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Enhance your teacher training programme or support continuing professional development by understanding your teachers’ personal styles of behaving with the Cambridge Personal Styles Questionnaire (CPSQ).
Identify values and behaviours that are at the heart of a successful career in teaching. This includes person-centred communication, working well with others and coping with demands.
Read the CPSQ for teachers guide
CPSQ for teachers is designed to help you support and develop teachers throughout their careers in primary or secondary education. It allows you to:
Our easy-to-manage online platform provides instant results and reports that you can share and discuss. You can have in-depth and focused conversations, which will help you to monitor the progress and wellbeing of your teachers.
Read our latest research on the role of personality on teacher retention.
CPSQ for teachers assesses non-cognitive skills. Learn how effective your teachers’ personal styles are when reported against the following professional competency areas:
Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing is working with the Suffolk and Norfolk School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programme.
Anna Richards, Executive Leader of Suffolk and Norfolk SCITT, says:
‘We know at heart that relationships influence the ways in which people cope with stress, access support and advice, learn, collaborate, and find fulfilment in their work, but it’s only by quantifying these things that we can properly manage them.
As part of our research into factors supporting trainee teachers to thrive on the course, we ask them to complete the Cambridge Personal Styles Questionnaire (CPSQ) as part of their induction process. This has helped us gain a greater insight into them and their styles of behaviour and has helped inform how we support them.’
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