Bath and Mendip Partnership Teaching School

The Bath & Mendip Partnership Teaching School (TBMPTS) is an alliance of schools which adhere to the principles of a 'schools-led system' with the single aim of raising the attainment and progress of all children and young people across the area.The teaching school provides a framework to enable schools to share expertise and also commissions consultants. > Find Out More 

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Autism champions secondary network 04.11.20

Help to foster a positive culture towards Autism in your setting and help your children and young adults with Autism to thrive emotionally and academically among their peers by becoming an Autism Champion. 

This year the ASD Support Service is relaunching our Autism Champions Networks to include Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Post 16 settings. We are aiming for all schools and education settings in B&NES to have an identified ‘Autism Champion’, who can support pupils with autism and their families.

Autism champions can be any professional from the settings above who would like to become an advocate for their children and young adults with autism. Autism champions will have an existing awareness of ASD, compassion for the children and young     people they work with and a desire to further their professional development and nurture the understanding of others.

The network meets three times a year and each time there will be:

  • An opportunity to network with other Autism Champions
  • A training focus
  • Sharing good practice
  • News and updates
  • Sharing of resources
  • Focussed discussions

We request that a booking is made for each session please.

 

Event Date 04-11-2020 11:00 am
Event End Date 04-11-2020 2:00 am
Registration Start Date 11-10-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 04-11-2020
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30
Autism champions early years network 05.11.20

Help to foster a positive culture towards Autism in your setting and help your children and young adults with Autism to thrive emotionally and academically among their peers by becoming an Autism Champion.

This year the ASD Support Service is relaunching our Autism Champions Networks to include Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Post 16 settings. We are aiming for all schools and education settings in B&NES to have an identified ‘Autism Champion’, who can support pupils with autism and their families.

Autism champions can be any professional from the settings above who would like to become an advocate for their children and young adults with autism. Autism champions will have an existing awareness of ASD, compassion for the children and young people they work with and a desire to further their professional development and nurture the understanding of others.

The network meets three times a year and each time there will be:

An opportunity to network with other Autism Champions

  • A training focus
  • Sharing good practice
  • News and updates
  • Sharing of resources
  • Focussed discussions

We request that a booking is made for each session please.

Event Date 05-11-2020 3:30 pm
Event End Date 05-11-2020 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 11-10-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 05-11-2020
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30
Louise Bomber 06.11.20

THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT

We all need to learn the art of regulation. We have pupils in our schools who have experienced toxic stress and have faulty neuroception. We need to be resourced with interventions which calm and soothe minds and bodies.

Felt safety is needed in order to optimise the social engagement system and to take the risks required in learning. Let’s honour how bodies and minds function best and ensure our schools are places whose policies and practices reflect the latest research in neuroscience.

Louise Bombèr has worked with individual pupils, classes, whole school settings, local authorities, teachers and support staff across both the primary and secondary phases.

Louise and her team offer a range of services supporting children and young people who have experienced significant relational traumas to move towards learned security and recovery.

She is the author of the very popular book Inside I’m Hurting, as well as What About Me? Louise is a strong advocate for attachment aware and trauma informed interventions within
education, as at present many pupils who have experienced toxic stress are misunderstood and even excluded from schools.

Event Date 06-11-2020 9:30 am
Event End Date 06-11-2020 4:00 am
Registration Start Date 05-10-2020
Available places 21
Cut off date 05-10-2020
Individual Price £75.00
£75.00 21

The event provider is no longer accepting registrations for this event, the event is either full or the registration cut-off date has passed. If you have an enquiry please contact the provider using the 'Contact Provider' menu above.

Positive behaviour support 10.11

 

This course will outline what the positive behaviour support model looks like in an everyday classroom, how to implement it and how it differs from a behaviour management/control model.

During the course, delegates will:

  • Discuss the function of behaviour as a form of communication
  • Familiarise themselves with the four main categories of behaviour
  • Formalise strategies in order to support behaviour in a positive way
  • Discuss how these strategies can support their current environment

There will also be the opportunity for delegates to take part in writing individual behaviour plans that focus on the proactive approach.

Target audience: Teachers and TA’s working with children displaying challenging behaviour. SENDCO’s looking to adopt
positive behaviour strategies across the whole school.

 

Event Date 10-11-2020 9:15 am
Event End Date 10-11-2020 12:15 pm
Registration Start Date 15-10-2020
Available places 29
Cut off date 10-11-2020
Individual Price £40.00
£40.00 29
Autism champions primary network 12.11.20

Help to foster a positive culture towards Autism in your setting and help your children and young adults with Autism to thrive emotionally and academically among their peers by becoming an Autism Champion.

This year the ASD Support Service is relaunching our Autism Champions Networks to include Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Post 16 settings. We are aiming for all schools and education settings in B&NES to have an identified ‘Autism Champion’, who can support pupils with autism and their families.

Autism champions can be any professional from the settings above who would like to become an advocate for their children and young adults with autism. Autism champions will have an existing awareness of ASD, compassion for the children and young people they work with and a desire to further their professional development and nurture the understanding of others.

The network meets three times a year and each time there will be:

An opportunity to network with other Autism Champions

  • A training focus
  • Sharing good practice
  • News and updates
  • Sharing of resources
  • Focussed discussions

We request that a booking is made for each session please.

Event Date 12-11-2020 3:30 pm
Event End Date 12-11-2020 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 11-10-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 12-11-2020
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30
Supporting SEND in mainstream 13.11.20

Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) have the greatest need for excellent teaching and are entitled to provision that supports achievement at, and enjoyment of, school. 
The attainment gap between pupils with SEND and their peers is twice as big as the gap between pupils eligible for free school meals and their peers.

Yet in such challenging times, how do you ensure you are providing the most effective curriculum that meets each individual’s needs?

Designed around the EEF’s SEN In Mainstream Schools’ guidance, this training will support primary and secondary mainstream colleagues by discussing evidence based recommendations which are easily implemented into both classroom strategies and whole school ethos.

Target audience:

· SENDCOs

· Senior/middle leaders with an SEN / teaching and learning responsibility

Event Date 13-11-2020 9:00 am
Event End Date 13-11-2020 12:30 pm
Registration Start Date 05-10-2020
Available places 27
Cut off date 13-11-2020
Individual Price £40.00
£40.00 27
Positive parental engagement 17.11.20

Parents play a crucial role in supporting their children’s learning, and levels of parental engagement are consistently associated with better academic outcomes.

Evidence suggests that effective parental engagement can lead to learning gains of +3 months over the course of a year. 

Yet it can be difficult to involve all parents in ways that effectively support children’s learning, especially if the parents’ own experiences of school weren’t positive.

Designed around the EEF’s Working With Parents To Support Children’s Learning amongst other sources,  this training will support primary and secondary schools to work with parents – particularly those from disadvantaged homes.

The course is designed for senior/middle leaders as well as class teachers. 
It offers four clear and actionable recommendations which will support an evidence-informed approach and raise positive parental engagement.

Event Date 17-11-2020 9:00 am
Event End Date 17-11-2020 12:30 pm
Registration Start Date 05-10-2020
Available places 27
Cut off date 17-11-2020
Individual Price £40.00
£40.00 27
EAL - English as an additional language 24.11

This primary CPD course will draw upon pupil case studies and “tried and tested” resources to explore:

  • EAL-related definitions
  • The underlying principles of EAL pedagogy
  • The use of EAL assessment to identify strengths and areas for development
  • Classroom approaches to develop academic language for EAL and all pupils

Through various school improvement approaches, Catherine has collaborated effectively with education leaders, teaching practitioners, BME pupils and their families to develop and deliver inclusive practice for BME pupils including those who learn through English as an Additional Language. In 2018, Catherine was appointed as an EAL Academy Associate and as a trainer for the Bell Foundation.

For more information see www.betterbilingual.co.uk

Event Date 24-11-2020 9:30 am
Event End Date 24-11-2020 12:30 pm
Registration Start Date 15-10-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 24-11-2020
Individual Price £40.00
£40.00 30
Science subject leader cluster 24.11.20

These popular termly subject leader clusters provide an opportunity to get together to discuss and share best practice while keeping up-to-date with new developments.

Facilitated by SLEs, these sessions will cover a range of current topics.

Bring along examples of work to share, engage in professional dialogue and exchange ideas.

Event Date 24-11-2020 4:00 pm
Event End Date 24-11-2020 5:30 pm
Registration Start Date 24-09-2020
Available places 28
Cut off date 24-11-2020
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 28
Autism champions post-16 network 02.12.20

Help to foster a positive culture towards Autism in your setting and help your children and young adults with Autism to thrive emotionally and academically among their peers by becoming an Autism Champion.

This year the ASD Support Service is relaunching our Autism Champions Networks to include Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Post 16 settings. We are aiming for all schools and education settings in B&NES to have an identified ‘Autism Champion’, who can support pupils with autism and their families.

Autism champions can be any professional from the settings above who would like to become an advocate for their children and young adults with autism. Autism champions will have an existing awareness of ASD, compassion for the children and young people they work with and a desire to further their professional development and nurture the understanding of others.

The network meets three times a year and each time there will be:

An opportunity to network with other Autism Champions

  • A training focus
  • Sharing good practice
  • News and updates
  • Sharing of resources
  • Focussed discussions

We request that a booking is made for each session please.

Event Date 02-12-2020 3:30 pm
Event End Date 02-12-2020 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 11-10-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 02-12-2020
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30

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