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Event code:
SCH/20/155
Starts:
Monday 8 February 2021 16:00 - 18:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Delivery via Zoom

This course/session will revisit the value and importance of talk and oracy in the classroom to support learning.

Colleagues will consider a range of practical ideas and strategies that can be used in the classroom to promote talk and improve pupils’ oracy

As a result, colleagues will:
• Be more confident in planning and developing ‘talk for learning’ opportunities – ‘oracy’ using a range of practical strategies/activities
• Have a deeper understanding of progression and expectations re: talk
• Take away a ‘toolkit’ of practical ideas and strategies that you can use to effectively support oracy (talk for understanding) in the classroom

Audience: NQT, RQT’s and teaching assistants

Cost:
• £30 + VAT with the NQT SLA
• £40 + VAT without the NQT SLA
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 8 February 202116:00 - 18:00Virtual Delivery

RoomVia Zoom
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Event code:
SCH/20/247
Starts:
Tuesday 9 February 2021 15:30 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Wellbeing for Education Return Covid-19: Supporting Resilience and Wellbeing of Students and Staff is being delivered virtually.

The training is free due to Worcestershire Children First securing a DfE funding grant

Places are limited to two per school, per course. If you wish to book extra these will added to the waiting list.

Session 1: we will be exploring the themes of resilience and wellbeing in order to create a shared understanding of: vocabulary and research around resilience and wellbeing; how the pandemic has impacted on the development of resilience and wellbeing; biological responses to stress and how the brain influences learning and behaviour; and different ways to promote resilience and wellbeing in schools following the pandemic.

Session 2: will have a more practical focus, exploring strategies that schools can employ to assess and promote resilience and wellbeing on an individual, group and whole-school level. In this session we will also outline local and national support services and resources which schools can access to enable them to foster resilience and wellbeing well into the future.

Trainers: Holly Brighton and Cathy Byng
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 9 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 2Thursday 11 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/316
Starts:
Wednesday 10 February 2021 13:00 - 15:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Continuous provision describes the exciting learning that is available in the environment every day to the children, both inside and outside. The well-chosen resources will help the children develop their play, practice their newly acquired skills and have lots of ideas of what to do next.

During this course we will explore part of your essential role as an adult in the early years environment - observing how the children are learning, in other words, the characteristics of effective learning. Where do you see children ‘having a go’ at a new learning opportunity and how do you encourage them to continue? If a child is curious about something they've just seen or heard, how can you encourage them to find out more and still be an independent learner? What might problem-solving look like for a four or five year old? How are you going to identify the next steps for each unique child that you see each day in their play and how can you communicate this information to the rest of the team so that significant moments in a child's learning are acted upon and the child can make progress with their skills and knowledge through that all-important play-based approach to learning.



Delivered by Gill Deakin

Cost: £27 + VAT per person

As the training will be delivered via zoom joining instructions will be attached to your CPD confirmation, please ensure these are forwarded to the delegate.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 10 February 202113:00 - 15:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/184
Starts:
Thursday 11 February 2021 09:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Southcrest Hotel, Redditch
About this event
• For Designated Safeguarding Leads, designed to refresh and update knowledge on the Early Help and Child Protection Procedures.

• To understand DSL roles and responsibilities

• To understand how and when to make a referral to Family Front Door (FFD)

• To be confident when to share/not share and/or seek advice about information sharing

• To be confident in undertaking an Early Help Assessment

Cost: Free to schools who have purchased the Education Safeguarding Support SLA

Lunch is provided - please ensure all dietary needs are noted at the point of booking
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 11 February 202109:00 - 16:00Southcrest Hotel, Redditch

RoomAuxerre Suite
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Event code:
SCH/20/263
Starts:
Thursday 11 February 2021 13:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
‘…middle leaders are the engine of any school. In many ways you are the most important leadership group in the school. The most important!’ Sir Michael Wilshaw.

Since 2014 the role of the subject lead/phase leader in school has been under the spotlight. As leaders of learning, their influence and impact are key in securing improvements in teaching and learning and improving pupil outcomes

This course consists of 3 sessions, focusing on Leading from the middle to support school improvement; Leading Teaching and Learning and Leading and Sustaining Change.

During these sessions’ colleagues will:
• Review their roles and responsibilities as a middle/subject leader in today’s educational climate, focusing upon change management and how to lead and manage teams effectively
• Consider the importance of using and analysing a range of data to identify priorities and inform practice, leading to sustained improvements in teaching and learning and pupil outcomes
• Review a range of monitoring activities that can be used to support effective self –evaluation, including deep dive work scrutinies lesson drop ins, pupil/staff voice,
• Identify areas of strength and areas for further development to support sustained change and improvement

Cost:
* Universal - £100 + VAT
* Focus and Intensive - FREE

When booking please quote your school category, the price will then be amended. If you do not then you will be charged
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 11 February 202113:00 - 16:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 2Tuesday 2 March 202113:00 - 16:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 3Wednesday 24 March 202113:00 - 16:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/312
Starts:
Thursday 11 February 2021 13:15 - 15:15
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Continuous provision describes the exciting learning that is available in the environment every day to the children, both inside and outside. The well-chosen resources will help the children develop their play, practice their newly acquired skills and have lots of ideas of what to do next.

During this course we will explore part of your essential role as an adult in the early years environment - observing how the children are learning, in other words, the characteristics of effective learning. Where do you see children ‘having a go’ at a new learning opportunity and how do you encourage them to continue? If a child is curious about something they've just seen or heard, how can you encourage them to find out more and still be an independent learner? What might problem-solving look like for a four or five year old? How are you going to identify the next steps for each unique child that you see each day in their play and how can you communicate this information to the rest of the team so that significant moments in a child's learning are acted upon and the child can make progress with their skills and knowledge through that all-important play-based approach to learning.



Delivered by Gill Deakin

Cost: £27 + VAT per person

As the training will be delivered via zoom joining instructions will be attached to your CPD confirmation, please ensure these are forwarded to the delegate.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 11 February 202113:15 - 15:15Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/185
Starts:
Tuesday 23 February 2021 09:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Perdiswell Young People's Leisure Club, Worcester
About this event
• For Designated Safeguarding Leads, designed to refresh and update knowledge on the Early Help and Child Protection Procedures.

• To understand DSL roles and responsibilities

• To understand how and when to make a referral to Family Front Door (FFD)

• To be confident when to share/not share and/or seek advice about information sharing

• To be confident in undertaking an Early Help Assessment

Cost: Free to schools who have purchased the Education Safeguarding Support SLA

Lunch is provided - please ensure all dietary needs are noted at the point of booking
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 23 February 202109:00 - 16:00Perdiswell Young People's Leisure Club, WorcesterMap
Event code:
SCH/20/248
Starts:
Tuesday 23 February 2021 15:30 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Wellbeing for Education Return Covid-19: Supporting Resilience and Wellbeing of Students and Staff is being delivered virtually.

The training is free due to Worcestershire Children First securing a DfE funding grant

Places are limited to two per school, per course. If you wish to book extra these will added to the waiting list.

Session 1: we will be exploring the themes of resilience and wellbeing in order to create a shared understanding of: vocabulary and research around resilience and wellbeing; how the pandemic has impacted on the development of resilience and wellbeing; biological responses to stress and how the brain influences learning and behaviour; and different ways to promote resilience and wellbeing in schools following the pandemic.

Session 2: will have a more practical focus, exploring strategies that schools can employ to assess and promote resilience and wellbeing on an individual, group and whole-school level. In this session we will also outline local and national support services and resources which schools can access to enable them to foster resilience and wellbeing well into the future.

Trainers: Dave Scott and Cathy Byng
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 23 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 2Thursday 25 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/156
Starts:
Wednesday 24 February 2021 16:00 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Delivery via Zoom

This session will revisit the key principles of effective questioning.

During this webinar colleagues will revisit some of the characteristics of effective teaching and consider a range of practical strategies and activities that promotes effective questioning in the classroom.

We will share ideas and colleagues will take away a trusted toolkit of strategies to further support their use of questioning in the classroom.


Audience: NQT, RQT’s and teaching assistants

Cost:
• £20 + VAT with the NQT SLA
• £30 + VAT without the NQT SLA
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 24 February 202116:00 - 17:00Virtual Delivery

RoomVia Zoom
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Event code:
SCH/20/317
Starts:
Wednesday 24 February 2021 13:00 - 15:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Continuous provision describes the exciting learning that is available in the environment every day to the children, both inside and outside. The well-chosen resources will help the children develop their play, practice their newly acquired skills and have lots of ideas of what to do next.

During this course we will explore part of your essential role as an adult in the early years environment - observing how the children are learning, in other words, the characteristics of effective learning. Where do you see children ‘having a go’ at a new learning opportunity and how do you encourage them to continue? If a child is curious about something they've just seen or heard, how can you encourage them to find out more and still be an independent learner? What might problem-solving look like for a four or five year old? How are you going to identify the next steps for each unique child that you see each day in their play and how can you communicate this information to the rest of the team so that significant moments in a child's learning are acted upon and the child can make progress with their skills and knowledge through that all-important play-based approach to learning.



Delivered by Gill Deakin

Cost: £27 + VAT per person

As the training will be delivered via zoom joining instructions will be attached to your CPD confirmation, please ensure these are forwarded to the delegate.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 24 February 202113:00 - 15:00Virtual DeliveryMap
 
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