CPD for Teachers
The Prince’s Teaching Institute provides a variety of subject-based Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities for both new and experienced teachers, Headteachers and Subject Leaders. For an overview of all our courses, please click here.
Please click the links below for:
Forthcoming INSET one-day CPD Events:
- 16 June, 2015
From cotton to culture - Salford Quays fieldwork
A day focusing on one of the UK’s best examples of urban regeneration and transferrable fieldwork techniques for investigating urban change. Create fresher, more engaging case study material and equip yourself with the tools and knowledge to lead successful fieldwork.
- 18 June, 2015
The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars
Explore the wider context of the time and ways of teaching difficult 18th century concepts at KS3 and beyond. Develop depth of understanding and historiographical perspective for KS5 lessons.
- 29 June, 2015
Do we think in two or three dimensions?
Build enthusiasm and curiosity in learners using exploratory learning and hands on tasks when introducing and teaching topics such as three-dimensional Pythagoras, trigonometry and 2D representations of 3D shapes.
- 1 July, 2015
Energy, photosynthesis and respiration
Investigate how science is finding new ways to harvest solar power, and the ground-breaking mechanisms being trialled.
- 2 July, 2015
Composing for film
Gain insight into the creation and production of film scores and explore the history of music and the moving image. Investigate the techniques used to express mood and genre and get up to date information on the uses of technology in music.
- 8 July, 2015
Loss and death in contemporary poetry
In partnership with the Poetry Society, an emotionally engaging approach to literary appreciation that will satisfy both the synthetic and analytical demands of the new national curriculum. A critical exploration of the language and contexts of poems with the theme of loss.
- 13 July, 2015
Enable pupils to understand and interact with poetry with an appreciation of rhythm and rhyme schemes and the beauty of the French language. Go beyond curricular constraints and use poetry and fables as a springboard for creative writing and imaginative discussion in the target language.