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Haberdasher's Aske's Federation Conference 2021

Overview

The Federation Conference is an annual professional learning opportunity for all staff working within Federation schools.

Every member of staff will select from over 70 workshops to create their bespoke programme for the day. These workshops are designed to address individual development needs and the priorities outlined in the Federation Annual Plan. Further information about the sessions, and details on how to select the available workshops will be circulated closer to the conference date. We welcome expressions of interest in facilitating workshops

Who is it for?

All staff teaching in an educational setting

The aims of the conference are to:

Deepen staff understanding of the shared vision and values of education

Provide exposure to relevant scholarship and research; highlighting effective practice

Empower colleagues

Programme Outcomes

The aims of the conference are:

  • To deepen staff understanding of the shared vision and values of the Federation.
  • To ensure that all staff are provided with appropriate, high quality professional learning to enable them to best support our pupils’ learning

Date:

1st March 2021

Creative Teacher Programme (CTP)

Overview 

Classroom practitioners will become more reflective and creative, gaining a deeper understanding of the

pedagogy that ensures a significant impact on the relationships with pupils and colleagues.

Participants improve through facilitated practice activities as structured opportunities to reflect on teaching approaches and their quality of impact, including a focus on:

  • Planning lessons, starter activities, plenary sessions,
  • Metacognition and ‘learning’
  • Questioning, assessment and differentiation

Who is it for?

All Teachers

Programme Outcomes

  • Reflect upon the impact of the programme and the evidence for this with this mentor/coach/senior leader.
  • Observation by their Line managers to assess the impact of the programme on teaching practice

Classroom practitioners will become more reflective and creative, gaining a deeper understanding of the

pedagogy that ensures a significant impact on the relationships with pupils and colleagues.

Participants improve through facilitated practice activities as structured opportunities to reflect on teaching approaches and their quality of impact, including a focus on:

  • Planning lessons, starter activities, plenary sessions,
  • Metacognition and ‘learning’
  • Questioning, assessment and differentiation

To book please email enquiries@atlaspartnership.com 

Outstanding Teacher Programme (OTP)

Overview

Classroom practitioners will gain a deeper understanding of the latest innovative pedagogy and develop the mindset, skill and knowledge set to make a significant impact on their pupils and inspire others to become outstanding practitioners within a coaching culture.

Who is it for?

All Teachers

Programme Outcomes

  • The ability to mentor or coach colleagues to improve their practice; recognise, articulate and model best practice; and create and deliver challenging and engaging CPD.

To book please email enquiries@atlaspartnership.com 

 

Secondary Newly Qualified Teacher Programme

Overview

The NQT programme continues to be matched to the Teachers’ Standards and has been revised for 2019-20 so that it is informed by the DfES’s Early Career Framework – the new package of structured training and support for early career teachers being rolled out from 2020. In this way the programme will both support the NQTs in developing the required evidence, knowledge and skills to succeed in their induction year and prepare them for longer term sustained development.

Who is it for?

• Newly qualified teachers needing to complete their induction year.

Programme Outcomes:

• Structured reflect To promote good progress

• Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge

• To manage behaviour effectively

To book please email enquiries@atlaspartnership.com 

Early Career Stage Teacher Programme

Overview

This programme is mapped to the proposed Early Career Framework. It provides additional support, exposure to ‘must know’ educational research to further develop practice and continues the development of early career stage teachers via one to one coaching.

Who is it for?

Any recently qualified teacher (e.g. NQT + 1, NQT+ 2) wanting additional development and willing to actively participate in a community of reflective practitioners.

Programme Outcomes:

• Improved pedagogy and quality of student learning experiences

• Improve retention of early years teachers

• Early tracking and support of potential leaders

• Greater understanding of effective practice via a peer network

To book please email enquiries@atlaspartnership.com