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Phonics and Early Reading for Pupils with SEND

Starts: Thursday 19 May 2022 - 09:00 - 11:00
Venue : Argyle Primary School, Tonbridge Street, London, WC1H 9EG map
Who is this event for
Primary school staff
What does this event cover
We are pleased to announce we have secured Megan Dixon a specialist literacy teacher, consultant and teacher trainer with 20 years’ experience working with children across a variety of schools in both primary and secondary education settings, who works with the National College.

Over two days, Thursday 19th and Friday 20th May Megan will host workshops for all Camden schools. She will share what the research in `how children learn to read' teaches us for pupils with SEND and for you to have a chance to discuss further.

There are two places per school for one workshop; we are suggesting that the Literacy Lead and SENDCO attend, but of course you can choose who is most appropriate to attend.

All workshops will take place at 5 Pancras Square in person with the ability to join online if necessary.

Lunch will be provided for the 11:30-1:30 slot and refreshments for the others.
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Phonics and Early Reading for Pupils with SEND

Starts: Thursday 19 May 2022 - 11:30 - 13:30
Venue : Argyle Primary School, Tonbridge Street, London, WC1H 9EG map
Who is this event for
Primary school staff
What does this event cover
We are pleased to announce we have secured Megan Dixon a specialist literacy teacher, consultant and teacher trainer with 20 years’ experience working with children across a variety of schools in both primary and secondary education settings, who works with the National College.

Over two days, Thursday 19th and Friday 20th May Megan will host workshops for all Camden schools. She will share what the research in `how children learn to read' teaches us for pupils with SEND and for you to have a chance to discuss further.

There are two places per school for one workshop; we are suggesting that the Literacy Lead and SENDCO attend, but of course you can choose who is most appropriate to attend.

All workshops will take place at 5 Pancras Square in person with the ability to join online if necessary.

Lunch will be provided for the 11:30-1:30 slot and refreshments for the others.
Please note

Phonics and Early Reading for Pupils with SEND

Starts: Thursday 19 May 2022 - 14:00 - 16:00
Venue : Argyle Primary School, Tonbridge Street, London, WC1H 9EG map
Who is this event for
Primary school staff
What does this event cover
We are pleased to announce we have secured Megan Dixon a specialist literacy teacher, consultant and teacher trainer with 20 years’ experience working with children across a variety of schools in both primary and secondary education settings, who works with the National College.

Over two days, Thursday 19th and Friday 20th May Megan will host workshops for all Camden schools. She will share what the research in `how children learn to read' teaches us for pupils with SEND and for you to have a chance to discuss further.

There are two places per school for one workshop; we are suggesting that the Literacy Lead and SENDCO attend, but of course you can choose who is most appropriate to attend.

All workshops will take place at 5 Pancras Square in person with the ability to join online if necessary.

Lunch will be provided for the 11:30-1:30 slot and refreshments for the others.
Please note

The BIG ideas that lay the foundations of mathematics in the Early Years

Starts: Thursday 19 May 2022 - 13:30 - 16:30
Venue : Edith Neville Primary School, 174 Ossulston Street, London, NW1 1DN map
Who is this event for
EYFS Staff and Maths Leaders
What does this event cover

During this sessions Dr Sue Gifford will address the following:
  • How do we decide what mathematical learning to prioritise for our children?
  • Identifying key predictors of maths success from research
  • Developing number sense, spatial reasoning, patterning and guided play - with practical examples.
There will be plenty of opportunities for discussion.

Dr Sue Gifford works as a mathematics consultant with practitioners and various bodies including DfE, NCETM and NRICH. Previously a London primary teacher, she has researched early years mathematics and children with mathematics difficulties and is an Emeritus Fellow of Roehampton University. She is the author of Teaching mathematics 3 to 5: developing learning in the Foundation Stage, co-author of Making Numbers: using manipulatives to teach arithmetic and more recently, Th epower of pattern: patterning in the early years. She chairs the Early Childhood Maths Group and her current interests include the development of pattern awareness and spatial reasoning. 

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