Our Schools Programme is a subject-based peer network for subject leaders keen to reawaken their love of teaching, develop a strong department and give students a richer subject experience. As a member, you’ll attend an introductory three-day residential course, benefit from one-to-one peer consultation and gain access to PTI online resources.
Teachers are at the heart of what we do. Our programmes are developed and led by practising teachers, ensuring their relevance to you.
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We support you to improve your department's subject provision. This year 87% of our members achieved the PTI Mark for focusing on: coherence and a quality of challenge within the curriculum; extending and enthusing pupils with activities that go beyond the curriculum; development and exploration of teachers' own specialist subject knowledge; and raising the profile of their subject within education.
Our national network of member schools believe that all children, regardless of background or ability, deserve to be introduced
Holy Family Catholic School
Residential attendee - Music
Residential attendee - History
Michelle Key Lewis
St Matthew Academy
The Prince's Teaching Institute is a charity that helps teachers and schools in the state sector. By raising funds we are able to subsidise our activities, however we request a contribution from schools to allow us to continue to provide high quality support for teachers.
Attending a Residential Summer School or Autumn Residential allows you to join the Schools Programme.
Membership is free for the first year. The fee for the residential includes all board, lodging and course materials.
|One-off fee for three-day residential|
|Special discount for Art and Music in Autumn 2015||£195|
|Discount for affiliated schools (-£100)||£395|
After the first year, members pay an annual affiliation fee. This entitles you to a free place at our annual reunion day, discounts on our one-day courses and access to our online teaching resources and members' projects.
Discounts apply if other departments in your school are affiliated to the PTI Schools Programme or Schools Leadership Programme
|Annual affiliation fee per school|
|One participating department||£495|
|Two participating departments||£795|
|Three participating departments||£995|
|Four or more participating departments||£1195|