This course is targeted at new or existing PE leaders in primary. The course is run over two twilight sessions.
Session 1 will include: the basic requirements for leading PE at primary level; how to judge the quality of teaching; managing assessment; exploring the subjects in the bigger picture; examples of high quality PE; how the subject follows on to KS3.
Session 2 focuses on strategically leading the subject across the school and provides guidance on managing the Ofsted conversation about the subject.
Note for booking: This course runs over more than one session. Please book onto all sessions. You will only be invoiced once for booking.
Team-Teach Mop-Up Training 12 Hour Basic Training Course for Special Schools/Medium to High Risk Settings. Click here for more details.
This session is aimed at everyone who works in the primary classroom regardless of prior levels of music knowledge or experience
It aims to
- Extend attendees musical skills through group participation in a variety of pratical activities.
- Explore how to successfully plan a music curriculum, develop progression routes and assess students.
- Give advice on how to set up the music classroom and resources for successful outcomes.
- Demonstrate how to effectively construct, develop and deliver a musical project in accordance with the National Curriculum for music.
- Provide attendees with arange of classroom reources relating to the session.
- Give advice about researching suitable and stimulating materials for future use.
- Promote improved levels of confidence amongst attendees, with relation to music making.
To ensure that pupil’s social, emotional and behavioral needs are met and their families are supported to increase attendance, attainment and progress of vulnerable pupils.
This network will give Learning Mentors from across FS, KS1, KS2 and KS3 from across LSP schools the opportunity to work together to share key aspects of their roles. They will identify recent research and opportunities to develop their own knowledge and understanding in order to support our vulnerable pupils.
Planned and facilitated by Andy Baker in three sessions over the academic year:
22/11/18, 5/3/19, 10/6/19
Teaching Assistant Network: How to overcome barriers to learning and meeting the needs of children and young people with SEND.
For all Teaching Assistants that wish to learn how to overcome barriers to learning and learn how to meet the needs of children and young people with SEND.
Payment must be received prior to course and full payment must be paid for cancellation within two weeks of course start date.
Cancellation with full refund will only be provided during an Ofsted visit.
In every circumstance please let us know if you’re not going to attend.
This sessions is suitable for practitioners working with school-age pupils on the autism spectrum in both mainstream and specialist servcies.
What you will learn:
- The theories of autism and how to consider the implications for practice.
- Practical strategies to support you in the development of your knowledge, skills and understanding of effective autism practice.
- To reflect on your practice and enable you to share enhanced knowledge more widely across your organisation.
Come to the first NourisheED women into leadership network event in our region. The event is open to all women who are teachers or leaders in education across all phases.
You are also welcome to sign up for the WomenEd ‘bookchat’ at 3.15pm which includes tea provided by Boston Tea Party!
The network event will be FREE due to funding from the Equality & Diversity fund and is held in partnership with Nexus TSA, Excalibur TSA and CLF Institute. Speakers include:
Margaret Davies, Occupational Psychologist & Co-Founder The Glass Lift, spends her working life training and coaching individuals and organisations in order to improve equality. She is a key contributor to the North Avon TSA Women into Leadership programme and will speak about being your authentic self.
Louisa Paston, delegate on the 2018-19 North Avon TSA Women into Leadership programme. Louisa has recently been promoted to Vice Principal on a part-time basis. She will talk about her experiences on the programme and how she keeps all the balls in the air!
Angie Browne, leader of the NourishEd Collective for women, Leadership Matters Ambassador, Deputy CEO, and speaker. Angie will speak about the importance of authentic leadership.
Talks will be followed by round table discussions and the chance to network. The 2019-20 Women into Leadership programme will also be launched at the event!
It is widely accepted that girls are often “missed” in terms of diagnosis. This course will cover:
· A deeper understanding of girls with autism.
· How parents can support daughters.
· How teachers can support girls in their class.
· Strategies to support girls in school.
There will also be a talk by a woman with autism.