Pedagogical Coaching Programme

This training programme is designed to equip leading practitioners with coaching skills, tools and resources to support colleagues in setting goals to improve pupil outcomes, and provide non-judgemental and developmental feedback to help them achieve these.

Pedagogical Coaching is based on a partnership of equals where the goals are co-decided. It is dialogic, developmental and happens in an ongoing cyclical manner.

Participants will be supported to create a vision for coaching in their setting and will be prepared to implement this with supporting tools and resources.

Book this training to:

  • Cultivate a Pedagogical Coaching culture in your school based on leading research and best international practice
  • Prepare mentors for the implementation of the Early Career Framework 
  • Improve outcomes for pupils, particularly the most disadvantaged, through effective teacher development
  • Provide opportunities for experienced practitioners to share their expertise, supporting the development of others and themselves

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Who should take part?

This training is designed for existing and aspiring mentors, middle leaders, or lead practitioners in schools with recognised expertise in teaching and learning. Previous participants include: Subject and Phase Leads, Literacy and Numeracy Leads, Upper Pay Scale Staff, Assistant Headteachers, Lead Practitioners, Mentors.

What will we cover?

  • Overview of principles of Pedagogical Coaching and its place in the wider context of professional development
  • Skills required for Pedagogical Coaching
  • Tools and resources to implement a Pedagogical Coaching approach
  • Structuring and implementing a Pedagogical Coaching approach
  • Evaluating the impact of Pedagogical Coaching.

TDT Network member schools – £3500*

Non-member schools – £4000*

Who are the course leaders?

The course is led and facilitated by TDT Expert Advisors including Sharon Ealing and Concettina Johnson and facilitated by our central support team

Sharon was previously a Lead practitioner at Coleshill Heath Primary school in Solihull where she lead Professional learning, Development and Research. Sharon has held a number of positions within Senior leadership, including as a Deputy Head. She has taught in both mainstream and specialist settings as well as teaching in North Carolina.

Concettina has been a qualified teacher for over 10 years with leadership experience in both the primary and secondary environment. Even though her background is in Business and Economics management, the majority of her experience is firmly rooted in the leadership of learning and CPD.

“I noticed improvement in communication with colleagues in my department after just the first session, I would definitely recommend this training”

“The tone, pitch, tasks, quality of the content and delivery were spot on.  We all found it incredibly useful and inspiring”

* TDT will train up to 8 participants in your school