The original film is 20 mins long and can be viewed on: YouTube – Coastal Erosion in Lyme Regis. However for different audiences we have made an 8 min version and a 5 minute version – the 5 min version is available below.
The Jurassic Coast Teaching Schools’ Alliance have been awarded a grant from the National College for Teaching and Leadership to conduct a Workload Challenge Research Project. The alliance will be looking to compare the collection and use of data by teachers and doctors with the aim of investigating whether some of the principles which underpin the medical profession’s approach can be helpfully applied to schools.
More details about the project and how to get involved will follow shortly but please do contact Laura Webb if you would like to know more.
The Jurassic Coast Teaching Schools’ Alliance annual conference – Learning Uncovered took place on Wednesday 26 April 2017 at Taunton Racecourse.
The event was attended by over 120 Head Teachers and members of their Senior Teams. The feedback from the conference has been excellent with all agreeing that the balance and speakers was perfect and we are looking forward to hosting the 2018 conference next year.
The Jurassic Coast Teaching schools Alliance are delighted to be part of the Future Teaching Scholars Programme, which is an exciting new and challenging route into teaching. It is a six-year, full-time programme which comprises:
three years of undergraduate study
one year in postgraduate employment-based teacher training
two further years employed as a maths or physics teacher
Throughout the programme, Future Teaching Scholars will have access to subject-specific and teacher development opportunities delivered by outstanding teaching schools, the central programme team and invited guests. During the six-year programme you will experience teaching in a wide variety of schools – including some which are more challenging. You will also participate in research projects and be able to access the Future Teaching Scholars network and web portal.