Welcome to Inspire Learning
Teaching School Hub
We hope that the Summer term has started smoothly for everyone.
It is hard to believe that our Hub has only been operational since September 2021. So much has happened and we are delighted that so many schools have engaged with us.
Last half term we welcomed Fiona McCrudden-Bruce (Project Manager) and Victoria Jackson (Administrator) to the Hub team. As the scale of our work has grown, they have added capacity and are excellent additions to the team.
We are supporting the development of over 330 early career teachers and 320 mentors and over 190 school leaders across a range of the reformed National Professional Qualifications. Our team of excellent facilitators is drawn from many of your schools and their expertise is valued. We are keen to continue to invest in their development.
As we approach the second year of national roll out for the early career framework, we are recruiting additional facilitators to lead our clusters of ECTs. Details of an information session along with links to an application form can be found below. A similar process will be followed to recruit facilitators for next year’s National Professional Qualifications.
Even though we are still in the throes of the current academic year, attention is turning to preparations for 2022/23. With this in mind, we wanted to make you aware of some changes and developments from the Department for Education.
Changes to the registration processes for Early Career Teachers are imminent although you do not need to action them immediately. To explain the changes and guide you through them, we are holding webinars for Headteachers and/or Induction Tutors. Details can be found below.
Further information can be found below and on our website