This programme is a valuable way of supporting the NQT +1 colleagues in your school through the use of some of your Education Recovering funding. This programme has been designed in response to the challenging two years that this cohort of teachers have experienced in terms of training and NQT experience.
These sessions are designed to offer invaluable support to NQT+1 and allow them to explore how they can embed strong teaching and learning practices within their classroom, consider where their career path may go and also how they can use academic research to continue their understanding of pedagogy and how it can impact their professional development.
The twilights will take place from 4pm to 5.30pm and will be delivered either virtually or face to face in accordance with COVID guidelines at the time. Details will be sent before each session.
Who is this course for?
Recently qualified teachers (NQT+1s).
The course is aimed at those who have successfully completed their NQT induction and are now working within schools, but without the mentoring framework so valued by NQTs.
Attendance to all of the following 8 sessions is ideal however we understand that committing to all 8 may be prohibitive. Please contact email@example.com if you wish to discuss a more flexible package.
28th September 2021
|Session 1: Developing independent learners||Tessa Miles|
20th October 2021
|Session 2: Embedding classroom practice||Ben Garcia|
11th November 2021
|Session 3: Differentiation||Matt McArthur, Whole School SEND|
17th January 2022
|Session 4: Retrieval practice||Beth Fraser and Caroline Michel|
22nd February 2022
|Session 5: Career directions||Athena Pitsillis|
22nd March 2022
|Session 6: Communication for students with complex needs||Matt McArthur, Whole School SEND|
21st April 2022
|Session 7: Whole school literacy and numeracy||Melissa Hall and Tom Way|
15th June 2022
|Session 8: Using educational research to support professional development||Karen Roskilly, Research School|
Meet the Facilitators
Session 1: Tessa Miles, Assistant Director of Teaching School: Professional Learning at Sandringham School
Session 2: Ben Garcia, Assistant Headteacher, Sir John Lawes School
Session 3: Matt McArthur, Whole School SEND
Session 4: Beth Fraser and Caroline Michel, Sir John Lawes School
Session 5: Athena Pitsillis, Assistant Headteacher, Sandringham School
Session 6: Matt McArthur, Whole School SEND
Session 7: Melissa Hall, St Albans Girls’ School & Tom Way, Harlington Upper School, Bedford
Session 8: Karen Roskilly, Sandringham Research School