Four online courses for TAs to become outstanding.

What are the TA online training courses?

The aim of these courses is to advance your skills and confidence as a Teaching Assistant and to ultimately improve standards in the classroom. TAs will liaise with their line manager throughout the courses to provide them with support and guidance. The courses come complete with coursework which is reviewed with their line manager.

Succeeding in this course doesn’t mean getting all the answers right. It means making positive changes to practice, using the skills learnt here to support pupils every day in the classroom.

By the end, TAs will have learnt and tried out a whole range of practical techniques to help their pupils, whatever their needs, to learn together with the rest of their class.

TA Online Training

Four Online TA Training Courses

  • Accelerating learning for the most challenging and vulnerable students
  • The outstanding TA in the classroom
  • Pre- and over-learning
  • On the spot differentiation
TA Online Training
Supporting Personalised Learning

Supporting Personalised Learning

During this module you will learn:

  • To understand differentiation and its role in supporting learning
  • To be able to identify and use a range of methods of on the spot differentiation
  • To understand differentiation as part of a personalised curriculum
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Pre- and over-learning

During this module you will learn:

  • To develop an understanding of pre- and over- learning (how to do it and why it matters)
  • How to work effectively with the class teacher
  • Support pupils to access language and engage with learning
  • Promote differentiation
Pre- and over-learning
The outstanding TA in the classroom

The Outstanding TA in the classroom

During this module you will learn:

  • To understand the different parts of the lesson
  • To be able to adapt support to match the learning being delivered
  • To develop a range of strategies to support learning in class
  • To understand the importance of communication with colleagues to support learning
  • To consider how to respond to children’s different needs at different points of the lesson