Redhill Teaching Hub is the DfE designated hub for all schools in Gedling, Bassetlaw and Newark & Sherwood.
We sign-post and provide high quality training and CPD, for all teachers in all phases, settings and stages of career.
Our aim is to work alongside our regional schools, to ensure that all teachers have access to training and support which makes a tangible difference to classroom practice and leadership.
We want to support teachers to enter the profession and subsequently not just remain but to thrive in their schools, creating a beneficial legacy for all.
Membership of the Hub is FREE and open to all teachers and leaders. Membership gives you access to all of our services, invitations to our regional events and access to our newsletters.
Post-graduate training opportunities for those looking to enter the teaching professionFind Out More
Training and development for teachers in the first two years of their careerFind Out More
An assessment and support service for Early Career TeachersFind Out More
A suite of reformed leadership qualifications for middle, senior and executive leadersFind Out More
Professional development opportunities for teachers and leaders throughout their careersFind Out More
The Hub has transformed me from aspiring maths teacher to a reflective practitioner, equipped with the knowledge and skills to be successful as I enter my early career teacher years.Katie S - ECT
The best training I received at Redhill was the encouragement to celebrate uniqueness in life, and to channel that passion through how we present ourselves and engage with students and colleagues alike – celebrate the light bulb moments!Scott - ECT
I trained with a cohort of incredible people who I miss talking to weekly. The Redhill SCITT care about their individuals, offering one to one support, thorough feedback and the space to reflect and develop your teaching practice. Their Professional Development Leads are passionate, hardworking, inspiring and push you to be your absolute best.Nadia - ECT
The new NPQs are a step-change in leadership thinking, which is a calling back of educational leaders to our core purpose – leading a culture of teacher excellenceRevd Canon Nigel Genders (Chief Education Officer, Church of England) & Paul Barber (Director, Catholic Education Service)