Ensuring High Quality Teaching and Learning

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.

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‘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.pngA 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.