Three teachers from different schools have been chosen by their Schools to be 'Good' teachers. They receive advice from top Inspector Clare Gilles to make their lessons 'Outstanding'. Will they succeed?
1) Rachel gets one-to-one CPD from early years consultant, Hilary Bell, to work on pedagogy and tips from presentation and communications expert, Mo Shapiro. Reception teacher, Rachel Atkins, receives advice from top inspector Clare Gillies and the Teachers TV online community as she tries to boost her lessons, in From Good to Outstanding. Tyssen Community School rates Rachel as 'good' but Clare’s assessment of one of her classes highlights some areas for improvement. Three weeks later, Clare returns to observe a second session. Will Rachel be ‘outstanding’?
2) Top school inspector Clare Gillies assesses Rebecca during a lesson, pointing out key areas where she thinks she could improve. Rebecca gets some CPD advice from voice and communications coach. Beal High School in Essex has rated secondary MFL teacher Rebecca Wills' lessons as good but has said there could be room for improvement. Rebecca then gets some CPD advice from voice and communications coach Ulrika Schulte-Baukloh and AST Pauline Bullen.Will Rebecca's lesson be considered outstanding?
3) Top inspector, Clare Gillies, assesses one of Salma Ali's Year 1 literacy lessons. Her feedback highlights Salma's need to create more speaking and listening opportunities. 'Outstanding' - the ultimate accolade for teachers. Year 1 teacher, Salma Ali, is challenged to raise her game in From Good to Outstanding. Next, is one-to-one CPD from primary literacy consultant, Jane Scholey, on pedagogy. Salma also gets tips from presentation and communications expert, Mo Shapiro. Three weeks later, will she have made the grade?