Lead, manage and inspire your colleagues to achieve outstanding levels of performance. 10th consecutive year for this globally recognised course
What every teacher needs to know about memory, practice and revision for Knowledge-exams
Making English the beating heart of your school and inspiring students with the wondrous possibilities of the English curriculum
Providing successful strategies for engaging with the more able rather than simply Identifying them
Do you want to find out what the most effective TA’s really do? Do you want to enhance your approaches to supporting pupils with Literacy and Numeracy issues? Do you want to attend a course full of realistic and practical ideas to help you do this?
The practical guide to developing questioning skills, effective feedback, student independence and ensuring greater challenge
An intermediate course for teachers with some previous experience of teaching programming and/or Python
Let us close the photocopier, Reengage with the art of teaching and Reignite the love of science
PE is the perfect subject area in which to use iPads and mobile technology. They can be used highly effectively to assess students’ performance with video records, to allow tactics and rules to be discussed and to demonstrate techniques, thus saving hours as students can view these techniques online as part of flipped lessons. Learn how to best utilise these devices even if you only have one iPad per department. The iPad’s ability to quickly record, manipulate and share information makes it an invaluable tool. The course will demonstrate how the iPad has a genuine place at the heart of PE teaching and will be delivered by one of the UK’s leaders in the educational use of iPads. NOTE: All delegates MUST bring a fully charged iPad with them, as well as the downloaded apps specified. A list of required apps will be sent one week prior to the running of the course.
The essential tools and strategies for excelling as a middle manager and leader
Practical tips to become an effective Senior Leader in a school where delegation can be difficult
Identifying issues and applying bespoke, effective strategies to improve progress
A powerful training day that will give you a fresh and unique perspective on managing the diverse needs of the pupils you teach - and it all begins with YOU!
Attendance on this course will give you the opportunity to explore the structure of SPaG within the Framework for English. It will help to clarify the progression of learning and teaching from FS to Y6 and will enable you to plan for progression and continuity across the age phases. There will also be an opportunity to brush up on your own SPaG skills if you wish to.
Discover the importance of physical activity in the early years and find out how to embed learning for young children (aged 2-5 years) in fun, physically active play.
This course by Literacy Consultant Tim Dawson shows you how to underpin and reinforce your students’ use, knowledge and understanding of English Grammar as outlined in the 2014 National Curriculum. Tim has designed this course to help you negotiate the requirements of the new curriculum for Key Stages 3 and 4 in the light of the expectations for Key Stage 2.
New SEND legislation will come into force from September 2014 and the SEND Code of Practice, soon to be published, will outline all of the changes and information for supporting children and young people aged 0 - 25 along their educational journey. This training session will outline the changes in the Code of Practice and the implications for Early Years providers, schools and those working with young people post-16.
Getting children hooked back into learning
Make a powerful ally in delivering the computing curriculum in the form of a programmable orange cat!
Effective, dynamic teaching and learning in every primary classroom
Quick and easy planning for motivated mixed ability language
What does it all mean in terms of day-to-day teaching in real classrooms?
Deliver the computing curriculum by creating apps for mobiles with MIT App Inventor.
The use of iPads in education is a revolution that's only just begun. One of the most exciting prospects for schools that have bought iPads is filmmaking, because now pupils can shoot, edit and upload with a single device. Not wishing to overdo it, but as a step in the progress of information technology this is as significant as the Guttenburg press or the invention of television!
Filmmaking is not only fun, creative and rewarding, it's also a great way to explore and learn. With inexpensive cameras and software available in most schools, you're never too young or too old to start your career as a filmmaker.
Engage and motivate your KS3 and KS4 pupils with tried and tested strategies for delivering outstanding computing.
Created in partnership with a community of teachers,trainers and experts world-wide, The Linux Essentials program provides a solid foundation and in turn helps you to prepare the next generation to acquire the advanced skills needed to fill increasing shortages of workers in today's mixed IT environments.
Tried and tested classroom management strategies for History, Geography and RS teachers
If you're brand new to programming, or your programming experience was in another language in the distant past, this is the ideal starting point to give you a foundation in textual programming using Python.
An information and question and answer session focusing on the current changes in the areas of Teachers’ Standards, Performance Management and pay format and pay progression following the radical reorganisation contained in the regulations in the School Teachers Pay & Conditions Document (STPCD) 2013.
This course by leading Literacy Consultant Tim Dawson shows you how to encourage your pupils to become Grammar Slammers ahead of the new 2014 National Curriculum requirements. Tim has designed this course to help you negotiate the requirements of the new curriculum.
Responding to the challenges of working in education with confidence
Learn how to improve the performance of all of your students, but particularly the lower achievers by improving their understanding.
Physics is probably the most fun subject to teach but also is the one that can be the most intimidating.
Developing independent resilient learners and teachers in your school.
A whole-school, team approach to getting children excited about words
How to improve outcomes in writing by teaching children the way they learn best
Three children in every classroom may have a mental health need. Find out how your school can best support them.
This hands-on course is for teachers of students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, and will provide you with practical, engaging ideas to adapt the Computing Curriculum for your learners.
Some kids do all the talking, others rarely speak, and the inequality gets wider and wider. Close the oracy gap with these practical, fun strategies to get everyone talking.
What Every Senior Leader Needs to Know About Improving Quality and Outcomes in the EYFS
This course will provide teaching and learning ideas that will motivate learners in the maths classroom, and help teachers to recognise the continuity of the maths curriculum as pupils move through key stages.
Our new course will show you how you can exploit the full potential of the Raspberry Pi with inspiring and challenging activities for your pupils.
A new course for primary teachers to help unlock the full power of the Raspberry Pi 2.
Find out how the new SEND legislation affects you.
Turn your teaching upside down for greater pupil engagement and attainment.
The course is designed for teams who are looking to work together more cohesively and creatively with better communication and connectivity. It is a workshop which encourages play as a means of learning, negotiation and experimentation, permits failure in a safe environment and, above all, it is great fun!
Proven leadership strategies for aspiring senior leaders
Create your own Scheme of Work to deliver the Primary Computing Curriculum.
Powerful strategies to boost performance in the key stage 2 reading SAT.
Supporting you in assessing pupils' development in all four broad areas of need as described in the SEND Code of Practice.
How to improve assessment practices in the classroom without adding to your bureaucratic burden.
Why pay for a VLE when Google Classroom does it all (and more) for free? Find out how to get the most out of Google's powerful education offering with award-winning author, blogger and tweeter Mark Anderson (@ICTEvangelist)
The Raspberry Pi Introduction Workshop is about getting you up to speed on the £26 computer that's spearheading a fundamental change in the way technology is taught. It will help you over the initial hurdles and guide you hands-on through set-up and connection of peripherals to programming and interfacing with basic electronic devices.
Rapidly develop a scheme of work that's right for your school and see your performance in computing improve.
Effective, dynamic teaching and learning in every primary classroom