JUNE 20 @ 16:00-17:30PM £15



The Hatton Teaching School Alliance A Level Maths Network is aimed at both new and experienced A level Maths teachers. The sessions are hosted by Beverly Dutt, an experienced Maths Teacher at Sir Christopher Hatton Academy who has successfully improved and sustained the attainment level of A level Maths in the school, which uses the Edexcel syllabus.

The network aims to be a collaborative and supportive way for teachers to be able improve the quality of learning and teaching across all participating schools. They are an opportunity to share best practice, learn from guest speakers, ask for support and advice on any area of the A level syllabus and help to develop subject knowledge. The meetings take place in Hatton Teaching School Alliance’s dedicated training centre

A Level Maths Network

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To book, please contact or call 01933 226077 for any queries

There is a palpable change in the education system as we move towards becoming a more research focused profession. This move has been at the forefront of government, the Chartered College of Teaching and schools themselves. This twilight session aims to address and discuss topics with colleagues in a supportive and friendly environment

Join us at our Chartered College of Teaching Regional Hub Event:

Teacher Voted Topic – Details to Be Announced Soon!

CCT – Teacher Voted Topic; Details To Be Announced!

JUNE 2019

June 25 @ 15:15-17:30PM FREE


JUNE 25 @ 15:15-17:00pm FREE


Register Your Interest Here:

To book, please contact or call 01933 226077 for any queries


Girls Physics Challenge – Institute of Physics

Teams from participating schools are invited to attend this one day Challenge – funded by the Stimulating Physics Network and with free Gender CPD for accompanying teachers.

The sessions are hosted at Sir Christopher Hatton Academy by facilitators from both Sir Christopher Hatton Academy and the Institute of Physics with practical sessions for the pupils and prizes. The aim is to increase the uptake of girls studying physics after GCSE level and provide staff with information that can contribute to an uptake of girls studying physics in their school.

June 27 @ 9:00 am - 2:30 pm FREE


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