To develop as a professional you should continue to seek out professional development opportunities to grow and learn as a teacher and to enrich the learning experience of your students
Building effective relationships is crucial in teaching whether with parents, carers and families, fellow teachers, middle and senior leaders as well as other organisations
Evidence Informed Practice
Encouraging an evidence informed approach to teaching allows for the introduction of new ideas and supports the reflection of existing ones
Wellbeing is an outcome not a process, but it is important to understand how you can help yourself achieve this. The right systems, routines and support can help improve your wellbeing.
Teaching is a practice not a science, and as such reflection plays an important role. You can reflect on the progress you have made, recognise strengths and development areas as well as identify next steps for further improvement
Developing effective work habits to help reduce workload allowing more time to focus on the most important aspects of teaching