Evidence shows that the highest dropout rate of teachers leaving the profession takes place in years 2 – 6. Working collaboratively to meet the challenges of teacher retention and build capacity in the regions schools, this RQT programme brings together expertise from the three Secondary Teaching Schools in South Tyneside. This programme of 6 facilitated workshops will support colleagues in their early years of teaching who want to advance, develop and improve their teaching practice and deliver consistently great learning experiences for young people.
- To support Recently Qualified Teachers development
- To achieve consistently outstanding practise in the classroom
- To support schools to develop and improve mentoring and coaching systems enabling resources available in their own schools to be exploited
- To develop early leadership skills to support succession planning and talent development
- To develop a network of peer support and collaboration with other RQTs from local schools
What does the programme include?
Six facilitated workshops with a recognised expert in their field - One workshop each half term
1 Behaviour Management and De-escalation – Harton Academy – South Tyneside – Monday 12th November 2018
2 Planning for Progress – St Wilfrid’s R.C. College – South Tyneside – Tuesday 4th December 2018
3 Managing Workload – Whitburn C of E Academy – Sunderland – Wednesday 16th January 2019
4 Monday Feedback and Questioning – Harton Academy – Monday 1st April 2019
5 Engaging and Exploring Teaching Style – St Wilfrid’s R.C. College – Tuesday 14th May 2019
6 Educating the Whole Child - Whitburn C of E Academy – Sunderland – Wednesday 5th June 2019
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