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Creating Fairer Recruitment Processes by Reducing Unconscious Bias

Creating Fairer Recruitment Processes by Reducing Unconscious Bias Joanna Mercer This session is aimed at Senior Leaders, Head teachers and Governors with...

Event: Me, My Child and Robots

  A free event open to all parents, teachers and educators...         Find out more: memychildandrobots.com ...

Y6/Y7 Writing Transition

Year 6/Year 7 Writing Transition Thursday 12th July, 4:00-5:30pm, Varndean School   Primary and Secondary teachers across Brighton and Hove will be working together on a writing transition...

Innovate My School in Lead Live!

  East Sussex | 30th November 2018   ...

Inspiring Governance

Highly skilled governors interested in supporting your school - Inspiring Governance Inspiring Governance is a free DfE funded programme of support to...

PDTSA Chair Appointed NLE

Pavilion and Downs Teaching School Alliance (PDTSA) is delighted to congratulate our Chair, Nick Wergan, on his new appointment as a National Leader of ...

Comparative Judgement Conference: Increase Accuracy of Assessments and Reduce Workload

Pavilion and Downs Teaching School Alliance is proud to present: Comparative Judgement: Increase Accuracy of Assessments and Reduce Workload Keynote Daisy Christodoulou presents on how comparative judgement improves the accuracy...

Developing exam expertise for AQA GCSE English Language Paper 2

The changes to the new GCSEs are unparalleled in that a general school examination is being reformed simultaneously in all its aspects: specifications, ...

The Power of Coaching

If this is of interest to you, see our course, "High Level Coaching". I have been teaching for over 15 years, in...

The Expert Teacher

The new GCSEs place a greater emphasis on knowledge and memory. Students are required to know, understand, and remember a lot more content than in...

On the QT - ResearchED17

There is something deliciously masochistic about setting off at dawn, still reeling from the brutal assault of the first week of term, to ResearchED’s ...

Leading for Characterful Schools

All good teachers know that developing students’ character is essential in ensuring their overall success in both their personal and professional lives. ...