This is an intensive personalised programme for teachers with two or more years experience. It provides participants with taught sessions on pedagogy and provides classroom coaching on reflective analysis to introduce to help participant to elements of outstanding into their own teaching.
The programme starts with a central meeting to discuss current pedagogy and thinking around teaching and learning.
Coaching and support will enable participants to self-direct their own learning in order to embed consistently outstanding practice into their day to day teaching.
Participants will attend an initial meeting for half a day when a session on pedagogy will be delivered, and groups of three identified. A further four half-day meetings will take place during the summer term of the programme. A further 3 sessions to support participants completing their personalised plan will be held throughout the year. The meetings will be held at a number of venues dependent on the participants. The second session will be a Lesson Study held at Askwith C P School
Participants will need to meet with participants from other peer learning groups during the programme, observe model lessons and be observed by participants and the programme leader. There will also be weeks where implementation will be done within the participant’s own school.
- have at least two years teaching experience
- be a highly respected, inspiring professional who demonstrates high order interpersonal skills
- have a commitment both to continuing their professional development and that of other staff
The programme enables teachers to work in peer groups either with colleagues from their own school or from a partner school.
The programme will cover the following units:
- Establishing an ethos conducive to learning
- Planning lessons to meet the needs of all learners
- Embedding Assessment for Learning
Additional Information for the Mentor/School-based Coach
Each group of teachers in a school will be supported by a Mentor/School-based Coach from their own school (who would normally have responsibility for teaching and learning). The Mentor should attend the first and last sessions of the programme, and also provide support for the teachers to work back at school on the practical school based tasks and monitoring progress against individual action plans.
£460 per participant, Schools will be responsible for costs incurred through supply cover or travel expenses.
HART Discount of £350
November– July 2017
Harrogate Cricket Club 10th November 2016 1pm - 2.30pm
Each meeting includes lunch
a further 3 sessions to support participants completing their personalised plan will be held throughout the year.
This is a Harrogate and Rural Teaching School (HART Alliance) event and has been designed by Don Parker, NLE. He will deliver the programme with NY Inspire Teaching School, NLEs and other Outstanding Headteachers
Do you have questions about Moving to Good and Beyond (MGB16/17)?
Contact Harrogate and Rural Teaching Alliance (HART Alliance)