Good teaching practice and resources,

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Remote education resources, including lessons from Oak National Academy, as well as guidance, DFE Logolesson plans and webinars on teaching remotely.

Online event

Get help with remote education and catch-up provision

Join our sector-led, online event from 4pm on Wednesday 27th January. The event will provide:

  • examples of the best approaches to remote education
  • advice on delivering the curriculum virtually, featuring Oak National Academy, the EdTech Demonstrator Network, Microsoft and Google
  • top tips on maintaining wellbeing, motivation and keeping pupils safe whilst delivering remote education

 

Find out more here: https://get-help-with-remote-education.education.gov.uk/good-teaching-practice.html

Understanding the difference between SEND and Disadvantage in schools

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Join Whole School SEND and the South West Regional Team for a thought-provoking session based on evidence anWhole School SENDd experience which challenges the under-standing of SEND and Disadvantage in schools.

Tuesday 9th March 2021, 16:00-17:00

In this webinar, guest speaker Bill Jerman, an experienced National Leader of Edu-cation and leader of a Teaching School Alliance, will explore the question:

Is there a real understanding of the difference in SEND and Disadvantage in schools?

For more detail, please click here.

To sign up please click here.

Review your remote education provision

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The Department for Education has developed a framework to help schools and further education (FE) provDFE Logoiders in England identify strengths and areas for improvement in their remote education provision.

Find it here.

Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Maths (SKTM) – Primary Teachers NCP20-24C

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Develop mathematical subject knowledge and understand the pedagogy that underpins the teaching of it.
Boolean Maths Hubs
 
This Work Group is designed to support teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom. The programme is based on four core primary modules: number sense; additive reasoning; multiplicative reasoning and fractions. The work group will also explore the DfE Ready to Progress guidance to reflect on how we develop mathematical fluency and reasoning to ensure all pupils have secure foundations in the core areas. 
 
To view the event flyer and for further details, please click here
 
Online Work Group starting 2nd February- sign up HERE by 26 January.