16 November 2021
16:00 - 18:30

How to achieve ISI defined Excellent Teaching (repeated from October 12th)

SATIPS is presenting a webinar on how to achieve ISI defined Excellent Teaching
  • Are you clear on what ISI Inspectors are looking for?
  • How do you support teachers making the transition from good and excellent?
  • Are all pupils engaged, making progress or inspired and challenged in lessons?
  • Can you demonstrate how teaching is making a difference in your school?
The answers to these questions are developed in full on this essential course for preparing for an ISI EQ Inspection. The course dispels misconceptions, clarifies the criteria and shares the theory and research behind the ISI approach. It sets out what excellent teaching looks like and how it can be identified and strengthened throughout the school.


Target Audience

Teachers of Year 3 and above would benefit from this course, but it is particularly suited to middle and senior leaders.

INSET Outline

  • The inspectors’ view: What are they looking for?
  • Progress, planning and feedback: The expectations and requirements.
  • What Excellent looks like: What makes a lesson excellent or outstanding?
  • Moving from Good to Excellent or outstanding in all lessons.
  • How teaching can make a difference.
COST (per delegate)

Online Booking Form

Please complete the following online booking form to book a place on this course. We will be in contact to arrange payment.

    Your Details
    Attendee Details
    School Details
    Additional Information
    Booking Option
    John Medlicott
    John Medlicott is the Director of JMC Education, having held a number of key academic and pastoral leadership roles in schools and colleges. As a teacher trainer and school improvement consultant he is regularly graded as “outstanding” by delegates on their evaluation forms. He has recently spoken on challenge and differentiation at a National Conference for Deputy Headteachers and is a regular Keynote speaker and workshop provider in School Leadership and Teaching and Learning.