Teach Together Conference: How to be a brilliant ...teacher

To be completed by: Wed 25 May 2016

Time: -Wed 25 May 2016 | Venue:

THE author of books about being a brilliant teacher is coming to Yorkshire to pass on tips to the newest members of the profession. Chris Henley, who is the co-writer of four books in the ‘Art of Being a Brilliant Teacher’ series, will be the guest speaker at a free conference for NQT and RQTs.

A veteran of 30,000 lessons in a three-decade teaching career, Henley recently retired from the classroom to concentrate on training and inspiring others in education.

He will headline the event which takes place on Wednesday 25 May between 4pm and 6.30pm at Bradford College’s Advanced Technology Centre on Great Horton Road in the city centre.

Among the topics Henley will cover are handling workload pressures, creating a positive classroom experience, delivering eye-catching lessons and marking and feedback.

The conference is free to attend and open to newcomers to the teaching profession from across the region.

Bradford College’s McMillan Faculty of Education is running the event in partnership with Hays Recruitment.  It follows a successful first event held back in February of this year.

Although the event is free, tickets need to be booked and with places limited, anyone interested is urged to order early to avoid disappointment. To register, visit our events booking website


Published: 10/05/2016
Audience: NQTs, RQTs, all school staff who have responsibility for ITE.
Contact: Jacqueline Vaughan

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