Tickets £20, with discounts for groups and for alliance schools.
The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust (CWMT) is a registered charity that provides mental health training talks and resources to young people and those who work with or care f0r them.
The session will cover the following areas:
- What do we mean by self harm?
- Why might young people self-harm?
- Risks and triggers
- Talking to a young person who is self-harming or who has self-harming thoughts
- Sources of support and information
This session will be delivered using a mix of information slides and film clips plus discussion exercises and a chance to share good practice.
There is much that can be learnt from studying lessons, noticing teaching decisions and considering the impact of these decision on learners. For new teachers, the study of a lesson can be enhanced by listening to experienced teachers discussing their observations and then reflecting on this discussion.
These days will provide NQTs with an opportunity to observe a lesson alongside experienced teachers, listen to the teachers discuss their observations of the lesson and then discuss their own observations with peers. It is an opportunity to consider the intention, implementation and impact of teaching within a single lesson.
EAL learners will need significant and intensive catch-up support to close an attainment gap that has been intensified by the national Covid-19 lockdown. They may have had a limited or lack of exposure to a broad range of English language, including the academic language needed to be successful across the curriculum.
When teaching pupils with English as an additional language, building vocabulary is key to progressing their level of English in all skills. Our keynote speaker, Dr Victoria Murphy, will talk about the importance of addressing the EAL Word Gap.
Join us for this year’s English as an additional language Conference for brilliant presenters and workshop leaders. The conference will include stimulating presentations on a combination of research-based best practices and approaches, as well as opportunities for workshops and discussions.
Suitable for maintained, academy and free schools this course provides an overview of governor/trustee responsibilities in relation to the DfE Exclusion Guidance for maintained schools, academies and pupil referral units in England. Suitable for maintained, academy and free schools this course provides an overview of governor/trustee responsibilities in relation to the DfE Exclusion Guidance for maintained schools, academies and pupil referral units in England.
Clerks may also find this training useful and are welcome to attend.
The two half-days in this programme will explore key ideas in mathematics teaching including the principles underpinning teaching for mastery, the importance of reasoning and assessing understanding. Participating teachers will have an opportunity to discuss areas of mathematics teaching they find challenging and explore ways to be more effective. Targeted at early career teachers, the day will also be suitable for returning teachers and teachers new to primary.
(Various dates in May)
This termly network provide an opportunity for SENCos and other senior leaders from mainstream and special schools and colleges with responsibilities for vulnerable learners to meet, share ideas and hear the latest local, regional and national information and statutory requirements. There will be a focus on provision and outcomes for learners with special educational needs, disabilities and other vulnerabilities.
(These networks are funded through Linwood Teaching School Alliance. Pre-booking is required)