Teachers interested in participating in the programme will need to meet the following criteria:
A minimum of three years’ experience as a teacher
A current full member of the Chartered College (initial application may be made without membership, but if successful, membership will be required before starting the programme)
A practising teacher working with pupils up to 19 years of age.
In addition, in order to ensure that you are able to get the most of out of the programme, we ask that you agree to fulfil the expectations outlined above. You will need to have support from your headteacher or relevant member of SLT to apply and they will be asked to complete a reference at the beginning and end of the programme.
HOW TO APPLY
This programme has a flexible start between June and September 2020
Application window one: 6th February 2020 to 24th March 2020 NOW CLOSED Application window two: 4th May 2020 to 26th June 2020 OPEN
In order to apply to be part of the programme, we are adopting the Chartered College’s application procedures and you will need to complete an online application form. You will be asked to share some details about your current role and experience, provide the details of a referee who we will contact, and respond to the following essay question: Please write a piece of critical analysis that evaluates the impact that a change that you made to your teaching practice had on the children and/or young people that you teach. This should be focused explicitly on a change to your teaching practice and not a change that you may have led across your team/school. You will need to include responses to the following questions in your answer:
How did you ascertain which area of your practice you needed to improve?
What did you do in order to improve it?
How did you decide what change you should make?
How did you plan to evaluate the effectiveness of the change?
What impact did it have on outcomes of children and young people
How do you know what impact it had?
Option A The cost of the programme is £990 This can be paid in two instalments of £495 due prior to the start of your course June 2020 and September 2020
Additional Kingsbridge Research School Programmes Additional Kingsbridge Research School courses can be selected at £100 per course, up to a maximum of three. This is a significant discount as a typical three day KRS course can cost in the region of £300 for a secondary school. Payment for this part of the programme will be due at the time of booking individual KRS courses. The KRS offer is updated throughout the year.