This conference is part of the citywide strategy for improving outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.
Outcomes for disadvantaged pupils are a major priority across the city with all schools developing strategies for reducing this gap in attainment in progress. This conference will give NQTs the opportunity to explore strategies by hearing from experienced practitioners and sharing classroom practice, as well as how to contribute to the development of whole school approaches. Delegates will be asked to bring their class data to the event, so this can be explored. An email will be sent about this approximately a week before the event.
Trainers: Shelley Baker and Cassie Palmer, Disadvantaged Strategy Teacher Advisers
Teachers’ Standards covered: As a result of the learning from this session, NQTs will be able to show progression in all of the Teachers’ Standards: TS1: Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge all pupils TS2: Promote good progress and outcomes by pupils TS3: Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge TS4: Plan and teach well-structured lessons TS5: Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all pupils (all points) TS6: Make accurate and productive use of assessment TS7: Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment TS8: Fulfil wider professional responsibilities
By the end of the session NQTs will be able to identify appropriate strategies for improving outcomes for disadvantaged pupils in their own classes.
Free of charge for NQTs registered this year with Brighton & Hove City Council as the Appropriate Body for NQT Induction. Other teachers in their first few years of teaching may attend if there is space. Contact: email@example.com
Primary & secondary NQTs