Primary RQT Programme, The Maltings, Thursday, 10. October 2019

As you all know, retention of our teachers (especially those relatively new to the profession) remains one of the BIGGEST CHALLENGES facing schools. Our RQT programme (now in its FOURTH SUCCESSFUL YEAR) therefore maintains a focus on the issues that evidence points to newly and recently qualified teachers leaving teaching. Consequently, our almost all our RQT programme past participants remain in the profession, the vast majority now undertaking middle (and indeed senior) leadership responsibilities. In the last two years, over 60 have participated in this programme. 
“It really helped me translate my appraisal targets into daily classroom practice”
“My workload became manageable and my stress levels reduced”
“The programme built on my NQT year and supported me in accelerating learning of the kids who needed it most”
“I understand how to successfully juggle teaching and leadership responsibilities”
“My head says that I now use my PPA time in an exemplary manner”
“My subject leadership skills have improved significantly”
“I hardly had any days off sick as I always felt on top of everything”
Our well-established and successful primary RQT programme will further support teachers in developing their professional repertoire of skills as they continue their journey to outstanding as happy, healthy, resilient and highly effective practitioners. Key outcomes include:

Prioritising work load – identifying stress points – doing LESS BETTER  - in line with workload reduction
Developing personalised learning for pupils of all abilities with clear, transferable knowledge – drawing on the  expertise of leading English SLEs and SLEs from White Rose Maths
Using data, pupils’ work and ‘deep dives’ of learning to set effective next steps within a clear, logical sequence
Ensuring appropriate provision for SEND pupils and using appropriate assessments to demonstrate progress
Setting individual goals linked directly to appraisal
Looking beyond the RQT years - taking on increased responsibilities towards leadership
Gap tasks to make most effective use of PPA and to develop professional skills

Session 1: Thursday 10 October, 1-4pm                                                         
Session 2: Thursday 28 November, 1-4pm                                                      
Session 3: Thursday 12 March, 1-4pm                                                            
Session 4: Thursday 11 June, 1- 4pm                           

Thursday, 10. October 2019, The Maltings, Primary RQT Programme

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