Our students aren’t the only learners at Ivanhoe though! Excellent teaching goes hand in hand with excellent staff development, we are very committed to this at Ivanhoe, as we support everyone on their ‘Journey to Excellence’.
We rigorously monitor the quality of teaching at Ivanhoe to ensure the excellent quality for learning is maintained. We provide a programme of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for all teachers.
Our approach to CPD is based upon respecting and valuing all members of staff and the contribution they make to the school. The college’s two CPD Leaders work collaboratively with line managers, subject leaders, senior leaders and expert teachers through Professional Learning Communities and subject-related CPD, to enable staff to cope with the challenges of innovation and change.
All teachers at all stages of their career strive to improve their practice. We have an ethos of collaborative learning at Ivanhoe; it is common practice to share our experiences, teaching practices and support. We have an open door policy where colleagues visit one another's classrooms regularly.
Enhancement of students’ learning and wellbeing is central to Ivanhoe’s CPD programme. Through its commitment to improving standards and the quality of teaching and learning and leadership, the college strives at all times to create a deliberate and continuous process of CPD.
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