Course outline and purpose:
This intensive 2-day course, accredited by Makaton, is designed to enable participants to use prescribed signs, symbols and speech to support and develop children’s communication skills.
The workshops will provide a practical introduction to the use of sign, symbol together with speech, teaching stages 1 to 4 plus additional vocabulary of the Core Vocabulary. Sessions will also include discussions about commonly asked questions, tips for effective sign & symbol use and how to start using Makaton in your settings to aid, support and accelerate the development of language for individuals and groups of children.
The course consists of 4 modules created by Makaton; each module must be completed as set out for you to receive your Makaton Certificate.
In order to ensure high quality training our Licensed Tutors will adhere to Makaton’s guidelines.Essential Information
COURSE OUTLINE AND PURPOSE:
This half-day workshop provides staff with the opportunity to consider different types of learners and explore how professionals might distinguish between pupils’ language needs and pupils with learning difficulties. It demonstrates effective provision for pupils who are learning English as an additional language; focusing particularly on pupils whose progress may be causing concern. It explores appropriate assessment procedures and provision in the context of the most recent legislation.Essential Information
Geography Subject Leaders and interested Teachers in all Primary, Infant and Junior schools
Course Outline and Purpose:
Training from the Geographical Association Jon Cannell
30th September 1.30 to 3.30pm
2 twilights 21st October & 4th November 4-5.30pm
These meetings provide updates and CPD for Geography to support the Primary Curriculum. They also offer colleagues the opportunity to engage in professional dialogue and share good practice around meeting common challenges.
Couse outline and purpose:
This course will introduce and cover topics that a SENCO / Inclusion Manager needs to know about.
On 1st October we will focus on:-
Current legislation and statutory advice from the DFE
Code of Practice
Roles and Responsibilities of a SENCO
Enfield local context
On 14th October the session will focus on Primary or Secondary specific practice and issues, the group will be divided for this session.Essential Information
This is a two day course which is run annually. Participants are expected to attend both days and complete a gap task.
We will look at the statutory requirements of the national curriculum and assessment procedures, enabling teachers to plan an effective curriculum based on the learning needs of their class. We will explore ways of accelerating progress for all pupils, with a focus on assessment and data analysis. Teachers will need to bring current assessment data for reading, writing and maths.
In this session we will prepare year 2 teachers for the KS1 SATs and reporting and assessment arrangements. We will discuss the formalities of testing, explore relevant supportive material and consider how to plan from test analysis. Teachers will need to bring current assessment data for reading, writing and maths and literacy and numeracy books representing the ability ranges in the class.Essential Information
Building on previous phase group training, this course is being repeated for teachers new to Year 5 or those requiring a refresher.
We will consider the ethos and objectives of the 2014 curriculum and explore progression within number, including more opportunities for deeper, rich mathematical tasks and how to achieve mastery for all children.Essential Information
Target Audience: Literacy Subject Leaders and Literacy Consultant Leading Teachers
These termly training days are aimed at supporting Literacy Subjects Leaders in managing the teaching and learning of Literacy in their schools.
MFL Subject Leaders and interested Teachers in all Primary, Infant and Junior schools
Course outline and purpose:
These meetings provide updates and CPD for MFL to support the Primary Curriculum. They also offer colleagues the opportunity to engage in professional dialogue and share good practice around meeting common challenges.Essential Information