Key Points
  • Training - Creating a Sustainable and Highly Qualified Profession:Reviewing the current distribution of providers in ITT and how well they are placed in providing sustainable and the most highly qualified teachers across subjects, from both school-led and higher education institution-led routes.
  • Recruitment - Creating Pathways into the Profession and Improving the Image of Teaching: Practical insights from the education sector in driving recruitment across regions, subjects and phases and the dissemination of best practice from different voices in the field. The panel will also include a more detailed discussion on how to improve the image of teaching and how perceptions can be addressed through policy and the school context.
  • Retention - Stemming the Decline in the Teaching Workforce and Addressing Low Morale:As one of the most salient issues facing the education sector for the foreseeable future, we look at practical solutions that can be taken in the short-term to retain a talented workforce, from discussions on the workload challenge, CPD, well-being and job satisfaction.
Guest of Honour

Paul Cohen Director of Teacher Sufficiency, Department for Education

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Overview
With a growing feeling that the supply of teachers is facing more pressures than ever before, the need to implement strategies and school led approaches for the immediate future become all the more necessary. The platform will provide the opportunity to dissect the key components and channels that are vital ingredients in not only creating, but also sustaining a motivated and high-quality teaching workforce.

Following on from our popular 2016 forum on Initial Teacher Training (ITT), we will now take on the issue of recruitment and the retention of teachers, which continues to be a key challenge facing schools across the country today.

In the aftermath of the Education Committee’s inquiry into the Supply of teachers in 2015, the Committee published a pertinent report specifically on the theme of Recruitment and retention of teachers in February 2017. We dwell deeper into its practical implications and the pathways that lie ahead, from a variety of expert voices in the field, whether it be at the initial stages of training though to recruiting and retaining teachers.

Agenda
Start

08:30 - 09:00
Registration, Coffee and Networking

 

09:00 - 09:05
Chair's opening remarks

 

09:05 - 09:30
The Carter Review - its recommendations and the response - where we consider the sector to be today?

 
The progress made in providing a quality driven and effective initial teacher training route based on the Carter Review’s recommendations.    

The core content framework – what all initial teacher training providers need to have? 

T
eachers’ Standards and moral purpose given to the profession – the key determinants of long term success beyond initial teacher training?    

Embedding a culture of strong CPD early on and why school based mentors are important in teacher training than ever today.

Speakers

Stephen Munday Chief Executive of The Cam Academy Trust and the Executive Principal of Comberton Village College

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Sir Andrew Carter Chair, Carter Review of Initial Teacher Training and Headteacher, South Farnham School

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09:30 - 10:30
Initial Teacher Training - Experiences of different route providers and addressing challenges faced

 
The success of different provider routes in providing a sustainable and high-quality training route into the profession 

Addressing teacher shortages across subjects and phases

The current inconsistencies across the system and coordinating best practice across specific provision routes

The capacity for developing a central allocation system for the school-led route and addressing regional shortages in teachers  

Speakers

Emma Hollis Executive Director, National Association for School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT)

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James Noble-Rogers Executive Director, Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET)

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Dr Alex Standish Senior Lecturer in Geography Education and Secondary Geography PGCE Course Leader, UCL Institute of Education

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10:30 - 10:55
Keynote - Teacher Supply - Government strategy and priorities for recruitment and retention

 

Speakers

Paul Cohen Director of Teacher Sufficiency, Department for Education

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10:55 - 11:00
Chair's closing remarks

 

11:00 - 11:15
Refreshments and networking break

 

11:15 - 11:20
Chair's opening remarks

 

11:20 - 12:05
Recruitment - Creating successful pathways into the profession and improving the image of teaching

 
Attracting the best and brightest – giving the teaching profession the prestige it deserves  

Providing visible pathways to successful careers in teaching early on and developing a successful culture of CPD in schools, which is evident for all to see  

Best practice - recruitment and marketing drives at the school and national level 

Speakers

James Toop CEO, Ambition School Leadership

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Professor John Howson Chair of Oxford Teaching Services Ltd and Developer of TeachVac

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12:05 - 12:55
Retention - Stemming the decline in the teaching workforce and addressing low morale

 
Inspiring the Profession - The Chartered College of Teaching

Addressing workload concerns – the national appetite for creating a workload charter

Engaging teachers in the most effective way and embedding an organizational structure that facilitates teacher well-being, job satisfaction and career progression to middle leadership

Speakers

Mark Parrett Audit Manager, National Audit Office

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Sarah Lynch Senior Research Manager, National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER)

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Dame Alison Peacock Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching

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12:55 - 13:00
Chair's closing remarks

 

End

Speakers

Sir Andrew Carter Chair, Carter Review of Initial Teacher Training and Headteacher, South Farnham School

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Paul Cohen Director of Teacher Sufficiency, Department for Education

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Professor John Howson Chair of Oxford Teaching Services Ltd and Developer of TeachVac

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Sarah Lynch Senior Research Manager, National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER)

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Stephen Munday Chief Executive of The Cam Academy Trust and the Executive Principal of Comberton Village College

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James Noble-Rogers Executive Director, Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET)

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Mark Parrett Audit Manager, National Audit Office

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Dame Alison Peacock Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching

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Dr Alex Standish Senior Lecturer in Geography Education and Secondary Geography PGCE Course Leader, UCL Institute of Education

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James Toop CEO, Ambition School Leadership

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Emma Hollis Executive Director, National Association for School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT)

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Venue details

Central London


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