They say ‘every day’s a school day’, and never has that been more profound! For parents in 2021 every day has been just that. Sara Paine, Headteacher of Meon Juniors shares how her school are thriving with live and remote learning.
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Portsmouth City Council in partnership with Unloc is launching a campaign to find the city’s next member of youth parliament to work with local leaders on key issues as well being part of meetings with youth MPs from across the country.
The Teach Portsmouth team want to update colleagues about the awards and changes to key dates. This year’s virtual awards ceremony will now take place on Thursday 8 July 2021.
Year six pupils and their teacher at Langstone Junior Academy have received recognition for a project in which they linked up with pupils in Italy and shared their lockdown experiences. Class teacher and MFL lead, Lyndsey Knight explains: I joined an international project that was set up by a teacher in Italy where the worst […]
Teach Portsmouth’s next webinar focusing on changing career to teaching will take place on Wednesday 27 January from 4pm – 5pm.
We’re pleased to introduce the brand new Teach Portsmouth Awards Live, a new digital awards ceremony for Portsmouth’s teachers, support teams and leaders on Thursday 11 March 2021.
Portsmouth City Council’s first online Portsmouth Inclusion Conference was held on 22 October, celebrating the continued commitment by Portsmouth schools to high quality support for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Teach Portsmouth is hosting a special webinar for anyone interested in becoming a teacher to learn more about the profession.
‘Routes into teaching’ will be held on Wednesday 4 November from 4-5pm and will look at the different pathways into teaching.
A new resource designed to inspire future teachers has launched, aimed at those considering their career options. With many people working from home and looking after children due to school closures, the Teach Portsmouth news hub provides the information needed to start a career as a teacher regardless of industry or background.
Senior school leaders have been invited to a brand new conference in the city to reduce teacher workload and improve retention rates.
Held at the University of Portsmouth on Thursday 5 March, delegates were inspired by real life case studies presented by Ofsted’s national director of education, Sean Harford. Senior leaders also offered their experience on workload reduction strategies.