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TEEP events

TEEP Open Days
This is your chance to experience the impact of TEEP in a school where the programme has had great success. It’s an ideal opportunity to decide if TEEP is the right option for your school. You will have the opportunity to experience the impact of TEEP in person, meet TEEP trainers, talk to the senior leadership team, observe some TEEPed lessons and discover exactly how the school has embedded TEEP.


Upcoming TEEP Open Days

Event Date Time Location
TEEP Open Day – Kingsford Community School 20 March 2019 8:45 – 11.00 London
TEEP Open Day – Story Wood School 21 March 2019 9:00 – 12.00 Birmingham
TEEP Open Day – West Park Primary 3 April 2019 9:00 – 12:00 Darlington
TEEP Open Day – Ysgol Aberconwy 26 June 2019 9:00 – 12.00 Conwy
The majority of TEEP open days are held in TEEP Ambassador Schools – read more about them here.

For all enquiries: Contact our TEEP team

TEEP whole school

The most popular and effective option for embedding TEEP is the whole school option. TEEP whole school training is for your entire teaching staff and is delivered over a series of inset days. Click here for more information.

TEEP Open Courses

If an individual wishes to attend TEEP training they gave the option of attending TEEP Open Courses.
Level 1 is ideal for those who have joined a TEEP school since the school did their original training, for an individual looking to improve their teaching and learning, or for a school leader who is considering TEEP for their whole school in the future. Level 2 and 3 provide the progression routes for previously Level 1 trained staff, including at schools who have a small number of additional staff to train to the next level.

Event Date Time Location
TEEP Level 3 Training 15-17 January 2019 9:00 – 16:00 Birmingham
TEEP Level 3 Training 9-11 July 2019 9:00 – 16:00 The Midlands

Please register your interest in future courses by getting in touch by email as courses are often arranged on a demand basis.

TEEP in-school courses

Schools or colleges may decide they would like a cohort of staff to take part in TEEP training – perhaps a specific department. In school delivery of the Level 1 programme is available throughout the academic year. This option is particularly of interest to FE colleges where it is not possible to simultaneously include all staff in training or for clusters/federations and local authorities who wish to include members of staff from various schools. Further information on these options is available on request.