Identifying staff CPD needs

  • Admin staff: skills audit
    Use our template to help admin assistants, finance or office managers review their skills against the ISBL’s standards and identify any actions they need to take.
  • Assistant/deputy headteacher: skills audit
    Whether you're applying for an assistant or deputy headteacher position or looking to progress and develop in the role, use our audit to assess your skills against the standards and identify any areas where you can improve.
  • CPD activities for teaching assistants (TAs)
    Share our audit with your teaching assistants (TAs) to help you identify their strengths and areas where they need more support. Find 4 ways to boost their confidence via targeted CPD in areas such as subject knowledge and assessment.
  • Differentiation: audit tools and resources
    Download our audit to invite teachers to reflect on their use of differentiation in areas such as questioning, resources and tasks set. See if these examples of differentiation strategies could work for you.
  • Middle leaders' skills audit
    Go beyond the minimum expectations of the Teachers' Standards and assess yourself against the skills you'll need to progress in your role as a phase, department or subject lead.
  • Primary computing: skills audit
    Download our subject-specific audit tool to help your staff identify gaps in their knowledge and deliver high-quality computing teaching.
  • Primary maths skills audit
    Download our subject-specific audit tool to help your teachers identify gaps in their knowledge and deliver high-quality maths teaching to all pupils.
  • Teachers' skills audit
    Use our audit to assess your teachers' professional development needs against the Teachers' Standards, so you can plan for the next appraisal period. The audit is up-to-date with the latest Ofsted inspection framework and current thinking around teaching and learning best practice.
  • Teaching assistant (TA): skills audit
    Use our skills audit to help your teaching assistants (TAs) - including those supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN) - identify their strengths and make plans to nurture their skills.