To be eligible your school should have an ICSEA (Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage) score below 1000. You can find this information at www.myschool.edu.au.
You are eligible for the program if your school has an ICSEA below 1000 and you are in a position of responsibility where you lead a team of adults and have the opportunity to deliver professional development and provide coaching to other teachers (at least one).
Yes. Victorian faith-based schools are eligible. More details regarding the cost of the program for schools will be published before applications open on September 4.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can see if your school is eligible using additional data points.
We welcome applications from those in more senior roles of responsibility, as long as your role includes responsibility for:
Typically, more senior roles involve all of this… and more! You can access our key objectives here to ensure they are areas that are relevant to your development.
All applicants complete an online application form. The first section determines your eligibility to join the program and the second asks three questions to ascertain your leadership potential. If successful, you will be invited to one of our selection days.
Both the application form and selection day performance are assessed against our competency framework. Should you meet our requirements in both, you will be formally issued an invitation to join the program (reliant on the endorsement of your school leader).
Yes, as long as your new role will meet the above-listed eligibility requirements.
The workshops are a compulsory component of the program. We expect Fellows to attend all sessions. In special circumstances a Fellow might be permitted to miss one session but would be required to complete catch up work.
Given the national scope of the program, the dates chosen have taken multiple school calendars into account. Unfortunately, we are unable to alter dates for specific individuals or regions.
The workshops use an approach that is a balance of new content and active and interactive application of, and reflection on the content. Each session aligns to our Leadership Competency Framework.
Fellows are normally expected to complete some short preparation activities, such as brief pre-reading or identifying relevant connections to the content (which will then be used in the session) and sessions are followed up with some homework.
However, homework typically involves implementing the new content and strategies learnt in the session. It is therefore not additional work and is relevant to maximising your role back at your school.
Teach To Lead welcomes applications from anyone who meets our eligibility criteria. However, we assess all of our applicants as individuals.
The process is fair and rigorous. As a result we cannot commit to group endorsements. Each application is judged on individual merit.
While we certainly recognise the significant role an effective Business Manager or HR Leader plays in a high performing school, the Teach To Lead program is only open to teachers and school leaders.
The content of the program is centred on providing excellent leadership in order to raise student achievement. As a result, our Fellows are required to be directly accountable for student achievement and outcomes.
Program dates for the 2018 cohort will be published here before applications open in September.
In 2017, our workshops will take place in Victoria and travel will be funded for Interstate Fellows. Leadership coaching will be provided in a mix of workshops and virtual sessions, ensuring a strong coaching relationship regardless of distance.
Teach To Lead are committed to supporting all of our Fellows. If you chose to take parental leave we would work with you in order to accommodate this. For more information contact us at email@example.com.