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The learning objectives are:
1) Refresh knowledge of Data Protection basics
2) ensure School Governors are up-to-date on changes in practice and cases since the law came in
3) Resolves questions and queries regarding Data Protection
Semi-confused by semi colons?
Puzzled by the passive and feeling less than progressive about the future perfect?
Then the all new and enhanced Grammar for Writing is the course for you!
Replacing the highly successful and long running Grammar Champions, Grammar for Writing offers two full days of grammar tuition for teachers – and so much more. No longer squeezed into four twilights, the programme will explain the key aspects of grammar that feature in the Year 2 and Key 6 grammar, punctuation and spelling test papers but will also explore grammar confidence as a stool to raise standards in reading and writing across the curriculum.
course outline and purpose:
The course is designed to refresh the grammar subject knowledge of teachers regardless of specialism or phase. Each of the two days will explore different aspects of grammar including word classes, sentence structure, punctuation and the bigger structural elements that make student writing cohesive and coherent- key criteria for writing success according to the STA.
Participants are expected to attend both days in order to build an understanding of how grammar works as an interconnected web of linguistic structures. Sessions are designed to be light hearted and interactive with games and activities calculated to engage teachers as learners and to showcase approaches that can be used in the classroom
Grammar is an aspect of writing which most teachers, in all phases and all key stages, are obliged to teach without the confidence of being formally trained themselves.
Grammar for Writing is not just a non-judgemental forum in which to explore some of the
misconceptions, vagaries and pedantry behind English grammar but is also a place where participants come to recognise that grammar can be taught as a tool for creating more literate learners.
Primary: newly appointed TAs who have not yet had an opportunity to join this programme
Course outline AND PURPOSE:
Course covers: Math, English, Behaviour Management, Inclusion/SEN, EAL/EMA, Child Protection, Career Development & Understanding Child Development, Workshops can be subject to review and amendments.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||09 January 2020||09:15 - 15:00||Millfield House||Map|
|2||16 January 2020||09:15 - 15:00||Millfield House||Map|
|3||23 January 2020||09:15 - 15:00||Millfield House||Map|
|4||30 January 2020||09:15 - 11:45||Millfield House||Map|
|5||06 February 2020||09:15 - 12:45||Millfield House||Map|
|6||26 February 2020||09:15 - 15:00||Millfield House||Map|