Inspection Preparation Training is coming

March 2nd, 2013

Mike Davis, Principal Officer for Furtehr Education, OFSTED, is leading an Inspection Preparation masterclass in Portsmouth on 27th March 2013 at the Oasis Conference Centre, Cosham.

Inspection Preparation Training 27.03.13

Breaking News on the IfL and Lesson Observations

September 25th, 2012

FE News: UCU has provided an update on government thinking in respect of the IfL and gives us food for thought for lesson observations. A moratorium on graded observations? an increasingly popular choice!

FE News – Sept 2012

Events in November 2012

August 18th, 2012

Please see two exciting CPD events coming up for FE teachers in the South. Trevor Gordon on Equality and Arnie Skelton on Motivation & Retention.



Lesson Observation Training for the FE Sector

July 23rd, 2012

CPD Training: Lesson Observation & Feedback Skills, 9th Nov 2012, Oasis Conference Centre, Cosham, Nr Portsmouth

Newbubbles Ltd is holding a Masterclass in Lesson Observation & Feedback skills for FE staff with observation responsibilities. This event provides up-to-the-minute details on the new 2012 inspection priorities and how to grade against the 2012 observation criteria.

Training Event – Lesson Observation & Feedback Skills 09.11.12

CPD Training: Differentiation Masterclass, 13th Nov 2012, Oasis Conference Centre, Cosham, Nr Portsmouth

Distinguished speaker Robert Powell, former Headteacher and now successful FE consultant, leads a session on differentiation for FE teachers teaching at Foundation level to level 4. Dediacted to meeting the requirements of the new 2012 common inspection framework.

Differentiation Masterclass – CPD Event for FE Teachers

Welcome to the Newbubbles Blog

April 30th, 2011

This blog is for further education teachers and university educators. It is designed as a companion site to our website and seeks to provide information on latest issues, campaigns and interests common to the further education sector, and a place for consulting recently published government documents and white papers. Events and notices relating to training events and conferences will also be published here.

Put pictures up from recent conferences, advertise your teaching website, identify links to your twitter or facebook accounts or insert a Youtube link you think others might be interested in.

The usual rules apply – no offensive language, no inappropriate material, no cyberbullying. these things ruin it for everyone! Every response can be traced back to the originator if required, so play by the rules and this blog could be a wonderful aid to your school career.