Events and networks for Primary and Secondary Teachers and Leaders
Friday 14 June 2019 -
An informative day was had in the stunning location of Beaumanor Hall. Head Teachers and their SLT guests had the pleasure of three guest speakers Mary Myatt, Di Mullen & Felicity King.
TELA has been accredited as an Appropriate body for the professional induction of NQTs. TELA will be able to support NQTs in developing the skills to be effective teachers and also monitor their progress against the Teacher Standards.
*From September 2019
As part of our ongoing commitment to the Early Years Career Framework we are delighted to have made a partnership with the Chartered College of Teaching to benefit the NQTs working with TELA. We have committed to a significant financial investment into our NQTs which will give them membership to the Chartered College of Teaching if you take up the Silver or Gold NQT package.
Benefits of membership to the Chartered College of Teaching for NQTs
Engage with high-quality career development and stay up to date with the most up to date and relevant pedagogy and research
Connect with a network of like-minded individuals Learn from and support teachers from across the country to develop teaching practice
Gain recognition and awarded status for expertise and commitment to the profession
Collaborate and showcase expertise on a national platform
Be part of a national movement committed to shaping the future and raising the status of the teaching profession
Further information about the benefits of membership of the Chartered College of Teaching is available here https://chartered.college/membership-2/teacher-membership
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Excellence in the Classroom - Move teaching and learning towards outstanding.
Delivered in partnership with CAMHS. An insight for teaching and support staff into why children have mental health problems, and the interventions that are known to promote resilience.
Building on the NQT year to move towards consistently outstanding practice through inputs, observation, mentoring and classroom action research.
TELA EYFS Practitioners Network.
Meet with EYFS Practitioners to keep up to date with current developments in teaching and learning in the Early Years.
Dates & Venue: 23 October 2019 at Sherrier Primary
4 March 2020 at Richmond Primary
10 June 2010 at Badgerbrook Primary
Latest update on Assessment without levels and best practice on using assessment information across the school.
TELA Primary Heads network.
TELA Primary Headteacher Peer Review.
TELA Primary NQT network.
TELA Primary Deputy / Assistant Heads network.
TELA Primary Heads’ Collaborative Network.
TELA Primary Assessment Network.
TELA Primary Higher Achievers Leader Network.
TELA Primary SENCO network sharing best practice around leading special needs in primary schools.
Meet with English Subject Leaders to keep up to date with current developments in the teaching and learning of primary English.
Meet with maths Subject Leaders to keep up to date with current developments in the teaching and learning of primary maths.
TELA Secondary CPD Network is an opportunity to share and delelop best practice with other TELA senior leaders.
TELA secondary T&L Network to share and develop best practice with other TELA senior leaders.
Discuss, investigate and share best practice in secondary assessment with your peers in other schools within TELA.
Local Authority Performance Team presentation and school leaders' best practice discussions around performance data trends and impacts on curriculum design.
A course designed to provide good and outstanding secondary teachers with new strategies and classroom skills facilitated by experienced, outstanding practitioners over four 1/2 day sessions.
Develop your practice through a blend of NQT Conference and three TELA Talent twilight sessions with a focus on pedagogy and leadership in the classroom and beyond.
Secondary Middle Leaders courses offer the chance to reflect and develop your leadership impact, embedding current theory into practice.
When is anxiety functional, reflecting real insecurities and issues.
This session is for people to share good practice and present real situations faced in schools for mental health advice and planning.
It is well known that the incidents of children harming themselves has greatly increased.
This session will look at assessing risk, discussing how to talk about self-harm and who can help.
This session will discuss good practice seen across schools in Leicestershire and be an opportunity for tricky situations to be discussed in a supportive environment.
Anxiety is very commonly seen as a symptom in diagnosing Autism. In this session real scenarios will be discussed and action plans put together.
How can we help those who are low to experience joy & fulfillment? This session will allow participants to discuss children for whom they have concern, offering mental health advice & action plans.
This session will look at how predictable stresses, such as tests & exams can be managed in the context of children with vulnerabilities.