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  • Developing practice: The i2i Outstanding Teacher Programme

    8th January 2014

    Since completing my NQT year at Weydon School, I have been given a number of opportunities to develop my teaching practice.  In addition to recently gaining a middle management role, I had the fantastic opportunity to undertake the i2i Outstanding Teacher Programme (OTP).  As a teacher at the beginning of my career, I found this programme immensely helpful as it has provided me with methods to develop my own skills and those of others through the power of coaching.  

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  • Why changing career now shouldn't stop you teaching maths

    15th November 2015

    Changing career is a big decision at the best of times. The possibility of moving from a position of relative financial security to one of uncertainty, from a position of success to that of being at the bottom of a steep learning curve and of having found the balance between career and family to one of new imbalance all needs careful consideration. 

    Colin Addison is 2 1/2 months into our school-led teacher training programme and describes his decsion-making process and the reasons why he is still convinced he made the right decsion to change career and become a maths teacher with Teach@Weydon. 

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  • Cakes, Russian dolls and bin liners...

    29th October 2015

    Cakes, Russian dolls, bin liners, sandwiches, more cakes, trollies, eggs, “fork on a cork” and a hoover, it’s the i2i Partnership "Teacher Subject Specialism Training and SKE Course”.

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  • Raising the quality of teaching and learning

    13th May 2014

    Professional development at Weydon has taken many forms over the years. We have worked in triads, had motivational speakers during INSET and had programmes tailored to the needs of specific groups of staff. Last year we worked in triads again. Each programme has had varying degrees of success and this year our programme built on previous strengths and focused even more critically on what makes CPD effective.

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  • Who switched you on to physics?

    13th May 2014

    At a time when schools need more specialist physics teachers than everbefore, teacher-recruitment is reported as being ‘in crisis’ and, according to the Royal Society, students taking A-level physics have declined by 35% between 1991 and 2005: The i2i Partnership and Weydon School are asking, ‘Who switched you on to physics?’. More importantly, we want to know how you were inspired, what made physics the logical choice for you and  whether the time may be right for you to consider the challenge of teaching physics and developing a love for the subject in future generations.


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