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Staff Head to 2nd Annual Professional Development Program at MIT

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Next week, Mr. Hinde, Mrs. Scholes, and Mr. Collins will travel to MIT in Cambridge to take part in the 2nd annual NAEMIT Professional Development program. As part of our unique collaboration, the PD joins the educational visit for year 6 students and the support for challenges and projects across the year provided by MIT.

Opportunities for development will be looking at how we assess the impact the collaboration will have on pupils as we move from the pilot year. We’ll also have an opportunity to explore the challenges set for next year, and (perhaps the most valuable aspect of the week) the chance to work with colleagues from across Nord Anglia. Collaboration goes beyond working with MIT and extends to the sharing of good practice. Like the children who went in April, we can’t wait!

 

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