History New KS3/New A’Level (Twilight Session) - 15TH OCTOBER 2014
Please note this replaces the History Network Group meeting on this occasion.
SUBJECT NETWORK GROUP MEETINGS:
Inspired Educators: Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants
NEW for November 2014
This seminar will be held for one Head Teacher/SLT member and one SENCO from each school (both must attend to participate). This is a fantastic opportunity in light of the introduction of the new SEND Code of Practice to learn how you can take practical steps to better support children with SEN in your school. **Please note that this is not training for Teaching Assistants**
SET Science - SETSA & Science Learning Centres working together in partnership.
New! Courses announced for 2014/15 with Impact awards available - for more information and visit the new microsite: www.setscience.info
STEPPING UP TO HEADSHIP - STARTS 22 OCTOBER
Open to Deputy Heads and senior teachers who are likely to find themselves in charge of a school at short notice for a substantial period of time. All sessions 4pm-5.45pm.
Venue: The Tickfield Centre, Tickfield Industrial Estate, Southend-on-Sea, SS26LL
Price: £100 per delegate (this course is being subsidised by NCTL funding).
Weds 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th November
Presenters will be local headteachers and experts in the fields of school HR and school finance.
Download flyer for more information:
Are you an experienced middle or senior leader who is interested in supporting leaders in other schools?
If so, you might want to apply to be a Specialist Leader of Education (SLE). The next round is open for applications from 1-22 October and SETSA are looking for literacy, numeracy and MFL at primary and English and maths at secondary.
More information and application form
IMPROVING TEACHER PROGRAMME - NEXT DATE 20th MARCH 2015
With a generous subsidy from the LA of over 47% this series of sessions are certified by OLEVI and will be delivered at Blenheim Primary School.
Click below to read more & book places.
NQT COURSES FOR 2014/15
NQT courses for EYFS and Primary are run by Thames Primary Consortium in partnership with SETSA.
NQT courses for Secondary are run by Southend High School for GIrls in pwrtnership with SETSA.