Professional development courses for teachers
The Inspiration Teaching School Alliance offers a broad range of continuing professional development courses for teachers and school leaders, including leadership training under the National Professional Qualifications banner.
Our courses are led by some of the country's leading educational thinkers, bringing fresh perspectives to East Anglia.
We aim to make our courses as accessible as possible and offer substantial discounts for schools in Norfolk and north Suffolk. Our alliance partners receive priority booking and further discounts on places for their staff.
About our professional development courses for teachers
Our courses are led by some of the best-known and well-regarded education thinkers from around the UK together with the alliance's own locally-based experts.
Courses generally run in the late afternoon, fitting into twilight CPD slots and offering flexibility for teachers and leaders to attend with minimal disruption to school duties.
Most courses are held at the Inspiration Curriculum Centre, 256 Hall Road, Norwich, NR1 2PW. Free car parking is available on site; please note access is from Hall Road and not from the main Hewett Academy entrance. We do occasionally other locations around the region and beyond, so please check the course page for details.
If you have any questions about our courses, please contact email@example.com or call 01603 733447.
Upcoming professional development courses
Summer term 2019
|June 29, 2019||
English and knowledge: a curriculum symposium
|Summer Turner, Claire Heald, Matthew Carnaby, Lia Martin, Elisabeth Bowling, Claire Stoneman, Bennie Kara, and others||Norwich|
|July 1, 2019||Summer Turner||Norwich|
|July 4, 2019||The role of subject-based communities of practice in improving subject teaching in secondary schools||Michael Fordham||Norwich|
|July 8, 2019||What does teaching and learning look like in a ‘knowledge-rich’ primary lesson?||Sarah Buckley and Dr Richard Kueh||Willingham, Cambs|
|July 11, 2019||The crucial role of RE in the knowledge-rich curriculum||Dr Richard Kueh||Norwich|
|July 11, 2019||Stepping up to middle leadership (secondary)||Summer Turner||Norwich|
|July 15, 2019||Teaching literature in primary English||Tarjinder Gill and Sophie Macdonald||Norwich|
Booking and discounts
Places can be booked online via our ticketing partner Eventbrite. Click the course name in the listings above for full details, pricing, and to book instantly.
We keep course prices as low as possible, with a 50% discount for schools in Norfolk and north Suffolk for our courses in East Anglia, and a priority rate for Inspiration Teaching School Alliance members.
Discounted rates are also available for trainee teachers - please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Discounted rates do not apply for 'English and knowledge: a curriculum symposium'. Tickets for this conference are £35 per person. See Eventbrite listing for full details and list of speakers.
If you can't make a course you've booked, we are happy for a colleague to attend instead; please just let us know their name. If you do have to cancel, we will refund the course cost minus a £25 administration fee as long as we are notified more than 14 days before the course date; cancellations closer to the course are not eligible for any refund.