Knowledgeable and dynamic – Katie King, Assistant HOD, Dragon School
Our subject specific courses are delivered by experts in their field with insight, depth and passion. As a departmental or whole school training event they give an invaluable opportunity to foster expertise and academic rigour.
Our subject knowledge courses can cover changes in exam expectations, support teachers delivering in a subject area they are less familiar with and provide a range of strategies and approaches to bring a subject to life.
A selection of our subject enriching courses are listed below but if you can’t find the area you are looking for use our enquiry form and we can source a lead practitioner to meet your needs.
Subject Specific Courses
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.
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.
Challenging able biologists to reach their true potential “Really worthwhile and applicable, felt like I was actually learning something!” Jack White-Foy, Dulwich College Does your biology teaching really stretch the most able students? How do we teach our students independence and resilience? Are your students ready to face the challenge of the new more applied […]
“Left inspired!” Kim Carmichael, Head of Science, Longcroft School Improving the performance of lower attaining A level Biology students How do you make the new Biology specifications more accessible to lower attaining students? How do you support and differentiate for these students effectively whilst still stretching the top students? What strategies are effective in boosting […]