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On-Demand CPD Courses

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Individual On-Demand Courses

A range of pre-recorded short courses, typically an hour long, with 30 days access for every member of staff in your school

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Bronze Library

Create your own library of pre-recorded short courses. Choose any 10 for just £899 12 months access for the whole school

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Create your own library of pre-recorded short courses. Choose any 15 for £1,259 12 months access for the whole school

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Gold Library

Create your own library of pre-recorded short courses. Choose any 25 for £1,979 for 12 months access for the whole school

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A Silver Bullet? Using Morphemic Knowledge to Close the Gap

Show your children how great morphology - the ability to play with the construction of words - could be the very thing they need to inspire greater creativity in writing and comprehension.

£99.00 + VAT

Achieving Excellence in Remote Learning (2-Part Series)

Whilst of particular importance during the COVID era, remote learning is unlikely to disappear as a feature of education in the future. In this two-part on-demand series, we bring together theory and best practice from across the country, to help you navigate this complicated - and sometimes frustrating - area of pedagogy.

£195.00 + VAT

Achieving Excellence in Vocabulary Acquisition

Have you heard of the 'Word Gap' - the large disparity in how many words children hear at home before they reach school age? This engaging short course outlines five powerful approaches to help your children acquire vocabulary, and use it in more sophisticated ways.

£99.00 + VAT

Active Learning in English

Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99.00 + VAT

Active Learning in Maths

Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99.00 + VAT

Active Learning in Science

Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99.00 + VAT

Active Learning in the Foundation Subjects

Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99.00 + VAT

Active Learning in the Humanities

Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in so doing.

£99.00 + VAT

Art and DT Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of Art and DT leadership.

£295.00 + VAT

Assessing Learning in the EYFS: Developing Observations of Children

One of the most important roles of the early years practitioner is to assess the progress of children to ensure that the learning opportunities are correctly matched to the individual child’s needs.

£99.00 + VAT

Assessment in the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

‘Start with the end in mind’ - a phrase said by more than one leader in education thinking. What does this mean for assessment? This on-demand short course covers a range of assessment strategies that fit well with the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.

£99.00 + VAT

Bar Modelling in Mathematics

Children often struggle to understand mathematical ideas if they move towards the “abstract” too quickly, and one of the most helpful pictorial approaches is the bar model. Watch this short course for a full explanation of how bar models work, and how they can help your children towards maths mastery.

£99.00 + VAT

Building Pupil Resilience

Resilience is a bit of a magic word in education: when you get it right, children learn from failure, persist in practice, manage fall-outs, overcome distractions, and much much more! So how do we teach resilience? This course explores how to develop resilience, and embed it into your school culture.

£99.00 + VAT

But I Just Want to Play! Practical Ways to Support Reluctant Learners

Despite the wide variety of activities and learning opportunities available within a setting, there are always some children who are difficult to engage in certain areas of learning. 

£99.00 + VAT

Challenging Conversations: Feedback and Support to Improve

Supporting staff can be fraught with challenges. Choosing the right tone, approach, setting to convey your message so it has impact is tricky.  Maintaining improvements after that initial conversation can be trickier.  How can we improve, whilst keeping people on board?

£99.00 + VAT

Child-led Learning: How to Capitalise On It and How To Manage It

Many researchers, past and present, have advocated for child-led learning in the early years. However, this can seem like a daunting approach which is difficult to plan.

£99.00 + VAT

Coaching for Children: Empowering your Students to Drive their own Learning

Empower children by taking a step back, whether that’s in problem solving, restorative approaches in the playground, or metacognition in the classroom.

£99.00 + VAT

Come Rain, Hail or Shine: Using the Outdoors to Enhance Learning

Outdoor environments offer unique learning opportunities that simply cannot be experienced indoors. This on-demand short course explores the many proven benefits of outdoor play - come rain, hail or shine!

£99.00 + VAT

Computing or ICT? How Children can Achieve Well in Digital Literacy and Computer Science

We often joke that children know more about computers than adults; this can lead to a crippling lack of confidence among teachers, and the issue has been exacerbated by the 2014 Curriculum’s shift in focus away from traditional software literacy, towards programming and computer science.

£99.00 + VAT

Computing Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of computing/ICT leadership.

£295.00 + VAT

Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract: Supporting Understanding for All Pupils

With the development of teaching for mastery in maths, the need for variation in approach and context has become a vital part of the learning process. Along with this comes the need for children to be supported in their understanding in a variety of ways. One of the most effective ways is through the use of the concrete-pictorial abstract approach.

£99.00 + VAT

Creating Challenge: Greater Depth Across the Curriculum

What does ‘challenge’ really look like? Is it about doing more versus going deeper? Do whole-class approaches inhibit the required level of focus on the individual child?  There are no real ‘right’ answers, but in this short course, we share a host of strategies that have worked to engage and challenge pupils towards greater depth of thought, improved reasoning and higher outcomes.

£99.00 + VAT

Creating Collaboration

Collaborative learning structures are one of the most cost-effective ways to increase progress, but many children struggle with the basic skills required: sharing, listening, turn-taking and so on.

£99.00 + VAT

Creative Teaching of Grammar

Does the subject of grammar make your staff get excited? Smile? Stare thoughtfully at their notepads?  We’ve encountered all of the above, and have responded with this highly-engaging on-demand training session aimed at one key thing: to make grammar creative!

£99.00 + VAT

Creative Teaching of Punctuation

Does the idea of teaching punctuation get your staff excited? Smile? Stare thoughtfully at their notepads? We’ve encountered all of the above, and have responded with this highly-engaging training session aimed at one key thing: to make punctuation fun!

£99.00 + VAT

Creative Teaching of Spelling

Do spelling lessons get your staff excited? Smile? Stare thoughtfully at their notepads? We’ve encountered all of the above, and have responded with this highly-engaging training session aimed at one key thing: to make spelling fun!

£99.00 + VAT

Creativity in the EYFS: Getting Messy Has a Purpose!

Messy play is much more than just play and mess - it’s creativity at a whole new level. It gives children the opportunity to develop their imagination, curiosity and solve problems.

£99.00 + VAT

Developing English GDS through Classic Literature

It can be difficult to challenge strong readers at primary, because they often run out of age-appropriate material to read. A powerful solution can be to use children's literature from years gone by: it fulfills our 'cultural capital’ obligations, but it's also an exciting way to engender higher-level learning.

£99.00 + VAT

Developing Writing: Engaging Ways to Support Children in Acquiring Early Writing Skills

Writing is a fundamental skill in education, and it's vital that children get the best possible start in the early years. It is important to develop their love of writing, by engaging them in purposeful activities.

£99.00 + VAT

Don’t Drown in the Deep Dive: What to Expect from the New Ofsted Inspection Framework

Uncertainty can lead to fear, which is not a great place from which to make decisions. Let us help you navigate areas of uncertainty around the new ‘Deep Dive’ language and methodology. 

£99.00 + VAT

Don’t Fear the Blank Page: Using Poetry to Inspire Writing

The writing process is complicated, with lots of competing requirements, and this often makes it overwhelming for children. However, poetry can provide an engaging and empowering ‘way in’ to this process.

£99.00 + VAT

Drawing on Reading to Inform their Writing: The ‘Chunking’ Approach

English GDS criteria require that children be able to draw on their reading to inform their writing. In this training session you will find out about TT Education’s popular ‘chunking’ approach which teaches children to use high-quality literary and grammar analysis.

£99.00 + VAT

Effective Whole-Class Reading

The face of education and the approaches we use when teaching are constantly changing. Approaches to the teaching and learning of reading skills are no different. Many schools are moving away from guided reading approaches and more towards whole class teaching of reading skills.

£99.00 + VAT

Enabling Environments: How to Develop Your Learning Spaces

The publication ‘Development Matters’ (Early Education, 2012) highlights the importance of: engaging environments where children feel safe to take risks and explore; where rich learning experiences are designed to meet individual needs; and all learning is valued.

£99.00 + VAT

Enabling Support: Getting the best from your TA

TAs make up a quarter of the primary workforce, but they sometimes don't have the impact that we - or they - would like. How can we strengthen the teacher-TA relationship to get the best outcomes for children? 

£99.00 + VAT

Engaging Parents

Some schools have very high levels of parental engagement - but it’s not just down to demography… so how do they do it? In this on-demand short course we will explore different ways to engage parents in home learning and beyond.

£99.00 + VAT

Equality, Equity, Justice: Protected Characteristics in the Primary Phase

This on-demand training session looks at the place of ‘protected characteristics’ in the new Relationships Education guidance, investigates ‘accidental discrimination’, provides you with the ‘politically correct’ vocabulary, and gives advice on how to improve your pastoral care.

£99.00 + VAT

Everyone is a Leader: Looking at Leadership, Vision and Team-Approaches to Developing EYFS Practice

The concept of 'leader' has a broader meaning in OFSTED's new framework. Early years leaders are expected to have a wide-ranging knowledge of their setting and, in fact, everyone is now seen as having a certain level of leadership in their own right.

£99.00 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Art

This on-demand training session will provide simple ideas to reframe planning and teaching in primary art, in light of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.

£99.00 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Computing

The new Ofsted framework rightly places an emphasis on the foundation subjects. This short course will provide practitioners with simple ideas to reframe their planning and teaching in primary computing.

£99.00 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Geography

This on-demand short course will provide simple ideas to reframe planning and teaching in primary geography, in light of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.

£99.00 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary History

This on-demand short course provides simple ideas to reframe planning and teaching in primary history, in light of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.

£99.00 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary Music

This on-demand short course will provide simple ideas to reframe planning and teaching in primary music, in light of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.

£99.00 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary P.E.

This on-demand training session provides simple ideas to reframe planning and teaching in primary P.E., in light of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.

£99.00 + VAT

Five Ideas for Primary R.E.

This short course will provide simple ideas to reframe planning and teaching in primary religious education, in light of the new Ofsted Inspection Framework.

£99.00 + VAT

Foreign Languages Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of Languages/MFL leadership.

£295.00 + VAT

Geography Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of geography leadership.

£295.00 + VAT

Getting Boys to Read & Write

Tackle the age-old problem of getting boys to engage in English. This short course will take you through some fun and easy-to-apply ideas for increasing boys’ enthusiasm for this core subject.

£99.00 + VAT

GPS Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. What does this mean for SPaG/GPS? This three-part on-demand series covers everything a GPS coordinator should know.

£295.00 + VAT

History Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of history leadership.

£295.00 + VAT

How Tall Was the Beanstalk? Finding Maths in Everyday Stories

The power of storytelling has long been understood by teachers, but maths is not a common context. Teachers do sometimes create their own mathematical narratives - to help procedural fluency in particular - but we can go further and discover mathematical ideas in real literature.

£99.00 + VAT

Improving Phonics Provision in the Early Years (5-Part Series)

Phonics is a key skill for children in learning to read, write and develop language. It is the precursor to actual reading and comprehension so it must be given the appropriate amount of attention in the early years. This five-part on-demand series will develop your schools understanding of early years phonics and explore different activities to support your children on their phonics journey.

£450.00 + VAT

Interventions that Work: Getting the Most out of Support Groups and Booster Groups

This on-demand short course looks at ways to structure interventions to ensure they are effective; and it suggests ways to mediate any negative impact on the rest of the class.

£99.00 + VAT

It’s Not Just Experiments: Expanding Your Science Enquiry Provision

Science is more than ‘fair testing’, and scientific enquiry is far more than just experiments. In this course, we explore a range successful approaches and effective strategies to expand your science enquiry provision.

£99.00 + VAT

It's Good to Talk: Speaking and Listening to further Learning

One of our mantras at TT Education is that "Talk is thought" – that only when you talk something through can you realise if you've properly understood it. But in an oracy-poor society how do we develop our children's speaking and listening skills, to support and improve their learning?

£99.00 + VAT

Learning in the EYFS: Choosing the Right Approach

There are many different approaches to learning in the early years: pre-planned or 'in the moment', play-led or formal. But which one is the right one for your setting?

£99.00 + VAT

Let’s Play All Day: The Importance of Learning through Exploration, Investigation and Real-life Experiences

The Path to Success rightly places great importance on the need for context and purpose in learning. This is never more vital than in the early stages of learning, and learning through play is one of the best ways to facilitate this.

£99.00 + VAT

Mastery in Maths in the Early Years: Using Mastery Principles to Develop Mathematical Understanding

Many schools now lean towards mastery-style curriculums to support the development of conceptual understanding and procedural fluency. For greatest impact, this development needs to begin in the early years if children are to master mathematical concepts and gain deep understanding.

£99.00 + VAT

Mastery is Not Just for Maths

The term ‘mastery’ has become synonymous with maths over the last few years as we have developed an understanding of how other countries successfully teach their maths curriculums. We have learnt a great many lessons about approaches to teaching and learning in maths.

£99.00 + VAT

Maths in the Outdoors

Research has linked outdoor learning to increased motivation and creativity; it also gives children an opportunity for practical application and cognitive challenge. In a maths context this may be familiar in younger years, but perhaps less so as the children get older. How can we make the most of the outdoor environment throughout KS1-2?

£99.00 + VAT

Maths Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. What does this mean for maths? This three-part on-demand series covers everything a maths coordinator should know.

£295.00 + VAT

Meaningful Maths: Developing Lesson Design

Just when you think you’ve finally gotten your head around lesson planning and the new curriculum someone decides that there is a better way to do things. Changing your approach to maths lessons and everything that entails can, at times, seem overwhelming especially when you are trying to include all the different mastery elements that make maths lessons effective. So how do you do it? How do you design an effective lesson?

£99.00 + VAT

Misconceptions in Maths: Avoidance or Confrontation?

When you teach maths, do your children learn? Research suggests we can achieve better outcomes by starting from their own ideas - and misconceptions. But we often make great efforts to avoid mentioning misconceptions altogether.

£99.00 + VAT

More than a Transition Day: Using Long-Term Character Trait Development to Prepare Your Children for High School

How long do you spend preparing leavers for Year 7? This training session takes a creative approach to the subject, using the idea of character traits - from the newly statutory relationships education part of PSHE - to think longer term in preparing pupils.

£99.00 + VAT

Much More Than Lessons: Developing Cultural Capital

Developing a child’s knowledge and understanding of the world around them is a key part of the early years curriculum. Along with the development of ‘cultural capital’, it also has many other benefits.

£99.00 + VAT

Music Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of music leadership.

£295.00 + VAT

Numbers are All Around: Everyday Ways to Support Children in Developing Their Knowledge of Numbers and Counting

Mathematical understanding is not only an important part of learning in the early years but also a vital life skill. One of the best ways to support the development of children’s mathematical understanding is through regular practice in a maths-rich environment.

£99.00 + VAT

Oracy in the Early Years and Beyond

Children seem to be starting school with decreasing levels of oracy; and our focus on the written form for evidence can sometimes divert our attention from speaking and listening. This short online training session shares several of our favourite approaches for oracy development in the Early Years, but the strategies need little adaptation to apply in the key stages too.

£99.00 + VAT

Parents as Partners: Engaging Parents in Learning

Learning is a process that is no longer seen as just taking place within a school or early years setting. Parents play a pivotal role in their child’s development and it is vital that we engage with them and include them as much as possible with the learning that is taking place.

£99.00 + VAT

PE Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, but what does this mean for your school? This three-part on-demand series tells you everything you need to know about the Framework, from the perspective of PE leadership.

£295.00 + VAT

Problem Solving is Not a Problem!

When we refer to problem solving in maths it is fair to say that most of us will immediately associate that with a series of worded problems. Whilst worded problems are a valid form of problem solving, they are just one way of approaching this aspect of maths teaching and learning and as educators.

£99.00 + VAT

PSHE Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, with an increased emphasis on personal development, behaviour, character traits, and attitudes to learning. Furthermore, much of the subject has now become statutory. This three-part on-demand series covers everything a PSHE coordinator should know.

£295.00 + VAT

PSHE: Meeting the New Requirements

PSHE becomes part-statutory in September 2020. How prepared is your school? How can you meet a new set of legal requirements without diverting energy and focus from the other things that matter?

£99.00 + VAT

Quality First Teaching (3-Part Series)

‘Quality First Teaching’ is a wide-ranging phrase that can sometimes feel a bit daunting for newer teachers. Even experienced practitioners can get a bit frustrated that so much is apparently expected in this catch-all term. Get some clarity - and dozens of practical ideas - from this exciting three-part on-demand series!

£295.00 + VAT

RE Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. This can put RE leaders in an uneasy position. This three-part on-demand series covers everything an RE coordinator should know.

£295.00 + VAT

Reading Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. What does this mean for reading? This three-part on-demand series covers everything a reading coordinator should know.

£295.00 + VAT

Reasoning in Maths

When we talk about mathematical ‘reasoning’ we sometimes struggle to distinguish it from word-problems. There is more to problem-solving than reasoning, and more to reasoning than problem-solving. If we understand what reasoning actually involves, we open up a rich range of experiences in maths - and across the curriculum - where we can develop and stretch our children.

£99.00 + VAT

Representations in Maths

Children often struggle to understand mathematical ideas if they move towards the “abstract” too quickly, and we rightly use different representations to make things easier for them to understand. But if we’re not careful these representations limit children to little more than a procedural fluency.

£99.00 + VAT

Science Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. This creates a real risk for science leaders: it lacks the status of the other core subjects, and it may now be left behind as schools work to improve their foundation subjects. This three-part on-demand series covers everything a science coordinator should know.

£295.00 + VAT

SEN in the Mainstream

From Every Child Matters, to SEND-in-the-mainstream, to the current inspection framework; children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities have always been a high priority for schools.

£99.00 + VAT

Shoulders of Giants: Cultural Capital in Maths

No teacher - and few pupils - would argue against the importance of maths. Its procedures are crucial life skills, and its thinking processes can develop understanding across the curriculum. But how often do we explore the lives and work of great mathematicians, particularly in the context of Ofsted’s focus on cultural capital?

£99.00 + VAT

Spiritual is more than R.E.: Understanding the First ‘S’ of SMSC

Spirituality is as much an awareness of ourselves as it is an awareness of anything beyond ourselves.  So how do we, in a secular age, encourage pupils to engage with and understand their ‘spirit’ - whether or not they have a faith-based ‘spiritual’ side?  What inspires you? Where do you feel most at peace?

£99.00 + VAT

Sticky Knowledge: Driving up Retention for the New Ofsted Framework

How can we ensure our pupils are retaining - and applying - what they have ‘learned’ in any given subject, topic, or year? 

£99.00 + VAT

Supporting Reading in the EYFS: Practical Ways to Develop a Reading-Rich Environment to Develop a Love of Reading in Children

Reading is a fundamental part of a child’s early development. Whilst developing a child’s phonological awareness is vital, so is developing a love of reading. Ofsted’s New Inspection Framework also places more emphasis on reading than ever before.

£99.00 + VAT

Talk, Talk, Talk: Using Different Approaches to Talk to Develop Language Acquisition and Vocabulary

Talking to and with children is one of the most powerful tools we have as practitioners. Knowing how to communicate with children effectively, how to effectively model language we want them to acquire, and how to use questioning appropriately is incredibly important.

£99.00 + VAT

TAs as Leaders: Creating Leaders at Every Level

The concept of 'leadership' has expanded massively in recent years. Ofsted's expectation now is that all staff should be able to understand and articulate ideas like vision, priorities and curriculum design, and this is true for teaching assistants as well as teachers. This course considers how TAs can develop leadership skills - and, crucially, what that means in practice.

£99.00 + VAT

Teaching Consent

Children are increasingly exposed to situations when they need to independently manage their own consent - so how well have we prepared them for this?

£99.00 + VAT

Teaching in a Special Needs Setting: Communication in Complexity

Teaching in a special school – or provision in mainstream – adds extra complexity to the job of teaching.  This short on-demand course will help you understand the skills required to successfully work with multiple external agencies, for the benefits of your pupils.

£99.00 + VAT

The Language of Learning

How many times have you come across a higher attaining pupil who will not challenge themselves or crumbles at the first sign of failure? How do we support these pupils? Explore how we can prevent children moving through school fearing challenge and failure and instead, grow learners who can take on any challenge.

£99.00 + VAT

The Language of Learning in the EYFS

The language we use with children can have a profound impact on the way in which they view learning and the way in which they view themselves.

£99.00 + VAT

The Long-Arc: Escaping the Prison of topic-based Learning

How can we truly create a curriculum that facilitates deeper, more connected learning and retention of information - as well as supporting pupils in connecting learning to other domains?

£99.00 + VAT

The New EY Framework: eight things you need to know

A new EYFS Framework takes effect in September 2021, after two years of trial in so-called "Early Adopter" schools. This one-hour session will take you through the main changes to the framework, and give you advice from Early Adopter schools across the country. By attending this course you will

£99.00 + VAT

The Path to Success in the EYFS: Teaching Children How to Learn

TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model, also known as our mastery cycle, is a way of structuring learning which supports the principles of the early years curriculum.

£99.00 + VAT

The Path to Success: Complex Needs and Engagement

Children with complex needs start school with vary varied levels of oracy, numeracy and communication; and our focus on the written form for evidence can sometimes divert our attention from how we achieve engagement and progress. This on-demand course shares our Path to Success – and how it can have a positive impact on learning at your special school.

£99.00 + VAT

The Path to Success: Secondary and Beyond

Students at secondary school still need to continually improve oracy, fluency, numeracy and communication. Our focus on the written form for evidence can sometimes divert our attention from how we achieve engagement and progress. Discover how our award-winning Path to Success model can have a positive impact on learning at your school.

£99.00 + VAT

The Subject ‘Deep Dive’: Your Role as a Subject Leader

Secondary schools across the country are readying themselves for inspection under the new Ofsted framework – but what does it actually look like in practice?  Our experiences with a wide range of schools leave us well-placed to support subject leaders in preparing for a lead role in their next inspection; with all that entails.

£99.00 + VAT

There's No M in MFL

Many primaries find themselves hard-pressed to reach the expected standards for spoken foreign languages, but the National Curriculum has a completely different focus for ancient languages. Where Latin is taught, the priority is for comprehension of the written word, discussed in English, as well as classical history and cultural capital.

£99.00 + VAT

Think Like a Scientist: Scientific Thinking Across the Curriculum

Science lessons are a chance for pupils to explore the world around them, investigate, enquire and ask questions. Within science lessons we support children to develop these questions, plan lines of enquiry, investigate different scientific phenomena and develop their ‘cultural capital’.

£99.00 + VAT

Tricky Transitions: Getting Children Ready for KS1 and the National Curriculum

Moving from the early years into Year 1 can be daunting for young children and needs to be given careful consideration in order to support children’s wellbeing as well as their educational needs.

£99.00 + VAT

Using Provocations to Support Learning: Practical Ways to Use Provocations Across the Early Years Setting

Provocations are eye-catching, interesting or unusual objects that 'hook' children in and inspire talk. They are an engaging way to develop children’s interests in different topics and there are many ways in which they can be used.

£99.00 + VAT

Vocabulary Explosion: More Ideas for Excellence in Vocabulary Acquisition

Ofsted’s new approach is looking for unprecedented levels of foundation subject vocabulary, and this is being part-tested through the Y6 reading SATs. How well-equipped are you to meet this challenge?

£99.00 + VAT

Wake up to Wellbeing! Morning Exercises for the Whole Primary Cohort

Wake your body, wake your mind!  A healthy body and a healthy approach to life can support adults AND children alike in improving wellbeing, personal awareness and health.

£99.00 + VAT

Wellbeing in Special Schools: Helping Adults Deal with Challenge

Working in a special school, or provision within mainstream, often brings greater day to day experiences than you might expect.  Extreme behaviours, personal care & support, a wider range of adults and children to interact with, as well as emotional highs and lows of dealing with pupils who have complex needs.

£99.00 + VAT

What a Good One Looks Like: What Should be in a Foundation Subject Lesson in the New Ofsted Inspection Framework?

The new Ofsted framework’s emphasis on foundation subjects poses an exciting (if difficult) challenge for teachers. We know from decades of guidance what a good Maths or English lesson looks like, but what about History, Geography, Art and/or Music?

£99.00 + VAT

Working with your TA; Working with your Teacher

Are we making the best use of all that we have available to us?  This very broad question often relates to paper, pens etc. but what about your human resource - just how well are the adults used to support learning?

£99.00 + VAT

Writing Subject Leader Curriculum Support (3-Part Series)

The new Ofsted Inspection Framework marks a significant shift in focus, shining a much brighter light on non-Core subjects. What does this mean for writing? This three-part on-demand series covers everything a writing coordinator should know.

£295.00 + VAT

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