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.
Chris has a broad range of up-to-date experience working for various organisations both nationally and internationally, focusing on curriculum development, support and school improvement in schools, colleges, and academies.
Previously the Director of Learning for Art and Design for a nationally reputable department, Chris has 23 years of teaching experience and has also worked as pastoral head of year.
Chris has worked for all awarding bodies and QCDA and DfE on curriculum development. He has also worked as a trainer for the 2-year in-service PCETT with students enrolled with Huddersfield University.
He has experience running courses for New Heads of Department, NQTs and teachers, including behaviour management training courses.
Chris also developed and managed a highly successful in-house teacher training programme as part of a regional pilot scheme and has developed and supported the BBC Bitesize Applied Art and Design Revision Programme production.
This webinar will provide headteachers, curriculum leaders, subject leaders and teachers and practitioners with knowledge and skills to undertake a robust evaluation of the impact of their D&T curriculum, including strategies for formative and summative assessment, aligned with Ofsted expectations.
This webinar will provide headteachers, curriculum leaders, subject leaders and teachers and practitioners with an insight into strategies, best practices and resources to support confident and consistent D&T teaching across all lessons and for all pupils, aligned with Ofsted expectations.
This webinar will equip headteachers, curriculum leaders, subject leaders and teachers and practitioners with knowledge and skills to evaluate current D&T provision, and design a bold and coherent curriculum which best equips their pupils for future success, aligned with Ofsted expectations.