CPD Opportunities

Explore our in-person and online CPD opportunities from Dreamachine on teachers’ wellbeing.

Coming Soon: In-person and online Teacher Professional Development opportunities from Our Place in Space.

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Creative Wellbeing Classroom Activities

The Dreamachine team has teamed up with the Chartered College of Teaching and the Education Support charity to create a series of three Continuing Professional Development (CPD) sessions for teachers. The sessions are open to all teachers and are completely free.

This free CPD webinar explores sample classroom activities that you can use to promote wellbeing. Shermaine Slocombe, an artist, creative practitioner and Dreamachine school resources writer, will demonstrate some of her activities from the set of Dreamachine lesson plans dedicated to health and wellbeing.

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Leadership & Teacher Wellness

A free CPD webinar on supporting teacher wellbeing

The Dreamachine team has teamed up with the Chartered College of Teaching and the Education Support charity to create a series of three Continuing Professional Development (CPD) sessions for teachers. The sessions are open to all teachers and are completely free.

This free CPD webinar focuses on the science of wellbeing, and on different approaches that senior school leaders, heads and governors can take to support the wellbeing of their educators. The webinar is presented by Professor Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, and Sinéad Mc Brearty, Chief Executive of Education Support, and includes a Q&A session.

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Teacher Wellness Discussion

A free CPD discussion on managing mental health

The Dreamachine team has teamed up with the Chartered College of Teaching and the Education Support charity to create a series of three Continuing Professional Development (CPD) sessions for teachers. The sessions are open to all teachers and are completely free.

This free CPD session encourages brave conversations on managing mental health for teachers. It focuses on practical wellbeing tips and meaningful ways that you can make them part of your life when you’re feeling stretched or stressed.

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