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 is proud to be working on behalf of the Education and Training Foundation to deliver a range of 6 day courses to train experienced maths teachers in preparation for the introduction of the core Maths curriculum in the FE Further Education and Training sector. The core maths curriculum was announced by the government […]
With a new national curriculum looming, everyone is full of questions and keen to identify sources of help. We’ve pulled together your most common questions in the blog post below and at the end you can find details of Creative Education courses which will help you to implement the new National Curriculum. When do […]
How much do you write each day? Not on a computer, a tablet or a phone – but actually write. Probably as teachers we write more than many people, particularly with endless mounds of marking, but for many whole days can go past without them having to write anything at all by hand. So are […]
All Awarding Bodies are competing for a sale of their qualifications, whether you provide one course, hundreds of courses or even thousands. You could be teaching Maths, Science, English, Computer Science or Food Technology. They want your business. Assessment and qualifications is a multi-billion pound industry in the UK and with the ongoing government emphasis on […]
Key Stage 3 is often a time when boys can become disengaged with learning – making them less likely to achieve at Key Stage 4 and more likely to disrupt the learning of others in your class! Here are ten whole school approaches you can take to try and improve the achievement of boys in […]
Getting boys into reading can sometimes be hard so I’ve assembled some great advice in this blog post
What can be done to close the gap between rich and poor children?