, structures and tools to transform underperforming schools into high performing schools has now drawn to a close.

Partners trialled the ‘toolkit’ modules in 5 schools in Hungary, 6 schools in Bulgaria, 4 schools in Estonia and two school consortia in Portugal, which covered 23 schools in total.

Training Modules

SLT4AA, School Leadership Toolkit for Accelerating Achievement, is a two-year Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership project, which aims to equip leadership teams with the competences, structures and tools to transform underperforming schools into high performing schools.

Partners have now been able to trial the ‘toolkit’ modules in a range of different schools in their own country.

All six training modules have been tested and refined. They are now approaching the end of the second phase of testing. They all have a set of activities and resources, but they have been designed in a flexible way to enable each school to use the parts they think are most appropriate and to develop their own resources to go alongside the activities.

Training Modules

SLT4AA, School Leadership Toolkit for Accelerating Achievement, is a two-year Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership project, which aims to equip leadership teams with the competences, structures and tools to transform underperforming schools into high performing schools.

Partners have developed a set of training modules, a ‘toolkit’, for school leadership teams, to equip the teams to accelerate the pace of school improvement. The toolkit is based on an analysis of how two UK schools were transformed from failing to highly successful schools.

The toolkit is tailored to address the specific priorities of individual schools and incorporates an initial activity, four training modules and a final action planning activity.

The preliminary activity requires schools to collect and analyse data on the school in order to provide a baseline for evaluation, so that the school is in a position to assess impact and progress.

Welcome to SLT4AA

SLT4AA, School Leadership Toolkit for Accelerating Achievement is a two-year Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership project, which aims to equip leadership teams with the competences, structures and tools to transform underperforming schools into high performing schools.

The project will develop training modules, a ‘toolkit’, for school leadership teams, which are designed to equip the teams to accelerate the pace of school improvement. The toolkit is based on an analysis of how two UK schools were transformed from failing to highly successful schools, which is then developed and tested in schools in all partner countries.

The project is led by Durham University in the UK and has five further partners, ASCL (Association of School and College Leaders) from the UK, Teach for Bulgaria, part of the Teach First network, and three Universities, Debrecen in Hungary, Tartu in Estonia and Lusofona in Portugal.

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