Learning

Tapestry Club and End of Year English Hub Event

English Hub members: come and join us for the opportunity to read and discuss a 'tapestry' of texts related by theme and genre.  Inspired by Bob Cox's Link Texts, and the Let's Think principle of 'bridging' we look forward to some lively, stimulating conversation!  For our first meeting Leah and Penny will share their text choices but we will love your suggestions for future Tapestry Club meetings. Read more »

Mathematics Learning Hub

The ETC Mathematics Hub (Pilot Year)  – New for Autumn 2018. Initially developed from a core of secondary and primary SLEs for mathematics and local leaders of mathematics, our Hub extends its remit across the full EYFS framework through to post GCSE. Read more »

Let's Think in English KS2

The Let's Think in English programme, developed at King' s College London, is an approach to teaching that successfully develops the quality and depth of thinking in the classroom through talk. Read more »

Developing English Expertise

A professional development programme for qualified teachers in the primary or secondary phase either teaching or preparing to teach English at KS3 and 4. Read more »

Future Change Makers

Future Change Makers is appropriate for experienced senior leaders and colleagues aspiring to the next level of leadership, including headship. Designed by Professor John West Burnham in partnership with Carolyn Hughan (ETC Director) and experienced headteachers, Read more »

A2L - Aspiring to Leadership

This is a successful programme for classroom teachers wishing to take on a leadership role or for teachers in the early phase of leadership. This programme is unique to ETC Alliance and builds on several years' experience of delivering MLDP. Read more »

Genius Coaching

A one day workshop to extend your coaching skills and boost your success as a leader and teacher. Read more »

Teaching Teachers: facilitation matters

Does the quality of staff learning match the quality of learning classroom? Are you interested in energising and engaging staff in their own learning to raise the quality of teaching and learning? Read more »