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2020

September
Friday 18 September 2020
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Ensuring pupils who have SEND achieve the best possible outcomes

Participants will have the opportunity to review their current provision for its pupils who have special educational needs and disabilities. Underpinned by the EEF research ‘Special Educational Need in Mainstream Schools’ will explore some of the findings from the report and evaluate their provision accordingly.

A variety of self-evaluative toolkits will be disseminated and participants will have the opportunity to examine the latest pedagogical and curricular implications for pupils who have SEND.

 

  • Ensure the curriculum is ambitious and helps create a positive and supportive environment for all pupils with SEND.
  • Explore how teachers can adapt the way they teach to ensure pupils with SEND can access the curriculum fully achieving the best outcomes they can
  • Use a toolkit that will support robust self-evaluation of the provision for pupils who have SEND.
  • Have a better understanding of how the provision for pupils with SEND is undertake through the ‘deep dive’ process
  • Engage with latest research that will support leaders and practitioners in school
  • Consider a range of ways to complement high quality teaching with carefully selected small-group and one-to- one interventions phase
  • Explore ways that TAs can be effectively deployed to ensure their work has the best impact on pupils academic, pastoral, behavioural and emotional outcomes
  • Network with fellow colleagues sharing good practice and approaches to manage workload
  • Identify next steps for improvement

Aimed at All schools, Heads, senior leaders, SENCOs, middle leaders, department leaders, leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 25 September 2020
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Senior Leader & Governors Briefing with DRBIgnite
  • Update senior leaders and directors on current educational thinking
  • To keep abreast of changes both imposed and optional
  • To consider the impact of current initiatives

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Tuesday 29 September 2020
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Science (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Tuesday 29 September 2020
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Physical Education (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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October
Friday 02 October 2020
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Geography (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 02 October 2020
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - History (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Monday 05 October 2020
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Improving the Effectiveness of Underperforming Teachers

Creating and maintaining a huge responsibility for the leadership of the school. This one- day course offers guidance and supportive strategies to engage with and improve the performance of underperforming colleagues. This day will consider asupportive programme of tailored support to improve teacher effectiveness.

  • Explore a variety of reasons why teachers’ underperformance may have arisen
  • Consider a range of practical support strategies that seeks to develop and improve the quality of teaching.
  • Ensure that colleagues are self-reflective and provide line managers with ways to develop this in those colleagues who are less so.
  • Examine the role that performance reviews and plans have and look at essential aspects of these.
  • Reflect on a whole school approach to maintaining and developing teacher performance through effective CPD.
  • Explore key factors in recruiting the highest calibre colleagues during the recruitment process.

Aimed at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, governors

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 15 October 2020 - Friday 16 October 2020
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Head Teachers Conference

Gold & Silver Members Only

Location

TBC

£0+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 22 October 2020
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SENCo – Collaboration Network

While every SENCo is there to make a huge difference to the lives of some of our most vulnerable and complex children, the role itself can be  lonely, overwhelming and isolating.  With this in mind, we decided to set up the SENCo Collaboration Meetings to provide all SENCos with an opportunity to network, troubleshoot, share good practice and discuss all things SEND-related.  The meetings will have an informal feel and the agenda will be very much based on the needs of the attendees, the aim being that everybody will feel a much greater level of support as part of a wider SENCo network by the end of the day.

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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November
Friday 20 November 2020
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Art & Design (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 20 November 2020
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Design & Technology (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 27 November 2020
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Successful Leadership

This course focuses on the style of the leader and the direct impact that they can have on their team’s success. Managers gain an insight into successful leadership practices and styles, with an emphasis on understanding their own preferred style. The ability to apply and adapt their style to the situation is covered and course moves on to ways of building trust and creating an open culture to ensure the best results from their team.

Topics covered:

  • Examining leadership practices
  • Understanding leadership styles
  • Identifying and profiling your preferred style
  • Adapting your leadership style according to the situation
  • Defining organisational cultures
  • Building trust in your team
  • Creating a culture of success

Benefits include:

  • A clear understanding of where they fit in the organisation
  • Increased ability to build relationships
  • The ability to communicate for impact
  • Stronger links within the organisation
  • Greater collaboration
  • Results-focused planning

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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December
Friday 04 December 2020
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Emotional Intelligence

This course defines and trains you and other managers on how to understand and control your own emotions in a business context. Additionally you will look deeper into the emotional manifestations of others and how better to understand them so as to strengthen your leadership style and support your team where appropriate. This understanding will be crucial to making the right decisions within and outside of your own area.

Benefits include:

  • Better interpersonal relationships
  • More measured reactions to stressful or challenging situations
  • Less conflict between individuals
  • More objective decision making
  • Better interpersonal relationships

Topics covered:

  • Defining emotional intelligence
  • Becoming aware of your emotions and their impact
  • Recognising your emotions in stressful situations
  • Controlling your emotions
  • Broadening your range of reactions to situations
  • Spotting how people are feeling
  • Showing empathy and support for others
  • Gaining a more objective point of view
  • Understanding and relating to others

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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2021

January
Monday 11 January 2021
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Attendance and the Education Inspection Framework

The new Education Inspection Framework has prioritised the curriculum as the ‘real substance of education’. A significant proportion of pupils not accessing the curriculum at all are those that are not in school, this makes absence even more important for inspector.

Participants will reflect on the way inspectors will evaluate attendance. The course will provide opportunities to evaluate the effectiveness of the school’s systems and procedures to promote good attendance.

Through the session participants will:

  • Develop a greater awareness of how attendance will be evaluated in the current inspection framework
  • including ‘off rolling’, ‘alternative provision’ and part time timetables
  • Explore ways to develop a better understanding of the role of other school stakeholders in improving attendance
  • Consider the challenges of the ‘attendance officer’ faces and explore range of practical solutions to manage these effectively
  • Use a toolkit that will support robust self-evaluation of the school’s attendance systems and procedures
  • Look at development of effective case studies
  • Share good practice and network with other colleagues

Aimed at: All schools, Heads, senior leaders, attendance officers, business managers

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 15 January 2021
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Enhancing the Effectiveness of Middle Leaders

This course will enable participants to explore key aspects of the role of middle leadership including data analysis, lesson observation and monitoring and evaluation activities.

It is a mixture of direct instruction, activities and discussion

  • Be aware of latest requirements in revised inspection frameworks (September 2019) to identify what Ofsted wants to see from a middle leader – produce the correct evidence, recognise best practice and take responsibility for school improvement.
  • Learn the importance of being evaluative ensuring monitoring activities lead to improvement
  • Explore importance of self-evaluation and school improvement planning using the inspection framework as a starting point.
  • Through lesson observation look at practical considerations when evaluating teaching across school
  • Evaluate the impact of the curriculum and to what extent the curricular intent is being successfully implemented.
  • Develop the basic data handling skills used to monitor and evaluate attainment, progress, and achievement within your phase/ subject.
  • Develop a strategy for having difficult conversations with colleagues.
  • Engage with latest research into effective teaching strategies and how to develop these with colleagues.

Aimed at: All schools, Middle leaders current and those showing potential

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 29 January 2021
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Science (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 29 January 2021
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Physical Education (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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February
Thursday 04 February 2021
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Years 2 & 6 Moderation (am)

Moderation is the process of teachers sharing their expectations and understandings of standards with each other in order to improve the consistency of their decisions about student learning and achievement. We will be looking at:

  • Key dates
  • Changes from 2019 SATs and moderation
  • Sharing our expectations and understanding the standards in order to improvethe consistency of teacher assessment and student learning and achievement
  • Networking with colleagues
  • Achieving moderation target of meeting and moderating with a widerfederation of schools

Aimed at Year 2 & 6 Teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 04 February 2021
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Years 3, 4 & 5 Moderation (pm)

Aimed at Years 3, 4 and 5 teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 05 February 2021
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Managing Change

This workshop will give participants an understanding of and model for implementing and managing change. They will be encouraged to look at change within their own organ is at ion as well as external examples to develop insights into what does and does not work as well as why the necessity of change has to occur. In addition, participants will develop the skills required to manage people through change and effectively deal with resistance to it.

Benefits include:

  • Confidence in managing your team through change
  • Understanding of the change process
  • Skills to deal with resistance
  • Managers taking responsibility for change
  • Teams working together to implement change

Topics covered:

  • Unpacking the reasons for conflict
  • Defining change
  • Assessing the impact of the change
  • Following a change implementation process
  • Communicating and gaining buy-in to your change
  • Understanding and overcoming resistance to the change
  • Assessing the success of the change

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 11 February 2021
About this event
SENCo – Collaboration Network

While every SENCo is there to make a huge difference to the lives of some of our most vulnerable and complex children, the role itself can be  lonely, overwhelming and isolating.  With this in mind, we decided to set up the SENCo Collaboration Meetings to provide all SENCos with an opportunity to network, troubleshoot, share good practice and discuss all things SEND-related.  The meetings will have an informal feel and the agenda will be very much based on the needs of the attendees, the aim being that everybody will feel a much greater level of support as part of a wider SENCo network by the end of the day.

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 11 February 2021 - Friday 12 February 2021
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Head Teachers Conference

Gold & Silver Members Only

Location

TBC

£0+VAT Per Delegate

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Tuesday 23 February 2021
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Early Years Moderation

Aimed at Early Years Leaders & Teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 25 February 2021
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Geography (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 25 February 2021
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - History (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

Book Your Place
March
Friday 05 March 2021
About this event
Senior Leader & Governors Briefing with DRBIgnite
  • Update senior leaders and directors on current educational thinking
  • To keep abreast of changes both imposed and optional
  • To consider the impact of current initiatives

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

Book Your Place
Friday 19 March 2021
About this event
Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Art & Design (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 19 March 2021
About this event
Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Design & Technology (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

Book Your Place
April
Wednesday 28 April 2021
About this event
Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Science (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Wednesday 28 April 2021
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Physical Education (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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May
Friday 21 May 2021
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Geography (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 21 May 2021
About this event
Leading Primary Foundation Subject - History (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

Book Your Place
Friday 28 May 2021
About this event
Senior Leader & Governors Briefing with DRBIgnite
  • Update senior leaders and directors on current educational thinking
  • To keep abreast of changes both imposed and optional
  • To consider the impact of current initiatives

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

Book Your Place
June
Thursday 10 June 2021
About this event
SENCo – Collaboration Network

While every SENCo is there to make a huge difference to the lives of some of our most vulnerable and complex children, the role itself can be  lonely, overwhelming and isolating.  With this in mind, we decided to set up the SENCo Collaboration Meetings to provide all SENCos with an opportunity to network, troubleshoot, share good practice and discuss all things SEND-related.  The meetings will have an informal feel and the agenda will be very much based on the needs of the attendees, the aim being that everybody will feel a much greater level of support as part of a wider SENCo network by the end of the day.

Location

TBC

£185+VAT Per Delegate

Book Your Place
Friday 11 June 2021
About this event
Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Art & Design (am)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

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TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Friday 11 June 2021
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Leading Primary Foundation Subject - Design & Technology (pm)

These sessions will provide subject leaders with relevant professional development for the subject they lead. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with pedagogical, curricular and leadership developments as well as relevant research projects.

Subjects covered currently include Art and Design, Design and Technology, Geography, History, PE and Science.

  • Engage with research identifying key barriers to pupils’ ability to read confidently and fluently vocabulary development leaders must tackle
  • Consider practical solutions to help all teachers create a rich reading culture
  • Examine ways teaching of reading particularly through Key Stage 2 that can equip pupils with ability to comprehend what they read and enable them to ‘read to learn’ effectively
  • Explore teaching strategies to develop and widen pupils’ vocabulary
  • Understand the importance of developing academic and subject specific vocabulary Understand how the classroom and wider school environment can be developed to promote and broaden pupils’ vocabulary
  • Develop a whole school approach to the development of a vocabulary rich school
  • Identify next steps for school provision

Amied at: All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, teachers

Location

TBC

£125+VAT Per Delegate

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Thursday 24 June 2021 - Friday 25 June 2021
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Head Teachers Conference

Gold & Silver Members Only

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TBC

£0+VAT Per Delegate

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