Discover how to overcome the barriers that you face as a middle leader and enjoy success in your role. We are working with TT Education to offer this outstanding CPD course to schools in Peterborough and nearby areas. This will help you to recognise the barriers that you face as a middle leader and offers practical solutions to support you.
The course will help you to gain clarity about the roles and responsibilities of the subject and middle leaders. It will also develop your leadership skills, empower you to deliver effective feedback and introduce you to many ideas and approaches that can have a positive impact on school improvement.
Hampton Hargate Primary School,
Date: 15th January 2018
Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm
Price: £149.50 per person
By: TT Education
To reserve your place(s) at the discounted price, visit http://goo.gl/uyGHyY or
contact us by phone 01733 29678 or
|Event Date||Monday, 15 January 2018|
|Event End Date||Monday, 15 January 2018|
|Cut off date||Monday, 08 January 2018|
Developing English Teaching for NQTs/NQT+1
- To enhance NQTs’ understanding of key teaching strategies for reading and writing. NQTs will:
- Develop their knowledge and understanding of inference as a reading strategy;
- Understand how to structure-guided reading so that all pupils learn effectively;
- Develop their understanding of reading comprehension and explore a range of strategies for teaching it effectively;
- Develop their understanding of key strategies for the teaching of writing.
This will include:
- Effective use of model texts (WAGOLL), focusing on generic writing skills at text, sentence and word level;
- Understanding how teacher modelling and scribing work and how to use both strategies effectively.
Session 1: Tue 16th January 2018 1.15 – 4.15pm
Twilight 1: Thurs 1st February 2018 4.00 – 5.30pm
Session 2: Wed 21st February 2018 1.15 – 4.15pm
Twilight 2: Wed 14th March 2018 4.00 – 5.30pm
Total price: (for the 2 afternoons and 2 twilights) £160
Booking: via the website http://goo.gl/uyGHyY
|Event Date||Tuesday, 16 January 2018|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 16 January 2018|
|Cut off date||Tuesday, 09 January 2018|
Taking It Literally: Strategies for working with students on the autistic spectrum
This workshop will provide you with practical suggestions for how to help the students with ASD whom you teach. It provides a brief overview of difficulties often experienced by such students, and a range of strategies you could use, with students at primary or secondary level.
This Programme is now full, the new date for the summer term is Wednesday 27th June. You can now book this.
|Event Date||Thursday, 08 February 2018|
|Event End Date||Thursday, 08 February 2018|
|Cut off date||Thursday, 01 February 2018|
YMCA Trinity Group has 30 years’ experience in providing
mental health services to young people. In response to demand,
and in consultation with Paragon Teaching school, we are running the
Delegates will be more aware of the principles of resilience,
giving consideration to protective and risk factors; enabling
them to better support and develop resilience and self-esteem
in the young people, they work with and reduce the likelihood of
long-term mental health issues. This is an ideal session for those
already accessing or looking to access our building resilience
|Event Date||Tuesday, 20 February 2018|
|Event End Date||Tuesday, 20 February 2018|
|Cut off date||Friday, 09 February 2018|
E-Safety session aimed at all primary school teachers
Aim: The session will cover many of the challenges of e-safety in the primary classroom and will look at ways of supporting and informing pupils and parents on a variety of e-safety issues.
Key Objectives - all colleagues will leave knowing
- How to help children stay safe in an increasingly digital world, developing ways of engaging with the internet and social media in a safe way
- How to work with parents in promoting e-safety at home
- How best to use filtering and monitoring to promote a safe digital environment
- What are the latest requirements and expectations of Ofsted and the DfE for e-safety and how can we evidence what we do?
- What to do and not to do using social media as a child and an adult
- How to stay up to date with ever-changing technologies and children’s habits online
- Where to find resources to teach e-safety in an engaging and effective way
|Event Date||Monday, 26 February 2018|
|Event End Date||Monday, 26 February 2018|
|Cut off date||Monday, 19 February 2018|