Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
This webinar will help to support school leaders, SLT teams and school governors to formulate practical guidance and strategy around managing their own mental health and wellbeing.
This webinar, aimed at Headteachers, NQT Co-ordinators and CPD leaders, will provide an introduction to the new DfE Early Career Framework and focus on the development of mentoring practices and cultures which will bring professional learning to life.
This webinar will confront the challenges our schools are facing today, highlighting a number of free resources available to help support workload reduction and how successful strategies have been implemented in some schools already.
This webinar is for school leaders who want further context and direction on Staff well-being as part of a more holistic school approach to mental health.
This webinar will focus on collaborative planning, marking and sharing to reduce the individual workload of each colleague, by utilising Curriculum Area Development Time (CADT).
This essential CPD course provides you with the core content you need to ensure your workplace is meeting its legal requirements in equality and diversity and is promoting a more tolerant, inclusive and diverse working environment.
The Bribery Act 2010 applies to all staff and employees. Under the act, it is illegal to accept a bribe, bribe another person, or enable bribery to take place. Failure to implement adequate procedures to prevent bribes being paid or received on an organisation’s behalf may lead to disciplinary action, unlimited fines, or even a custodial penalty. It is the responsibility of all staff to prevent, detect, and report any form of bribery and corruption in the workplace.
Domestic abuse is a child protection issue that schools must be prepared for. All children can witness and be adversely affected by domestic abuse in the context of their home life where domestic abuse occurs between family members. Exposure to domestic abuse and/or violence can have a serious, long lasting emotional and psychological impact on children.
All schools must ensure that they have robust policies in place around the selection and suitability of prospective employees and that they are proactively creating a culture of safer recruitment. It’s essential that schools adopt a consistent and rigorous approach towards safer recruitment processes that ensures the wellbeing and safety of children and protects them from harm and abuse.
Schools can save £1,000s with our membership options. We have over 250 role-specific webinars and video courses available immediately and 50 added every academic year.