The RGTSA Research and Development Symposium is being held at Charlton House at the end of November. This will be a great opportunity to listen to professors, school leaders and researchers about the important role of research driven school improvement.
Questions around diversity and inclusion are vitally important and even more so in this heightened climate of anxiety following the referendum. With an increase in hate crime against minority communities across London it is important that schools are equipped with tools to promote diversity and inclusion, within the context of SMSC. Ensuring Royal Greenwich young people are resilient and well-rounded individuals, who are respectful and appreciative of living in multi-ethnic Britain, requires schools to ensure that the staff workforce understand issues of equality and social justice.
We are pleased to annouce that our Facilitated Practitioner Research Programme launch event will be at 4pm on the 6th of October at Thomas Tallis School
The launch event will be a celebration of last year's research as well as an opportunity for school practitioners and leaders to find out about the programme and what's involved.
Please email Jon Curtis Brignell at Thomas Tallis to register interest in attending the event
The RGTSA Continued Professional Development Programme 2015-16 has been published.
Please join us for this year’s RGTSA School Direct Celebration on Monday 11th July 2016. We will be welcoming the new School Direct students starting with us next year. It will also be an opportunity to meet your fellow School Direct colleagues from across the RGTSA and reflect on your achievements from the past year.
Teachers interested in pursuing facilitated research through the RGTSA should join us on Thursday 15th October 2015 as we celebrate the work of our 2014-15 cohort and launch the 2015-16 action research cycles.
Our new website has launched today.
We are pleased to announce that we are holding an MFL conference on Friday 3rd July at the University of Greenwich Maritime site.
The LGTSA Annual Conference took place on Wednesday 20th May and was a great success.
Exciting news! RGTSA has successfully bid for £213k to raise participation rates and performance in MFL at Key Stages 3, 4 & 5.
Working closely with our HEI partners, the University of Greenwich and Goldsmiths, University of London, we will be delivering a CPD programme for MFL subject leaders staring in the summer term 2014 and continuing throughout the next academic year. Subject leader sessions will be followed up with CPD sessions for teachers hosted at St Ursula’s or Woolwich Polytechnic.