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The Pyghtle 

Wellingborough,
Northamptonshire 

NN8 4RP

Telephone: 01933 226077
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Get involved with our local events, write for our Research Hub or contribute to our CPD Hub. Share your views about pedagogy and practice or write about your experiences as a teacher or leader. The choice is yours! 

Criteria for Submission 

There are a few different ways that you can contribute to The HTSA Hub: 

Writing a think piece for our 'At The Chalkface' feature

This is a piece about your experiences in your subject area or a particular key stage that you would like to share with a wider audience. Typically these pieces should be between 500-1,000 words in total. 

Writing a review of a book or journal article 

This explores important literature that you think other teachers would benefit from understanding. This can be approximately 700 words long; outlining what the piece is about, how it has impacted your practice and why you would recommend it. 

Writing a piece of action research 

This is a piece of research that has been undertaken in your classroom, exploring a particular area of teaching and learning within the BERA Ethical Guidelines for research. This will be an extended piece between 2,000-3,000 words on your chosen area of investigation.

Share your Continued Professional Development (CPD) 

If you have delivered a piece of CPD that you would like to share with the wider educational community, then this can be shared as a video, think piece or PowerPoint presentation for others within the Alliance to use and share. 

All submissions will be peer reviewed . 

Meet the Review Team

Claire Bishop 

Claire is a Senior Assistant Principal at Sir Christopher Hatton Academy responsible for Teaching and Innovation as well as being Teaching School Lead for the Hatton Teaching School Alliance. She has completed an MA in Educational Leadership and Management and loves teaching history, politics and classical civilisations. 

Keren Gunn

Keren is a Senior Assistant Principal at Sir Christopher Hatton Academy, responsible for Personal and Social Education; SMSC and Citizenship. She  has been an enthusiastic teacher of English for over twenty-five years and still enjoys the daily variety that classroom teaching brings. 

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Hatton Teaching School Alliance

The Pyghtle, Wellingborough,
Northamptonshire, NN8 4RP

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If you have any questions before submitting 

01933 226077