A warm welcome to our Edge Hill University Primary Partnership.
We would like to thank you, our partnership schools and settings, for the continued effective and high quality training that you offer to our primary trainee teachers. In the Department of Children, Education and Communities at Edge Hill University we are very proud of the effective working relationships we have with our extensive partnership, the expertise and knowledge within that partnership and the enormous contribution that this partnership makes to the development of an Edge Hill University Primary Trainee.
The following pages provide you with a wealth of information about the range of partnership opportunities available to you and the documentation you will require to carry out a mentoring role. These pages also contain links to the Primary Online Mentor Training, the Professional Practice Handbook and all other relevant documents that will allow you to successfully develop your trainee(s) and ensure that they have a positive impact on the progress of the children they work with. All the relevant documents are available to download and keep.
We look forward to working with you in developing the outstanding teachers of the future.
These are now available on Learning Edge for students, if you require a copy, please contact DCEC@edgehill.ac.uk
Professional Practice Paperwork
- Professional Practice Handbook
- Assessment and Grading Criteria
- Early Years and Primary Education – Learning & Teaching Evaluation Record
- Record of Weekly Mentoring Coaching Targets
- Trainee Cause for Concern Form
Interim Assessment Documentation
- Interim Assessment form – Phase 1a (UG Year 1 only)
- Interim Assessment form – all other phases
End of Professional Practice Documentation
- Early Years and Primary End of Professional Practice Report Form – Phase 1a (UG Year 1 only)
- Early Years and Primary End of Professional Practice Report Form – all other phases
- Attendance Record – Enhancement
- Early conclusion of Professional Practice
Additional Supporting Documentation
- Session Plan
- Visiting Tutor Initial Visit Checklist
- Reflection Writing Frame
- TS6 – Trainee Information for Professional Practice
- TS6 – VT and Mentor Information for Professional Practice
- Good to Outstanding Targets
- Good to Outstanding Proforma
- Pregnancy Risk Assessment Policy
Training For Mentors
We have face-to-face mentor training on the following dates:
- Wednesday 4th March 2020 2020, 1.30pm – 4.00pm – Edge Hill University, Faculty of Education, Ormskirk. For more information and to book your mentor training place.
Continuing Professional Development
Children, Education and Communities CPD Sessions 2019/20.
|Date||Time||Room||Session Led by||Session Title|
|4th March 2020||4.30 - 6.30pm||Hub 1||Polly Thorpe||The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences|
|18th March 2020||2.00 - 4.00pm||M49||Catherine Langridge||Dyslexia, Indicators, Issues and Interventions|
|25th March 2020||4.30 - 6.30pm||Hub 1||Polly Thorpe||Listening to Parents: Challenging Behaviour and Emotional Histories|
|22nd April 2020||4.30 - 6.30pm||Hub 1||Polly Thorpe||Red Alert: Trauma, Attachment and the Developing Brain|
|29th April 2020||2.00 - 4.00pm||Hub 1||Christopher Russell||The History Curriculum|
|13th May 2020||2.00 - 4.00pm||Hub 1||Catherine Langridge||Dyslexia, Indicators, Issues and Interventions|
|10th June 2020||2.00 - 4.00pm||M49||Catherine Langridge||An examination of Policy with regards to mental health and SEND|
|17th June 2020||4.30 - 6.30pm||Hub 1||Polly Thorpe||Building Attachment and Attunement: Therapeutic Story Making 1|
|24th June 2020||2.00 - 4.00pm||M49||Polly Thorpe||Building Attachment and Attunement: Therapeutic Story Making 2|
For further information on these sessions, please visit our CPD page.
Please book your place in advance by completing the following form:
Accreditation for Mentors: PGCert Mentoring & Coaching
The Postgraduate Certificate in Mentoring and Coaching has been developed to address the needs of teachers and other professionals working in a range of educational contexts. It provides a professional route in mentoring and coaching for those who hold, or are seeking to hold, specialist roles in schools and colleges and other educational settings.
As well as enhancing your mentoring and coaching practice, the programme will also support you in developing skills in critical reflection in relation to established and contemporary theories and models of mentoring and coaching. You will explore and experience mutual ways of working through investigating and critiquing contemporary policy, developing a strong academic underpinning to your work. This will enable you to adapt your studies to focus on areas of professional and/or personal interest.
The programme is delivered as blended learning with Saturday conference sessions held at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk campus. Conference days can also be held in central Manchester at St James’ campus, or by arrangement with partner institutions.
For further information please contact the Professional Learning Administration Team on 01695 657 207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can attend an online open evening, see https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/education/professional-learning/events/ for upcoming dates.
Alternatively you may be ready to apply online at https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/courses/mentoring-and-coaching/tab/next-steps/
- Travel Expenses Support Guide
- Accommodation Assistance Support Guide
- Distance Placement Support Guide
- Partnership Development Team Structure
- Payments to Settings Policy 2019-2020
For any queries relating to placement information, contact the Partnership Development team on email@example.com and they will direct your query to the relevant colleague.