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  • Remembering Srebrenica: film screening 15th July 2022

    Published 29/06/22

    Bradford Council and its partners will be holding a remembering Srebrenica event at the Pictureville Cinema, National Media Museum on the 15th July 2022, between 9.30am and 10.30am. There are places available for at least 100 students.

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  • The Science of Learning: a case study and impact report

    Published 23/06/22

    This case study outlines Exceed Academies Trust's approach to developing teacher confidence and expertise is applying the science of learning in classrooms.

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  • Geography and History Network Meetings for 2022-23

    Published 21/06/22

    Sign up for our primary and secondary network meetings delivered in partnership with the Geographical Association and Historical Association.

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  • NPQ application deadline Tuesday 13th September 2022

    Published 10/06/22

    Applications for National Professional Qualification programmes commencing in October 2022 is Tuesday 13th October 2022.

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  • Early years experts and mentors programme

    Published 07/06/22

    The early years experts and mentors programme will support practitioners, leaders and whole settings through bespoke support, delivered face-to-face and virtually.

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  • Early Career Framework induction evaluation

    Published 26/05/22

    Today the Department for Education has published an evaluation of year 1 of the Early Career Framework induction.

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  • Appropriate Body: Change and consultation

    Published 26/05/22

    The Department for Education have announced that Teaching School Hubs will become the sole providers of Appropriate Body services. A consultation on the timeline for implementing this change is part of a new consultation launched today.

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  • Announced: new NPQ scholarships for small schools, PVIs and other organisations

    Published 26/05/22

    Today, the Department for Education has announced confirmation of two more years of National Professional Qualification (NPQ) scholarships, including an expansion of eligible schools and settings, including PVI settings for the NPQ for Early Years Leadership.

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  • Announced: National Institute of Teaching

    Published 26/05/22

    Today, it has been announced that the National Institute of Teaching will be led by the School-Led Development Trust (SLDT). A press release by the charity is available here.

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  • Free modern foreign language (MFL) CPD courses

    Published 20/05/22

    The National Centre for Excellence for Language Pedagogy (NCELP) is offering free MFL courses in the autumn term of 2022.

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  • Free peer-to-peer support for schools and colleges on using technology

    Published 20/05/22

    The DfE’s EdTech Demonstrator Programme supports any publicly funded school or college in England to access help and advice on educational technology for free until the end of July 2022. The EdTech Demonstrator Programme is running a National Webinar Series throughout May and June covering various topics from the new DfE digital standards to using EdTech to support pupils with SEND.

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  • Supporting teacher recruitment

    Published 20/05/22

    The DfE are offering a levelling up premium worth up to £3,000 tax-free annually for maths, physics, chemistry and computing teachers working in disadvantaged schools in England, for the first 5 years of their career.

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  • SEND Review: consultation extension

    Published 20/05/22

    The SEND Review consultation period has been extended by 3 weeks, to 22 July 2022, to give everyone the opportunity to take part. 

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  • Get involved with the Commonwealth Games

    Published 20/05/22

    Birmingham 2022 has invited all schools to take part in their youth programme ‘Bring the Power' and create their own school festival day.   

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  • New Educate Against Hate resources

    Published 20/05/22

    The ‘Educate Against Hate’ campaign has released four resource packs to help teachers with difficult classroom conversations about topics such as extreme right-wing terrorism, Islamist extremism, fundamental British values and left-wing, anarchist and single-issue extremism.

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