Last academic year the teaching staff at Albany worked with Cardiff University on a professional learning project. The aim of the teaching programme was to help teaching staff at Albany Primary School to have reflective conversations in a safe supportive professional learning and educative mentoring context. The programme was designed in collaboration with the University to build a culture of professional learning through educative mentoring, as well as to encourage a culture of continued reflection on classroom practice and learner experience. Teachers also used research to consider and develop teaching and learning in the school. The project has been very successful and we are continuing to use the mentoring skills and research as key parts of this year’s Professional development.
See more in this YouTube video.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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