Continual Professional Development Training

Arts, Culture and Creativity:
Developing your school curriculum and enriching teaching and learning

Following the successful pilot, in partnership with The Might Creatives, All Ways Making is delighted to announce new dates for this popular CPD programme for headteachers, senior leaders and teachers.

Training includes a two hour interactive workshop looking at six keys areas where arts, culture and creativity can make significant and vital contributions to whole school improvement:
– Broad and balanced curriculum
– Health and wellbeing
– Social mobility
– Employability skills and life skills
– School community and parental engagement
– Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural

The training is based on a model of action learning. So participants consider these six key areas, including research and case studies, while at the same time are encouraged to relate the learning to their own school setting. Participants will be able to complete the workshop with a clear plan for their own individual next steps.

Following the training session there is an option for follow up one-to-one mentoring, to support participants implement their next steps. 

This programme responds to needs identified by our national focus group of school teachers (2020) in response to the pandemic; and builds on a pilot of this training delivered in partnership with The Mighty Creatives (2021) where 100% of participants said they benefited from the training and that the content and delivery was high quality.

“I loved my coaching session. It really opened up some of my barriers to progress”

The offer Includes:

– Two hour online live (via zoom) workshop training
– Plus the option of three follow up, one to one, mentoring sessions (via zoom)

Fees:     

– Training (only) £50 per person
– £500 for a private session (up to 12 people)
– Training plus one-to-one mentoring x 3 sessions £380 per person
– Mentoring (only) £125 per session

Next public training session:

– Wednesday 26 January 2022, 4.30-6.30pm
– Thursday 10 March 2022, 4.30-6.30pm

To find out more and/or to book a place:

Please email [email protected] including your name, name of school, email address and mobile telephone number and we will get back in touch.