What our schools say

The Teacher Development Trust Network (formerly known as NTEN) is growing fast, with new schools joining every week. Read what members say about the CPD Audit, their examples of Lesson Study and why they would highly recommend NTEN to another school.

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Click here to read Robert Ferguson Primary School’s case study

Graham Frost (Head Teacher) and his team explain what they learned from each other in their NTEN Lesson Study, and how they helped Year 1 children grow in confidence in speaking and listening

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Click here to read Blatchington Mill School’s case study

Ashley Harrold (Head) and Sue Pinnick (CPD Lead) share how the NTEN CPD audit changed their school’s INSET evaluation, and the exciting opportunities they have had through the network.

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Click here to read King Edward VI Grammar School’s case study

Tom Sherrington (former-Head) and Mark Perrott (Deputy Head) on hosting an NTEN conference and recommending the network to the Secretary of State.

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Click here to read Sidney Stringer Academy’s case study

Nico de Groot (Assistant Principal, Research and Development) shares his experience of cross-curricular Lesson Study and how he has been inspired by other NTEN members.

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Click here to read Meols Cop High School’s case study

Read what David Jones (Deputy Head) thinks about the NTEN peer audit and the growing popularity of Lesson Study with his teachers.

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Click here to read Wellington College case study

As a Teaching School, find out why Wellington College chose NTEN and how they based their Lesson Study on student need.

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