Nominations have now closed and the Teach Portsmouth Awards are fast approaching. As we continue our countdown we're pleased to introduce our sponsors who have helped make this year's event possible.In this article you'll find out what the Teach Portsmouth Awards mean to the University of Portsmouth, sponsor of this year's partnership award.
With the closing date for nominations to the Teach Portsmouth Award's event firmly in sight, we are continuing to introduce the sponsors who have made this event possible.
In this week's article, find out what the awards mean to The Thinking Schools Academy Trust (TSAT) who are this year's sponsor of the creativity award.
We're continuing the countdown to the Teach Portsmouth Awards with our series of articles introducing the sponsors who have made this year's event possible.
This week we discover what the awards mean to BAE Systems, this year's sponsor of the outstanding contribution award.
In this series of articles, we are introducing our amazing sponsors who have made the anticipated Teach Portsmouth Awards event possible.
Find out what Kier, this year's sponsor of the community and collaboration award, told us about what the Teach Portsmouth Awards mean to them.
The countdown to the Teach Portsmouth Awards Live event has started!
In this article Caterlink, this year's sponsor of the inclusion and diversity award, tell us what the awards mean to them.
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As part of our Teach Portsmouth Awards Live campaign, we're introducing readers to our fantastic sponsors who have made this year's event possible. Our first sponsor, the National Education Union (NEU), tell us what the awards mean to them as sponsor of the long service award.
With senior leaders now nominating their colleagues as part of the Teach Portsmouth Awards, we're pleased to introduce an all-new category: the people's choice award. For the first time, local residents will be able to nominate a Portsmouth-based teacher, support team or leader who have gone above and beyond during the pandemic.
The Teach Portsmouth team can't wait to celebrate Portsmouth's star teachers, support teams and leaders at this year's awards. We continually review the evolving situation COVID-19 presents and wanted to update readers on our plans moving forwards.
When considering a career in teaching, you might have questions about progressing in the role. We spoke to Debbie Anderson, head of school improvement and early years at Portsmouth City Council who will be hosting our upcoming webinar on career progression. Debbie was a head teacher in the city for over 20 years. In her interview, she provides information on her own teaching journey into senior management.
As a qualified teacher, you might be considering what to do next. Do I look at opportunities within my subject area? Or look to progress on to a senior leadership role?
We've put together some information that might help you make a decision.
After the success of Teach Portsmouth's first two webinars, the series returns with career progression in teaching on Wednesday 26 May from 4pm to 5pm. The webinar series aims to inspire those interested in teaching to learn more about what opportunities are available in the city.
Being invited to attend an interview is an exciting next step on your journey towards becoming a teacher. However, as the excitement begins to subside, thoughts soon turn to the practicalities of attending an interview and how you should prepare for it.
We spoke to Portsmouth City Council's careers and progression team to learn about practical techniques to ace your first interview.
Teachers don't stop learning when they qualify - there are opportunities for teachers to continue their professional development through a range of opportunities.
Read about continuing professional development in Portsmouth and how you can take your teaching career to the next level.
We're pleased to bring you this month's latest teaching vacancies from the Portsmouth City Council website. In an ongoing series of monthly posts, we tell you about the latest teaching jobs in Portsmouth including leadership, learning support and other jobs related to the profession.
The early career framework (ECF) by the Department for Education will see early-career teachers undergoing statutory induction, entitling them to a two year training and support package when the programme launches nationwide in September. The changes will help early-career teachers succeed from the very beginning of their teaching career.
If you've been considering a switch to the profession, our latest webinar: changing career to teaching might be for you. We welcomed 26 people on Wednesday 27 January as they heard from two teachers about their move from engineering and public service to teaching.
After November's webinar on routes into teaching, Teach Portsmouth return with changing career to teaching, an online event aimed at those working in industry and considering a switch to the profession. The webinar will take place on Wednesday 27 January from 4pm - 5pm.
With many events now online, we're pleased to report that our first webinar, Teach Portsmouth presents routes into teaching on Wednesday 4 November welcomed 16 future teachers to learn more about a schools direct and university based route into the profession.
With the end of the year now in sight, we're taking some time out to look back on teaching in Portsmouth during 2020.
We caught up with Councillor Suzy Horton, Cabinet Member for Children, Families and Education at Portsmouth City Council as she shares her thoughts on teaching in the city over the past year.