Last Updated: Friday, September 8, 2017

Outstanding Teaching Observed

Eighteen members of staff at North Lindsey College have been recognised to have outstanding teaching observations.

Teaching staff at the college have regular observations to ensure that all students are getting the best from their education and staff have the skills and knowledge to support the development of outstanding classroom practice; thus resulting in 87% being graded as good or better.

Jilly Fenwick (Head of Quality and Improvement) said, “All teaching staff are observed both formally and informally on a regular basis, to ensure that students are experiencing high quality teaching that motivates them and develops their skills. Our aim is for all students to progress into either Higher Education or work and we strive to give them the employability/academic skills to be able to do so.

“We only want the very best for our students which is why we challenge them to achieve the highest possible results and career aspirations. The teaching team are fully committed to supporting all students as individuals, to enable them to be members of a highly skilled future workforce.”

Stuart Barnard (Curriculum Leader – Construction) received an outstanding observation and said, “As a Curriculum Leader it’s important that I lead my team by showing that it is achievable to have a grade one in lesson observations and influence your team to aspire to do the same.

“It’s important for students and proves that they are having an excellent experience from their tutors who have excellent teaching ability, knowledge and experience.”