Programmes and Events

Nov 2019

2019/2020 Early Career Teacher Network

The Partners in Learning Early Career Teacher Network is designed and facilitated to support NQTs through a series of face-to-face sessions. This network is designed in line with the Standard for teachers’ professional development (DfE 2016). It will complement in-school CPD and support from mentors. Wherever possible we will draw upon the best available evidence on teaching and learning.

The purpose of the Network:

  • To support the participants to meet the required induction standards
  • To provide Early Career Teachers with teaching strategies that have been proven to support learning
  • To facilitate a network for continued professional learning and mutual support
  • Receive key updates and listen to more experienced practitioners 
  • Participants should come prepared to talk about there current practice and engage in activities


  • 20/11/2019 - Network 1
    Venue : The Pinfold Building
    Time: 4pm until 6pm 
  • 09/03/2020 - Network 2 
     : The Pinfold Building
    Time: 4pm until 6pm 
  • 18/06/2020 - Network 3
    Venue : The Pinfold Building
    Time: 4pm until 6pm  


  • FREE for members of Partners in Learning 
  • £20 per person for non-members of Partners in Learning


Terms and Conditions 

By completing the registration form below you will be accepting the Partners in Learning Terms and Conditions for all programmes and events. A copy of the terms and conditions can be requested from 

  • Venue The Pinfold Building
  • Start date 20/11/19
  • Time 16:00
  • Trainers Gill Ayre, Director of NQTs for Partners in Learning
  • Audience Early Career Teachers
“I really wanted to express how fantastic the NQT science training was yesterday. Tanya was a fantastic trainer and shared some great resources and ideas. As someone who hated science at school and isn't the most confident at teaching it; it inspired me to really think about how I could make my science lessons more creative and fun. I have already begun to implement some of the ideas and resources she shared in my Year 3 classroom and the children love it".
Natalie - NQT , 2017