Calendar

Jan
25
Mon
Governance Training Event – Pupil Premium
Jan 25 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Microsoft Teams

This session will help you to:

  • Understand the purpose of the Pupil Premium Grant
  • Understand how you can support and challenge the impact of the Pupil Premium spending in your school

You will leave with a bank of ideas, questions and resources that you can use back in your school

To book:

email Nlea@riverscofe.co.uk with

  • Delegate name
  • School
  • Email
  • Telephone
Feb
8
Mon
Governance Training Event – Send Governance
Feb 8 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Microsoft Teams

This training will help you to:

  • Understand the legislation governing SEND in schools
  • Understand the role of the SENDCO
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the SEND Governor

You will leave with a bank of ideas and questions that you can use to challenge and support back in school

To book:

email Nlea@riverscofe.co.uk with

  • Delegate name
  • School
  • Email
  • Telephone
Mar
3
Wed
English Subject Leader Network Meetings 2020/2021
Mar 3 @ 3:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Primary Education

Mode of Delivery : Online

The University of Worcester leads termly network meetings for subject leaders of primary Literacy/English.

Every meeting includes:

The latest updates regarding your role in subject leadership: these will include up to the minute OFSTED messages; national updates related to your subject leader role and exploration of data.

An opportunity to stay up to date by exploring key area of teaching and learning, particular curriculum areas, or latest pedagogies, led by experts.

A chance to network with other subject leaders, share experiences and ‘magpie’!

To book your place please email cpdeducation@worc.ac.uk

Mar
9
Tue
Purposeful talk to deepen learning in the primary classroom
Mar 9 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Two twilight online webinars led by David Barclay

In partnership with the Rivers Teaching Alliance

Second Date : Tuesday 23rd March 2021 16.00 – 18.00

Develop an understanding of

  • the relationship between learning to talk well and learning well through talk
  • why developing exploratory talk is vital to deepen children’s thinking
  • ways in which purposeful talk can be modelled, scaffolded and organised

Gain practical classroom strategies which

  • are applicable across all areas of the primary curriculum
  • develop pupils’ use of mature and subject-specific vocabulary
  • make it easier for pupils to think harder, articulate their thinking more clearly and achieve at a higher standard

To book email Natalie Lea (nlea@riverscofe.co.uk)

 

Mar
10
Wed
Mathematics Subject Leader Network Meetings 2020/2021
Mar 10 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Primary Education

Mode of Delivery : Online

The University of Worcester leads termly network meetings for subject leaders of primary mathematics.

Every meeting includes:

Aspects of school improvement and national updates related to your subject leadership and management role.

There is the opportunity to explore in more depth, an aspect of teaching and learning related to national and local need.

The opportunity to network with others, share your experiences and establish ways forward.

Finally every session includes the quirkier side of mathematics for you to engage with!

Mar
18
Thu
Early Years Leader Network Meetings 2020/21
Mar 18 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The University of Worcester leads termly network meetings for Early Years Leaders.

Meetings will include:

  • The valuable opportunity to network with others, share your experiences and establish ways forward.
  • Opportunity to explore in more depth aspect of teaching and learning related to national and local need.
  • Aspects of school improvement and subject leadership.
  • The opportunity to consider new research and next practice.

The sessions will be run by Dr Carla Solvason and Niki Stobbs

5th November 2020

14th January 2021

18th March 2021

24th June 2021

 

If you wish to enrol please email cpdeducation@worc.ac.uk

Mar
23
Tue
PSHE Subject Leader Network Meetings 2020/2021
Mar 23 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Primary Education

The University of Worcester will be leading new termly network meetings for subject leaders of PSHE.

The second session (23 March – online) will focus on Relationships and Sex Education and will cover the following:

  • How and when to teach puberty lessons
  • What is statutory and what’s not
  • An exploration of useful resources
  • How to ensure a strong parental partnership
  • Dealing with the tricky questions

For the first session please see 10 November  – online

For the final session please see 18 May – face to face £55 per delegate

 

To book your place please email cpdeducation@worcs.ac.uk

Mar
25
Thu
SENDi Subject Leader Network Meetings 2020/2021
Mar 25 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Primary Education

The University of Worcester will be leading new termly network meetings for subject leaders of SENDi

The second session (25 March – online) will focus on Supporting children with Dyslexia or Dyslexic traits. We will cover some of the following topics:

  • Initial pupil concerns
  • Supportive strategies within the classroo
  • Whole school support strategies
  • Where to go for external/additional help

For the first session please see 12 November  2020

For the final session please see 20th May 2021

To book your place please email cpdeducation@worc.ac.uk

May
18
Tue
PSHE Subject Leader Network Meetings 2020/21
May 18 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Primary Education

The University of Worcester will be leading new termly network meetings for subject leaders of PSHE.

This final session (18 May – face to face) will focus on the living in the wider world strand of PSHE; we will cover some of the following topics:

  • Creating a spiral curriculum
  • Financial Education
  • Teaching about inclusive communities
  • Sustainability
  • Careers Education

For the first session please see 10 November  – online

For the second session please see 23 March – online

 

To book your place please email cpdeducation@worcs.ac.uk

May
20
Thu
SENDi Subject Leader Network Meetings 2020/2021
May 20 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Primary Education

The University of Worcester will be leading new termly network meetings for subject leaders of SENDi

This final session (20 May face to face) will focus on supporting pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  We will cover some of the following topics:

  • Supportive classroom strategies
  • Working in partnership with parents/carers
  • Whole school strategies
  • Where to find external/additional support

For the first session please see 12 November 2020

For the second session please see 25 March 2021

To book your place please email cpdeducation@worc.ac.uk