The Hub will signpost and facilitate a broad range of Continuing Professional Development across the region. Our strong partnerships with Curriculum Hubs, Research Schools, EdTech Demonstrators and the DfE will ensure all schools can access the most appropriate evidence-driven national offers. We will also work with regional partners to identify and create bespoke solutions, in response to specific local needs. All of our courses go through a robust level of quality assurance to ensure the evidence base is strong and that real-term impact can be made on your students’ progress in a sustainable and collaborative way.


Belonging and Behaviour Leadership Course

We’re delighted to announce our brand new Belonging and Behaviour Leadership Course for 2024/25. This course aims to support you in identifying clear strategies to increase the level of belonging in your school leading to better behaviour and an improved level of community cohesion.


Regional CPD Offer

Curriculum Hubs Offer

CPD Design Principles

Through our strong partnerships across the Teaching School Hub region, we aim to support you with high-quality evidence-informed professional development. Whether we are working with you on the Early Career Framework, National Professional Qualifications, Continuing Professional Development or Initial Teacher Training, all of our training and development is designed with our underpinning principles in mind.


Emma-Jane Birley
Teaching School Hub
CPD Lead

“We are committed to raising the life chances and educational outcomes of all young people in the region. We are excited to be able to collaborate with our partners to deliver a range of evidence-informed professional development programmes. All of our programmes are designed to suit your school context and local needs. We will encourage you to think critically about any relevant evidence, set goals, put strategies in place to improve your practice, and be able to evaluate the impact that this has on your students. We will also support you in looking at how this can be sustainable over time and contribute to reducing your workload. Only by unlocking all that we as educators are capable of, will we truly transform the lives of our young people.”