We explore how CPD leaders can support colleagues who are interested in working towards headship

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How can you remember your calling as a teacher and integrate those thoughts, ideas and philosophies into your professional learning?

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An important part of the SENCO role is to support colleagues in developing effective strategies for meeting children’s special needs. This term, we’re providing subject-specific guidance for you to share with class teachers

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This week we look at the task of assessing the quality of CPD as a way of asking the sometimes difficult questions that can push us forward

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This issue of Behaviour Matters looks at the importance of instilling discipline across the entire school and provides you with practical information on creating an effective learning environment

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Taking on new learning is only one side of the story; making it work for you in your classroom is the other side, and the link between the two is the contextualising of development.

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Spelling is an area where many well-educated adults lack confidence, let alone children who are still developing as writers. It’s important to have a whole-school policy for teaching this important skill.

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Tips for dealing with persistent bad behaviour from pupils and interventions to help you manage pupils who continually disrupt lessons

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We examine how to resolve classroom behavioural problems without inciting further escalation

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The pupil voice is an accessible method of regularly refining the focus of CPD, and this week we take a look at how best to listen

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