Early Careers Fest 2021

Trainees, NQTs and RQTs take note from 24th – 28th May, the Chartered College of Teaching is hosting a week long festival online to support Early Career Teachers entering the profession which is free.

It aims to:

  • Develop your practice and make yourself a more attractive hire by strengthening your CPD portfolio with high quality webinars led by experienced practitioners
  • Secure the best teaching position for you by hearing advice and guidance from school leaders, former NQT’s and recruitment experts
  • Tackle your NQT years with confidence by accessing resources to support you throughout your first few years of teaching
The festival is open for all to attend with some sessions available only to members.

Securing your first teaching post

Monday, 24th May – 6-7pm
  • Learn how to find out if a school is right for you with a working culture you can thrive in
  • Hear from experts on how to make your application stand out from the crowd
  • Find out what your interview might entail and how to impress your potential employer
  • Suitable for all phase groups

Strategies for managing behaviour and creating an effective classroom culture (Members only)

Tuesday, 25th May – 6-7pm
  • The ‘Trust Mountain’ model of Behaviour Management and how it can help you identify & engage the four types of students in your classroom.
  • To identify your own classroom management style and learn the three styles that you MUST avoid to keep your class onside.
  • Two simple but effective techniques to turn disruptive students into allies in your classroom.
  • Suitable for EYFS, Primary, Secondary, and mainstream SEN

Effective lesson planning that supports all learners to aim high

Wednesday, 26th May – 6-7pm
  • Learn strategies to develop engaging lesson plans in a way that reduces workload
  • Understand the importance of motivating all learners to aim for high outcomes
  • Explore differentiation techniques to ensure your lessons can support all learners to thrive
  • Suitable for EYFS, Primary, Secondary, and mainstream SEN
  • Hannah Tyreman (Head of Online Learning, Chartered College of Teaching)
  • Bukky Yusuf FCCT (Senior Leader, Edith Kay School)

Assessment and feedback that supports student’s learning potential (Members only)

Thursday, 27th May – 6-7pm
  • Why and when should we assess pupils and which assessment techniques should we choose?
  • How can we provide high quality feedback that supports student improvement?
  • How can we make assessment work without compromising our work/life balance?
  • Suitable for EYFS, Primary, Secondary and mainstream SEN

How do student’s learn best? Cognitive science 101

Friday, 28th May – 6-7pm
  • Dive into the science behind how student’s learn to inform your expertise and effective classroom practice
  • Explore strategies for learning that recognises the most effective ways to help students remember what you teach
  • Discover where to find more research and information that you can use to develop your teaching craft
  • Suitable for EYFS, Primary, Secondary and mainstream SEN

Although these events are FREE you need to book. More information and bookings