Online Course / Webinar

Can't write, won't write - Primary

Writing Skills workshop for reluctant writers

Primary version

This interactive and hands-on workshop focusses on strategies to support reluctant writers to get their ideas down on paper through fiction and non-fiction . The strategies will reduce cognitive overload and provide practical solutions to address the three key reasons why writing can be so difficult for some learners.

Event Date 23-03-2021 1:00 pm
Event End Date 23-03-2021 3:30 pm
Individual Price £50.00
Understanding Autistic Spectrum Conditions and building an inclusive school with reduced anxiety

Tickets £35, with discounts for groups and for alliance schools

Autistic spectrum conditions affect so many aspects of how a young person engages with school, their peers and teachers, and the process of learning. In this session we will explore what it means to have an autistic spectrum disorder and how high levels of anxiety cause huge barriers to progress and what we as individuals and whole schools can do about this.

This twilight session will further your knowledge of:

  • the range of autistic spectrum conditions and associated behaviours
  • Practical strategies to reduce anxiety and enable learning

You will also receive information resources to share with colleagues to maximise the impact of this training in your setting.

Event Date 23-03-2021 3:30 pm
Autism and Girls

The Communication and Interaction Team (C&I) are delivering a workshop designed for school staff to develop their knowledge of and skills in supporting girls with autism, both pre- and post- diagnosis. 

Event Date 24-03-2021 1:30 pm
Safeguarding Forum

Safeguarding forums offer an opportunity for professionals who have a senior role in child protection to refresh their safeguarding knowledge and understanding, receive updates and share best practice with colleagues.Safeguarding forums offer an opportunity for professionals who have a senior role in child protection to refresh their safeguarding knowledge and understanding, receive updates and share best practice with colleagues in a similar role from a wide range of settings within your area.

The forums are also designed to provide Designated Safeguarding Officers with an alternative means of refreshing their Group 3 training (sanctioned by the Devon Safeguarding Children’s Board) as regular attendance will act as training to comply with Keeping Children Safe in Education.

(Various dates in March)

Event Date 24-03-2021 1:30 pm
Edtech Demonstrator Programme and SW Offer | At Home Engagement

The ‘EdTech Demonstrator Programme’ is delighted to offer this FREE short eLearning course. The aim is to provide a differentiated CPD partnership,  providing support and training to our schools and colleges across the region, during the Spring Term 2021. 

We have created a simple process for schools to participate in the partnered (and fully funded) EdTech Demonstrator Programme: 

  1. Schools and colleges, teachers and leaders, sign up for courses via CPD Portal to gain access to offer of support - one sign up per school or college
  2. Supported settings complete Programme Initiator Document (PID)
  3. Supported settings gain access to short eLearning courses with remote education materials from Edtech Demonstrator Programme in advance of webinar
  4. Webinar tailored to the topic provides surgery style support to supported settings
  5. Further free support through Edtech Demonstrator Programme offered until Easter 2021 (up to 6 weeks).

 

Event Date 24-03-2021 1:30 pm
Edtech Demonstrator Programme and SW Offer | Pastoral Provision

The ‘EdTech Demonstrator Programme’ is delighted to offer this FREE short eLearning course. The aim is to provide a differentiated CPD partnership,  providing support and training to our schools and colleges across the region, during the Spring Term 2021. 

We have created a simple process for schools to participate in the partnered (and fully funded) EdTech Demonstrator Programme: 

  1. Schools and colleges, teachers and leaders, sign up for courses via CPD Portal to gain access to offer of support - one sign up per school or college
  2. Supported settings complete Programme Initiator Document (PID)
  3. Supported settings gain access to short eLearning courses with remote education materials from Edtech Demonstrator Programme in advance of webinar
  4. Webinar tailored to the topic provides surgery style support to supported settings
  5. Further free support through Edtech Demonstrator Programme offered until Easter 2021 (up to 6 weeks).

 

Event Date 24-03-2021 4:00 pm

Please contact the event provider if you have a question.

EdTech Demonstrator Programme SE/ Home engagement

Now accepting registrations! 

The EdTech Demonstrator Programme SE is delighted to launch a series of FREE differentiated CPD offer,  providing support and training to our SE settings across the region from our network of 48 Demonstrator schools and colleges, during the course of the Spring Term 2021. 

This course is on 'home engagement'

Engagement with both families and students when off site is key to continuing learning. Using digital solutions means you can make your curriculum and socialisation continue when students are off-site.

Access includes to this CPD page and the Demonstrator webinar that accompanies the topic. If you would like further peer-to-peer support (for up to 6 weeks intensive peer-to-peer support and remote education coaching, please contact the Demonstrator setting directly.

Event Date 25-03-2021 4:00 pm
EYFS Briefings for schools only

EYFS Briefings for schools only (virtual event)Join your Early Years Consultants and keep up keep up-to-date with current Early Years issues and developments as well as providing invaluable remote networking opportunities during current times.

In Spring 2021 we will be running briefings in February 21 (to replace those that should have run in Summer 20) and then a second set, with different content, during March 21.

(Various dates from February to March)

Event Date 26-03-2021 1:30 pm
Behaviour Conference: Are Your Children Able to Learn?

This conference will explore relational approaches that seek to meet the needs of all our learners, including children at risk.

A key Ofsted question is ‘Are your children able to learn?

Learning behaviours and wellbeing are intrinsically linked and the current Ofsted framework puts an increased focus on pupil well-being, behaviour and attitudes.

“Students who are anxious, angry or depressed don’t learn; people who are in these states do not take in information efficiently or deal with it well” – Daniel Goleman

This conference will explore relational approaches that seek to meet the needs of all our learners, including children at risk. Keynote speakers and workshop leaders will help you develop universal provision within your setting that will benefit key individuals and all other children through:

  • Developing and maintaining threads of connection
  • Establishing classroom steadiness through co-regulation
  • Promoting a sense of calm in our learning environments
Event Date 30-03-2021 9:00 am
Individual Price £165.00
New and Aspiring Heads Conference Warm-up - Webinar

Join us for a webinar looking forward to NAHT’s Conference on Tuesday 18 May aimed at those of you new to headship - or working hard towards getting there.

We’ll be featuring some of the presenters we’ve got lined up to address the conference and asking them to give us a sneak preview of what’s on offer and what you can expect from the conference itself.

Our CPD for new and aspiring senior leaders has been formulated by successful and experienced senior leaders from all sectors. It provides sound foundations, so you return to your school refreshed and equipped to develop your vision or plan your pathway to headship, as well as prioritise the daily demands of your new role. You will enjoy hearing insights from practitioners and other experts, gain a picture of the changing educational landscape and consider ways to sustain your personal resilience throughout your career. There will be opportunities to network with other new school leaders and members of the NAHT team.

We provide the highest standards of support and advice throughout your time as a school leader - whether you will be leading in the early years, primary, secondary or special schools and alternative provision.

On becoming a new school leader, we know that you’ll have competing priorities; we think you should have the opportunity to develop your potential, which is why we are offering this conference at subsidised rates to members.

The conference is on 18th May 2021, click here to book.

Event Date 30-03-2021 9:30 am