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Getting things moving! This session will be running from 6:30-9:00pm with a 30 minute break in between for networking.
For any further information regarding this course please contact Kathy Dunnett, senior governance advisor on 01438 843038 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This twilight session is for those practitioners who are using an electronic learning journal or are thinking about making the transition.
The course will explore practical ways to support practitioners in developing and embedding high-quality evidence gathering systems when using an electronic journal.
This course will provide an opportunity for governors to update their knowledge and understanding of the effective use of pupil premium funding.
Outline This training session looks at: • what are the pupil premium and pupil premium plus? • accountability within the pupil premium and pupil premium plus • the pupil premium and Ofsted • effective use of the pupil premium and pupil premium plus • what works well • what governors need to know about the pupil premium • pupil premium plus for children looked after Tutor Virtual Schools Advisers
Schools taking part in the programme have reported that the following has supported them in raising standards and in particular for reluctant writers:
- increased engagement, excitement and inspiration for pupils and teachers, reigniting a love of science
- a wider range of creative writing which both pupils and teachers are proud to share
- the development and support of oracy as a basis for learning
This programme is designed to support subject leaders to develop teaching and learning in the two subjects.
Both subject leaders will attend a days’ training, receive a half-day consultancy visit and participate in a reflective twilight session.
During the training day, leaders will consider how learning opportunities for both science and English can be maximised. The day will be full of engaging activities to explore creative ways of teaching science and English which maintain high standards.
Delegates will leave with a range of resources including an extensive book list, curriculum mapping document and lesson suggestions.
A focus / key question for the programme will be developed during the day against which impact can be evaluated.
The consultancy visit and twilight session will involve structured feedback to support self-evaluation, reflect on evidence of impact and identify next steps.
We will consider how to embed good practice across the school and ensure this is sustained.
This course will explore key elements within the mandatory relationships education guidelines that help children to stay safe. Teaching safeguarding is a core element across the new curriculum. We will particularly cover relevant teaching about online and offline safety, the naming of sexual body parts and how to introduce knowledge of safe/unsafe touch.Essential Information
Providing development and support for NQTs during their induction period.
A wide-ranging programme tackling key aspects of the induction period and promoting good progress against the Teachers' Standards.
Sessions enable NQTs to receive high-quality training, share experiences and explore strategies for managing the pressures of their first year.
Day 1: Managing (whole-day) Overview of the induction year, behaviour for learning, feedback for progress, liaising effectively with parents and working effectively with teaching assistants.
Day 2: Developing (whole-day) Responding to pupils' diverse needs, the interactive classroom, drama techniques across the curriculum and a toolkit for effective time management.
Day 3: Refining (half-day) Good to outstanding, preparing for NQT+1, subject leadership, reflection on the induction period and professional self review.
From staff timekeeping to child protection concerns, this half-day course will seek to provide delegates with the knowledge and skills to confidently and consistently manage all aspects of staff conduct.
This course will serve as a critical introduction for new school leaders as well as a useful refresher for experienced school leaders.
This unique, subject-level programme for secondary religious studies NQTs and trainees offers intensive and specialist RS training and development from recognised experts in their subject.
It will develop subject expertise and practice in the classroom.
NQTs will be provided with a range of resources and strategies to try out at school as well as having the opportunity to network and share strategies with other NQTs and trainees teaching RS.
This course will explore the importance of adopting quality approaches to covering some of the more sensitive aspects of health, relationship and sex education in the primary school. It is designed to develop the confidence of staff delivering these topics.Essential Information