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ECT Programme

We follow the Educational Development Trust’s Early Career Professional Development Programme to support our Early Career Teachers in their first two years as a qualified teacher. This programme has been designed to bring about lasting change in teachers’ understanding and practice. The programme takes a recurring weekly approach to study and coaching, so teachers and the mentors supporting them can get into powerful routines for improvement.

Each week includes:

  • Concise, accessible summaries of the evidence, with optional further reading, so teachers can gain understanding quickly.
  • Short videos of experts talking through the most important insights, and showing what they look like in practice.
  • Mentor sessions that link closely with the summaries and videos, and provide support so they can conduct effective instructional coaching.

We are deeply passionate about helping teachers to keep getting better, using the best and latest evidence of what works.

For more information about the programme click here.


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