Teacher Training Events
Teacher Training Courses
Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2017 - Tue, 25 Jul 2017
Location: Thorpe St Andrew High School, Laundry Lane Thorpe St Andrew Norwich, Norfolk, NR7 0XS
Owing to a lack of swimming teachers in the region, STA E-Anglia are addressing the issue and are subsequently inviting experienced teachers to become tutors, so that they can organise and tutor their own courses making it easier for their personnel to attend and gain their teaching qualifications
Educator Solutions (Norfolk County Council)
Educator Solutions is an experienced team of qualified education professionals committed to building partnerships with schools, academies and other providers - both within Norfolk and beyond - to improve learning experiences and outcomes for children and young people.
They can help facilitate development of curriculum, support improvement and enhance leadership by offering you the opportunity to:
- attend our regular training courses and professional networks
- take part in our conferences and seminars
- collaborate and work in partnership with others
Finding CPD that suits your needs.
Their wide range of professional development courses can be viewed on www.educatorsolutions.org.uk
For further information about what Educator Solutions can offer contact Kevin Holland on 01603 307781 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- NIEAS Staff CPD Offers Around The County (MS Word, 17 Kb)
Youth Sport Trust
The Youth Sport Trust offer a range of professional development. The professional learning and CPD opportunities offered by Youth Sport Trust Membership are designed to help you improve students' achievements, aspirations and confidence.
Courses available include subject leader training for primary and secondary settings, inclusive PE, KS1 'Start to Move' training, using PE and school sport to raise achievement and a range of additional courses to ensure the PE, sport and physical activity in your school is as good as effective as it can be.
Create Development offer training to resources support schools, families and communities to transform the culture of physical activity. Their inclusive approach aims to create habits and develop essential behaviours, physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills in all young children. Creating positive relationships with physical activity for life.
Does your school dance?
We'd like to show you the true value of dance in your school curriculum.
Meg Sharland and Bryony Moore are professional dancers, Arts Council recipients and qualified teachers who have both received 'Outstanding' Ofsted reviews.
Their passion for slanteddance education is to help teachers particularly from EYFStoKS2 to understand the value of dance within the broader curriculum, and to give them the tools and confidence to deliver an effective dance programme in their own school.
University of East Anglia
Level 5 Certificate in Primary School PE Specialism
This qualification is open to teachers and teaching assistants to assist in raising standards within primary school education
About the course
The Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism is a recognised qualification aimed to upskill primary teachers and members of staff holding responsibilities for PE to improve the overall delivery of the physical education curriculum within primary schools. On successful completion of this qualification, you will be able to assist in raising the standard of primary school physical education teaching in your school.
Initial Teacher Training and PGCE Admissions
The UEA can also provide Initial Teacher Training Information. Please follow the link below to ensure potential candidates can receive the very latest information from the website. The latest PGCE prospectus can also be viewed from the website