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EYFS Profile Moderation and Agreement Trialling

Starts: Tuesday 26 March 2019 - 09:30 - 15:30
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
The completion of the EYFS Profile is a requirement at the end of the EYFS. This training will support all practitioners to feel confident in collecting appropriate evidence and making secure judgements on children’s achievements against the early learning goals.

The aim of the session:

  • To support practitioners in their understanding of the principles of EYFS assessment
  • Review EYFS Profile purpose and process
  • Using the ...
What does this event cover
Participants will be confident in making accurate end of reception summative assessment judgements.
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Leading change for governors

Starts: Tuesday 26 March 2019 - 18:00 - 20:00
Venue : Crowndale Centre - Committee Room 5, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
Leading governors.
What does this event cover
This session will outline how governors can lead change in a time of financial and organisational challenge, with case studies from schools.
Please note
All governor training should now be booked via Governor Hub. Please contact Camden Learning via email at customersupport@camdenlearning.org.uk or by calling 020 7974 1122 if you need any support in making bookings.

Making bread with young children

Starts: Tuesday 26 March 2019 - 14:00 - 17:00
Venue : Rainbow Nursery, Saint Benet Church Hall, Lupton Street, London, NW5 2HY map
Who is this event for
For all practitioners and childminders working with children aged 2 - 4.
What does this event cover

Making bread with children is a wonderful activity! It works for all ages and unlike playdough, you can cook it, eat it or take it home to share with the family. This is a practical, hands on course: we will make bread and look at the many ways that this activity can be used to extend learning across all areas of the curriculum in an enjoyable and playful way.

By the end of the session the room will be filled with the smell of warm bread; you will leave with a bag of flour and yeast as well as lots of ideas to try out.

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Management of Asbestos

Starts: Tuesday 26 March 2019 - 09:30 - 12:30
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
To provide Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Business Managers, Bursars, Office Manager & Premises staff with the essential information required for the effective management of asbestos remaining in schools and children’s centres.
What does this event cover
This course covers the essential information required for the effective management of asbestos remaining in schools and children’s centres.

Areas covered include:

  1. Camden’s asbestos policy and arrangements
  2. Types of asbestos survey and understanding survey data
  3. Use of asbestos management plans
  4. Effective use of the permission to work procedure
  5. Incident management
  6. Asbestos works

By attending the course you will:

  1. be able to identify the important parts of the Asbestos Survey, what it means to the school and how to ensure staff, children and visitor safety.
  2. understand your role and responsibilities in relation to managing asbestos where it remains in situ
  3. be able to implement effective practical management in your workplace including the permission to work procedure, annual inspections and reporting asbestos related incidents
  4. be able to act as an authorising officer for the school and complete the permission to work log
  5. be aware of where to look for further information and advice
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Reading, Writing and Maths Moderation for Year 2 (EVENT FULL)

Starts: Tuesday 26 March 2019 - 09:30 - 15:30
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
Year 2 teachers.
What does this event cover
This is a whole days training session to support teachers with the end of year assessment judgements in reading, writing and maths linked to the national standards.

There will be an opportunity for teachers to work together moderating their children’s reading writing and maths as well as identifying gaps which may need addressing. By the end of the session teachers will be more secure in end of year expectations in the above areas. Gaps will be identified which will inform teaching and learning to enable children to reach end of year expectations.
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Data Protection and FOI for Governors

Starts: Thursday 28 March 2019 - 18:00 - 20:00
Venue : Crowndale Centre - Committee Room 5, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
All Governors, with an emphasis on any Data Protection link governors.
What does this event cover
This session will cover the legal framework and practicalities of Data Protection, including an update on the GDPR, along with Freedom of Information. It will be led by Hayden Glassey, the Senior Schools Data Protection Adviser for the London Borough of Camden.
Please note
All governor training should now be booked via Governor Hub. Please contact Camden Learning via email at customersupport@camdenlearning.org.uk or by calling 020 7974 1122 if you need any support in making bookings.

EYFS Profile Moderation and Agreement Trialling

Starts: Thursday 28 March 2019 - 09:30 - 15:30
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
The completion of the EYFS Profile is a requirement at the end of the EYFS. This training will support all practitioners to feel confident in collecting appropriate evidence and making secure judgements on children’s achievements against the early learning goals.

The aim of the session:

To support practitioners in their understanding of the principles of EYFS assessment
Review EYFS Profile purpose and process
Using the exemplification materi ...
What does this event cover
Participants will be confident in making accurate end of reception summative assessment judgements.
Please note

Resilient families framework training

Starts: Thursday 28 March 2019 - 09:30 - 16:30
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
This course is for practitioners and managers working with children, young people and families. Both LA Camden staff as well as staff from the VCS, Schools, Police and Health are invited to attend.

What does this event cover
The Resilient Families Framework training consists of three workshops (1 day each) and two practice integration sessions (2 hours). The Resilient Families Framework was designed collaboratively by Camden, AMBIT (Adaptive Mentalization-based Integrative Treatment, developed at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families) FPM (Family Partnership Model, developed by the Centre for Child and Parent Support) and input from the Voluntary and Community Sector. RFF supports practitioners to apply tools and processes in four core areas of their work: working with families; working with teams; working with networks and working in practice. The workshops provide an opportunity for practitioners to learn together about RFF, practice the tools and think about how they apply to their practice.

Please note
There are 5 sessions between Thursday 28 March 2019 and Friday 3 May 2019

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

Starts: Friday 29 March 2019 - 09:30 - 16:00
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
This event is open to all staff working in Camden's schools.
What does this event cover
What is Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges?

Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges has been designed especially with schools in mind. Based on the Youth MHFA course but targeted to meet the needs of educational environments, Youth MHFA Schools and Colleges will cover key topics around young people’s mental health and wellbeing, with a strong practical focus on how to support young people experiencing mental distress. Whilst the course is not a replacement for the two day Youth MHFA course, delegates will become Champions for better mental health in schools.

What will I learn about on a one day Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges courses?

  • What is mental health and mental ill health?
  • Stigma and discrimination
  • The five steps of Mental Health First Aid
  • How to spot symptoms of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis
  • Suicide
  • Self-harm
  • Non judgemental listening skills

How will I learn?

As a one day course, it fits perfectly into schools’ inset training days and busy timetables, making it accessible for teaching staff across sectors. The session will be a mix of presentations, discussions, and group work activities. A safe learning environment will be ensured and you will be supported throughout the whole course. If you don’t feel comfortable joining in certain parts, then there is no pressure to.

How can MHFA for Schools and Colleges make a difference?

  • Youth MHFA for Schools and Colleges teaches practical skills that can be used every day
  • It gives a deeper understanding to the complex issues relating to young people and mental health
  • It helps people recognise the signs and symptoms of mental health issues
  • It enables young people to access appropriate professional help
  • MHFA England has a proven track record and demonstrates its effectiveness through evaluation.
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2 Day Forest School Skills – 2nd & 3rd April 2019 (EVENT FULL)

Starts: Tuesday 2 April 2019 - 09:30 - 16:30
Venue : Sidings Community Centre, 150 Brassey Road, West Hampstead, London, NW6 2BA map
Who is this event for
Early Years Pratitioners (Voluntary/Private/Independent & Childminding Settings)

Practitioners that would like to learn a series of ‘go to’ forest school activities that are easy to plan and resource.
What does this event cover
What will I study?

The course is run over 2 days with the mornings spent in the classroom and the afternoons outside doing practical activities.

You will learn activities that can be adapted and used for any child or group that do not require extensive tool use. Activities will be easy to plan and won’t require vast amounts of resources. The types of activities will include dens, whittling and water fun. You will also learn how positive outcomes for the children can be achieved whilst giving you the confidence to know how to deliver forest school that meets educational requirements. You will gain an understanding of health and safety and how to plan the activities within the constraints of your setting. 

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed over the 2 days through your knowledge, understanding and through completion of a diary and participation in outdoor activities. Upon successful completion you will receive a Forest School Skills Certificate (no tools). There is no further coursework to complete.
Please note
There are 2 sessions between Tuesday 2 April 2019 and Wednesday 3 April 2019