CPD Courses & INSETs

Our range of outstanding CPD training courses span subjects such as English, Maths, Science and Leadership. All of our courses are dynamic, inspiring and packed with best-practice activities and approaches that you can immediately apply in your school or classroom. We constantly receive outstanding feedback, with over 95% of teachers and school leaders rating our courses as "Excellent".

Many courses are also available as an INSET day, tailored to your specific requirements. Click here to download our latest brochure.


livestream CPD courses delivered by livestream - accessible from home, from your school, or anywhere with an internet-connected device

Recording CPD courses pre-recorded for access for 30 days at home, at school or anywhere with an internet-connected device

venue CPD courses delivered face-to-face at training venues or hotels across England

A Guide to Teaching Maths at Key Stage 3 for the Non-Specialist

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This course will not only develop the maths knowledge and fluency teachers need, but also look at the pedagogy that delivers high quality and highly engaging maths lessons. We will look at how we can be creative in maths, as well as the importance of applying maths skills in a range of contexts.

£265 + VAT

Achieving Excellence in Remote Learning (2-Part Series)

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Whilst of particular importance during the COVID era, remote learning is unlikely to disappear as a feature of education in the future. In this two-part on-demand series, we bring together theory and best practice from across the country, to help you navigate this complicated - and sometimes frustrating - area of pedagogy.

£150 + VAT

Achieving Excellence in Vocabulary Acquisition

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Have you heard of the 'Word Gap' - the large disparity in how many words children hear at home before they reach school age? This engaging short course outlines five powerful approaches to help your children acquire vocabulary, and use it in more sophisticated ways.

£99 + VAT

Achieving Greater Depth in English

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What does it take for your children to achieve greater depth in both reading and writing? This fast-paced, practical, one-day CPD course shares the secrets behind school-wide strategies for success.

£265 + VAT

Achieving Greater Depth in Maths

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How can you help your pupils to achieve greater depth in Maths? This one-day CPD course shares the secrets behind strategies for success.

£265 + VAT

Active Learning in English

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Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99 + VAT

Active Learning in Maths

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Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99 + VAT

Active Learning in Science

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Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99 + VAT

Active Learning in the Foundation Subjects

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Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in doing so.

£99 + VAT

Active Learning in the Humanities

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Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in doing so.

£99 + VAT

Art and DT Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part course tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of Art and DT leadership.

£150 + VAT

Assessing Learning in the EYFS: Developing Observations of Children

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One of the most important roles of the early years practitioner is to assess the progress of children to ensure that the learning opportunities are correctly matched to the individual child’s needs.

£99 + VAT

Assessment in the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

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‘Start with the end in mind’ - said by more than one leader in education thinking. What does this mean for assessment? And how does this apply within the new Ofsted Inspection Framework?

£99 + VAT

Bar Modelling in Mathematics

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Children often struggle to understand mathematical ideas if they move towards the “abstract” too quickly, and one of the most helpful pictorial approaches is the bar model. Watch this short course for a full explanation of how bar models work, and how they can help your children towards maths mastery.

£99 + VAT

Building Pupil Resilience

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Resilience is a bit of a magic word in education: when you get it right, children learn from failure, persist in practice, manage fall-outs, overcome distractions, and much much more! So how do we teach resilience? 

£99 + VAT

But I Just Want to Play! Practical Ways to Support Reluctant Learners

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Despite the wide variety of activities and learning opportunities available within a setting, there are always some children who are difficult to engage in certain areas of learning.

£99 + VAT

Challenging Conversations: Feedback and Support to Improve

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Supporting staff can be fraught with challenges. Choosing the right tone, approach, setting to convey your message so it has impact is tricky.  Maintaining improvements after that initial conversation can be trickier.  How can we improve, whilst keeping people on board?

£99 + VAT

Challenging Pupil Behaviour & How to Overcome It

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Discover ways to improve pupil behaviour at your school. This practical course provides a range of strategies and approaches to classroom practice that can help.

£265 + VAT

Child-led Learning: How to Capitalise On It and How To Manage It

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Many researchers, past and present, have advocated for child-led learning in the early years. However, this can seem like a daunting approach which is difficult to plan.

£99 + VAT

Classroom Management Skills for Support Staff

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This course will help support staff understand the psychology of the classroom and provide a range of strategies to cope with low-level disruption, as well as ways of making sure the behaviour does not re-occur. We will discuss a series of practical evidence-based strategies to help manage ourselves, as well as the learners. The whole course has a clear focus on how effective classroom management provides better outcomes for learners.

£265 + VAT

Closing The Gap: Raising Attainment For Disadvantaged Pupils

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Accelerate the learning of disadvantaged pupils. This dynamic course inspires teachers and leaders with proven strategies to enable our disadvantaged children to reach their potential.

£265 + VAT

Coaching and Mentoring in Secondary Schools and FE

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Coaching and mentoring has benefits far beyond the actual one-to-one or group sessions. It can change the culture of the school and create a sense of community and belonging. Peer mentoring provides learners with a range of life skills and the whole programme can use TAs, support coaches, grounds staff, administrators etc., as well as teachers, thereby creating a sense of cohesion throughout the school or college. This course will focus on skills that can be useful for mentoring both young learners and adults.

£299 + VAT

Coaching for Children: Empowering your Students to Drive their own Learning

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Empower children by taking a step back, whether that’s in problem solving, restorative approaches in the playground, or metacognition in the classroom.

£99 + VAT

Coaching for School Leaders

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As a school leader, you know that the value of coaching within your school cannot be underestimated. Discover the full power of successful, effective coaching with this inspirational course.

£299 + VAT

Cognitive Development in Practice: Creating Thinking Schools

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This course provides real-world, practical ideas to help support schools in developing their ‘thinking learners’, giving ownership of that learning process back to the children, to improve outcomes from Early Years through to Year 6.

£265 + VAT

Come Rain, Hail or Shine: Using the Outdoors to Enhance Learning

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Outdoor environments offer unique learning opportunities that simply cannot be experienced indoors. This on-demand short course explores the many proven benefits of outdoor play - come rain, hail or shine!

£99 + VAT

Composites and Components: Designing and Delivering a Knowledge-rich Curriculum

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Curriculum design is at the heart of the 2019 Ofsted Framework, and knowledge is at the centre of that. This course explores Ofsted’s “in-house” model for examining curriculum progression, and how it can be used to support effective and engaging learning.

£99 + VAT

Computing or ICT? How Children can Achieve Well in Digital Literacy and Computer Science

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We often joke that children know more about computers than adults; this can lead to a crippling lack of confidence among teachers, and the issue has been exacerbated by the 2014 Curriculum’s shift in focus away from traditional software literacy, towards programming and computer science.

£99 + VAT

Computing Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of computing/ICT leadership.

£150 + VAT

Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract: Supporting Understanding for All Pupils

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With the development of teaching for mastery in maths, the need for variation in approach and context has become a vital part of the learning process. Along with this comes the need for children to be supported in their understanding in a variety of ways. One of the most effective ways is through the use of the concrete-pictorial abstract approach.

£99 + VAT

Courageous Conversations for School Leaders

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Challenging conversations are a daily occurrence for school leaders. In this inspirational, practical course, you will be supporting in cultivating your communication skills to get the best outcomes from these all-important conversations.

£299 + VAT

Creating a Broad and Balanced Curriculum

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This exciting CPD course will support primary school leaders in designing and implementing a coherent, rich and varied curriculum that will benefit pupils of all ages.

£299 + VAT

Creating a Curriculum of Wonder: Irresistible Learning in Special Schools

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How do you maintain academic rigour, high expectations, pupil engagement AND meet the wider requirements of children with complex needs?  This interactive course will take you through the stages of curriculum design, all with a special needs focus.

£265+VAT

Creating Challenge: Greater Depth Across the Curriculum

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What does ‘challenge’ really look like? Is it about doing more versus going deeper? Do whole-class approaches inhibit the required level of focus on the individual child? In this short course, we share a range of strategies that have worked to engage and challenge pupils towards greater depth of thought, improved reasoning and higher outcomes.

£99 + VAT

Creating Collaboration

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Collaborative learning structures are one of the most cost-effective ways to increase progress, but many children struggle with the basic skills required: sharing, listening, turn-taking and so on.

£99 + VAT

Creative Outdoor Learning

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An exciting and inspirational approach to developing learning skills and content at all ages for those eager to find out the benefits of being outdoors.

£265 + VAT

Creative Teaching of Grammar

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Does the subject of grammar make your staff get excited? Smile? Stare thoughtfully at their notepads? We’ve encountered all of the above, and have responded with this highly-engaging on-demand training session aimed at one key thing: to make grammar creative!

£99 + VAT

Creative Teaching of Punctuation

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Does the idea of teaching punctuation get your staff excited? Smile? Stare thoughtfully at their notepads? We’ve encountered all of the above, and have responded with this highly-engaging training session aimed at one key thing: to make punctuation fun!

£99 + VAT

Creative Teaching of Spelling

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Do spelling lessons get your staff excited? Smile? Stare thoughtfully at their notepads? We’ve encountered all of the above, and have responded with this highly-engaging training session aimed at one key thing: to make spelling fun!

£99 + VAT

Creativity in the EYFS: Getting Messy Has a Purpose!

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Messy play is much more than just play and mess - it’s creativity at a whole new level. It gives children the opportunity to develop their imagination, curiosity and solve problems.

£99 + VAT

Data Analysis for Primary Schools

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Bring your school’s data along to this practical and insightful course, to discuss practical ways to inform your School Development Plan based on your data. Explore ways to ensure accurate and robust data collection in a practical and achievable way.

£299 + VAT

Deep Learning: Developing a Toolkit for Revision, Study and Exam Skills

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Effective study skills have been identified as a way of improving the performance of all learners and of closing the gap between boys and girls. This course will look at a range of tried and trusted techniques, but will also move beyond the recognised approaches we may be familiar with, to look at new, creative and specific approaches to learning that will both support exam/revision skills and encourage deep learning.

£265 + VAT

Developing English GDS through Classic Literature

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It can be difficult to challenge strong readers at primary, because they often run out of age-appropriate material to read. A powerful solution can be to use children's literature from years gone by: it fulfils our 'cultural capital’ obligations, but it's also an exciting way to engender higher-level learning.

£99 + VAT

Developing our Teaching Staff: Effective Lesson Observations, Learning Walks and Feedback

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There have been many recent studies looking at evidence-based approaches to lesson observations and learning walks in order to make sure that these make a valuable contribution to the development of teaching and learning. Lesson observations are now seen as part of the Ofsted ‘deep dive’ and it is essential that as senior and middle leaders we have a clear idea of how our curriculum is actually being implemented in the classroom. However, lesson observations also have an important role to play within the school’s own development path, as a way of not only identifying where support may be needed but also as a fantastic way of sharing great practise.

£299 + VAT

Developing Outstanding Subject and Middle Leaders

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This informative and practical course will help you to understand, and make progress in, your role as a primary subject leader or middle leader.

£299 + VAT

Developing Writing: Engaging Ways to Support Children in Acquiring Early Writing Skills

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Writing is a fundamental skill in education, and it's vital that children get the best possible start in the early years. It is important to develop their love of writing, by engaging them in purposeful activities.

£99 + VAT

Disciplinary Knowledge in History

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In its 2021 subject inspections, Ofsted found that ‘disciplinary knowledge’ was a major weakness in history teaching. The requirement is certainly a cause of some anxiety for primary teachers but we hope to allay your concerns with this informative short course.

£99 + VAT

Don’t Drown in the Deep Dive: What to Expect from the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

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Uncertainty can lead to fear, which is not a great place from which to make decisions. Let us help you navigate areas of uncertainty around the new ‘Deep Dive’ language and methodology. This course will help you can prepare straight-forward strategic actions to help you implement improvements where you need them.

£99 + VAT

Don’t Fear the Blank Page: Using Poetry to Inspire Writing

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The writing process is complicated, with lots of competing requirements, and this often makes it overwhelming for children. However, poetry can provide an engaging and empowering ‘way in’ to this process.

£99 + VAT

Drawing on Reading to Inform their Writing: The ‘Chunking’ Approach

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English GDS criteria require that children be able to draw on their reading to inform their writing. In this online session you will find out about TT Education’s popular ‘chunking’ approach which teaches children to use high-quality literary and grammar analysis. They learn to unpick the ‘author’s craft’, find and identify the ‘effect’, and ultimately give their own writing a proper purpose.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: Art and Design

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through Art and Design, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: DT

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through DT, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: Geography

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through Geography, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: History

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through History, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: Music

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through Music, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: PE

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through PE, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: RE

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through RE, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Early Years Curriculum Tracking: Science

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, and one of its changes is a stronger emphasis on the “subjects” that we are perhaps more familiar with in key stage curriculums. This course takes you through Science, and explains what it looks like in the Reception year.

£99 + VAT

Effective Performance Management for School Leaders

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Discover how to manage the performance of your staff in a positive way that will support the improvement of their day-to-day performance.

£299 + VAT

Effective Whole-Class Reading

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The face of education and the approaches we use when teaching are constantly changing. Approaches to the teaching and learning of reading skills are no different. Many schools are moving away from guided reading approaches and more towards whole class teaching of reading skills.

£99 + VAT

Empowering TAs in Primary Schools

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Teaching assistants make up a quarter of the primary workforce, and they can be a powerful tool in creating inclusive learning. Sometimes, though, they are left struggling to find direction, or to feel valued as part of the school ‘team’.

£265+VAT

Enabling Environments: How to Develop Your Learning Spaces

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The publication ‘Development Matters’ (Early Education, 2012) highlights the importance of: engaging environments where children feel safe to take risks and explore; where rich learning experiences are designed to meet individual needs; and all learning is valued.

£99 + VAT

Enabling Support: Getting the best from your TA

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TAs make up a quarter of the primary workforce, but they sometimes don't have the impact that we - or they - would like. How can we strengthen the teacher-TA relationship to get the best outcomes for children? This specially-extended on-demand training session expands on some of the ideas in our 'Working With Your TA' short course.

£99 + VAT

Engaging Parents

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Some schools have very high levels of parental engagement - but it’s not just down to demography… so how do they do it? In this on-demand short course we will explore different ways to engage parents in home learning and beyond.

£99 + VAT

Equality, Equity, Justice: Protected Characteristics in the Primary Phase

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This on-demand training session looks at the place of ‘protected characteristics’ in the new Relationships Education guidance, investigates ‘accidental discrimination’, provides you with the ‘politically correct’ vocabulary, and gives advice on how to improve your pastoral care – so that everyone’s school experience is positive.

£99 + VAT

Essential Skills for Front Line and Office Staff

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Front line or office staff are often the first people visitors to the school encounter – they are the ‘directors of first impressions’. This course will explore how to get the best out of these staff to help the school or college project the image it wants to a range of ‘customers’ and provide an outstanding quality of service.

£265 + VAT

Everyone is a Leader: Looking at Leadership, Vision and Team-Approaches to Developing EYFS Practice

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The concept of 'leader' has a broader meaning in OFSTED's new framework. Early years leaders are expected to have a wide-ranging knowledge of their setting and, in fact, everyone is now seen as having a certain level of leadership in their own right.

£99 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Art

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The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This training session will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary art.

£99 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Computing

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The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This short course will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary computing.

£99 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Geography

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The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This on-demand training session will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary geography.

£99 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary History

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The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This on-demand training session will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary history.

£99 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Music

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The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This on-demand training session will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary music.

£99 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary P.E.

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The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This training will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary physical education.

£99 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary R.E.

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The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This on-demand training session will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary religious education.

£99 + VAT

Geography Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of geography leadership. It will:

£150 + VAT

Getting Boys to Read and Write

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Gender differences can start appearing very early in children’s attitudes to learning, and an age-old problem is that of getting boys to engage in English. This on-demand training session will take you through some exciting but easy-to-apply ideas for increasing boys’ enthusiasm for this core subject, and strategies to expand that renewed interest into the foundation subjects too.

£99 + VAT

GPS Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. What does this mean for SPaG/GPS? This three-part on-demand series covers everything a GPS coordinator should know.

£150 + VAT

History Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of history leadership.

£150 + VAT

How Tall Was the Beanstalk? Finding Maths in Everyday Stories

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The power of storytelling has long been understood by teachers, but maths is not a common context. Teachers do sometimes create their own mathematical narratives - to help procedural fluency in particular - but we can go further and discover mathematical ideas in real literature.

£99 + VAT

Improving Phonics Provision in the Early Years

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Phonics is a key skill for children in learning to read, write and develop language. It is the precursor to actual reading and comprehension so it must be given the appropriate amount of attention in the early years. This five-part course will develop your schools understanding of early years phonics and explore different activities to support your children on their phonics journey.

£265 + VAT

Improving Wellbeing for Children

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Help all pupils to become autonomous, resilient, flexible learners by focusing on their emotional awareness and wellbeing.

£265 + VAT

Improving Wellbeing for Teachers and Leaders

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Gain experience of practical, insightful and proven strategies to monitor, maintain and grow wellbeing for your staff.

£265 + VAT

Inspired To Lead: National Leadership Programme

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The Inspired to Lead National Leadership Programme aims to create leaders at every level and is suitable for all primary senior and middle leaders and those aspiring to leadership positions.

£598 + VAT

Interventions that Work: Getting the Most out of Support Groups and Booster Groups

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This on-demand training session looks at ways to structure interventions to ensure they are effective; and it suggests ways to mediate any negative impact on the rest of the class.

£99 + VAT

Introduction to Supporting Learners with SEND

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As teachers, we will encounter learners with special needs in all sorts of different contexts and, of course, we will encounter a wide range of special needs. These may manifest themselves in lots of different ways and have lots of different causes. Although these needs can sometimes be seen as a barrier to learning, we must also recognise the strengths these learners often have. This course will provide the essential overview in order to identify, understand and make reasonable adjustments for these learners.

£265 + VAT

It's Good to Talk: Speaking and Listening to further Learning

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One of our mantras at TT Education is that "Talk is thought" – that only when you talk something through can you realise if you've properly understood it. But in an oracy-poor society how do we develop our children's speaking and listening skills, to support and improve their learning? This course outlines the rationale for talk-based learning, provides suggestions for developing children's talk, and goes through dozens of pedagogical approaches that are based on talk.

£99 + VAT

Key Skills Series - Avoiding Unconscious Bias

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In recent months and years we’ve become more aware of ‘systemic’ and indirect discriminations - the sexism, racism and ageism we might all be guilty of, without even realising.  This course offers practical ideas for increasing our awareness of the issue, and suggests things we might do to address the problem.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Being a Great Admin Assistant

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When someone says “school worker” the word “teacher” probably springs to mind, but other roles make up a large and vital section of the school workforce. This course - part of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series - supports new administrative assistants in carrying out their duties.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Being a Great TA

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TAs make up a significant proportion of the school workforce, but they sometimes don't have the impact they would like. What does the job involve and how can we be the best that we want to, to support the children we care so much about?

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Building Confidence

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Do you suffer from ‘imposter syndrome’ - that crippling feeling we all get, that we are ‘not good enough’ for our role in school? This course suggests that confidence is not just useful but perhaps even a duty to our colleagues.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Communicating with Others

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The businessman Paul Meyer once said, “communication is the key to personal and career success.” But how much do we actually practise this important life-skill? This course offers tips for improving your communication, to help you get the best out of the team around you.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Dealing with Parents

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Learning is a process that does not solely take place in school. Parents play a pivotal role in a child’s education and development, and it’s vital that we engage with them and include them as much as possible.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Electronic Etiquette: Working with Phones and Email

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Part 4 of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series looks at the range of ‘soft’ skills you need in any workplace. This course supplements the previous session (on written communication) to explore what professionalism looks like in emails, and also over the phone.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Filling Your ‘Soft Skills Basket’

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Part 4 of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series looks at the range of ‘soft’ skills you need in any workplace. This session covers a range of competencies that are valued by employers: things like creativity, critical thinking, resilience, problem-solving and change-management.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Knowing Your Rights in the Workplace

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How do we ensure that our experience at work is as positive as it should be? How do we know that everyone is ‘playing by the rules’? This introduction to employment law aims to help you keep safe, but also to enjoy work as much as you deserve.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Leadership at Every Level

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Part 4 of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series looks at the range of ‘soft’ skills you need in any workplace. This session explains what employers mean by ‘leadership’ skills, and gives you tips and suggestions to help you improve.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Looking after your Wellbeing

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Moving into the world of work can cause anxiety even at the best of times, let alone in a high-stress industry, or in a workplace that doesn’t operate as well as it should. This course - part of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series - explores ways that you can improve and maintain your wellbeing.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Moving On: Getting Your Next Job!

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A good leader is one who empowers their employees to reach their true potential - and sometimes that means they need to move on to a new job! This course brings our acclaimed Key Skills in Educational Settings series to a close by offering a range of useful ideas to help you in that transition.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Organisational Skills

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Part 4 of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series looks at the range of ‘soft’ skills you need in any workplace. This session gives you tips and suggestions for getting more organised.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Preparing for Interview

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How do you ‘ace’ an interview? This course is packed with ideas for getting that promotion, or for applying to a different school, or even using the principles for things like grant application.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Safeguarding Children

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Aside from personal development and academic success, our top priority as educators must always be to keep children safe - in school but also within their home environment. “Safeguarding” may be an emotionally draining part of our job, but it is probably the most important.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - The Appraisal Process

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How do we ensure that our experience at work is as positive as it should be? How do we know what is expected of us, and what support we should expect in return? This course explores the world of performance management.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Understanding Children at Primary

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When the French author Antoine de Saint-Exupéry wrote that “children understand”, he of course meant that adults don’t.  He believed - or at least his famous character believed - that adults understand neither the things that children care about, nor even the children themselves. But for anyone working in education, this understanding must surely be their first aim.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Understanding Children at Secondary

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Not for nothing is it said that teenagers seem like a different species! From poor decision-making skills to impulsive behaviour, it is often impossible to understand why teens make the choices they do. But for anyone working in education, this understanding must surely be their first aim.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Understanding School Jargon

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Every industry has its own jargon, and it can sometimes make newcomers feel unwelcome. This course - part of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series - will help you navigate your way through the words and phrases used in schools.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - What is Professionalism?

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What does it mean to be a professional? What behaviours and skills can we reasonably expect from our co-workers? This course explores the idea of ‘professionalism’ and suggests ways to develop your skills and understanding, to help you improve your own - or your team’s - efficiency and effectiveness.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Working with Others

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How do we empower our team to be the best it can possibly be? As an individual, what role can you play in that journey? This course - part of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series - explores a range of ideas to help you work better with your colleagues so that, ultimately, the children will benefit.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Writing a CV

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What is a CV? What is a resumé? How do you navigate through the internet’s vast range of often-contradictory advice? Session 2 of our highly-acclaimed Key Skills in Educational Settings series is aimed at younger/newer employees, but it’s also of interest to more experienced staff for their mentoring work, or even for their own needs.

£99+VAT

Key Skills Series - Written Communication Skills

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Part 4 of our Key Skills in Educational Settings series looks at the range of ‘soft’ skills you need in any workplace. This session will help you professionalise the way you write reports, memos, letters and other forms of written workplace communication.

£99+VAT

Languages Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of Languages/MFL leadership. It will:

£150 + VAT

Leading English in the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

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Are you confident how to get the best from teachers of English, share good practice and collaboratively meet the requirements of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework? Explore how to share the vision, drive and implementation of your English curriculum – with responses tailored to your specific needs.

£299 + VAT

Leading Foundation Subjects in the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

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Are you confident how to share good practice and collaboratively meet the requirements of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework in your foundation subject? Explore how to share the vision, drive and implementation of your curriculum – with responses tailored to your specific needs.

£299 + VAT

Leading Maths in the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

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Are you confident how to share good practice and collaboratively meet the requirements of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework? Explore how to share the vision, drive and implementation of your maths curriculum – with responses tailored to your specific needs.

£299 + VAT

Leading Science in the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

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Are you confident how to share good practice and collaboratively meet the science requirements of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework? Explore how to share the vision, drive and implementation of your science curriculum – with responses tailored to your specific needs.

£299 + VAT

Learning in the EYFS: Choosing the Right Approach

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There are many different approaches to learning in the early years: pre-planned or 'in the moment', play-led or formal. But which one is the right one for your setting?

£99 + VAT

Let’s Play All Day: The Importance of Learning Through Exploration, Investigation and Real-Life Experiences

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The Path to Success rightly places great importance on the need for context and purpose in learning. This is never more vital than in the early stages of learning, and learning through play is one of the best ways to facilitate this.

£99 + VAT

Making Assessment Meaningful, Marking Manageable and Feedback Motivating

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The words ‘assessment’, ‘feedback’, ‘target setting’ and ‘monitoring progress’ are some of the most common found in education, but do we put ourselves in our learners’ shoes? Do we ask them what sort of feedback they would like, when they want it and how? Are our students involved in target-setting and the assessment process? Evidence suggests that feedback is one of the most important skills we can use to support learning, but only if we get it right. This session will pull apart and explore what we really mean by feedback, target-setting and assessment, so it works for the individual learners. 

£265 + VAT

Managing Low-Level Disruption Throughout the School

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Low-level disruption and underhanded poor behaviour has been an increasing concern for many schools over the past few years. Conflicting ideas, evidence and research have not helped in finding an effective approach. This course aims to clarify those discussions and provide practical approaches that can be critiqued and adapted to suit your specific context and students.

£265 + VAT

Mastery Across the Curriculum

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This dynamic course inspires teachers to provide primary children with meaningful opportunities to move their learning to greater depth, supporting reasoning and strengthening of thinking skills.

£265 + VAT

Mastery in Leadership

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Mastery in Leadership is a one-day CPD course for school leaders that focuses on the qualities of successful leadership. This cutting edge course draws on the latest thinking to inspire school leaders towards developing outstanding schools through reflective and visionary leadership.

£299 + VAT

Mastery in Maths in the Early Years: Using Mastery Principles to Develop Mathematical Understanding

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Many schools now lean towards mastery-style curriculums to support the development of conceptual understanding and procedural fluency. For greatest impact, this development needs to begin in the early years if children are to master mathematical concepts and gain deep understanding.

£99 + VAT

Mastery is Not Just for Maths

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The term ‘mastery’ has become synonymous with maths over the last few years as we have developed an understanding of how other countries successfully teach their maths curriculums. We have learnt a great many lessons about approaches to teaching and learning in maths.

£99 + VAT

Maths in the Outdoors

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Research has linked outdoor learning to increased motivation and creativity; it also gives children an opportunity for practical application and cognitive challenge. In a maths context this may be familiar in younger years, but perhaps less so as the children get older. How can we make the most of the outdoor environment throughout KS1-2?

£99 + VAT

Maths Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. What does this mean for maths? This three-part training covers everything a maths coordinator should know.

£150 + VAT

Meaningful Maths: Developing Lesson Design

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Changing your approach to maths lessons and everything that entails can, at times, seem overwhelming especially when you are trying to include all the different mastery elements that make maths lessons effective. So how do you do it? How do you design an effective lesson?

£99 + VAT

Misconceptions in Maths: Avoidance or Confrontation?

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When you teach maths, do your children learn? Research suggests we can achieve better outcomes by starting from their own ideas - and misconceptions. But we often make great efforts to avoid mentioning misconceptions altogether. 

£99 + VAT

More than a Transition Day: Using Long-Term Character Trait Development to Prepare Your Children for High School

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How long do you spend preparing leavers for Year 7? This training session takes a creative approach to the subject, using the idea of character traits - from the newly statutory relationships education part of PSHE - to think longer term in preparing pupils.

£99 + VAT

Morphemic Knowledge to Close the Gap

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Show your children how great morphology - the ability to play with the construction of words - could be the very thing they need to inspire greater creativity in writing and comprehension.

£99 + VAT

Much More Than Lessons: Developing Cultural Capital

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The new Ofsted inspection framework has a renewed focus on ‘cultural capital’. Developing a child’s knowledge and understanding of the world around them is a key part of the early years curriculum. Along with the development of ‘cultural capital’, it also has many other benefits.

£295 + VAT

Music Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of music leadership.

£150 + VAT

My New EAL Student: A Ten-Point Plan

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Our students may arrive from a range of countries and cultures, with different learning styles, but they still deserve the very best support. This course suggests ten practical things you can do to help support EAL / ESOL learners in your school.

£99 + VAT

New to Deputy Headship

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This one-day course explores the key characteristics of a successful deputy head from the perspective of somebody who is new to the role. 

£299+VAT

Numbers are All Around: Everyday Ways to Support Children in Developing Their Knowledge of Numbers and Counting

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Mathematical understanding is not only an important part of learning in the early years but also a vital life skill. One of the best ways to support the development of children’s mathematical understanding is through regular practice in a maths-rich environment.

£99 + VAT

Oracy in the Early Years and Beyond

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Children seem to be starting school with decreasing levels of oracy; and our focus on the written form for evidence can sometimes divert our attention from speaking and listening. This course shares several of our favourite approaches for oracy development in the Early Years, but the strategies need little adaptation to apply in the key stages too.

£99 + VAT

Outstanding Foundation Stage Practice

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Evaluate and improve your current Early Years provision.  

This course will give you a greater understanding of current expectations within the statutory EYFS framework, alongside successful strategies to enhance outdoor learning environments, improve parental engagement and, ultimately, ensure successful outcomes for all of your children. 

£265 + VAT

Outstanding SMSC Across the Primary Curriculum

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Outstanding SMSC Across the Primary Curriculum is a practical and thoughtful look at the curriculum requirements for SMSC and PSHE and ways to successfully achieve them.

£299 + VAT

Outstanding Teaching of Grammar

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Improve your subject knowledge in grammar and discover high impact games, strategies and approaches that will help you enhance your children’s grammatical knowledge.

£265 + VAT

Parents as Partners: Engaging Parents in Learning

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Learning is a process that is no longer seen as just taking place within a school or early years setting. Parents play a pivotal role in their child’s development and it is vital that we engage with them and include them as much as possible with the learning that is taking place.

£99 + VAT

PE Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of PE leadership. It will:

£150 + VAT

Phonics Catch-Up for KS2: Supporting Pupils out of Covid

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One of the biggest worries about the impact of lockdowns is that children might now have significant phonics gaps - and KS2 staff may not have the confidence to catch them up. This training provides a crash course in this specialist area, and explores ways for KS2 children to use phonics for more sophisticated spelling.

£265 + VAT

Positive Approaches to Understanding and Supporting Learners with ADHD

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Many children go through phases when they are restless or inattentive; this doesn't necessarily mean they have ADHD. However, when short attention spans, constant fidgeting and acting impulsively become barriers to their education and their lives, this course will help find ways in which we can make effective and reasonable adjustments to support their education.

£99 + VAT

Positive Approaches to Understanding and Supporting Learners with ASD

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Autistic spectrum disorder affects both communication and behaviour. While diagnosis can happen at any stage in life, it is often referred to as a developmental disorder and can be the cause of some emotional immaturities for some learners. This course will explore this wide range of variations and identify ways of working with individuals to support their development as well-rounded learners.

£99 + VAT

Practical and Positive Ways to Support Learners with Dyscalculia

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Dyscalculia is not about intelligence, nor is it about having access to proper teaching. However, this condition does cause problems for learners, not just in school but in everyday life, where they need to use maths concepts. Children with dyscalculia will find mathematics difficult, puzzling and frustrating, and this course will provide plenty of practical ideas help support them.

£99 + VAT

Practical and Positive Ways to Support Learners with Dyslexia

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For one in twenty learners, dyslexia is likely to significantly impact on their progress in reading, writing, spelling and maybe even maths. However, there are many positive ways we can support learners and build on their strengths and this practical course will give you plenty of ideas and ways of working.

£99 + VAT

Problem Solving is Not a Problem!

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When we refer to problem solving in maths it is fair to say that most of us will immediately associate that with a series of worded problems. Whilst worded problems are a valid form of problem solving, they are just one way of approaching this aspect of maths teaching and learning and as educators, we should be exposing our pupils to a much wider variety of contexts in order to develop well-rounded pupils who can tackle maths challenges in a variety of contexts.

£99 + VAT

PSHE Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. It also has an increased emphasis on personal development, behaviour, character traits, and attitudes to learning. Furthermore, much of the subject has now become statutory. All of this puts PSHE at the heart of school development. This three-part on-demand series covers everything a PSHE coordinator should know.

£150 + VAT

PSHE: Meeting the New Requirements

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The newly-statutory elements of PSHE come into force in September 2021, after being pushed back by Covid. How prepared is your school? How can you meet your legal obligations without diverting energy and focus from the other things that matter?

£99 + VAT

Quality First Teaching

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‘Quality First Teaching’ is a wide-ranging phrase that can sometimes feel a bit daunting for newer teachers. Even experienced practitioners can get a bit frustrated that so much is apparently expected in this catch-all term. Get some clarity - and dozens of practical ideas - from this exciting three-part on-demand series!

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment Across the Curriculum

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Reading, writing and maths have always had the majority of curriculum time, but how well can your pupils demonstrate progress, reasoning and deeper thinking across all subjects? This INSET explores how great learning across foundation subjects can have a positive impact on the impact core learning and development of each of your pupils.

Raising Attainment in Computing

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We live in a computer-based world. It is absolutely vital that our children understand how computers work, how to use them, and how to stay safe around them. This full-day training course will look at all aspects of the computer curriculum, as well as how to use technology to support and inspire learning across the curriculum.

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Maths

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This powerful one-day maths CPD course explores how to ensure pupils can master skills, tackle progressively challenging problems and reason effectively. It includes a range of proven strategies and fun activities to improve outcomes in maths. 

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Primary Art

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All children need the opportunity to be creative and express themselves. It allows children to think, investigate, explore all whilst developing skills and the confidence to be themselves. But how do we ensure that the skills and knowledge children need are taught in enough depth and that our curriculum is progressive?

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Primary DT

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At its best, Design Technology helps children become critical thinkers and metacognitive learners, and develop practical skills in a range of settings. But the creative process in DT can sometimes be a bit aimless and unsophisticated, especially when teachers lack confidence in this double-subject. How do we ensure that DT skills and knowledge are being taught in enough depth, and in a progressive way?

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Primary Geography

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Get an overview of the knowledge and skills that children need to become successful Geographers. This powerful one-day CPD course examines this key Foundation subject, demonstrating how to support all children to develop skills, knowledge, curiosity and a depth of understanding.

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Primary History

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This fast-paced and practical one-day CPD course shares a vision of history that will engage and inspire primary children, but also set them up with the analytical and critical skills that are vital for modern life.

 

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Primary Music

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Research has linked music education to improvements in working memory, language acquisition, spelling, concentration, effort, behaviour and wellbeing. But it is also an important subject in its own right, and it develops children’s “cultural capital”.

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Primary R.E.

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Discover simple but effective strategies to support children’s R.E. work. This engaging, practical CPD course will help you to link your R.E. provision to current developments in curriculum design and develop your pupils' love of the subject.

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in PSHE

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The newly-statutory elements of PSHE come into force in September 2021, after being pushed back by Covid. How prepared is your school? How can you meet your legal obligations without diverting energy and focus from the other things that matter?

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Reading

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Discover simple, effective ways to enhance children’s reading confidence and improve comprehension and word reading skills by attending this engaging and practical course. 

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Science

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Learn creative, practical and achievable methods to raise standards in science and inspire primary scientists. This course will provide the confidence to teach outstanding primary science in a vibrant, interactive way that promotes enquiry and learning at greater depth.

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Spelling

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Discover a range of strategies, activities and games to build children’s confidence in spelling and help them be more adventurous with their vocabulary.

£265 + VAT

Raising Attainment in Writing

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Raise standards in writing, help children generate creative ideas and broaden their vocabulary - with fun, practical and achievable methods that can be implemented straight away.

£265 + VAT

Raising the Achievement and Ambition of Boys in Secondary and FE

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How can we create a culture where all boys have high aspirations and their potential is maximised? The debate about girls’ and boys’ achievement and the ‘gap’ has been with us for many years. But is it a gap between boys and girls or just between individuals? In this course we'll have a chance to explore and critique the evidence and develop teaching and learning approaches that work in our different contexts.

£265 + VAT

Raising the Achievement in Literacy and Numeracy in Special Schools

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Numeracy, literacy and communication skills will be essential for our learners’ development and wellbeing. We shall be looking at many evidence-led creative and multi-sensory approaches to teaching in these areas. We want all learners have access to a full and meaningful curriculum as far as possible and this course will explore how this can be done in our unique circumstances.  

 

£265 + VAT

RE Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. This can put RE leaders in an uneasy position: in Faith Schools the subject is part of the Core, but it lacks the status of English and maths, and it may now be left behind as schools work to improve their foundation subjects; in non-Faith Schools, RE coordinators must ‘fight for their place at the table’. This three-part on-demand series covers everything an RE coordinator should know.

£150 + VAT

Reading Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. What does this mean for reading? This three-part on-demand series covers everything a reading coordinator should know.

£150 + VAT

Reasoning in Maths

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When we talk about mathematical ‘reasoning’ we sometimes struggle to distinguish it from word-problems. There is more to problem-solving than reasoning, and more to reasoning than problem-solving. If we understand what reasoning actually involves, we open up a rich range of experiences in maths - and across the curriculum - where we can develop and stretch our children.

£99 + VAT

Representations in Maths

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Children often struggle to understand mathematical ideas if they move towards the “abstract” too quickly, and we rightly use different representations to make things easier for them to understand. But if we’re not careful these representations limit children to little more than a procedural fluency; to drive real mastery we need to make sure we vary the representations - and encourage children to do the same with their own.

£99 + VAT

School Data Workshop: Getting the most from 'Analyse School Performance'

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Bring your ASP data with you to this practical one-day workshop. Learn the key terms and concepts in data analysis, understand your 'Analyse School Performance' platform and IDSR, and use your data to write evaluative comments for your SEF and School Improvement Plan.

£299 + VAT

School Development Planning

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Bring your School Development Plan along to this practical, informative workshop. We'll explore how to ensure that your SDP helps to drive school improvement and financial management on a day-to-day basis. You will leave this course with a strong understand of what makes an effective plan.

£299 + VAT

Science Subject Leader Curriculum Support

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The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. This creates a real risk for science leaders: it lacks the status of the other core subjects, and it may now be left behind as schools work to improve their foundation subjects. This three-part on-demand series covers everything a science coordinator should know.

£150 + VAT

Secondary Year Leaders: Meeting the New Challenges

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Year leaders are central in the drive towards outstanding teaching, learning and progress in schools. Throughout 2021 and 2022 there will be a range of challenges, some not yet known, that year leaders will be facing both in terms of learners’ wellbeing and their cognitive development. This course will explore the most recent developments, share best practice and advice, and help you develop the essential skills of a year leader to support all learners and the challenges they may face.

£299 + VAT

SEND in the Mainstream

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From Every Child Matters, to SEND-in-the-mainstream, to the current inspection framework; children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities have always been a high priority for schools. During this one-hour session, we will share the most successful SEND strategies we have implemented in mainstream schools.

£99 + VAT

Shoulders of Giants: Cultural Capital in Maths

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No teacher - and few pupils - would argue against the importance of maths. Its procedures are crucial life skills, and its thinking processes can develop understanding across the curriculum. But how often do we explore the lives and work of great mathematicians, particularly in the context of Ofsted’s focus on cultural capital?

£99 + VAT

Spiritual is more than R.E.: Understanding the First ‘S’ of SMSC

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Spirituality is as much an awareness of ourselves as it is an awareness of anything beyond ourselves. So how do we, in a secular age, encourage pupils to engage with and understand their ‘spirit’ - whether or not they have a faith-based ‘spiritual’ side? What inspires you? Where do you feel most at peace?

£99 + VAT

Sticky Knowledge: Driving up Retention for the New Ofsted Framework

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How can we ensure our pupils are retaining - and applying - what they have ‘learned’ in any given subject, topic, or year? 

£99 + VAT

Storytelling in Maths

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Storytelling in Maths recognises that many pupils struggle to effectively use vocabulary and language structures to explain and reason. This exciting, practical course will help you embed effective strategies for mathematical language acquisition to improve outcomes in maths as part of your daily teaching.

£265 + VAT

Stretch and Challenge Across the Secondary School: Developing an Ambitious Curriculum

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How can we avoid stretch and challenge being ‘bolt-ons’? How can they be integrated into the secondary school’s/college’s curriculum to provide ambitious learning for all students? How are learners being challenged and how have we established the appropriate pace of the lesson? This course will provide plenty of practical ideas that can be adapted for all subjects, and look at how we can create a culture of challenge and an ambitious curriculum for all learners. 

£299 + VAT

Stretch and Challenge in English KS3 and KS4

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This practical course will look at how we stretch and challenge all learners to be the best they can and get the grades and achievement they deserve in English language and literature. We will explore ways of applying learning to unfamiliar texts and styles of writing, to add more complexity and sophistication to our thinking, to develop the technical skills to analyse and critique work and encourage independent thinking.

£265 + VAT

Supporting Children and their Families – Mitigating the Impact of External Factors on Progress and Wellbeing

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This course provides the opportunity to look at how we can create a more sustainable way of working within the school, with families and the wider community. It explores risk factors which are barriers to learning and the protective factors that we can put in place.

£99+VAT

Supporting Reading in the EYFS: Practical Ways to Develop a Reading-Rich Environment to Develop a Love of Reading in Children

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Supporting Reading in the EYFS: Practical Ways to Develop a Reading-Rich Environment to Develop a Love of Reading in Children

£99 + VAT

Supporting those Struggling with the Requirements of English Language and Literature

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Learners may struggle with English language and literature in Key Stages 3 and 4 due to a range of issues such as fluency, problems with comprehension, speed of processing, past experiences, and their attitude to English. This course will provide positive, engaging and practical ideas to re-engage learners in English as well as exploring approaches to teaching mixed-ability classes.

£265 + VAT

Talk, Talk, Talk: Using Different Approaches to Talk to Develop Language Acquisition and Vocabulary

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Talking to and with children is one of the most powerful tools we have as practitioners. Knowing how to communicate with children effectively, how to effectively model language we want them to acquire, and how to use questioning appropriately is incredibly important.

£99 + VAT

TAs as Leaders: Creating Leaders at Every Level

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The concept of 'leadership' has expanded massively in recent years. Ofsted's expectation now is that all staff should be able to understand and articulate ideas like vision, priorities and curriculum design, and this is true for teaching assistants as well as teachers. This course considers how TAs can develop leadership skills - and, crucially, what that means in practice.

£99 + VAT

Teaching Consent

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Children are increasingly exposed to situations when they need to independently manage their own consent - so how well have we prepared them for this?

£99 + VAT

Teaching in a Special Needs Setting: Communication in Complexity

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Teaching in a special school – or provision in mainstream – adds extra complexity to the job of teaching.  This short on-demand course will help you understand the skills required to successfully work with multiple external agencies, for the benefits of your pupils.

£99 + VAT

Teaching Modern Foreign Languages in Primary Schools

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Teaching Modern Foreign Languages in Primary Schools is an inspiring course that will assist you in meeting the targets of the new Programme of Study for Languages. You will return to the classroom with engaging, interactive and challenging activities to develop speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.

£265 + VAT

Teaching Relationship and Sex Education in Special Schools

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It is important to ensure that all learners have the language and the communication skills to tell us what is happening to them and recognise positive and negative relationships. Our learners need to be educated for their own protection. This is especially important when the learners we are working with are vulnerable and may find it more difficult to know whether situations they find themselves in are appropriate. 

£265 + VAT

Ten Uses of Drama to Enhance Learning across the Primary Curriculum

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Whether we want to raise achievement, develop self-esteem, build creativity, stretch and challenge, increase confidence or simply capture the interest of learners, drama can be a great tool to be used across the primary curriculum. Through role play, scenarios, and other drama games, learners will create memorable experiences, engage in talk and cooperative learning, use both the affective and the cognitive domains, discover hidden strengths, and thoroughly enjoy themselves. 

£265 + VAT

Ten Ways to Improve the Quality of Instruction in Lessons

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Rosenshine’s principles of instruction have been described as the ‘best bit of educational theory out there’ – but are they fully understood and implemented? Evidence tells us that the quality of instruction is one of the most important factors affecting learners’ achievement. Alongside this, the ‘teacher-student’ relationships remain key to success. This course is suitable for those new to teaching, for managers who want to use these principles to support teachers or as part of lesson observation or professional development, or anyone who feels they could do with a refresher.

£265 + VAT

Ten Ways to Use Drama to Develop Reading Skills

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Using drama games and techniques can be a great way to motivate learners to read. They can begin to see texts in action; play with stories and characters; and develop a sense of ownership of the stories, as well as empathy with characters.

£99 + VAT

Ten Ways to Use Drama to Develop Speaking and Listening Skills

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The use of speech to develop writing or comprehension skills is a great way to both motivate children not just in literacy lessons but across the whole primary curriculum.

£99 + VAT

Ten Ways to Use Drama to Develop Writing Skills

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Creative drama can have a positive impact on children’s writing skills. Drama games and activities provide our children with a wealth of make believe experiences they will want to write about and structured drama techniques help them focus on the writing skills they need.

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The Language of Learning

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How many times have you come across a higher attaining pupil who will not challenge themselves or crumbles at the first sign of failure? How do we support these pupils? Explore how we can prevent children moving through school fearing challenge and failure and instead, grow learners who can take on any challenge.

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The Language of Learning in the EYFS

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The language we use with children can have a profound impact on the way in which they view learning and the way in which they view themselves.

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The Long-Arc: Escaping the Prison of topic-based Learning

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How can we truly create a primary curriculum that facilitates deeper, more connected learning and retention of information - as well as supporting pupils in connecting learning to other domains?

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The New Early Years Framework 2021: Everything You Need To Know

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Are you ready for the new EYFS Framework, which comes into force in September 2021?  We have investigated provision in "Early Adopter" schools across the country to bring you all the information you might need in this half-day course. 

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The New Early Years Framework: Eight Things You Need To Know

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A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, after two years of trial in so-called "Early Adopter" schools. This one-hour session will take you through the main changes to the framework, and give you advice from Early Adopter schools across the country. 

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The Path to Success in the EYFS: Teaching Children How to Learn

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TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model, also known as our mastery cycle, is a way of structuring learning which supports the principles of the early years curriculum.

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The Path to Success: Complex Needs and Engagement

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Children with complex needs start school with vary varied levels of oracy, numeracy and communication; and our focus on the written form for evidence can sometimes divert our attention from how we achieve engagement and progress. This on-demand course shares our Path to Success – and how it can have a positive impact on learning at your special school.

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