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Event code SCH 24/237 
Event description
** Free to ELP members

This one is a remote session for any teacher wishing to know more about the ‘Spirals of Enquiry’ approach.

It will be recorded so that it can be used in the future as a webinar for anyone who could not attend.

This session is an introduction to the 'Spirals of Enquiry' Professional Development tool that supports schools to explore solutions to their priorities and built lasting, transformational change.

The aim of the session is to build a culture of continuous improvement across Ealing Learning Partnership schools using the Spirals of Enquiry framework.

The Spirals approach offers the flexibility and structure that works well alongside Peer Enquiry Review, that only supports schools looking for a professional learning and development structure, but also be used within networks, such as the SENCo and EY leads networks. Our model is based on the work of Judy Halbert and Linda Kaser, who devised the ‘Spiral of Inquiry’ approach in Canada.

When you register for this remote session, you will receive a Spirals handbook, that sets out the 6 stage approach, alongside the templates, timelines and proformas to support the process. We will share exemplars to help you to build a mental model of how it can transform teacher and pupil agency. 
Training objectives  
Target Group All teachers and senior leaders interested in using The Spirals of Enquiry in primary and special schools. 
Key stages
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Subject areas Leadership and management
Target audience EYFS: Heads of children’s centres, EYFS: Leaders / managers in maintained settings, Headteachers
OFSTED areas Quality of education, Leadership and management, Early years education
Professional Standards
Venue Microsoft Teams (Online), ., . map
Admin contact Maleekha Khan (
Event Commissioner Clare Rees (
Course Costs
Standard cost£106.00
Ealing Learning Partnership primary and special school SLA£0.00
Start date Wednesday 28 February 2024
Times 15:45 - 17:00
Number of sessions 1