Secondary History NQT Induction (2017/2018)
A three day course to support secondary history NQTs in their classroom practice and a chance to network with history NQTs from other schools.
Multi-session course for
Secondary history NQTs
A Hampshire Leading Teacher (HLT), Sarah Herrity - Teaching and Learning Adviser (Secondary History)
History education in
Hampshire is nationally recognised for its high quality and there is
excellent provision for CPD for teachers at all stages of their
careers through the Hampshire History Network meetings.
Practice last year demonstrates this: http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/resources/good-practice-resource-inspiring-history-teachers-through-effective-area-partnership-hampshire-secon
Your opportunity to
take part in these 3 NQT days is part of the support and development offered
to you as a teacher of history in Hampshire. Attendance is highly
education: why is it so important?
How can we teach the History curriculum effectively?
of outstanding lessons: practical workshop developing exciting and
engaging historical enquiries at KS3.
the challenges of the first year of teaching.
aspiration and achievement for all - what strategies are effective in
and assessment at KS3.
Teaching, assessment and progression at KS4.
evaluation - how do we know when History is going well?
and learning forum - moving our lessons from good to outstanding; stretching and
challenging higher attaining historians.
on into your second year of teaching: sustained CPD for Hampshire History
Other Booking Information
This programme is spread across two financial years so the cost will be split into two invoices.
The total cost is Sub price £480 - SLA £315 - Full £576 and will be spread over two financial years as follows: