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Cultural Education Partnership unveils new CPD programme for educators

Sally Perry
9, July 2024

The Cultural Education Partnership is set to launch a new programme of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of their termly meetings for the academic year 2024-2025.

The initiative aims to provide teachers and educators with opportunities to engage with cultural leaders and stay updated on the latest events and opportunities.

Free CPD sessions for educators
As part of the programme, the Partnership will offer a series of free CPD sessions tailored for all teachers and educators.

These sessions will cover a range of topics and are designed to enhance professional skills and knowledge.

Phil Beadle to Lead First Session
The first session will take place on 1st October 2024 at Christ The King College.

It will feature Phil Beadle, a renowned educator and author known for his expertise in literacy, creativity, and behaviour management.

Insights from an expert
Phil Beadle has made significant contributions to the field of education through his writing, speaking engagements, and television appearances.

His work focuses on English teaching, behaviour management, literacy, and creativity, challenging conventional teaching methods and inspiring educators to rethink their approaches.

Booking information
Educators interested in attending the first session are encouraged to book by emailing

The programme is funded by Arts Council England, ensuring it is accessible to all teachers and educators seeking to enhance their professional development.

Find out more about Phil Beadle by visiting his website.

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