NQT/RQT Training with St Helens TSA – committed to ongoing excellence!
Please find attached The St Helens Teaching School Newly Qualified and Recently Qualified Teacher Programme, we have delivered an NQT/RQT programme with great success since 2013-14, all training has been arranged in response to the overwhelmingly positive feedback received.
As a result of building on effective practice and sharing this more widely we have amended our offer for 2019-20.
Schools that have signed the alliance partnership agreement will receive 1 free place. These schools will need to book to ensure they secure a place.
Schools Direct trainees that have been trained via the St Mary and St Thomas CE Teaching School Alliance and have been successful in securing an NQT post within St Helens and/or a partnership school will receive this NQT/RQT training offer free of Charge.
The first session will be: Safeguarding: Awareness training including signs of abuse, multi-agency working specialised areas of children protection. Thursday 19h September 2019, The World of Glass, Chalon Way, St Helens, WA10 1BX. Please see below for further details of the full programme.
A full day’s conference will be provided for all NQTs/RQTs on: Wednesday 9th October 2019, 8.45-3.30pm at The St Helens Hotel, Linkway West, St Helens, WA10 1NG.
Entitled: Making the most of your 1st Year!
Agenda: Behaviour Management Strategies- Jason Bangbala, Mathematics- Raising the bar! – Tara Loughran, English- Raised Expectations – Maddy Barnes and SEND provision- managing pupils with additional needs in the mainstream classroom, practical strategies and solutions- Zena Martin, SEND specialist.
All sessions can be booked via email directly to: Paula Foster email@example.com
All trainers that deliver the sessions are either specialists in their field, senior leaders or expert practitioners.
For any further queries about any of the training sessions or if you are interested in becoming an alliance member and qualifying for any future discounts please don’t hesitate in contacting Lisa Bradshaw, Director of the St Helens Teaching School Alliance and NW Maths Hub 3