Carla Price from Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich on the NIoT

I should have a good understanding of how teaching qualifications are best designed and delivered as I am both a facilitator and a participant.  What I have seen most clearly, from both sides of the fence, is the power of programmes that are school-led, as will be the case with the National Institute of Teaching […]

Job Role: Research Manager

The role (up to two positions available) The National Institute of Teaching’s Research Managers work to ensure that the Institute generates high-quality evidence about teacher development that can be used to improve outcomes across the English education system. Research managers might lead projects investigating topics such as how to support mentors effectively and how to […]

Tristan Kirkpatrick on the National Institute of Teaching

One of the great strengths of how the new National Institute of Teaching (NIoT) is set up is its range of partnerships – from the four founding academy trusts to the numerous Associate Colleges and then the specialist partners. This will allow for scale at a national level with all corners of the country reached, […]

Why The National Institute Of Teaching Is Needed  

What teachers and leaders need is a system of teacher development that is evidence-informed and evidence-led. This means we can break the cycle of silver bullets, fads and short-term initiatives in favour of long-lasting improvements in schools that lead to improved pupil outcomes, especially for our most disadvantaged pupils. With the National Institute of Teaching (NIoT), teacher development […]

Helen Arya on the National Institute of Teaching

The National Institute of Teaching represents a dynamic and new approach – but one that the system has been working towards for years. The potential of what this can achieve – for teachers and therefore for children and young people – is what really excites me.   We have been talking for many years about the […]