Eva Cartwright,

Principal, The Teaching Assistant College

Eva Cartwright is founder and Principal of The Teaching Assistant College.  She has been working closely with schools to raise the profile and standards of teaching assistants for over 15 years and with a background in primary teaching fully understands the difference well trained teaching assistants can make. Eva has a passion for supporting teaching assistants to be creative in their approach, focussing on the things that really matter such as building independence, self-esteem and confidence as well as delivering effective support through understanding children’s needs and individual differences.

The Teaching Assistant College is a provider of CACHE accredited qualifications, INSET, short courses and bespoke training packages. Eva supports schools in looking at all aspects of the TA role from observing practice to analysing gaps in practice, improving the working relationship between teachers and TAs, as well as assisting with performance management and development through coaching.

When schools make significant improvement, it begins with the people on the ground, the individuals who know the children best, the people who can make the small, daily breakthroughs.

This doesn’t happen by accident though. As we know, success leaves clues and over the years of working alongside schools in supporting them in making these breakthroughs it is clear the changes come from auditing TA practice, observing the gaps, working out a structured, cost-effective approach to fill the gaps that really do make the difference.

It’s remarkably easy to make these changes, but you have to know what the changes need to be and how to go about implementing them.  This programme will help you to do just that. Sign up today and see the impact for yourself!