As 2018 gets underway, Maria Cunningham offers school leaders some new year’s resolutions to help you ensure that your staff’s CPD is effective and high-impact for the months ahead

January is the perfect time to take stock and reflect not just on your pupils’ progress and your teachers’ professional journeys, but also on your own on-going learning.

Now that you have hopefully had some downtime over the Christmas break and now that you understand your students’ and your staff’s needs much better than you did in September, how can you build on this in order to secure great outcomes by furthering your school’s CPD practice.

The Teacher Development Trust has suggested six small but powerful tweaks that you can adopt straight away in order to make 2018 your school’s best CPD year yet.

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