Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
We work with our Alliance Partners to offer a wide variety of professional development for teachers and support staff looking to improve their own classroom practice or to support the development of others.
National Professional Qualifications in Leadership
Beacon Academy Teaching School Alliance is delighted to be working with St Richard’s Catholic College/Rother Teaching School Alliance and Leadership CoLab at UCL Institute of Education to offer professional development opportunities for educational leaders.
Applications for two levels of National Professional Qualifications (NPQ) are now open:
- National Professional Qualification in Middle Leadership: NPQML – Leading a team
- National Professional Qualification in Senior Leadership: NPQSL – Leading across a school
NPQs will develop talented leaders from all backgrounds who can deliver educational excellence in a self-improving system and high-quality outcomes for students.
The programmes have been developed collaboratively between school leaders, UCL teaching staff and researchers and are built upon high-quality leadership practice, evidence and research. They offer a varied programme of study that enables participants to self-reflect and apply their learning in their own context.
Beacon Academy Teaching School Alliance and St Richard’s Catholic College/Rother Teaching School Alliance will run a joint cohort of Middle Leaders and Senior Leaders starting in November 2020.
For further information, please view the flyers via the links below:
To apply, please visit www.LeadershipCoLab.org.uk. The application deadline is 2nd October 2020.
Beacon Partnership CTeach Programme
Beacon Academy Teaching School is proud to be working within Beacon Partnership, alongside the Sussex Teaching School Alliances, St Mark’s Teaching School Alliance, Rother Teaching School Alliance, University of Sussex and East Sussex County Council.
Beacon Partnership has been selected by the Chartered College of Teaching, the professional body for teaching, to deliver the prestigious Chartered Teacher (CTeach) Programme in East and West Sussex, Kent and Brighton and Hove and is now recruiting participants to apply to join the launch of the next cohort online in June 2020.
Based on similar programmes around the world, the CTeach Programme celebrates the excellent teaching and practice occurring in classrooms every single day and is designed to further the expertise of experienced practitioners.
Apply now to join the next CTeach cohort with Beacon Partnership
Teachers from across Kent, East and West Sussex, Brighton and Hove are invited to apply to join the next CTeach cohort through the Beacon Partnership.
The programme costs £895 and all participants on the Beacon Partnership CTeach course will be awarded Masters level credits.
Application forms and further information about the programme are available via our Beacon Partnership CTeach Programme page.
Please email enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Developing Professional Practice
These sessions are open to trainees, NQTs, recently qualified teachers and any colleagues who would like refresh or develop their practice. Please click on the document below for more details..
Excellent Teaching Programme
The Excellent Teacher Programme (ETP) is a five week course that runs twice in every academic year at Beacon Academy. The programme brings together successful teachers who are keen to develop their practice further. Each session focuses on one or more of the Beacon Six Principles of Learning. Accessible, relevant and thought-provoking ideas from the best current educational writers and researchers are used as a springboard for planning exceptional teaching. Participants share and discuss their pedagogy in a supportive and highly motivational setting. Their feedback consistently reflects their enjoyment of the course and its positive impact on their planning, teaching and outcomes. If you are interested in participating please email email@example.com.
School Experience Programme
Please check back to find out the dates of our next School Experience Programme, or visit the Department for Education site, Getting into Teaching for more information.