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This course covers the essential information required for the effective management of asbestos remaining on the school premises. Areas covered include: risks of asbestos- locations and type HCC asbestos policy and guidance types of asbestos survey and understanding survey data the use of asbestos management plans the effective use of the permission to work procedure incident management asbestos worksEssential Information
This training is aimed at mathematics subject leaders who are either new to the role or looking to enhance their contribution to improving maths across the school.
Throughout the course, delegates will gain an in-depth understanding of the expectations of core subject leadership.
Delegates will develop their capacity to evaluate teaching and learning across a range of evidence to drive improvement throughout the school.
The key elements of mathematics subject leadership will be explored through a spotlight on each of the different aims of the mathematics curriculum: fluency, reasoning and problem solving.
This will enable subject leaders to deepen subject-specific knowledge and understanding. Delegates are expected to attend all five sessions of this training.
Schools attending both the English and maths highly effective subject leader courses will receive a 15% discount.
This session will focus on improving leadership and management effectiveness with regard to working with governors and managing staff.
Please note that this session is part of a rolling programme which does not have to be completed in order. However in the past delegates have found it beneficial to attend all sessions in order to make learning connections between topics and to build professional relationships with assistant and deputy headteacher colleagues.
This course, which follows on from the 'SIMS End of Year' course, will allow delegates to carry out the processes learned on that course and contained in the end-of-year documentation we send to schools, on their own school data, with guidance from a data management consultant. Delegates can book onto both sessions, some of which are on the same day, if required. Delegates with experience of the end-of-year procedures may choose to only attend this session to complete the process.
Delegates should have a basic familiarity of SIMS and have their own login to the system. Please note that we will send instructions (to the email address used to book a place onto this course) for setting up a computer in school to be connected to remotely during the session.
This course will explore the grammar element of the Years 5 and 6 programme of study from the national curriculum and will also consider the requirements for the Year 6 test.
Clear and concise definitions and explanations will be a core part of the day, ensuring clarity when teaching. A range of pedagogic approaches will be exemplified, to support delegates to plan engaging lessons that build pupils' understanding and interest.
Using text-based activities, delegates will explore the grammar element of the programme of study, alongside the composition element, to understand how grammar creates and changes meaning. During the session, delegates will have engaged in a range of approaches, which they will be able to embed in their future planning.