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This course is an introduction to working with learners with hearing impairments in the classroom. Staff from the Haringey and Enfield Hearing Impairment Service will give an overview of hearing impairment, as well as the kind of provision available to enable access and improve learning in the classroom. This will be linked to the different difficulties learners with hearing impairment might experience in relation to acquiring literacy and numeracy skills.
This course will provide both academy trustees and governors in maintained schools with an understanding of why Risk Management is vital in all schools.
The course trainer is: Steve Barker from Strictlyeducation4us
Steve has a national reputation as a governance expert. He is an experienced and regular speaker at national and regional governor conferences, has had articles published in National titles and been interviewed as a governance expert on the Radio 4 Today Programme on several occasions. Steve has contributed to many national governance initiatives, including being part of the team commissioned by the National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) to develop External Reviews of Governance. Steve has also served on the NCTL Advisory Board on Governance.
To begin to identify and address key areas of Headteacher development and signpost to further development opportunities. Sessions will be an interactive workshop format with plenty of opportunity to ask questions and participate in professional learning dialogues. New and Acting Headteachers will be allocated a mentor from amongst Enfield’s experienced Headteacher network.
The sessions will also enable the networking of colleagues new to Enfield and/or Headship/Deputy Headship as well as introduce them to key Enfield colleagues who can provide guidance and support across various fields. There are no charges associated with attending these sessions unless * denotes otherwise
COURSE OUTLINE AND PURPOSE:
This is a 2 day ENGLISH course. Participants are expected to attend both days and complete a gap task.
This course now incorporates the ReBeL (reading between the lines) modules for developing READING COMPREHENSION.
We will look at the statutory requirements of the curriculum and consider assessment procedures. This will include a detailed gap analysis of the 2019 reading paper and exploration of reading comprehension strategies. We will develop 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.
This day prepares year 6 teachers for the KS2 SATs and writing TA moderation. 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 as well as KS1 data. Please also bring literacy and numeracy books representing the ability ranges in the class.
There will be a separate course for Yikes! Year 6 Maths