New Science Course Booking Codes have today been added to the site for the following:
Preparing for the New Science Curriculum -20 Nov
Leading & Delivering Professional Development in Science Education - 26 Nov
Getting to Grips with A level Biology - 10 Dec
Read more here: http://www.setsa.info/science-courses-for-2013-14.html
Intensive practical and interactive training to empower teachers with the skills, knowledge and confidence to succeed
Who is it for?
This programme is for schools and teachers who want to advance, develop and improve their teaching practice and deliver consistently good lessons.
What will it do?
The end result is a motivated teacher with the tools and expertise to succeed, leading not only to enhanced classroom and pupil performance but also higher standards across the school. Participants will know how to deliver key concepts through consistent practice.
It will deliver an invaluable opportunity for teachers to pick up successful techniques and formulate new strategies to bring back to their own classroom from observing teaching best practice.
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Outstanding Teacher Programme
Intensive practical and interactive training to empower teachers with the skills, knowledge and confidence to succeed.
Who is it for?
This programme is for teachers who are, or have the potential to be, outstanding. To develop their practice and help them carry out a whole school responsibility for teaching and learning.
What will it do?
The end result is a teacher who can reflect on their teaching with the tools to enable raised levels of engagement in learning, through providing consistently outstanding lessons. An innovate teacher who is willing to take risks.
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The focus of this workshop is to introduce investigative mathematics with resources which can be readily used for pupils in the classroom. We hope pupils will develop their high level problem solving skills. For example, pupils will learn that a scale factor in mathematics can be used and applied to working out ingredients for making mince pies.
This year the Royal Opera House Bridge are keen to support activity that will enable organisations to make significant progress in the way cultural education is embedded and valued.
As a result, they anticipate all partners seeking co-investment will require a minimum of £5,000
investment from ROH Bridge for activity that has a total budget of £10,000 or more.
Applications are welcomed that demonstrate strong partnership working across the full range of
cultural, education and local authority sectors.
Wednesday 23rd October 2013
Venue: The Tickfield Centre
Time: 4 – 7 pm
This ‘Teach Meet’ is being funded by an SEN grant obtained by SETSA. It is an exciting opportunity for all schools in the area to develop their SEN provision without any cost!
The purpose of this ‘Teach Meet’ is to pull different SEN expertise together to formulate a number of twilight training sessions that will be run by the respective special schools in the area. The ‘Teach Meet’ will showcase the different areas of expertise that currently exist in Southend and will offer all schools an opportunity to participate in a number of twilight training sessions that will be funded by this project. In addition staff will have an opportunity to visit the participating schools during their working day to observe and participate in different classes.
Every school in the area is invited to send one appropriate representative to the meeting.
To book your place please contact Alison Paveling by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – please head your email “SEN TeachMeet”
On the night there will be refreshments and a hot finger buffet provided.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Alison Paveling, The St Christopher School Academy Trust.
Venue: Holiday Inn, Brentwood, Essex (Map)
Time: 9.30am to 3.00pm
Aims of the CPD
The course will be led by Ruth Brock, School Improvement Manager for Thurrock, and Mark Jones, Headteacher at the Belmont Castle Academy
This is a 2-day course comprising of morning group sessions and afternoon workshops.
Delegates are required to bring anything they have already begun as an action plan for their subject or phase.
To book a place please email Curriculum.email@example.com
This programme will enable existing and aspiring leaders to consider the place of mentor-coaching in schools and give you time to think through the practical application of your learning for your school context. You will learn about the theory and research that underpins mentor-coaching and what makes this such a powerful tool for school improvement.
You will be able to explore the differences and definitions around mentoring and coaching and the key skills and competencies associated with this approach. You will have a chance to apply your skills working in triads and in between days two and three you will be expected to apply some of the practice in your school.
The programme is recommended for existing and aspiring senior and middle leaders and will cover:
“Enlightening, a real learning experience. We had time to practice, and to reflect on strengths and what to develop – very valuable” (senior leader evaluation).
Working with Support Staff
Deploying support staff effectively to maximise pupil progress and learning opportunities.
Date: Monday 11th November 2013, 1.30 – 4.30pm
Using Your Voice Effectively in the Classroom
A three hour practical voice workshop to include:
• The 5 Voices for effective Teaching
• Voice Care
Date: Monday 2nd December 2013, 1.30 – 4.30pm
Behaviour for Learning
Practical guidance on behaviour management. How to create a classroom atmosphere conducive to real learning. How to use lesson content to ensure maximum engagement and progress.
Date: Tuesday 21st January 2014, 1.30 – 4.30pm
Training costs: £50 per session
Venue: Darlinghurst Primary School, SCITT Training Base, Pavilion Drive, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, SS9 3JS
Further courses will be advertised in the coming weeks to include AFL, PE, Inclusion, Outdoor Learning, IT, The role of the subject leader. There will also be specific training sessions for the new curriculum later in the year.
Unfortunately due to low takeup by schools it is not going to be viable for this meeting to take place on Wednesday and so we will be cancelling this first date.
Secondaries please note: if you would like these meetings to continue to take place (second date is 5th February 2014) it will be necessary to contact the Subject chair directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that due to unavoidable issues it has been necessary to change the date of the first meeting to Tuesday 26/11/13 - the meeting should start at 4pm and be finished by 5.30pm.
Please contact the chair Emma Clarke ECLARKE@st-thomasmore.southend.sch.uk for the agenda or for more information.