Training for Teachers (CPD)

We are offering a wide range of short workshops and half a day or day long programmes for teachers’ development.

Art Teacher Training

Time Management for Teachers

Filmmaking staff focus days

Behaviour Management

Connecting With Students

New Innovation topics to watch out for

Stress Management

Teacher Pathways Programme

School staff Pathways Programme

Photoshop Exploration

Photoshop Integration

Photoshop Master class

Outline for school teachers to deliver

Imbedded qualities for programmes

Topic Days

Themed weeks

Flagship Package


Professional Development

The best educators are those who constantly strive to improve themselves and their practices.

With a focus on scientific and visual arts cross curricular integration, you will be supported in developing children’s independence and confidence as they ask and answer their own questions. You will learn how to embed ongoing formative assessment within practical lessons. Our professional development for teachers will give members of staff lots of practical and innovative ideas to plan for engaging and manageable practical lessons.

To ensure teacher and student success, Imaging Partnership Education offers online courses and in-person training for our programmes, giving our teachers a deep knowledge of effective implementation strategies and instructional practices.

These courses will help you to plan for progression in working scientifically from Reception to Year 6, leaving with a range of resources and activities to implement in your school.

We build our solutions on five principles of effective teacher professional learning:

  • Content-specific learning
  • Active engagement
  • Teaching models
  • Collaborative learning
  • Practical application

You will be able to:

  • develop practical and enquiry driven science, maths and creativity in the primary classroom
  • enable children to use a variety of approaches to answer relevant scientific questions
  • develop strategies for ensuring progression, differentiation and assessment of practical science