Inspiring Teachers, Outstanding Learners
The Inspiring Teachers, Outstanding Learners programme is designed to encourage self-reflection as a Learner and a Teacher. Placing the emphasis on developing outstanding learners helps to move the teachers to inspiring and outstanding whilst avoiding a tick-box approach to progress. Participants place their understanding within the local and national context and use Ofsted standards as a basis for improvement. The implementation of Evidence Informed Practice and little 'lift's enable participants to explore their own learning, develop and explore teaching strategies and focus on increasing their confidence to close the gaps.
Session 1 – Twilight – Thursday 11th January – 4 to 6 pm - Canterbury Primary School Training & Development Centre
To understand the Ofsted criteria for outstanding.
To develop an understanding of the Learner and the role of the teacher
To look at the role of action research in developing outstanding practice
Session 2 – Wednesday 24th January – 9 am to 12 noon - Canterbury Primary School Training & Development Centre
A morning spent in a school - observing practice, reviewing the learning environment and speaking to relevant leader.
Session 3 - Twilight – Thursday 8th February – 4 to 6 pm – Canterbury Primary School
To look at the term ‘Closing the gap’
To look at ways to ‘close the gap’
To explore different ‘lifts’ that can be made to improve learning and children’s involvement
Session 4 – Twilight - Thursday 19th April – 4 to 6 pm - Canterbury Primary School Training & Development Centre
To present findings of action research
Course Fee: £225 (15 places available)