For performing arts professionals looking to develop skills in teaching children and young people
Tuesday October 26th 2021 – Friday April 22nd 2022 – Doors open at 1:10pm
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Children and young people deserve the best possible teaching we can give them in order to discover that learning is fun, that learning is great and that a passion for the performing arts can last a lifetime! This is why we have set up this unique teaching developmental programme specifically aimed at performing arts professionals.
Be Unstoppable - designed for those who are passionate about sharing their gifts in singing, dance, drama or musical theatre and who are looking for recognition in their teaching practice.
Be Inspired - follow a core online programme in a virtual learning environment with specialist guest practitioners and experienced educationalists.
Be Supported - the Stagecoach Education Team will guide you throughout the programme and you’ll have your own personal mentor, a coaching group and regular cohort check-ins.
Enjoy Flexibility - a six month part-time programme with access to high quality Stagecoach professional development opportunities and resources. Study around work, family and personal commitments.
Become Accredited - the supported programme incorporates the RSL Level 4 Professional Diploma (Teacher Pathway) qualification.
Inspiration & Close Support
This engaging and highly interactive developmental teaching programme - spaced over the period of two terms - is facilitated by the Stagecoach Performing Arts Education Team and invited specialist speakers for exclusive presentations and Q&As.
We promise inspirational facilitation, a safe, inclusive environment, exciting relevant learning experiences, an individualised programme journey, collegiality within a supported coaching group, one-to-one mentoring and a great deal of fun!
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Completing our online learning programme will not only improve your classroom practice, it will earn you a Level 4 Professional Diploma in teaching. The qualification is awarded by Rockschool and is recognised in over 40 countries worldwide. The teaching diploma is regulated by Ofqual, benchmarked at undergraduate degree level in the UK, and has worldwide recognition.
The RSL Level 4 Professional Diploma (DipRSL) is gained through a reflective programme spanning a term with the flexibility and support to study around your job, family and commitments. We recognise that everyone develops at a different pace with varied starting points - we can support you whatever your level of experience in improving your practice and gaining an accredited qualification.
Throughout the programme you will be supported in shaping and reflecting upon your teaching practice to compliment the learning taking place in your classroom. Programme participants build a digital portfolio which will be the basis of assessment for the Level 4 Professional Diploma.
Your collection of evidence can take the form of video presentations, podcasts and written work (max of 1000 words per topic and the total audio/visual evidence must not exceed 10 minutes per topic except Section 2’s teaching video submission).
Dr Alison Daubney, Pranav Patel, Ollie Tunmer and Richard Gerver will be joining us online to facilitate our unique performing arts teaching development programme.
Dr Alison Daubney - Understanding Learning Facilitator
Ally Daubney is an international performing arts educator and researcher and has worked extensively with universities of Cambridge and Sussex on a range of worldwide development projects and courses. She is a qualified and experienced teacher, mentor and trainer. For the past ten years Ally has held external examiner positions at a variety of higher education institutions, including Trinity Laban Conservatoire, The Open University and the University of Plymouth. In partnership with Greg Daubney, Ally co-wrote Play - a Psychological Toolkit for Optimal Performance - published by the ISM Trust.
Pran Patel - Positive Behaviours for Learning and Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Facilitator
Pran has over 16 years of teaching experience working most recently as an assistant principal. He has an interesting career in leadership; leading standards; behaviour management; professional development and curriculum. As a mental health and anti-racist campaigner, he recently featured in a documentary ‘Why teaching is making me ill’, ‘Black teachers are leaving the profession due to racism’ and his paradigm-shifting TEDx talk and various other TV and media appearances. He is a self-professed ‘outward-facing leader’ and is in the process of writing a book with John Catt Publishers by the same title.
Ollie Tunmer - Be Inspired Facilitator
Ollie is the Founder and Director of Beat Goes On. He is a former cast member of the hit show STOMP and its sister show, ‘The Lost & Found Orchestra’. Ollie delivers fun, engaging and memorable workshops which draw on participants’ own ideas, as well as developing skills and knowledge. He also promotes the use of music as a means of encouraging well-being, for both individuals and teaching communities.
Whatever your performing arts discipline, be ready to Be Inspired with Ollie for the very first session of your ADPA Journey!
Richard Gerver - Be Unstoppable Closing Keynote
Richard draws upon the first-hand experiences and unique insights garnered from frontline education to explore the links between great leadership, human potential, change and innovation. All four of Richard’s books, including “Simple Thinking” and “Education - A Manifesto for Change” have been global best sellers. In this exclusive closing keynote for the Stagecoach ADPA, Richard hopes to bring inspiration, positivity and top tips for mindset to be the best version of our teaching-self for children and young people. There will be an opportunity to converse with Richard in a Q&A and all delegates will receive a copy of the book Education: A Manifesto for Change signed and dedicated to them by Richard Gerver.
ADPA Programme Structure:
Day 1: 13:15 - 18:00 GMT Tuesday 26 October 2021
Day 2: 13:15 - 18:00 GMT Wednesday 27 October 2021
Day 3: 13:15 - 18:00 GMT Thursday 28 October 2021
Day 4: 13:15 - 18:00 GMT Friday 29 October 2021
Ongoing support including two mentoring sessions linked to a Personal Development Plan and free access to Stagecoach Education Teacher Development workshops and career coaching.
Day 5: 13:15 - 18:00 BST Wednesday 20 April 2022
Day 6: 13:15 - 18:00 BST Thursday 21 April 2022
Day 7: 13:15 - 18:00 BST Friday 22 April 2022
Delegates may choose to extend their development and complete the programme at a later date.
Deadline: October 2022.
The ADPA Programme welcomes delegates from countries other than the UK. Please note that the facilitation and accompanying guidance is in English.
ADPA Online Learning Programme - Full Price £1600 (Deposit £400)*
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about discounted and subsidised rates for Stagecoach Alumni, members of ABCD and ISM and performers whose employment has been affected by the pandemic.
Practitioners who are currently teaching in a Stagecoach Performing Arts School receive a generous 45% discount (full cost: £880 including the assessment fee).
Because of the supportive nature of the programme, spaces are limited - a £400* initial deposit guarantees your place.
* Interest free payment plans are available - please contact us to find out more.
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Tuesday, October 26th 2021
Doors open: 1:10pm
Ends: Friday, April 22nd 2022 at 6:30pm
Bookings close: October 25th 2021