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The following development opportunities are currently available across all phases:

Outstanding Teacher Programme - 3 for 2 offer 

The Outstanding Teacher Programme (OTP) is an innovative and highly successful programme developed by Olevi and nationally accredited by the National College for Teaching & Leadership.  The programme is aimed at helping teachers to make consistent and lasting improvement in the quality of their teaching from good to outstanding.  Based within an outstanding setting, participants will have the opportunity to reflect on their own practice, observe outstanding lessons and complete linked tasks back in their own school.

The Spring 2019 cohort has been postponed and new dates for the summer term will be published shortly.

Venue: Minster School, Nottingham Road, Southwell NG25 0LG (unless stated otherwise)

A copy of our flyer can be downloaded for further information.

Please register your interest by emailing Trish O'Malley p.omalley@minster.notts.sch.uk 

​​​​​‘Olevi - proud to be delivering the Teaching & Learning syllabus.’
 

Some feedback from previous cohorts:

"Increased confidence in abilities and strengths.  Coaching training was excellent.  Will make changes to practice in order to improve engagement, challenge and higher level thinking."
"Made me reflect on my own learning and teaching - willing to trial new things."
"It has allowed me to reflect on my own practice, identify areas to improve and given me the tools and techniques to do this."
"Now more aware of my strengths and trying out ideas from the course has improved my teaching and learning of my class."

Improving Teacher Programme - 3 for 2 offer
 

The Improving Teacher Programme (ITP) is an innovative and highly successful five week intensive programme developed by Olevi and nationally accredited by the National College for Teaching & Leadership.  The programme is suitable for all teachers motivated to improve teaching and learning in their classroom.

Dates for Spring 2019:

Teaching & Learning 1 - Tuesday 26th February 2019, 9.30am to 3.30pm
Teaching & Learning 2 - Thursday 7th March 2019, 9.30am to 4.30pm
In-School Practice - week commencing 11th March 2019
Teaching & Learning 3 - Monday 18th March 2019, 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Teaching & Learning 4 - Wednesday 27th March 2019, 1.30pm to 4.30pm
Teaching & Learning 5 - Wednesday 3rd April 2019, 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Venue: Minster School, Nottingham Road, Southwell NG25 0LG (unless stated otherwise)

Booking link: https://bookwhen.com/mtsa

A copy of our flyer can be downloaded for further information.

​​​​​‘Olevi - proud to be delivering the Teaching & Learning syllabus.’
 

Some feedback from the previous cohorts:

"Given me enthusiasm to try new ideas. Allowed me to reflect on my practice and improve."
"Has helped me consider small manageable changes I can make to improve my teaching. Particularly on challenging students and using effective questioning techniques."
"It has encouraged me to discuss and focus on my immediate teaching priorities."
"Has shown me where to improve and how to improve and I have already started implementing some of the techniques."

Supporting Students with Mental Health Issues in a Mainstream Setting 

This workshop is aimed at teachers and support staff from primary and secondary schools. We are seeing increasing numbers of students experiencing poor mental health at a time when the services traditionally available to support these young people are less accessible. This workshop, delivered by two experienced practitioners, aims to give colleagues in mainstream schools a range of practical strategies to support students.

We are offering a second date during the Autumn Term 2018.

Cost: £45 per person

EARLY BIRD OFFER FOR MEMBERS ONLY - £35 PP (date to be confirmed)

Please email Trish O'Malley p.omalley@minster.notts.sch.uk to register your interest.

A copy of our flyer can be downloaded for further information.

Some feedback from participants:

"I have a good understanding of mental health issues but from an adult perspective. This was very helpful in relation to applying the knowledge in school."
"Highlighted strategies we are doing well but also things that we are doing wrong. This will allow us to adapt our practice."
"Well delivered and informative."
"This subject should be in child protection for all teachers at beginning of year."