NQT Research and Development Conference

NQT Research and Development Conference 2015-16

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NQTs in action

Many of our NQTs have participated in Southwark's brand new and innovative research and development programme. Throughout the year the NQTs have been engaged in small scale action research. At the beginning of the year (2015) the NQT, in collaboration with their mentor chose an area on their action plan to track and monitor throughout the year. Throughout the year the NQT in collaboration with their induction tutors, school based tutors and workshop leaders have been engaged in dialogue around:

1)how their understanding of their focus area has changed and developed over the year

2)why those changes may have occurred

3)how this has impacted on the pupils/children that they teach.

The research projects were presented at Southwark’s NQT Research and Development Conference, which was opened by Southwark's Mayor and Nina Dohel Director of Education.    

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My final day at @lb_southwark as an NQT. A very busy year! @SNSPrimary @SarahHeadofSch @SNSzohra

The NQTs presented to their peers, assistants heads, deputy heads, advisers, consultants and school based staff.  The presentations were thoughtful, reflective and were of an extremely high calibre. The chairperson of each group and the NQT panel wished to congratulate all of the NQTs. Several NQT presentations were exceptional and when triangulated with the final reports really needed to be acknowledged and those NQTs have been identified below. We have also written to the NQTs and the headteacher’s of the school to acknowledge their NQTS outstanding progress throughout the year.  

Southwark would very much like to invite those NQTs to contribute to the NQT programme in 2016/2017. We will be celebrate the award winners work by featuring the presentations in more depth on the Southwark Schools’ website https://www.schools.southwark.gov.uk/. Secondly,  the award winners have been invited to present at the NQT sessions in 2016/2017.

 

Southwark are very proud of their NQTs and their achievements! Many thanks for a wonderful day and congratulations to all of the NQTs involved. The presentations were thoughtful and reflective.

 

Chair Persons

Many thanks to the chairs who supported the session, it was a wonderful representative of advisers, senior leaders from school and consultants.

Denise South

(EYFS Consultant)

Jane Beaumont

(CPD Operational Manager)

Bernadette Oats

(Senior Adviser)

Lee Souter

(PSHE Adviser)

Sue Rogers

(EYFS Consultant)

Nicola Metcalfe

(Charlotte Sharman)

Ian Morris

(Senior Adviser)

Jemima Rhys-Evans

(Charles Dickens)

Georgia Pritchard

(EYFS Adviser)

Cara Cahill

(NQT Adviser)

When the challenges come, I hope you remember that anchored deep within you is the ability to learn and grow. You are not born with a fixed amount of resilience. Like a muscle, you can build it up, draw on it when you need it.

In that process you will figure out who are really are - any just might become the very best version of yourself

Research Titles  

Reanna Keer-Keer

Developing my teaching of Reading  (Linked to TS4)

 

James Isaacs

Magic Dust

JI

 

Richard Crawley

Maintaining High Expectations in the Classroom (Linked to TS1)

RC2016

 

Magdalena Tumanowicz

Classroom Environment

MT2016

 

Becky Evans

The Importance of Working with Parents

BE2016

 

William Cannock

Remembering Children are Children

 

Luke Hyland

Creating an Autism Friendly Classroom

lh2016nqt

 

Fionnuala Chantrey

Raising the Attainment of  Boys Writing

fc2016nqt

 

Lucy Downer

Maths Mastery

LD2016nqt

 

Jennifer Armstrong

Integrating Children with Additional Needs to the Classroom.

JA2016nqt

 

Leyla Djuma

How Building a Relationship with my Class has Impacted Behaviour Management after Previously being a TA

JA2016nqt

 

Gabrielle Spears

To Make Accurate and Productive use of Assessment (Linked to TS 6)

GS2016NQT

 

Chloe Earle

Growth Mindset : Using Mistakes to Our Advantage

CE2016NQT

 

Thomas Edge

How my Experience as an NQT has influenced Classroom Behaviour Management

TE2016NQT

 

Chris Chapman

How EYFS Techniques can help to improve Pupil Engagement in an SEN Setting

CC2016NQT

 

Pamela Chindipha

Supporting EBD Pupils in a Mainstream Setting

 

Emily Reardon

*AWARD WINNER*

Parents as Partners.

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Award Winner

 

Eve Whistler1

Planning in the Moment—Moving from Adult Led to Child Led Learning.

EWNqt2016
Commendation Award

 

Karen Bates

*AWARD WINNER*

Working Collaboratively for Teachers and Learners

KBNQT2016
Award Winner

 

Helen Higgins

Reflection on Behaviour Management.

HHNQT2016

 

Rhiannon Bull

Differentiation for Children with Sensory Processing Difficulties

RBNQT2016

 

Phoebe Cavell1

Managing Behaviour to Ensure a Safe Working Environment in a Year 1 Classroom.

PCNQT2016
Commendation Award

 

Ismail Ali

IT in the Early Years Switched on or Switched off

IANQT2016

 

Lucinda Gower

 Insistent, Persistent & Consistent

lgNQT2016

 

Amy Shields

Setting High Expectations Which Inspire, Motivate and Challenge Pupils (Linked to TS1).

lgNQT2016

 

Nicholas Cannon

*AWARD WINNER*

Maths Mastery—My Journey.

ncNQT2016
Award Winner

 

Emily Hogg

Creating an Effective Relationship with other Adults in the Classroom

ehNQT2016

 

Peta-Leigh Dakyns

Effective Marking and feedback in the Early Years : A Mindset Approach.

plNQT2016

 

Johanne Tripp

To Adapt Teaching to respond to the Strength and Needs of all Pupils. (Linked to TS5).

JTNQT2016

 

Carmen Samuel-Agyei

Every Chid is  Different—Adapting Teaching/Learning to Meet the Needs of all Children.

CSNQT2016

 

Matilda Narety

*Award Winner*

The Impact of TRG (Teacher Research Group) on Teaching Mastery in Maths.

MNNQT2016
Award Winner

 

Victoria Perry

How to Support and differentiate  with Profound ASD Within the Mainstream Classroom.

vpNQT2016

 

Tina Shand

Observation, Assessment and Planning in EYFS.

vpNQT2016

 

Kevin Dearing

*AWARD WINNER*

Why Children Should Read for Pleasure.

KDNQT2016
Award Winner

 

Christy Cole

Stretching Gifted and Talented Children in Maths Through Developing Mastery.

CCNQT2016

 

Evelyn Bibbon

Inspiring Writing

ebNQT2016

 

Evie Littlechild

ASD in the Mainstream Classroom

ELNQT2016

 

Raphaella Jalloh1

Assessing Without Levels in Maths.

PJNQT2016

 

Katherine Hart

Reflections on Delivering High Quality Music Lessons Within the Primary Curriculum.

KHNQT2016

 

Hannah Cummings

Working with Adults Effectively

KHNQT2016

 

Ruby Greasby

*AWARD WINNER*

Creating a Stimulating EYFS Learning Environment

RGNQT2016
Award Winner

 

Lil Jayawardhana

The Impact of Class Dojo

ljNQT2016

 

Tamara St Lewis

Classroom Transitions and Learning.

ljNQT2016

 

Lucy Goodman

Positive Reinforcement and the Impact on Behaviour.

ljNQT2016

 

Kerry Sampson

*AWARD WINNER*

The Impact that an accessible and Stimulating Classroom Envrionment has on Learning.

ljNQT2016
AWARD WINNER

 

Katayana Pierre Louis

Fulfilling Wider Professional Responsibilities (Linked to Standard 8).

ljNQT2016

 

Emily Hogg

Creating an Effective Relationship with other Adults in the Classroom.

ehNQT2016

 

Andrew Kershaw1

What Does Inclusion Meant to Me?

nqt2016

 

Kelley Hassan

*AWARD WINNER*

Working Wallpaper—an Effective Tool for the Learning Environment.

 

Ghislaine Mann

Case Study of my Journey with Personalised learning and Behaviour Management Strategies.

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Fiona Trevitt

Inclusion in the Classroom

nqt2016

 

Claire Turnell

Developing an Environment for Challenge and Self Regulation from a Growth Mindset Perspective

nqt2016

 

Josh Rutledge

Developing the Learning Environment to Maximise Learning.

nqt2016

 

Paul Miller

*AWARD WINNER*

The Effect of the Classroom Environment on Pupil Progress.

 

Kylie O'Connor

Working Walls; Learning Tool or Wallpaper.

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Alexandra Hail

Working with parents and Encouraging Children’s Self Esteem.

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