Teacher subject specialism training (TSST) is a free programme, available to non-specialist teachers interested in expanding their knowledge and skillset to teach maths, physics or modern foreign languages. It can help increase confidence, subject knowledge and pedagogy.
Daniel Jones, Assistant Head teacher at Springfield Junior School, Ipswich, explains why their Pupil Premium approach focuses on classroom teaching Springfield Junior School is part of the Research School network. A third of our pupils at Springfield attract pupil premium. …
We speak to participants taking part in school-led equality and diversity projects to find out more about the tools and techniques schools use to support teachers with leadership potential.
A dynamic professional development programme run by a teaching school alliance helps develop staff into leaders and drives school improvement in a large multi-academy trust in London.
National leader of education, Barbara Rogers, shares her experiences of supporting other schools in the North West and how to achieve those light bulb moments.
We talk to an assistant headteacher about her career path in a primary teaching school and why she’s so passionate about training new teachers starting out in the classroom.
A north-west teaching school is drawing on the power of a large collaboration of schools to create a successful teacher training operation.
In 2013, Our Lady and St Benedict was judged to be requires improvement by Ofsted. At the time, they were operating with 50% supply teachers, struggling to get consistent teaching and the school was run-down. Now the corridors and classrooms …
Amy Page is an assistant headteacher at Studley High, and runs the initial teacher training programme for the Shires Teaching School Alliance in Warwickshire.
We met Lee Gray the headteacher at Studley High at the induction for new teaching schools last year. We caught up with Lee later in the autumn term to find out more about his plans. You can watch a video …