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Learning for the 21st Century
Shaping The Future Primary CPD Events 2018
'Affordable CPD - sharing good practice'
Please find details below of CDP events coming up which will be delivered at Windhill21 School.  All twilight sessions are held from 4.00pm to 5.30pm and cost £25 per person (£20 for more than 2 people).

Please book online using the QR code at the bottom of the page or by visiting: http://bit.ly/2CTWG2n    

Tuesday

23rd January 2018

‘Developing a Creative Curriculum’

Gemma will share innovative ways to use hooks, key questions and statements to engage children in their learning and build inquiry and resilience.

Led by Gemma Rivers

Gemma

Tuesday

30th January 2018

‘P4C: Nurturing a class of Philosophers’

Catherine is level 2b Sapere-accredited; she has implemented P4C across the school. In this session, she will model how to deliver a P4C session along with take-away ideas of how P4C can be used in the classroom.

Led by Catherine Lawrence

Tuesday

20th February 2018

‘How to Successfully Implement Whole Class Reading’

After extensive research, Sarah has trialled the Whole Class reading approach with her year 6 class last year. Due to its success, she has rolled it across the school from year 2 to year 6. Come and see how it all works.

Led by Sarah Rayner

Friday

23rd February 2018

‘Developing the Teaching of Gymnastics

Zoe is a specialist PE teacher who will be using her skills to support the confidence in the manual handling and use of equipment by both adults and pupils so that it can be used effectively. By the end of the session, teachers will be able to deliver high-level gym skills effectively.

Led by Zoe Freeman
Zoe

 

Tuesday

27th February 2018

'Using Coaching to be a Reflective Teacher’

Research shows that Coaching plays a major part in the improvement of teaching. Both Chloe and Justine are trained coaches and have implemented the reflective coaching culture across the school. Come and see how this works.

Led by Justine McFarlane and

Chloe Myers

Justine

 

Tuesday

6th March 2018

‘Feeding Fluency through Daily Maths Meetings and More….

Ellen and Sarah-Jane will model the delivery of the 15 minute maths meetings which have been introduced across the school. More than that, they will give other ideas to embed fluency and fun ways to practice and engage children to recall key facts.

Led by Sarah-Jane Pyne and

Ellen Millar

Ellen

Tuesday

13th March 2018

‘Supporting Equality and Diversity in the Primary Classroom’

Tackling issues of diversity can be challenging in the classroom. Sarah is Stonewall-trained and will give ideas and resources to support the children to understand and the value of diversity that surrounds them and to challenge prejudice and stereotyping.

Led by Sarah Clarke

Sarah

 

Tuesday

20th March 2018

‘Using Drama Techniques to Enhance the Curriculum’

Louise and Philippa will demonstrate short, sharp drama techniques to use in the classroom to engage children and make learning long-lastingly memorable across the curriculum. You will take away lots of ideas to use in your classrooms immediately.

Led by Philippa Moore and

Louise Millward

PhilippaLouise