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NQT CPD Event 1. Teaching & Learning 16 th September 2014 Wingfield. Advice From Pupils. Video. The Pyramid. Masters Accreditation Judy Ogden. Early Career Professional Development: a new programme for NQTs and RQTs. Judy Ogden and Sean Cavan.

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Nqt cpd event 1

NQT CPD Event 1

Teaching & Learning

16th September 2014


Early career professional development a new programme for nqts and rqts
Early Career Professional Development:a new programme for NQTs and RQTs

Judy Ogden and Sean Cavan

Links to your teaching school alliance nqt rqt offer
Links to your Teaching School Alliance NQT / RQT offer:

The ECPD programme is designed to sit alongside and complement current professional development packages offered by your TSA / School / Academy.

It has been co-designed and will be co-delivered with TSA colleagues to ensure that ECPD modules, learning activities and school/academy- based action research are informed by and relate to your NQT/RQT development programmes

Impact of the ecpd programme
Impact of the ECPD programme

for you - recognition of the learning and professional development that you achieve through combining professional practice with academic thinking

for your school - uses small scale action research projects linked directly to school/academy improvement plans, focusing on the things that matter now

for your students - developing your ability to develop them

Programme outline
Programme outline

The ECPD addresses:

The Dynamics of Learning, Teaching and Assessment

The Engaging Curriculum

Securing Learners' ProgressThe Inclusive Classroom

Leadership of Learning through Data

Leadership of learning Through Staff

An extended school/academy based action research project

Module foci
Module foci

The Dynamics of Learning, Teaching and Assessment

The Engaging Curriculum

Securing Learners' Progress

The Inclusive Classroom

Programme outline1
Programme outline

The ECPD addresses:

Leadership of Learning through Data

Leadership of learning Through Staff

An extended school/academy based action research project

Module schedule
Module schedule:

1/2 day Saturday launch session at SHU

2 twilight sessions mid week at convenient locations

Tutorial support via e-mail and phone

Peer support from colleagues

1 SHU based writing session towards the end of each module

Time frame
Time frame:

This will vary depending upon prior credits achieved.

If you bring in Masters credits from a PGCE then typically 10 terms, if you don' t bring in prior credits then typically 13 terms

The programme has been designed around the academic year in school and takes into consideration particular periods of increased workload and pressure.

Breaks in study are therefore built in to accommodate these.

Additional benefits
Additional benefits:

Access to the University Learning Centre

Student Union Membership

Access to online resources

Networking opportunities with peers across the region.


The cost of the modules will be spread across the programme and can be paid in monthly instalments.

15 credit modules = £ approximately 395

30 credit modules = £ approximately 790

For further information
For further information: credits

Please contact



Nqt cpd leads top tips
NQT CPD Leads credits Top Tips

  • Samantha Hartley Oakwood

  • Marie Hudson Oakwood

  • Beth Carre Oakwood

  • Andy Woodcock Dinnington

  • Scott Gaynor Wickersley

  • Amy Rozmus Brinsworth

  • Debbie Elsdon Brinsworth

  • Stan Chapman Wingfield

  • Louise Stephenson Wickersley

  • Richard Pearson Winterhill

  • Melvin Palmer Thrybergh

  • Paul Stanton Wales

  • Ramona Fletcher Wales

Nqt cpd event 1
Sam credits

  • Setting Objectives

  • Instead of setting a levelled objective stating what pupils will learn by the end of the lesson, set an objective stating what they will have learned by a certain time in to the lesson, e.g., after 25 minutes you should have all recalled your learning about World War 2 and applied it to the timeline.

  • Why is it successful? It splits the learning up to in to manageable chunks; it provides pace; there is a manageable goal to aim for; it creates a point where progress can be checked and misconception addressed.

    G. Petty

Marie credits

Amy and debbie
Amy and Debbie credits

  • Using the play-dough, you have one minute to model anything about your day today.

  • You will be asked to explain this to your shoulder partner.

  • You have 1 minute to explain your model to each other.

Immediate engagement

Immediate Engagement credits

Brinsworth Comprehensive School

Debbie Elsdon

Amy Rozmus

Create intrigue in your lesson from the beginning
Create intrigue in your lesson credits from the beginning:

  • Doesn’t have to be related to the lesson/topic although better if you can!

  • No fail questions are good.

  • Go for 3 minutes rather than 5. Make them work quickly!

Use interesting images
Use interesting images: credits

Que es el problema?

Nqt cpd event 1

What do you think this image is? credits

What could be happening in this image?

There is no right or wrong answer!

Use interesting images1
Use interesting images: credits

Think of FIVE questions you would like to ask about this image.

Ask interesting big questions
Ask interesting ‘big’ questions: from their home. How?

  • How could ICT stop a forest fire in Portugal?

  • When does a plate become a bowl?

  • Can machines have feelings?

  • If a Christian’s destiny is controlled by God, can he/she be blamed for anything?

  • Does a computer hard drive weigh more when it is full than when it is empty?

  • Would you rather go to heaven or remain immortal on Earth?

  • Has technology made humanity less human?

  • Is the past more important than the future?

  • Which is heavier: love or hate?

What s the question
What's the question? from their home. How?

  • The answer is:

There was a dog in it

Bewildebeast! from their home. How?

  • Five ways to confuse:

    • A badger

    • A kettle

    • A volcano

    • Henry VIII

When ducks cry
When ducks cry! from their home. How?

  • List five ways to make the following cry:

    • Duck

    • Squirrel

    • Curley’s wife

    • A plant

Create codes to crack make it a competition
Create codes to crack – make it a competition: from their home. How?

N = W

O = U

P = A

Q = M

R = Q

S = V

T = D

U = K

V = S

W = F

X = B

Y = O

Z = I

A = E

B = N

C = J

D = R

E = H

F = Z

G = L

H = X

I = P

J = C

K = G

L = T

M = Y

A z grid competition
A-Z Grid – Competition from their home. How?

This can be used for any topic and can be revisited at the end of a lesson/week/topic to show progress

Spot the odd one out
Spot the odd one out from their home. How?

Triominoes from their home. How?

Can be used to introduce new content/revision/grouping

Set learning groups
Set Learning Groups from their home. How?




Sierra Leone


Other top tips
Other top tips… from their home. How?

  • Target questions at students, rather than hands up

  • Wait time

  • For card sorts, have a few blanks “up your sleeve” as an extension.

  • Plan your learning outcomes at the end.

Scott from their home. How?

Paul ramona
Paul & Ramona from their home. How?

Andy woodcock
Andy Woodcock from their home. How?

My top tip is be about non-verbal behaviour management techniques and challenging specific behaviour. What can be the most effective way to:

  • Ask a student to take his/her coat off?

  • Do up his/her tie?

  • Get back on task? Challenge Shouting out?

  • Sit in the place you want him/her to?

  • Challenge behaviour that is disrupting a teacher-led activity?

Andy woodcock1
Andy Woodcock from their home. How?

Andy woodcock2
Andy Woodcock from their home. How?

Nqt cpd event 1
Stan from their home. How?

  • The most important resource in the classroom is not the inter-active board ,it is not your set of white boards, it is not your lollypop sticks with the students’ names on; it is you. You must look after this resource because without it nothing can happen. The resource needs feeding, it needs rest and it needs companionship. Top tip: pace yourself, keep something in the tank, don't give your all in period one because you will not have anything left for period two… or period three. Top Tip, the students should be working harder than you are in the lesson.

What cpd do you want
What CPD do you want? from their home. How?

  • School-based experience

  • Reflect on your targets from your training and use these as a starting point.

  • What experiences would benefit your development and, thus, the pupils’ progress?

  • Do you want to see outstanding teachers in a specific subject?

  • Do you want to learn more about differentiating for individual learners or groups of learners?

  • Do you want to see examples of specific resources or topics or iPads in action?

Website from their home. How?

  • Our new website is in production!!

  • Once completed and live, all NQT’s will be able to access all of the resources and materials that will be used within your CPD sessions electronically!

  • An email will be sent to you once the Learners First Website has gone live!

Details form
Details Form from their home. How?

  • Please complete the details form and hand it to Louise.