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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    sorry meant 1 of 3 ict based non teaching ast heads bursers dont count

    russ

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

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    sorry meant 1 of 3 ict based non teaching ast heads bursers dont count

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    No they use Excel

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    lol ... nope ... there are over 20 equivalent people who are Asst Heads looking after ICT stuff ...

    NCSL have courses now for Business Managers as senior leaders ... but nothing for us yet, however they do 'leading from the middle' for associate staff now, so it is a start.

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    I don't think you have to convince OFSTED, it's teaching staff that wouldn't be able to get their head round it.

    All I have to say is "well done Tony"!!

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    Most of our teachers are fine with it ... it gives them access to someone who is open to ideas and willing to share them, someone who is not bogged down with day to day support, someone who can fill in for other things when needed ...

    Thankfully the head of faculty of ICT and DT is helpful and we generally have a good working relationship. We both believe in devolved leadership for ICT and were very happy that when we went along to TeamSLICT we knew exactly what we need to do over the next few years ... it is just getting the right combination of time, people and money.

    I am sat here writing the timeline for what we have done over the last 3 years and what are plans are for the next 3-5 ... and it is scary ...

    We have spent a considerable amount of money and I am now justifying it ... some based on ICT results, some based on subject results in other areas ... most based on showing best practise.

    Roll on Wednesday

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH
    When the need for someone with a high level IT skills and experience is needed in senior management

    I would have thought that these days someone like this is always needed. There certainly isn't anyone like that in my schools, or the local secondarys. It is nice to see that someone is forward looking in this business!

    Good Luck with the beasts

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    Quote Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
    So ... there is a new target to aim for chaps and chappesses.
    Not here there isn't

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    Quote Originally Posted by richard
    Quote Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
    So ... there is a new target to aim for chaps and chappesses.
    Not here there isn't
    So are these people paid as Support Staff or Teaching Staff ?

    Because lets face it there is an awfull lot of difference between to the two pay scales.

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    Re: The dreaded phonecall

    they are paid as non teaching assistant heads most of time which means wage is higher than senior network manager andi s inline with smt management paygrades but thy are often on lower grade than same teaching assistant heads

    but once more non teaching assistant heads then can ask to bring pay inline with teachers

    Russ

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