This course will provide teachers with the opportunity to discuss their children’s work and moderate their judgements in line with the Assessment Framework for KS1 Writing. Please bring 2/3 examples of children’s independent writing to share. Please take a photo of it or have your camera/ visualiser nearby to show it or scan into a PowerPoint. Please bring 2/3 examples of children’s independent reading work to share (including video evidence) to share.
The Professional Learning Community for SEND will be a peer session for SENCOs, ARP leads and others who would like to join an ongoing learning and support group.
The session will provide overview guidance on ways to improve Top-Up & ECHs applications including the use of evidence to strengthen applications.
Led by Claire our RE advisor, Religious Education network meetings are arranged to provide opportunities to bring together RE subject leaders within primary schools to meet, network and work collaboratively on projects and help them in middle manager responsibilities. Every meeting provides a focus on rich subject knowledge on a religion or worldview, building up RE leaders own subject specialism and ability to lead a staff team expertly in teaching RE
This session will provide an overview of: •Code of Practice - definition of SEND •Indicators / identification of SEND •Graduated approach to SEND •Useful strategies and resources – starting points
Supporting Maths Teaching & Learning in Y2 All you need to know to prepare for Statutory Assessment at the end of KS1
This session will support teachers to best prepare their children for the end of the KS1 assessments and moderation process; ensuring that they are familiar with statutory and non-statutory requirements, DFE publications and key dates. This training will also give new and existing year two teachers an opportunity to explore a range of teaching and learning strategies, games, and activities to support and prepare year 2 children for their end of year assessments.
The ‘Making Sense of Autism’ session will give you a better understanding of autism and how it affects children and young people in your setting. It is suitable for practitioners working in both mainstream and specialist settings.
An overview of the Y6 3D modelling unit in the NCCE Teach Computing Curriculum, using the TinkerCAD website.
This short course aims to support participants to develop a framework to support children’s emotional wellbeing and mental health in your educational setting.