Teaching and Learning , History, ITT, Continued Professional Development, Collaborative Learning, Leadership Training
Lucie has 17 years’ experience of teaching in Kent having taught in three very different schools across the County. In her capacity as Lead Teacher for Teaching and Learning she has developed her current School’s CPD provision which has created a Whole School Learning Community. As well as supporting CPD across the East Kent, Lucie supports staff in the delivery of progressive learning strategies.
Lucie has experience of leading two History departments and continues to support her department's development. In addition, she has supported whole school developments in literacy and numeracy and SEND as well as moving teaching from Good to Outstanding. Through her role as Professional Mentor she has developed and sustained a relationship with several ITE institutions and leads a very strong and successful team of subject mentors.
Leadership Development; Teaching & Learning; Most able students; Raising Boys Achievement; Physical Education
James was part of the then new National curriculum (2007) in a PE pilot when starting his teaching career in North London. Since moving to Herne Bay High School, he has gained experience working in a Sports College team and having championed the Kent AfL PE framework, James was designated a lead teacher by the Kent LEA.
Since moving to senior leadership, James has led on work to improve provision and outcomes for the most able students including aspects of research-informed teaching, learning and assessment. He has also done successful work on closing gap between genders especially in raising boy’s achievement.