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Code: ENF/21/73 Creating a Community of Writers in the Reception Class

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Literacy Leaders, EYFS Leaders & Teachers

COURSE OUTLINE AND PURPOSE:

This course will look at the stages of early writing in the EYFS and how to develop confident writers through meaningful contexts.

 

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1 TBA 09:00 - 09:30 TBA Map

Code: ENF/21/71 Creativity and Imagination in the Early Years

Early Years Foundation Stage

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Practitioners working in PVI, school nursery and reception classes

COURSE OUTLINE AND PURPOSE:

• Explore all elements of Expressive Arts and Design and the different ways in which children express their creativity
• Explore ideas for enhancing the learning environment to support all aspects of Expressive Arts and Design and their links to the wider curriculum
• Explore the impact of adult-child interactions on children’s creativity

 

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1 TBA 09:00 - 09:30 TBA Map

Code: ENF/21/74 Developing successful transitions from Reception to Year One

TARGET AUDIENCE:

EYFS Leaders, Teachers, NQTs, Teaching Assistants

COURSE OUTLINE AND PURPOSE:

This course will look at developing excellent and effective transition procedures between Reception and Year 1. The course will explore the continuity between the areas of learning across key stages, whilst offering practitioners an opportunity to explore an integrated approach to learning, the environment, structure and routine. The course will ensure that the firm foundations of Reception are built upon and continued throughout Year 1.

 

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1 TBA 09:00 - 09:30 TBA Map

Code: ENF/20/271 Digital Transformation - Package ( all sessions )

This professional learning program will bring together a range of professionals to enable discussion, provide practical tools, share great digital pedagogy and increase the confidence of teachers with educational technology – edtech. Building on the steep learning journey that all schools have been on, the program will support schools in creating a vision and action plan for digital transformation – a moral imperative for our children and young people.
14 sessions with some splitting the focus for primary & secondary audiences; all on Zoom and after school. They are highly interactive and provide practical takeaways. Two log ins per school, providing opportunity for multiple staff to participate.
• Includes our newly created extensive, practical and comprehensive pack to guide schools with digital transformation; created with support from senior leaders in primary & secondary school;
• All sessions with practical takeaways & Q&A
• Sessions from the creator of Eduprotocols live from California
• Light technical audit from the City Learning Centre technical team
• Walk-throughs of web 2.0 tools to increase engagement
• Exploration of the skills and aptitudes students require for their future
• Sessions on current research from UCL Institute of Education
• Innovation showcased from Enfield Early Years, primary, secondary & special schools with Q&A

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1 TBA 09:00 - 09:30 Virtual Meetings Map

Code: ENF/21/22 ELKLAN - Speech and Language Support for 5-11s to be moved to the Summer Term Face to Face


Course outline and purpose: 

 The course is accredited through the Ascentis and involves 90 hours of study of which 20 hours are spent in formal training sessions. To gain accreditation it is necessary to compile a portfolio. Learners will need to spend at least 50 hours reflecting on course sessions, preparing and implementing activities and compiling their portfolios. Schools will need to set aside time for learners to carry out this work. Sessions are held fortnightly to make planning for this easier. All course participants will compile an online portfolio at Level 3.

PLEASE NOTE: It is recommended that 2 staff from any school attend this course.

THE COURSE AIMS TO:

Provide some theoretical knowledge and share an abundance of practical skills and ideas in the following areas:

Week 1:
What is communication
Improving listening, attention and independent learning skills
Week 2:
Listening, memory and understanding spoken language
Modifying adults’ speech to help a child understand language
Week 3:
Understanding beyond simple sentences
Expressive language development
Week 4:
Promoting effective communication and social skills
Supporting children with unclear speech
Week 5:
Linking speech to reading and writing
Management of stammering and other issues raised during the course

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1 TBA 09:00 - 13:00 St Ignatius College Map
2 TBA 09:00 - 13:00 St Ignatius College Map
3 TBA 09:00 - 13:00 St Ignatius College Map
4 TBA 09:00 - 13:00 St Ignatius College Map
5 TBA 09:00 - 13:00 St Ignatius College Map

Code: ENF/20/186 How Young Children Learn

TARGET AUDIENCE:

Practitioners working in PVI settings, school nursery and reception classes

COURSE OUTLINE AND PURPOSE:
• Explore how young children learn through the Characteristics of Effective Learning
• How to create an effective learning environment to promote these COL
• How to encourage children to play and explore, to get involved, to concentrate and persevere whilst being creative and thinking critically.
• How COL underpin all aspects of learning and development and support how children learn as well as what they learn.
• How to use the Leuven scales as a measure of children’s engagement and involvement and the impact of sensitive adult interactions

 

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1 TBA 09:00 - 09:30 TBA Map

Code: ENF/19/84 Information Session Re: Middlesex University Learning and Teaching Work Based Foundation Degree


Course outline AND PURPOSE:
To familiarise potential students with the course content and application procedures.

 

 

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1 TBA 17:00 - 18:30 TBA Map

Code: ENF/19/104 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Programme Primary - Spring Term 2020


course outline AND PURPOSE:

This programme is for TAs who want to be consistently effective in promoting positive learning outcomes for all pupils they support. The Olevi Outstanding TA Programme will give access to a deeper understanding of how pupils learn and the necessary skills to secure consistently positive impact on pupil learning. The consistent application of the principles and skills acquired from the OTAP Programme should enable TAs to be judged by their schools as highly effective.

The programme is set over 5 mornings/afternoons and it is essential that you can attend all sessions. It is recommended that a minimum of 2 delegates come from each school.

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1 TBA 00:00 - 00:00 TBA Map

Code: ENF/20/106 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Programme Primary - Summer Term 20


course outline AND PURPOSE:

This programme is for TAs who want to be consistently effective in promoting positive learning outcomes for all pupils they support. The Olevi Outstanding TA Programme will give access to a deeper understanding of how pupils learn and the necessary skills to secure consistently positive impact on pupil learning. The consistent application of the principles and skills acquired from the OTAP Programme should enable TAs to be judged by their schools as highly effective.

The programme is set over 5 mornings/afternoons and it is essential that you can attend all sessions. It is recommended that a minimum of 2 delegates come from each school.

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1 TBA 00:00 - 00:00 TBA Map

Code: ENF/20/107 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Programme Secondary - Autumn Term 20


course outline AND PURPOSE:

This programme is for TAs who want to be consistently effective in promoting positive learning outcomes for all pupils they support. The Olevi Outstanding TA Programme will give access to a deeper understanding of how pupils learn and the necessary skills to secure consistently positive impact on pupil learning. The consistent application of the principles and skills acquired from the OTAP Programme should enable TAs to be judged by their schools as highly effective.

The programme is set over 5 mornings/afternoons and it is essential that you can attend all sessions. It is recommended that a minimum of 2 delegates come from each school.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 TBA 00:00 - 00:00 TBA Map