We work with hundreds of schools across the country to improve teaching through high-quality design, leadership and evaluation of professional development.
One of the ways in which TDT works with leaders in schools is through establishing regional hubs. These local networks:
■ Create safe environments for head teachers, senior leaders and CPD leaders to share and collaborate.
■ Facilitate and promote engagement with research around teacher professional learning, as well as contextualise this for local needs.
■ Build new relationships and reinforce existing networks.
■ Develop local capacity and expertise about high-quality CPD through access to TDT’s cutting-edge tools and resources for improving teaching and learning.
Hub meetings create safe environments for interested colleagues to share and collaborate on professional development. They open up new dialogues between schools in order to share best practice, develop expertise and build up strong local communities dedicated to professional learning. Attend an open regional hub forum to find out more about the support the Teacher Development Trust offers and engage with local schools on CPD that affects your area.
Upcoming Dates 2020/21
Norwich Hub (held remotely over Zoom until further notice)
- EASTA Lead and teacher of Science at Notre Dame High School
- Has worked closely with the TDT at Notre Dame High School, completing a TDT Associate Qualification in CPD Leadership (2020).
- Assistant Principal, leading CPD and Teaching and Learning at Hellesdon High School
- Has worked closely with the TDT to improve CPDL at Hellesdon High School, completing a TDT Associate Qualification in CPD Leadership (2018).
Monday 24 May 2021, 3.30pm – 5pm – RSVP
On 24 May we will be running the first of two sessions specifically looking to support middle leaders in effectively evaluating provision and planning development without exam results. Join us and other leaders to discuss priorities for next year, how to evaluate development plans, and how do you know how you’re doing?
Monday 5 July 2021, 3.30pm – 5pm – RSVP