Through practical and interactive development sessions, participants will build confidence as they generate ideas and strategies on how to improve their practice. This programme is for teachers who are, or have the potential to be, outstanding.
What will it do?
The programme will develop your practice and help you carry out whole school responsibility for teaching and learning. 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 outstanding lessons.
Sarah has worked at Chapel Street Nursery School since qualifying as a teacher in 2009. She started out as a class teacher working with 3 and 4 year olds where she stayed for 3 years. Sarah then moved into the role of curriculum coordinator which lead her out of the room and into a more supervisory role across the whole nursery. She now does a lot of outreach work-visiting other nurseries to deliver training and offering help where needed.
The programme comprises of four whole day sessions over four weeks, with designated reflection time in your own school during the afternoons.
|Getting to know each other, brain storm EYFS, planning, assessment and observation with aspects of differentiation, SEN and moderation where appropriate.||Wednesday 3rd October 2018||Chapel Street Nursery School|
|Environments (indoor and outdoor).||Wednesday 10th October 2018||Tennyson Road Primary|
|Literacy and parental involvement.||Wednesday 17th October 2018||Lancot Academy|
|Working together - multi agency, SEN, safeguarding, individual teams, transition.||Wednesday 31st October 2018||Chapel Street Nursery School|
Per delegate: £350