Whilst the past few months have been pretty hard to explain, think about, go through and reflect on, we’ve been doing all those.
We know that schools and staff within have been coming up with some pretty amazing new ways of teaching, so we’d like to enable them to share all this and discuss. Please find below our flyer for the TeachMeet happening soon.
Form to sign up to present: https://forms.gle/LH43yiSbsbHt1tTT7
Details on our events page.
Using spoken language to communicate effectively:
To book a place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01326 572998
Cornwall Oracy Flyer
Evidence informed approaches to improving the primary-secondary transition in Maths
Sign up for this event by Google Forms: https://forms.gle/sTx6dApyubhueS2S7
Maths flyer updated
A brilliant 3 day course on Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning:
Sign up for this event by Google Forms: https://forms.gle/G7x7L7GskknTj1E5A
Pleased to be supporting the Cornwall Teaching Schools Together offer of NPQSL (and NPQML). Flyer below.
NPQSL 1920 CTST (1)
Interesting report on the current Teacher Labour Market:
Now live in South West, finally!
The DfE has now launched a free job listing service for all state schools and searchable jobs database for teachers looking for jobs: https://teaching-vacancies.service.gov.uk/. All schools in the South West have been sent an email inviting them to sign up and begin advertising jobs in the w/c 4th February. As soon as a school, academy or MAT signs up they can begin advertising roles.
If your school did not receive an invitation, or would like to advertise vacancies on behalf of your organisation you can send an email to email@example.com. Teachers can begin to use the database to search for jobs from February.
Please find below details of a new DfE initiative to provide CPD for those in the first 5 years of teaching. This is part of their Recruitment and Retention strategy:
The four-term Accelerate programme begins early Spring Term 2019 and will rapidly develop your skills to improve outcomes for the young people you teach and benefit your wider school community. Funded by the Department for Education, it’s open to teachers in the first five years of their careers who are teaching in schools that meet our eligibility criteria. Places are limited – you can register your place today, or visit the contact us page to sign up to receive updates if you’re not yet ready to apply.
An essential read alongside the new Ofsted Framework, big changes to understand and implement:
Great to stumble in interesting articles – this one is about the place of creativity in teaching – not settling for compliance as a teacher:
Competent and Creative
If you have other good articles to share – get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org