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Strategy for the professional development of the children's workforce in schools 2009-12

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Training and Development Agency for Schools
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untitled Please note A new UK Government took office on 11 May 2010. As a result the content of this publication may not reflect current Government policy and is subject to change. Strategy for the professional development of the children’s workforce in schools 2009-2012 was last updated in October 2009. It reflects our strategy relating to Government policy relevant at the time. A number of subsequent changes have taken place since. For more up-to-date information on the Training and Development Agency for Schools’ (TDA’s) remit and strategy, please visit our website at www.tda.gov.uk Strategy for the professional development of the children’s workforce in schools 2009–12 Foreword by the Chief Executive | 3 Foreword 4 Section one: the challenge 6 Section two: vision and principles for effective professional development 8 Section three: priorities and actions 12 - Priority one: embed a learning culture 16 - Priority two: increase coherence and collaboration 22 - Priority three: improve quality and capacity 28 Section four: monitoring and evaluation 34 Appendix A: working in partnership 35 Appendix B: sources 42 Appendix C: glossary 43 Contents Strategy for the professional development of the children’s workforce in schools 2009–12 “ I am delighted to introduce our three-year strategy for the professional development of the children’s workforce in schools. It proposes a coherent approach to improve practice and ensure maximum impact on outcomes for children and young people.” Strategy for the professional development of the children’s workforce in schools 2009–124 | Foreword 1. The strategy applies to all staff employed by a headteacher to work in their school, or staff employed by a LA to work in schools. Headteachers may also wish to consider the strategy’s relevance to other professionals who work in schools but are employed by third parties. As the sector body responsible for the c

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