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Developing the role of the Primary PSHE Lead (Cancelled)

Starts: Tuesday 29 September 2020 - 16:00 - 17:00
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
PSHE leads in primary and special schools-particularly teachers new to the role and those who would like to further develop their knowledge and skills.
What does this event cover
A two part training that will enable PSHE leads to increase their knowledge and skills to confidently manage and lead PSHE and citizenship in their schools.

The training covers how to:

  • plan and implement high quality teaching and learning
  • plan easy to use curriculum and schemes of work
  • find good resources
  • implement assessment in PSHE
  • monitor and evaluate PSHE
  • meet Ofsted expectations
  • develop policy
  • support staff
Please note
There are two parts to the training, but participants can attend just one or both. Participants will have the opportunity to visit PSHE leads in other schools in between the two training days.

Domestic Abuse and Violence

Starts: Tuesday 29 September 2020 - 09:30 - 12:30
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
For all Early Years Practitioners and Childminders working in Camden
What does this event cover

Domestic abuse and violence is a major part of safeguarding, crime and policy in the U.K. Early years staff are in an excellent position to spot the signs of domestic abuse as research informs us some starts or increases during pregnancy.

The trauma that children experience when they witness domestic violence in the home plays a major role in their development and physical well-being, effects of which can last into adulthood. Parents or carers may underestimate the effects of the abuse on their children because they don’t see what’s happening. (Stanley, 2011).

It can also impact on parenting and life in general.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this training participants will be able to:

· Define domestic abuse considering its breadth and manifestations;

· Explore the signs and symptoms of domestic abuse;

· Understand how to proceed when they have concerns.

· Identify the impact of domestic abuse on parenting capacity;

· Link the effects of domestic abuse on a child’s welfare and development.
Please note

The link to access the training will be circulated the day before the session is schedule to take place

Before the training, we recommend the delegates to:

  • To have the correct software on your device to join the virtual session.
  • To join in the virtual session earlier than advertised to allow for any IT issues.
  • Ensure you are in a room away from distractions or interruptions.
  • Ensure no under 18’s are present as we may present or show graphic content due to the nature of the training.
  • Have any present training materials on hand if requested

First Aid at Work Requalification

Starts: Tuesday 29 September 2020 - 09:30 - 16:30
Venue : Carlton Primary School, Grafton Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 4AX map
Who is this event for
The QA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (QCF) Requalifying Course is specifically designed to allow first aiders to renew their first aid at work qualification when their certificate is due to expire.

During this 2 day course, candidates will have the opportunity to practise essential first aid procedures, as well as learn the latest techniques for dealing with emergency situations and managing injuries and illnesses in the workplace.
What does this event cover
The role and responsibilities of a first aider; assessing an incident; managing an unresponsive casualty; cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs); recovery position; heart attack; stroke; chocking; epilepsy; asthma, diabetes; anaphylaxis shock; head and spinal injuries; chest injuries; wounds and bleeding; fractures; sprains, strains and dislocations; minor injuries; burns and scalds; poisoning; eye injuries.
Please note
There are 2 sessions between Tuesday 29 September 2020 and Wednesday 30 September 2020

Phonics embedded in a rich reading curriculum: phases 1, 2 and 3

Starts: Tuesday 29 September 2020 - 13:00 - 16:00
Venue : Virtual CPD Session, Digital Classroom, Virtual CPD Session map
Who is this event for
This training is school based and offers the opportunity to observe and reflect on a phonics session taught in the classroom.

This course will look at the stages young children go through from early sound discrimination, phonological awareness to phonic understanding. It will help practitioners to gain a greater understanding of phonic terminology and the daily discrete phonics session and will introduce practitioners to progression through phonics phases, support practitioners in usi ...
What does this event cover
Participants will develop their confidence, knowledge and understanding of phonics teaching.

The aim of the session:

  • To learn from first-hand experience of observing a phonics session
  • To develop an understanding of phonological awareness
  • To develop an understanding of the teaching expectations of phases 1, 2 and 3
  • To introduce a range of practical activities and resources that will support phonics teaching
Participants will:

  • Observe and reflect on an observed lesson
  • Be more confident in their subject knowledge and planning phonics sessions
  • Learn about ideas and activities to make phonics sessions fun and interactive
Please note

Science KS3 Standardisation and Moderation

Starts: Tuesday 29 September 2020 - 14:00 - 15:00
Venue : The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT map
Who is this event for
Heads of subjects and KS3 subject leads attend subject specific sessions.

Building on learners’ strengths achieved in primary school, secondary subject specialists discuss how exemplification of ‘age-expectations’ will aid their assessment of both progress and attainment in KS3. Through discussions around the evidence produced from common tasks, or assessment rubrics, teachers gain confidence in their judgements about progress and attainment. These discussions link t ...
What does this event cover
Annotated exemplification of an agreed end-of-Year 7 standard for each subject.

Meet subject specialists from other schools, share resources, ideas, confirm understanding, raise questions.
Please note
This session is part of the Secondary Moderation Package.