Why is professional development so important for teachers and pupils?

Only 35% of teachers believe CPD and performance evaluation play a crucial role in teacher practice. 

Our guide looks at the perceptions of professional development and CPD and answers why it's crucial for teachers and pupils.

The importance of creating a culture that supports professional learning

The current perceptions of professional development in schools

How professional learning can benefit teachers, pupils and your organisation

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Investing in your staff and students: why professional development is important in education

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“If you’re going to improve the outcomes of students, and the day-to-day offer that you give students, that needs to be done through staff who are open, reflective and looking to improve their practice.”

Pepe Di’Iasio, President, Association of School and College Leaders 2021-22; and Headteacher, Wales High School, South Yorkshire.

What our guide covers:

Why professional development is important

The statistics around professional development and CPD in schools