WORLD CLASS TEACHER / PRACTITIONER AWARD

The World Class Teacher Award and Whole School CPD

Incyte has created a systematic support service that enables teachers and the school to systematically improve the quality of teaching and learning within a secure and sustainable professional development and improvement model. The model provides a process of objective critical analysis matched to a systematic professional development programme. The key aim of the process is to ensure that the system and process becomes self-sustainable, regardless of changes in personnel, and the role Incyte takes reduces over time.
For more information about this process please download the following Incyte document:   ‘World Class Teachers’ Award/Whole School CPD System

The World Class Practitioners Award and Whole College CPD

Incyte has created a systematic support service that enables college practitioners and the college to systematically improve the quality of teaching and learning within a secure and sustainable professional development and improvement model. The model provides a process of objective critical analysis matched to a systematic professional development programme. The key aim of the process is to ensure that the system and process becomes self-sustainable, regardless of changes in personnel, and the role Incyte takes reduces over time.


 

WCTA

A teacher at Archbishop Sentamu Academy has become the first in the country to receive a World Class Teacher award from Incyte International in 2012.
Jill Maund, who teaches food technology at the Preston Road School, received the award from Principal Andrew Chubb ( left) watched by Incyte directors Caroline McKee and Malcolm Greenhalgh (right).