Schools have increased responsibility to offer ongoing in-house CPD to their student teachers. This contributes to their training and in turn develops well rounded teachers whose practice is underpinned by educational theory.
The ITT hub is a network of school direct student teachers, both salaried and PGCE, who come together throughout the year to receive input in pedagogy and practice ranging from positive behaviour management to keeping evidence for QTS files.
The model aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice. All of this is provided in addition to the sessions that are offered at university.
The hub has been identified by OFSTED in their report on the IOE as both innovative and a model of best practice. Based on their recommendation this model, originating within Primary Advantage, is being rolled out across London and beyond.
We look forward to welcoming our new group of trainees for 2020-21. Sessions will be delivered online, on Thursdays 2-3.30pm on the dates below, for as long as needed, until face-to-face training is safe and appropriate again.
24 September 2020
Welcome and Introduction to the Year/ Setting High Expectations
1 October 2020
Afl, Questioning, Learning Intentions and Success
12 November 2020
Positive Behaviour Management and Pupil Well-being
19 November 2020
Promoting Progress and Lesson Planning for All
14 January 2021
Subject Knowledge: Phonics
14 January 2021
Additional session: Writing High Quality Job Applications
21 January 2021
Subject Knowledge – Writing
11 February 2021
Folders & Evidence Support – Salaried Students only
4 March 2021
Subject Knowledge – Reading
Subject Knowledge – Maths
Subject Knowledge – Science
29 April 2021
SEND and Inclusion
20 May 2021
Subject Knowledge: Art and DT
27 May 2021
Subject Knowledge: Humanities
17 June 2021
Subject Knowledge: Computing
24 June 2021
Reviewing against the standards /Preparing for the NQT Year and Celebration
ITT HUB taught sessions (if not delivered online) will take place at
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