Primary East's Headlines 3
Contains information about what is happening at Primary East, plus CPD offer for Autumn 2017.
Louise Clark, strategic lead of Primary East been appointed as Lead Advocate of the Chartered College of Teaching. This role will see me represent and spread the word of the Chartered College in the local area. The Chartered College is the new professional body for teachers providing membership, professional development and the Chartered Teacher programme
What is the Chartered College?
We are the new professional body for teachers, there is currently no independent body that represents the teaching profession. We aren’t a union, we are a membership organisation that looks at what works in teacher’s classrooms and provides scholarship/CPD routes for teachers to become even better. We are launching a Chartered teacher programme as well as fellowship, for teachers who want to be further challenged and deserve the recognition they deserve for being a brilliant teacher. One of our primary aims is to arm teachers with evidence informed practice. What this means, is no more fads. What works in the classroom? Imagine, what would the future look like if teachers were doing what they knew made an impact on pupil outcomes. The potential is great and an opportunity we as a system cannot miss out on.
Feedback from our CPD offer 2016-2017 overwhelmingly positive
New to Headship:
- 'An amazingly supportive learning process. A saving grace in a full time role!'
- 'This has been the most useful of all induction training. It has enabled me to reflect on all stages of my first year and has directly impacted on my practice. Forming professional relationship with other first time heads has been strongly fostered by the delivery and style of the sessions.'
- 'This 4 day course has been a life line in my 1st year as HT. Please consider offering this course to future HT's so that they also feel the benefit and have this support.'
- 'Brilliant support and essential to have that network to discuss school life in a 'safe' environment.'Business Managers' Forum:
- 'Excellent session to discuss SBM issues and enjoyed Ventas Energy input.'TA Conference:
- 'I had no idea what to expect and it opened my eyes to various techniques I/we could use in class, and ideas I could pass on to my colleagues. The training has given me inspiration to further my TA experience and knowledge.'KS2 Expectations in Maths:
- 'I gained fantastic ideas and have come away from the lessons and tried them in my own class. The children have loved them!'
- 'I've been given great ideas for planning and activities for reasoning, understanding and fluency in Maths. I have already been able to implement ideas into my lesson which have been greatly appreciated.'NQT Induction
- 'A super session with lots of great ideas. Very well communicated.'
- 'Great ideas that I can use in my classroom tomorrow and well into the future.'
- 'A very professional session, full of useful tips and delivered in an engaging style.'
- 'This was amazing! Lots of practical ideas and things I can adapt. Great to see the progression through calculations.'Making Maths Matter Outside:
- 'An encouraging and postive experience, good to look at the fundamentals the children need and ways to engage in maths outside.'
- 'The course has given me lots to think about to implement in school. Teaching maths input outside. Developing open ended resources.'Headteachers' Conference:
- 'Really enjoyed the day - very refreshing and informative.'
- 'A really powerful message from John that schools are doing a great job! We need to celebrate the positives!'
- 'A well organised and interesting day. John Atkinson facilitated a good conversation and has given me much food for thought.'
- 'Great day - inspired and ready to go!'Raise Online;
- 'Very detailed. Related very much to my school. Know exactly what I need to do now.'I can spell it:
- 'Welcoming, informative useful activities, approaches and pedagogies.'
- 'Some good activities to take back to the classroom with some food for thought ideas when planning for children with poor working memory.'SEF writing in 15 hours:
- 'Having the structure, exemplifications and expertise on hand has been exceptionally helpful, useful and reassuring.'
- 'This training has been invaluable. I'm leaving with a SEF that I am now proud of - happy to share with my Govs/staff and any other visitors. It tells the story of our school and how passionate we are about our children and their outcomes.'
- 'It has been really great! The support we have had to get the SEF completed is fantastic - it would not have been possible on my own. I had a tricky SEF to write and feel confident I have achieved my aim.'
An InSet day focusing on teaching Synthetic phonics using REAL books which can be used alongside Letters and Sounds and is suitable for Headteachers, English Leads, EYFS, KS1 & KS2 Teachers and TA's.£100 per delegate / £170 for 2 from the same school (TA's attend for £20 when accompanying a Teacher)This is a full day session being held at Ixworth Primary School on Friday 19th January, 9am - 3:15pm (lunch included)
SEF Writing 2017/18
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This is a two day course with one key priority – you will leave the course at the end of day 2 with a completed self-evaluation , fit for the purposes of presentation to governors and, if necessary, Ofsted.
Tuesday 16th & Wednesday 17th January 2018
Sundial Cottage, Wilby
£300 per delegate or £350 for 2 from the same school
Understand your data dashboard, what is it telling you and others?
Monday 22nd January 2018 9am - 4pm or 5.30 - 8.30pm for Governors
Venue - Sundial Cottage, Wilby
£150 per delegate or 2 for £175
£50 per Governor or £65 for 2
Analyse School Performance (ASP)
John & Charlotte Atkinson will spend the day taking you through it page by page so that at the end of the day you will have a clear picture of your schools and a plan of action.
Monday 20th November 2018
Venue - Sundial Cottage, Wilby
9am - 4pm or 5.30 - 8.30pm for Governors
£150 per delegate or £175 for 2
(£50 per Governor or £65 for 2)
I can spell it!
Practical strategies for teaching spelling.
Wednesday 15th November 2017&
Wednesday 7th February 2018
Venue - Gislingham Primary