New Courses, New Trainers, New Dragonfly

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September 19, 2016 by dragonflytraining



With the new school year now in full swing, we at Dragonfly Training are delighted to be bringing you brand new trainers, brand new courses, and brand new services this Autumn Term, as well as more of the same inspiring, hands-on and practical CPD courses for you and your colleagues.


Steve Garnett will be returning with his popular, globally recognised course, ‘How to be a Highly Effective Subject Leader’, while Alan Jervis is back with ‘Removing Low-Level Disruption to Improve Learning’ and ‘An Evidence-Based Approach to Raising Boys’ Achievement’.


‘The Ultimate Understanding of Mental and Emotional Health in Schools’ will be delivered once again this term with acclaimed trainer Nina Jackson, designed to prepare you to meet the challenges and needs of those who are desperate for your help.


Peter Dawes’ ‘Teacher Tech Top-Up’ course is back and has also been modified specifically for English and MFL teachers.


We are happy to welcome leading History author, Aaron Wilkes, to the Dragonfly team who will be bringing you two brand new courses this Autumn Term: ‘Getting the Most out of AQA’s new History GCSE’ and ‘What Makes an “Outstanding” History Lesson… And How Close Are You?’


We also have new trainer, Heather Butler, who will be delivering ‘Facing Up to Bereavement‘ in association with Child Bereavement UK, and Kimberly Adams-Hill is back with a brand new course, ‘Essential Digital AFL for Creative Teachers’, designed to start you on the path to embedding digital AFL within your department.


As well as all of these exciting courses this Autumn Term, we are thrilled to announce that we will be introducing in-school academic courses and workshops for YOUR students:

  • How to Establish Highly Effective Study Skills
  • The Realist’s Guide to Effective Revision Practices
  • Preparing for GCSEs
  • Preparing for A Levels
  • The Writekey – Creative Writing & Literacy Workshops (Sector Leading Practice, Estyn May 2015)
  • Creativity in the Classroom
  • Learning to Make Films for Blogs/ Coursework/ Presentations


For more information on these courses, please call us on 029 2071 1787.


The full list of our general, independent specific, primary specific and subject specific CPD courses can be found on our website,

Do not forget that all our venue-based courses can be run as in-school training! For further details, please contact Inset Co-ordinator, Wendy Imperato, at


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