Are you planning your staff INSET day?
We understand the pressure of delivering effective and engaging INSET days, particularly in the currently highly charged and continually changing educational landscape.
With our established experience, and deep understanding of the kind of professional development you’re looking for, we can offer the highest quality INSET day professional development, delivered by leading experts, and addressing the latest issues, themes and challenges.
Your INSET Day Structure Flexibility
- Full day – split into whole staff & breakout sessions
- Half day sessions
- One stand alone INSET day on your chosen topic
- Two or more INSET days across the academic year focusing in depth on a particular area
Example INSET days
These are just some examples of current topics we are being asked to provide INSET days for, all of which can be tailored to suit the needs of your staff. The list isn’t exhaustive, please contact us at 01625 532 524 to discuss your priorities.
Our latest INSET Day…
Curriculum, Culture and Consistency
Timings for the day
10:00: Refreshments on arrival
10:30: Session 1
11:45: Break for lunch
13:00: Session 2
14:30: Final questions
The latest on Curriculum Thinking and Ensuring Consistency Across Departments
Latest Curriculum Thinking – update on Ofsted consultation
- The new curriculum changes, the objectives of the new curriculum framework and why we need to re-think the way our curriculum is delivered
- How do we continue to develop curriculum expertise for 2020 and beyond?
- Short discussion opportunity, to consider what this means for departments and the college as a whole
Ensuring Consistency across Departments
- What does consistency mean: what quality of education looks like as an overall objective?
- Developing a standard to which all subjects can aim: consistency of experience for students in terms of quality
- Achieving high expectations and sustained excellence
Extending the culture of learning for staff and students
- Examining what high performance looks like for a large college: how to assess that appropriately (methods, approaches, ideas) – case studies of good practice, setting appropriate levels of challenge for your students
- Discussion on outcomes of Activity at the end of Session 1 and how they link to the case study ideas
- Effective strategies for teaching and learning (examples), ensuring that students understand their own progress and are able to sustain that through the course (metacognitive ideas) therefore ensuring student retention
- Developing a culture of staff learning and learning expertise for whole school success and high performance – ideas and methods tutors can use