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CPD and School Resources


Inspire Together are developing a wide range of opportunities to enhance Continued Professional Development (CPD) for SSC's (Secondary & Primary School Sport Champions) and AOTT's (Adults Other Than Teachers). 

Throughout the year we will be running a variety of courses that have been highlighted by our schools and partners. If you require any additional support or have a query in regard to our CPD please contact 

All of our courses are open to Mainstream and Special Schools with discounted places for our member schools, so please take time to look at our fully inclusive offer.

Balanceability CPD is available now, please click here to book

Energise CPD

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Being developed:

Lunch Time Supervisor

Training your lunchtime duty staff by giving them different activities. This will help to keep the children active and help them to contribute towards their 60 minutes of exercise a day. This training will also provide understanding on why it is important for children to keep active.


Daily Mile

The Daily Mile is to improve physical, social, emotional and mental wellbeing of our children. Regardless of ability and personal circumstances. For more information please click here

Health and Wellbeing Leads

The DMHL was first mooted in the 2017 Green Paper – Transforming children and young people’s mental health provision – and in the subsequent consultation response from the Department for Education (DfE) and Department of Health and Social Care (2018). Two core proposals were:

  • “To incentivise and support all schools and colleges to identify and train a designated senior lead for mental health with a new offer of training to help leads and staff to deliver whole-school approaches to promoting better mental health.”
  • “To fund new Mental Health Support Teams, including supervision by NHS children and young people’s mental health staff, to provide specific extra capacity for early intervention and on-going help.”

Information from headteacher update. To read the full article please click here

Responsibilities of the Health and Wellbeing Lead:

  • oversee the whole-school approach to wellbeing
  • provide staff with the knowledge and confidence to understand and recognise signs of poor mental health in pupils and know where to go with any concerns
  • oversee the provision the school gives to pupils with mental health difficulties
  • manage how staff are supported with their own mental health
  • be proactive in developing links with specialist services, referring pupils if they need to.

Information from optimus education, to read more please click here