Creative Education recently had the pleasure of working with the Bath and Wells Multi Academy Trust to deliver two in-house training events to get staff prepared for the new 2019 Ofsted Framework. Judith Barrett, Interim Director of Learning and Achievement at the Multi Academy Trust gives us her thoughts on how the training went.
Creative Education will be running some of their most popular public courses in Plymouth this autumn term. With an expert-led trainer, a comfortable central location and a proper sit down restaurant lunch; you’ll come away from the day fully inspired and energised!
Are you based in the Cardiff area? If so, take a look at the brilliant range of Creative Education public courses running over the autumn term and next academic year. Training that will energise and inspire!
See our fantastic range of popular open courses being held in Exeter over the autumn term and next year.
Teaching can be challenging, with difficult behaviour and heavy workloads potential contributors to stress. These 8 tips can help you to cope.
The role of form tutor can be very rewarding, it’s a great opportunity to have a real impact on the well-being and achievement of a specific set of students, and a great chance to really get to know and understand them too. In this post we’ve summarised some of the things that we think make the best […]
It’s the time of year when everyone is thinking about new opportunities, and predictably the TES gets so fat with jobs it has to be hauled to your staff room by a team of sherpas. So I drew together some of our most popular articles to help you succeed in getting your ideal role. And […]
In these troubled times for school budgets lots of experienced and capable senior leaders are suddenly finding themselves without a role. For lots of them becoming a freelance education consultant can seem an attractive possibility. If you’re thinking of taking the jump here are some factors to help make your venture a successful one.
American Presidents get 100 days to make an impact before they’re judged on how well they’re getting on. In business they often talk about the first 90 days. For you it will be your first term. When you start a new role in school you’ll have a term to make your first impact. Here’s some […]
You have studied to become a teacher and you’re passionate about the subjects you wish to teach, but are you finding it increasingly difficult to find a job? If the answer to the above is yes, don’t despair. While it’s true that finding any kind of job is not easy in our current economic climate, […]
This is critical to your developing career and should be invested in seriously; it says more about you than you might imagine. It is deceptively easy: you have all that experience which you just have to present in the right order, and they will be lining up to offer you interviews. Except of course it’s […]
So NQTs – how has your first half term been? If your half term is going to be catching up on mountains of marking and lesson planning rather than a week of rest and reflection, now’s the time to take a step back and see what you can do to try to bring your life […]
It’s a great time of year to set your aims for the year ahead – please share your ideas on what type of teacher you’re hoping to be this year.
We all love to see pupils do well, but what constitutes success? On results day will you be more proud of the kid who sweated for a C or the one who walked an A?
This is a simple idea designed to help you stretch and challenge yourself each week in order to improve your every day practice whilst working towards your longer term career goals.