International Schools

In school INSET training for International Schools

Sending a teacher to the UK to attend a course or conference is a huge expense for very little real gain, even if that teacher has to present on “what they learnt” on their return, the message will be diluted and have no lasting effect beyond improving the practice of that single teacher.

Arrange for one or more of our trainers to come to your school and your whole staff receive the same training at a fraction of the cost and you decide on what message you want them to hear.

We offer a comprehensive range of INSET courses for both Primary and Secondary phases within an international school each of which can be fully tailored to meet the needs of your school.

Primary INSET : Improving Boys’ Reading and Writing

Highly engaging and motivated the staff Rochelle Thompson, Deputy Head, Kings School Supporting boys to achieve is an aspect of Teaching & Learning that consistently needs addressing. Historically, girls tend…

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Primary INSET : Challenging More Able Pupils in Maths

I feel particularly inspired. Unlike many courses, this felt achievable. Alison Tanner, Year 5/6 Teacher Cameley Primary School Maths is an exciting subject. The National Curriculum provides a framework to…

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INSET : Independent Learning and Increased Pupil Initiative

It was informative, constructive and invaluable for me Melanie Westlake, Head of Science, Saint Felix School   • Are you looking to developing the levels of Independence and resilience in…

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INSET : Practical Classroom Strategies for Learners identified with SEND

Excellent, purposeful and effectively delivered Evelyn Chua Headteacher , Hampden Gurney Primary School   • Do your teachers have to deal with low achieving and pupils identified as having SEND?…

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INSET : Raising Boys’ Achievement

Thank you again for the INSET, the staff were buzzing afterwards! Karen Coles, Director of Studies, Fulham Prep • Does your boys’ attainment fall below that of girls? • Are…

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INSET : Metacognition & Self-regulation – Reframing learners as thinkers

“Excellent, clear, well-pitched delivery and responds to questions well” Ben Fell, Teacher, Uppingham School Do your pupils prefer recalling information to “real” thinking? How do you help students improve their…

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INSET : Differentiation and Personalised Learning

Hugely useful and informative day James Moss-Gibbons, Director of Studies, Lambrook School Maximising progress in lessons for all learners Building effective inclusion and clear progression: raise standards, narrow the gap, challenge…

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INSET : Extending Pupils’ Academic Study Skills and Higher-Order Skills (HOTS)

Thank you again for the INSET, the staff were buzzing afterwards! Karen Coles, Director of Studies, Fulham Prep What can teachers learn from psychology and cognitive science to apply to the…

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INSET : Active learning in the Classroom: make your pupils work harder than you!

“It was informative, constructive and invaluable for me” Melanie Westlake, Head of Science, Saint Felix School   Are there aspects of teaching and learning which you would like to develop?…

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INSET : Outstanding Pupil Outcomes for All students

Excellent! – so many useful strategies and practical techniques which can be implemented in the classroom immediately. Isabella Mech Head of Sixth Form , Cheltenham College Improving levels of Achievement…

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INSET : Deeper Learning through Questioning

Questioning strategies to stretch and challenge all our pupils Fantastic strategies backed by research and resources to take away Donia Peters Head of Music, Clifton High School   Do you…

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INSET : Raising Academic Achievement – High Impact Strategies for Class-teachers & School Leaders

Lots of good ideas that I can use tomorrow, exactly what I want from CPD  Alison Yates, Year Leader, Harlington Upper School Strategies to promote high levels of progress and…

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Thriving, not just surviving

INSET : Well-being for Better Teaching

Thriving, not just surviving: Well-being for teachers at work and at home How can we better manage stress, and develop resilience and avoid burnout? How does ensuring a good work-life…

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INSET : Supporting and Maintaining Well-being in School

By learning more about how we build resilience and manage stress, communicate with colleagues and set boundaries, create a supportive work environment and develop healthy relationships in the workplace, amongst others, we can start to put in place measures that help us to manage stress more efficiently and become more resilient in both our domestic and personal lives, thus becoming more productive and efficient at work.

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Primary INSET : Teaching Art like a Specialist

Too often the misconception that people are either born with artistic ability or not is able to permeate into our schools. Teachers also feel less confident in delivering the art curriculum because they feel they are not ‘artists’.

This course aims to put these unhelpful views to bed and give teachers the confidence they need to deliver art with passion and enthusiasm and help bring out the artist in all their pupils.

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Primary INSET : Computer says yes! Bringing Computing to life

This course is designed to bring computing to life in your school. It presents a full understanding of the computing concepts and knowledge required to confidently deliver the curriculum. It covers the key concepts, ways to bring the subject to life and where to find essential resources to engage and inspire pupils across the primary age range.

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INSET : Challenging the most able students in all subjects

“Excellent – lots of good strategies and resources. I liked that the course leader was flexible in his approach and was happy to go off on tangents and alternative topics.”…

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INSET : Managing Low Level Disruptive Behaviour in and out of the classroom

“Really engaging tutor who clearly knew his stuff” Sadia Mirza, HOD, Dr Challoners High School Low Level Disruption. Can you kick it? Yes, you can Why manage behaviour? Why do…

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INSET : Positive Behaviour Management for Outstanding Learning and Teaching

“Great presenter, very clear and knowledgeable” Katie Coe, Exeter School Outstanding behaviour strategies for high levels of pupil progress Why do pupils misbehave? How can personalised learning improve outcomes? How…

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INSET : High impact teaching, learning and behavioural strategies for NQT’s

“To say that the first year of teaching is challenging would be an understatement. There are so many moving parts to manage and so many new things to learn that…

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INSET : Embedding a Growth Mindset into your Classroom and School

‘Mindsets’, the simple but compelling idea put forward by Carol Dweck of Stanford University, has taken the US educational system by storm and challenged the way our Stateside colleagues view learning, talent and ability. Teachers and school leaders have found the approaches and practical tips suggested by mindsets theory have had a clear impact on the performance of learners in their classrooms.

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