TVTSA provides leadership training and development opportunities for teachers and academy staff to ensure students receive the best possible education from well-trained and experienced teaching staff.
Teaching schools are outstanding schools that work with others to provide high-quality training and development to new and experienced school staff. They are part of the government’s plan to give schools and academies a central role in raising standards.
TVTSA members support one another through shared practice, skills and experience. As an alliance member, National teachers therefore benefit from specialist training, development opportunities and support for the benefit of all students in the academy.
For more information visit www.tvtsa.co.uk
National Church of England Academy Aspirant Teaching School
National are currently working in partnership with Trent Valley Teaching Schools Alliance (TVTSA) to becoming an aspirant teaching school (ATS).
Current TVTSA members and new or non-members are be able to access the following courses through this provision, all delivered at National:
- Critical Thinking for Attainment
- CAMHS Mental Health Twilights
- Early Career Development Programme
- Early Excellence Ensuring Quality Talk
- Initial teacher training – support, CPD, recruitment advice and guidance
- Leadership development including the OLEVI Outstanding Leadership in Education programme
- SIAMS support and guidance
Half price places are also available on the ‘Jason Bangbala conquering challenging behaviour’ full day course, which will be held in Fernwood, near Newark.
With strong core value and a distinctive Christian ethos, together with expert teaching staff, outstanding leadership and top-class facilities, National Church of England Academy ATS is well placed to offer professional learning opportunities to colleagues from all phases and specialisms.