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Faculty of Education Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hub

We are delighted to be able to present you with a range of opportunities to engage with our academic colleagues across the Faculty of Education in relation to their areas of expertise and research. All CPD hub sessions are free and open to you or any of your colleagues. As a faculty, our vision is “to work collaboratively with others to enhance life chances” and we hope that this is another way we can do this.

If there are any particular topics you would like to see appearing more regularly or you have suggestions for others, please contact us on [email protected] to let us know. We have themed the CPD offer into:

  1. Behaviour and wellbeing
  2. Curriculum
  3. Early career teacher sessions
  4. Evidence-based practice

These sessions should meet your needs, but let us know if there are other sessions or additional content that would be helpful. We have the expertise to support professional development across education including, but not limited to:

  • Practitioner research for teachers
  • Learning outside the classroom
  • Special educational needs
  • Dyslexia
  • Leadership
  • Early years education
  • Primary curriculum and pedagogy
  • Secondary curriculum and pedagogy
  • Mentoring and coaching
  • Subject-specific support in sciences, mathematics, modern languages, physical education and computing

Available sessions

Our department CPD sessions aim to support our partners, staff and professionals working in a wide range of settings. Sessions are designed and delivered online or in person by our own expert early years, primary and childhood education, and secondary and further education teams here in the Faculty of Education.

Free CPD

October 2023

Research-informed teaching
School subject leader termly meetings (PE)
School subject leader termly meetings (RE)
School subject leader termly meetings (Art and Design)
School subject leader termly meetings (History)
School subject leader termly meetings (English)
School subject leader termly meetings (PSHE)

November 2023

School subject leader termly meetings (Science)
School subject leader termly meetings (Mathematics)
Early Reading for under-threes – what this is and what it is not 
Early Number Sense: Subsidising and Counting
EYFS Reforms/Leading Change
Mindfulness-based stress reduction
School subject leader termly meetings (Geography)
ECT Induction and the ECF
School subject leader termly meetings (Computing)
Supporting children who have English as an Additional Language
School subject leader termly meetings (DT)
School subject leader termly meetings (Music)
School subject leader termly meetings (Languages)

December 2023

The Environment as a Third Teacher
Mindfulness-based-stress-reduction
Collaborative Practice – A Conversation

January 2024

Mindfulness-based-stress-reduction

February 2024

Big Questions!
Enabling Environments

March 2024

Quality talk for under-threes
Developing mathematical opportunities in play
The Child as a Competent Learner- Theoretical Perspectives

April 2024

Supporting children’s emotional well-being
Forest School Taster Session EYFS
Relational pedagogy within assessment practices
EAL, SEND or both? overlaps in identification practices

May 2024

Primary Music and Computing
Big Questions!
Teaching SSP outdoors
Introduction to working with young children on the Autism Spectrum
ECT Induction and the ECF
Developing Emotional Intelligence In Early Years Settings
Intergenerational Practice – Leading Learning Beyond the Classroom
Using visual supports and resources – unlock their potential!
Early Years Science through Stories
Developing knowledge of geometry in Key Stage 1
Introduction to Autism and Girls

June 2024

Forest School Taster Session EYFS
‘Wild Weaving’ Outdoor Session
Geography in the Early Years (3 – 7 years)

Get in touch- session timings to be agreed with partners

Bespoke sessions

We can offer bespoke sessions – please get in touch with us to discuss your request.

Bespoke events arranged for Spring or Summer terms
Developing policy and practice by investigating children’s understandings of education using collaborative arts based and photo methodologies: The ‘Visualising Opportunities: Inclusion for Children, Education and Society’ (Voices_Ed) Project

School subject leader termly meetings- Edge Hill University

English
Mathematics
Science
Computing
Music
PSHE
Geography
RE
PE
Art and Design
DT
Languages
History

Paid sessions

Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism

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