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    Why Oxford Brookes?

    Supporting and developing Newly Qualified Teachers in their first years of teaching is hugely important. Our new, enhanced Primary NQT Training Programme aims to provide beginner teachers with the additional knowledge, confidence and support they need to progress successfully through their introductory stage of teaching.

    Following the success of 2018 NQT programme, Oxford Brookes is delighted to be hosting two new programmes from September 2019. Run in partnership with the Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance (OTSA) each session will be research-informed, providing teachers with access to a network of educational researchers. Developed and delivered by lecturers from within the Oxford Brookes community allows NQTs access to the academic expertise, knowledge and experience developed from within the University.

    NQT programme content

    This programme helps develop teacher expertise in English, Science and Maths, and we are proud to be recognised by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics.

    This year, with the inclusion of subjects such as art, drama and music into the programme, we will also nurture the passion and confidence of teachers to develop across a wider breadth of subjects.

    We are very pleased to be able to offer each NQT membership and access to the Chartered College of Teaching, which is included in the cost of our programme. Our Newly Qualified Teachers get automatic, free access to the Chartered College’s excellent range of online communities, forums, events and conferences. This provides another way to share and discuss best practice.

    Download the NQT Training programme 19-20 timetable

    Programme Structure

    Each programme consists of 10 half day interactive face to face sessions, held at Harcourt Hill Campus, Oxford. Starting in September 2019 and continuing through until June 2020, the NQT programme will be held on a Thursday afternoon and the ECF programme on a Wednesday afternoon (unless otherwise noted). Both programmes also include online content and a forum that can be accessed at any time between sessions.

    Session titles include:

    • Creating learning focused classrooms
    • Planning, assessment and feedback
    • English and Children’s Literature
    • SEND
    • Maths
    • Effective Science Teaching
    • Art
    • Music
    • Drama
    • Computing and Technology Enhanced Learning (ECT programme only)
    • Professional Skills

    Certificates will be provided to all delegates who complete a minimum of seven out of the ten sessions within the programme.


    NQT Programme

    • £400 per individual (OTSA registered school)
    • £450 per individual (non-OTSA school)

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