29
Jan 2020

2019/2020 Newly Qualified Teacher Development Programme - Primary

The Partners in Learning Primary NQT programme is designed and facilitated to support NQTs through a series of face-to-face training sessions, gap tasks and a peer network. This extended programme will be sustained over a ten-month period and will be 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 programme:

  • To support the participants to meet the required induction standards
  • To provide NQTs with teaching strategies that have been proven to support learning
  • To facilitate a network for continued professional learning and mutual support

Involvement

A programme of support and development which includes:

  • Welcome Meetings
  • Face to Face training and networking sessions
  • On-going training and support for Mentors
  • Regular in school mentoring

Details:

28/11/2019 - Face to face Day 1
Delivering High Quality Teaching and Learning through the Core Subjects
Venue : Bentley New Village Primary School

Time : 08:30 Arrival for 09:00 Start - 15:30 Finish 

29/01/2020 - Face to face Day 2 
Delivering High Quality Teaching and Learning through the Foundation Subjects
Venue : Bentley New Village Primary School 

Time : 08:30 Arrival for 09:00 Start - 15:30 Finish 

03/03/2020 - Face to face Day 3
Establishing High Expectations and Creating a Positive Climate for Learning
Venue : Bentley New Village Primary School 

Time : 08:30 Arrival for 09:00 Start - 15:30 Finish                                                                                    

20/05/2020 - Face to face Day 4
Experiencing High Quality Teaching and Learning in Different Contexts 
Venue: Bentley New Village Primary School  

Time : 08:30 Arrival for 09:00 Start - 15:30 Finish 

10/06/2020 - Face to face Day 5
Understanding Learning and Progress
Venue : Bentley new Village Primary School 

Time : 08:30 Arrival for 09:00 Start - 15:30 Finish 

Cost

  • £395.00 per NQT for members of Partners in Learning 
  • £445.00 per NQT 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 admin@partnersinlearning.org.uk 

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28
Jan 2021

Health and Well-being for Early Career Teachers

As a teacher for twenty years, I know first-hand the passion and dedication we as teachers have in making a difference to young people and children’s lives. I also know that teaching is challenging and mentally, physically and emotionally exhausting!

Too many experienced and newly qualified teachers leave the profession each year because teaching is impacting negatively on their well-being. Understanding from the early days of your teaching career the importance of prioritising your well-being and building and embedding self-care habits into your daily life will make a huge difference.

Our young people and children need good teachers who are well, engaged and motivated and so taking the time to understand you own well-being and establish your own personalised well-being care will support you to build, sustain and thrive in your teaching career.

 

The virtual sessions will be one-and-a half-hours in length with the following dates available: 

Thursday 28th January 2021 - 1pm until 2.30pm

Tuesday 16th February 2021 - 1pm until 2.30pm

Tuesday 9th March 2021 - 3.30pm until 5pm (TWILIGHT)

 

The sessions will include the following:

 space and time to reflect on your own unique well-being

  • consider the different elements of well-being and what can affect these
  • understand the importance of prioritising your well-being in the short and long term as an individual and specifically as a teacher
  • understand stress and pressure: identifying triggers and strategies
  • become more self-aware and build resilience
  • begin to develop your own personalised well-being toolkit / strategies / habits
  • time to reflect and discuss with colleagues

Once you have booked onto the session you will receive an e-mail containing the joining link in the week prior to the session.  

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02
Feb 2021

Primary Early Career Teacher Online Network - Term 2

The Partners in Learning Early Career Teacher Network is designed and facilitated to support NQTs through a series of sessions over the academic year. 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

NQTs who have deferred their Induction Year from last year are very welcome and encouraged to attend. 

Cost

  • 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 admin@partnersinlearning.org.uk 

 

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04
Feb 2021

Secondary Early Career Teacher Online Network - Term 2

The Partners in Learning Early Career Teacher Network is designed and facilitated to support NQTs through a series of face-to-face sessions over the academic year. 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

NQTs who have deferred their Induction Year from last year are very welcome and encouraged to attend. 

Cost

  • 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 admin@partnersinlearning.org.uk 

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