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22 May
Newly Qualified Teachers: An Introduction to Subject Leadership
A Subject Leader plays a key role in embedding the teaching of their subject across the curriculum to improve outcomes for all learners. This course will provide NQTs with the confidence and increased awareness of the various roles and responsibilities that sit with a subject leader so they can lead with confidence as they embark on the exciting challenge of leading improvement. We will begin by identifying how to evaluate current practice, using a range of strategies, and then consider how to develop an action plan, lead improvement and monitor the impact of learning for all pupils. The course leader will draw upon extensive experience of supporting Subject Leaders and NQTs in Derbyshire schools.
22 May
Early Years Foundation Stage Leaders and Managers Briefings
We are delighted to announce that our well established leaders and managers briefings are now being expanded to include all of our EYFS leaders in schools. This is part of our vision to facilitate opportunity for EYFS practitioners in Derbyshire to work together to make a difference for children in Derbyshire.
23 May
SSSEN SENCo Training Network Summer 2018-19 (SSSEN Cavendish/Whaley Thorns)
This training session will cover: • National updates • Practical strategies to support children presenting with dyscalculic tendencies • Support in the Early Years.
24 May
Inclusion Training
Guidance in completing the risk assessments and the planning process for learning outside the classroom for children and young people with challenging behaviour and or SEND as well as those who are covered under the Equalities Act under protected characteristics.
04 Jun
An Introduction to Motor Co-ordination Difficulties (Chesterfield)
This session looks at the impact motor coordination difficulties can have for the child and/or young person. It shows how you can make your classroom and practice more inclusive and offers practical assessment ideas and intervention strategies.