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Developing the role of the Primary PSHE Coordinator

Starts: Wednesday 9 October 2019 - 09:30 - 12:30
Venue : Netley Primary School and Centre for Autism, Netley Campus, 74 Stanhope Street, London, NW1 3EX map
Who is this event for
PSHE Coordinators 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 Coordinators 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 Coordinators in other schools in between the two training days.

Introduction to the Role of the SENCO

Starts: Wednesday 9 October 2019 - 09:30 - 16:00
Venue : Crowndale Centre, 218 Eversholt Street, London, NW1 1BD map
Who is this event for
For all new SENCOs or managers in PVI Settings who have yet to appoint a SENCO and are fulfilling the role themselves.
Childminders working with children with SEND
What does this event cover
This course draws on information from Camden’s Early Years SENCO Handbook (please bring your copy to the training).

The course covers:
- Definition of a special educational need
- An introduction to the SEN Code of Practice
- The role of the SENCO
- SEN Code of Practice procedures
- SENCO file management and record keeping
- Working with parents.

We look forward to meeting and working with you!
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Phonics embedded in a rich reading curriculum: phases 1, 2 and 3

Starts: Wednesday 9 October 2019 - 09:00 - 15:15
Venue : St Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Holmes Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 3AH 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
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The Reading Project (Cancelled)

Starts: Wednesday 9 October 2019 - 14:00 - 16:00
Venue : Acland Burghley School, 93 Burghley Road, London, NW5 1UJ map
Who is this event for
Secondary School teachers and leaders.
What does this event cover
A Reading Project is a fantastic programme to engage and enthuse students about the power of modern literature. This session explores how to run a year group Reading Project including: choosing the right book; ideas and principles; getting buy in from staff, students and parents; tailoring CPD for different staff groups and ways to overcome any logistical challenges.
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