‘How planning for failure can help students succeed’

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It’s that time of year again, to be thinking about Inspiring Induction Practices – and ‘online’ ones at that.. Do get in touch if you’d like our online training session that is guaranteed to challenge thinking and promote creativity.. (https://ccqi.org.uk/induction) And if you have five minutes, grab yourself a coffee and read what I hope you’ll find is a very thought provoking article – particularly about why you should ignore Ofsted: https://www.tes.com/news/how-planning-failure-can-help-students-succeed


Inspiring online induction practice – webinar

Teachers discussing induction

‘Preventable contact’ is the time teachers spend with learners in-between lessons to do such things as help them catch up and sort out under-performance issues. This can be exhausting. Imagine if your induction programme produced learners who could learn effectively, independently and with peers, in a positive, can-do culture; and where attendance and punctuality issues simply don’t exist. This session is designed to help you develop an unmissable, unforgettable induction experience for your learners. And as we’re currently uncertain about […]