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Local English Hubs are running numerous DfE Reading Framework webinars throughout Nov and Dec 2023 – click here to make a booking
The Department for Education portal for registering ECTs and mentors for January and April starters is open
Click here for the latest guidance video to help your through this process.
This page gives you an overview of the whole process. How to set up training for early career teachers - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
If you are a school completely new to ECTs or just new to Manor as your delivery partner then let us know that you want to be with us as a provider of ECF CPD (through Ambition Institute) and/or Statutory Induction (AB) Services. You can use this link or email email@example.com to talk to Liz Marson.
Manor TSH has a number of information sessions planned – all of which you can book on by clicking here
Info session for Induction Tutors on key AB and ECF actions for the forthcoming months - 8th December 2023 - 8.30am to 9.30am
Info session on NPQs for January 24 recruitment – 9th January - 9.30am to 10.30 am
Spotlight on ITT session for School Leaders who want to support the recruitment and training of new teachers in our area - Thursday 14th December
Registration for NPQs - Registration is now open for February 2024 cohorts of all NPQs – click here to express your interest in a programme.
Initial Teacher Education in our area.
TSHs have a new role in deepening engagement with ITT in our local area, connecting schools and ITT providers and developing news ways to highlight initial teacher training opportunities and increase the flow of excellent teachers into our schools.
Want to get your school more involved in ITT? Join one of our Spotlight on ITT sessions for a short briefing and to ask questions on either Thursday 16th November (08:00 – 08:45) or Thursday 16th November (16:00 – 16:45). Click here to register for one of these virtual sessions.
We have also launched a Survey to ask Headteachers about engagement with ITT so that we can work out how we can further support local schools – click here to respond to the survey.
Good News for Small Schools - Is your school less than 600 pupils? Then you can get ADDITIONAL Support Funding to retain and train your staff. In addition to the full scholarship funding for all state-maintained schools and academies, the DfE are providing additional payments to small schools to help support your leaders to undertake NPQs.
We know that smaller schools often don’t have the resources to promote top talent, but we know that staff value your commitment to their progression and training and that this can help retention. So take the opportunity to access an additional grant payment of £200 (or £800) for each employed teacher or leader who participates in an NPQ*. This is funding that you can use in any way to make engagement more possible, e.g. cover costs.
*The latest funding can be found on the DFE site and offers £800 to schools smaller than 150 pupils, £200 to all primary schools and £200 to secondary schools less than 600 pupils.
Teacher Training - Huge congratulations to the Teacher Training institutions in the West Midlands who have been reaccredited to continue building teacher training provision locally – Click here for the full National List. This includes Strategic Partners of the TSH and you can find out more about their provision here.
National Professional Qualifications - The next cohorts of NPQs are recruiting fast and the application deadline for February 2023 is January 12th. All programme are fully funded - All teachers and leaders employed in state funded schools in England can access these National Professional Qualifications at no cost.
Leading Behaviour and Culture
Leading Teacher Development
Early Years Leadership.
Subject Network Meetings
Over the Spring and Summer term Manor TSH ran a number of Primary Subject networks which included:
- History, Art and Design
- Design and Technology
180 bookings were made for these sessions showing the interest in working together across the region. We will be identifying new additional CPD for the Autumn 2023 and beyond – watch this space.
Curriculum Hub News
An important role of the Teaching School hub is to signpost relevant high quality professional development run by the Curriculum Hubs. We promote the work of the Maths, English, Computing, Science and Behaviour Hubs as well as signposts CPD from local Research Schools. Click below to go to their websites for the most up to date information.
Music Hubs - Both Wolverhampton and Walsall have excellent Music Hub CPD programme – click here to get the latest from Walsall Music Hub
North Midlands and Black Country Science Learning Partnerships continue to deliver a CPD programme for Primary Teacher, Secondary Teachers and Science Technicians that covers subject knowledge, pedagogy, curriculum design and health & safety. Click here for the Primary CPD Programme or the Secondary, Post 16 and Technicians programme
Each course is led by an accredited, subject specialist facilitator and delivered either remotely online across a series of short, live sessions or face to face. In between remote delivered CPD, through structured tasks, you will explore key resources, develop materials to share with colleagues and reflect on your own learning.
To see more detail for each course please click on the course title to access the STEM learning CPD website where you can make your booking.
Latest Virtual sessions from the English Hub delivered by Diane Pye
Reading beyond Phonics: 22nd February 2024 9am-12 noon
Getting the Culture Right: 26th January 2024 9am-12 noon
If you are interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Centre for Computing Education has new DFE funding for STEM Learning.
All CPD courses are now FREE for state-funded schools. This includes all full day and short courses both face to face and remote – click to see 2023 schedules – Summer Computing Secondary and Summer Computing Primary.
Plus there are additional subsidies for attendance at CPD
Subsidies of £205 are available for the first teacher to attend a full day primary course from a school located in an EIA area to support with supply costs (This includes Wolverhampton and Walsall Schools). This subsidy is available for the summer term regardless of if a subsidy has been used this academic year and will then be available once every academic year moving forward.
Subsidies for secondary courses are available to provide two days supply cover (£205 per day) for teachers to attend the Computer Science Accelerator (CSA) CPD, helping to develop teachers’ subject knowledge and skills without impacting pupils' lessons. This support is available to state-funded secondary schools and colleges in England.
Utilising recommendations from the recent Ofsted science report “Finding the optimum” our local Science Hub is providing CPD on:
- Curriculum - A series of summer conferences for primary, secondary and technicians will help staff from schools to develop their understanding and skills in delivering effective practical work in schools and the implications for their wider team.
- Pedagogy and assessment – Sessions on Making Powerful Connections to Maths and Literacy in the Science Curriculum (15/5/23) and Key Stage 3 Science for Non-Science Specialists (23/6/23)
- Systems, subject and school level - Remote networks ensure staff at every level have access to subject support and development, these can be bespoke for groups local to your area if needed.
Click here to see the full flyer and links to book.
If you have ECTs joining your school in Autumn 2023 then you may wish to watch our information video, covering: Introduction to ECT Services, The ECF Programme from Ambition and Manor TSH Appropriate Body Services.. You can also access the slides separately here.
As part of the EEF’s involvement in the DfE's Accelerator Fund, Research Schools are now promoting and recruiting for the 6-module Supporting Recovery programme. This new programme is linked to recovery and evidence-informed leadership and teaching. We are delighted to be able to offer this programme for free to all schools within our area.