In a recent Podcast, Dr Jim Rogers talks with Bill Jerman, Disadvantage specialist to discuss 'How schools can better serve our disadvantaged learners'.
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Funded opportunity available Primary Schools - Starting 11th March
By investing time in the subject leadership aspects, participants can reflective on specific challenges they may face and explore recovery and longer-term priorities of implementation of teaching for mastery in schools. Six online workshops to develop sustainable approaches for pupil outcomes to ensure conceptual and procedural understanding are developed with a teaching for mastery lens, as part of COVID-19 recovery planning.
For Headteachers, Principals/SLT and Maths Subject Leads who are either interested in teaching for mastery approaches (and not eligible for Mastery Readiness) or are in schools/academies which have previously participated in the teaching for mastery programme and have recently experienced a change in (maths) leadership).
Further information/sign up HERE
Invitation to join our next national SPP WEBINAR: Rethinking our approach to tackling disadvantage
Next month, we will hold the second of our free, open access webinars where guest speaker and Pupil Premium expert Marc Rowland joins us to explore the experience and research that forms the bedrock of our Focused Enquiry Framework on tackling disadvantage. Collectively, we'll challenge ourselves to explore how we can support young people at risk of underachievement in new ways and better understand some of the current themes and levers - and if you already practice peer review, how you might contextualise enquiry questions for peer reviews in your setting.
This webinar is open to all schools and education leaders. To attend, please register here for your free place.
Whole School SEND and Bristol City Council are hosting a training session 'Every Governor A SEND Leader' on Thursday 11th February and repeated on Friday 12 March.
This is a DfE funded project to support leadership of provision for children with SEND in Bristol.
The project includes a free training and development opportunity for governors, delivered by national consortium Whole School SEND.
The training is particularly appropriate for Chairs of Governors, but SEND Governors, and other governors wishing to gain a greater understanding of this area of governing body responsibility are also welcome to attend. Led by Malcolm Reeve, National SEND Leader, WSS and Erica Wolstenholme, South West England Regional SEND Leader WSS, the session will focus on governor’s role in the leadership of SEND provision. It is designed to deepen governor’s understanding of:
For further details and how to book please see the attached flyer.