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Learning, Teaching and Provision Events
Title Outline Dates
Education & Skills Partnership Continuous Professional Development

event 142

The aim of this CPD is to ensure staff are fully up to date with the national policy and local strategies and to enhance local knowledge and experience of opportunities for young people. The network will aim to meet the needs of staff working across a wide range of range of roles including senior leaders, governors and tutors. It will provide opportunities for sharing good practice across our wide range of training and education providers, and identify future training needs.

Each event will be facilitated by the Education & Skills Partnership Team, and have a relevant theme and/or guest speaker, details of which will be circulated in advance. The themes for each meeting will be determined by the Partnership at the start of each academic year to support the Partnership priorities - STEM, CEIAG, reducing the FSM gap at Level 3.
Wed 19 Jun 2019
Implementing Relationships and Sex Education in Primary Schools (Family Links)

event 253

Outline of Event:
From September 2019 all Primary Schools are required to teach Relationships Education. This practical and interactive half day workshop will:
• Give participants the opportunity to explore examples of RSE in action
• Reflect on the role of pedagogy in this area
• Provide the outline for a while school framework for relationships education
• Consider what we know about how children learn their habits of relating
• Explore the links with your school’s stated values and ethos
• Signpost helpful resources for curriculum content
Tue 25 Jun 2019
NQT Development Programme ( Benjamin Curtis Core programme)

event 168

Outline of event:
The programme consists of seven days of training , each of which is repeated in two different venues ( central: Tickton Grange and west: Brough Business Centre)
Each session runs from 9.15 to 3.30
The start dates of each cohort are staggered so that NQTs starting at different points in the year can access the whole programme if they wish.
Cohort 1 (NQTs starting from September 2018)
Cohort 2 (NQTs starting from January 2019)

It is not a requirement to attend always at the same centre, or to attend all the training sessions although this can facilitate NQT networking.

2018-2019 cohorts
DAY 1: Reviewing personal and professional achievements, planning for professional development and improved performance
Practical workshop to review achievements to date, consider professional development needs and formulate a plan
(Teachers standards Part 1/8)
(Cohort 1) Wednesday 10th October 2018
(Cohort 2) Wednesday 16th January 2019

DAY 2 A practical approach to improving behaviour for learning
(TS Part 1/7)
(Cohort 1) Wednesday 21st November 2018
(Cohort 2) Wednesday 27th February 2019

DAY 3 Meeting the needs of individual pupils, differentiating learning activities especially for SEN and more able
TS Part 1/1,2,4,5,6)
(Cohort 1) Thursday 22nd November 2018
(Cohort 2) Thursday 28th February 2019

DAY 4 DAY 4 Dealing with bullying, developing pupils' social and emotional awareness, building confidence and developing pupils as goal setters
(TS Part 1/1,7)
(Cohort 1) Thursday 24th January 2019
(Cohort 2) Thursday 28th March 2019

DAY 5 Developing positive partnerships with parents and carers
Including report writing and relationships with other adults and agencies
(TS Part 1/8, Part 2)
(Cohort 1) Wednesday 27th March 2019
(Cohort 2) Thursday 25th April 2019

DAY 6 An introduction to the role of the subject leader, getting started
(TS Part 1/2,3,4,6,8, Part 2)
(Cohort 1) Thursday 23rd May 2019
(Cohort 2) Wednesday 22nd May 2019

DAY 7 Self review performance and effectiveness, preparing for performance review
(TS Part 1/2,3,4,6,8, Part 2)
(Cohort 1) Wednesday 19th June 2019
(Cohort 2) Thursday 20th June 2018


Wed 19 Jun 2019
Thu 20 Jun 2019
Practical Strategies to Develop Emotional Resilience

event 254

Developing positive behaviour and improving social and emotional wellbeing for you and your pupils. This workshop will enable participants to:
• Create emotionally healthy learning environments
• Develop positive behaviour management strategies
• Improve communication and feedback to raise standards and build positive relationships with parents, pupils and colleagues
• Manage your own stress levels and wellbeing in and out of the classroom
Thu 4 Jul 2019
Progress for All Pupils Events
Title Outline Dates
EYFS into Year One - Developing Transition Arrangements

event 132

The EYFS states: 'The ways in which the child engages with other people and their environment - playing and exploring, active learning and creating and thnking critically - underpin learning and development across all areas and support the child to remain an effective and motivated learner'.
This course for teachers of Year 1 children looks at how children learn in the EYFS and how this information can be continued into Year 1 through effective data analysis, observations and professional dialogue with their EYFS colleague.
Thu 4 Jul 2019
SENCo Forum

event 184

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet Nursery, Primary and Secondary colleagues to discuss current issues and concerns, to respond to the proposed CPD programme for SENCos and to receive relevant updates on current local and national developments.
Thu 27 Jun 2019
Leadership Development Events
Title Outline Dates
Careers Education, Information and Guidance in Schools for Governors (CEIAG)

event 202

The new Careers Strategy: making the most of everyone's skills and talents, was released in December 2017 with accompanying guidance for schools and FE and Sixth Form Colleges published in January and February 2018. New measures, funding & duties will be in place for the 2018/2019 school year, including putting in place a dedicated careers leader. With a renewed government focus on careers advice, now is the time for school & college leaders to ensure they have the high-quality careers programme envisaged & required by the strategy.


Schools should have a strategy for the careers guidance they provide to young people, embedded within a clear framework linked to outcomes for pupils.

This session will examine the statutory duty in relation to careers guidance, key principles for good careers guidance and share good practice in relation to developing a school strategy for advice and guidance.

This event will take place at County Hall - 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Wed 19 Jun 2019
Cluster training: Effective Engagement with Stakeholders

event 258

Effective stakeholder engagement has a large and positive impact on children’s learning. Listening to stakeholders is a fundamental element of governance, not an optional extra, but is in danger of being overlooked.

The Ofsted Inspection Handbook states that inspectors will consider:

'whether leaders engage with learners, parents, their community and
employers to plan and support the education and training that learners get'


In addition to this the Governance Handbook states:

‘As the strategic leaders of their organisations it is vital that boards are connected with, and answerable to, the communities they serve, particularly parents/carers.’

This event will explore interventions, approaches and practices that are most effective in promoting stakeholder engagement.

This event will take place at South Cave CE VC Primary School, Church Street, South Cave, Brough, HU15 2EP, 7.00pm to 9.00pm.
Thu 27 Jun 2019
Disadvantage Champion Network Meeting

event 120

Following the introduction of the 'ASPIRE Charter' during the academic year 2015-16, East Riding schools have committed to address the barriers to learning that financial disadvantage can bring and the effect that it can have on the attainment of each individual disadvantaged pupil. Within schools, Disadvantage Champions and Disadvantage Link Governors have been identified and are providing the leadership and work coordination needed to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils. The Disadvantage Champion Network Meetings are designed to provide support and challenge to this ongoing work.

As the Ofsted Framework (launched in September 2015) increases the inspection emphasis on tracking the progress of the disadvantaged, accounting for the effective use of the pupil premium and evaluating the role played by leaders in doing this, these meetings aim to ensure that those with responsibility for raising the attainment of disadvantaged pupils are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture. Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing good practice and networking. Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit.
Tue 25 Jun 2019
Education Inspection Framework briefing

event 256

The Education Inspection Framework is due to commence on the 1st September 2019. As part of Ofsted’s preparation for this, pilot inspections have taken place across the country including within the East Riding.

Headteachers from primary schools in the local authority are invited to an information session about the new inspection framework where there will be the opportunity to hear from an experienced primary headteacher who participated in a pilot inspection earlier in the term.

Wed 19 Jun 2019
Tue 25 Jun 2019
Governors Roles and Responsibilities: what good governance looks like

event 203

This event will explore the three core functions of the governing board and look at strategies to develop and evaluate effective governance within your school. Wed 19 Jun 2019
Head teacher Performance Management and Staff Appraisal: governors role in holding senior leaders to account

event 194

This workshop will help governors to think about how they will make performance related pay decisions according to the PRP system. Wed 10 Jul 2019
Heads of Sixth Form Leadership Development Meeting

event 135

The Heads of sixth form meeting will focus around the Sixth Form Charter for improvement in our East Riding Sixth Forms.

The focus will be negotiated with Heads of Sixth prior to the meetings.

The CPD will look at the Head of Sixth Form's role in Leadership and management, monitoring and evaluation strategies and impact.

The focus may include element of the following:-

*Whole school Recruitment, Retention and Results;

*OfSTED Updates;

*Improvement priorities, key actions, interventions and impact

*Sharing of good practice, key actions and impact

The events will also involve inviting Subject Leaders from targeted subjects to improve standards at KS5 and to share and evaluate current practice in line with the Sixth Form Charter.
Tue 2 Jul 2019
NQT Induction Tutor Conference

event 127

This conference has been organised to provide a key training opportunity for NQT Induction tutors / mentors whether experienced or new to role.
It is important that all NQT Induction tutors receive updates to ensure that schools are meeting all the statutory requirements and are familiar with their roles and the expectations of the Appropriate Body.

The conference is FREE OF CHARGE.

The morning session is for NQT Induction tutors/mentors who are new to the role. The session will include a focus on the statutory requirements, effective mentoring and NQT manager.
The afternoon session (starting at 1:15pm) is for all NQT Induction tuors/mentors, new and existing.The session will include updates and a focus on the recently published DfE Early Careers Framework in preparation for the proposed changes to NQT Induction and training for NQTs and mentors.
Tue 9 Jul 2019
Tue 9 Jul 2019
Participation and Progression Forum

event 251

Primary MFL Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 115

This is a half day event at a central venue.
Leading modern languages in a primary school presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people, and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
This course aims to ensure those with responsibility for modern languages are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit.
Thu 4 Jul 2019
Primary Subject Leadership - Moving Primary Subject Leadership Forward in Mathematics, English and Science

event 107

These are a series of full day network and CPD meetings to support you in leading your subject within your own school. Throughout the year this outline will be updated with more specific information relating to the particular term's meetings. So it is important to keep a look out for this, as well as particular information about any guest speakers we are hoping to engage.

There will always be a focus on keeping you up to date. This will include items such as current education thinking, assessment, curriculum, Ofsted updates etc. There will also be subject specific content to enable you to reflect on your particular subject as well as supporting colleagues back in school.

Please note the dates for the specific subjects during the terms:-

Autumn Term :-

Mathematics 6th November 2018
English 24th October 2018
Science 8th November 2018

Spring Term :-

Mathematics 25th March 2019 (Afternoon session only)
English 21st March 2019 (Afternoon session only)
Science 7th February 2019


Summer Term :-
Mathematics TBC
English TBC
Science 11th July 2019


Thu 11 Jul 2019
Promoting the Education of Looked After and Previously Looked After Children for Governors

event 191

This event will focus on 'developing an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of governors' in relation to the statutory guidance for Children Looked After and previously Looked After Children.

This event will be delivered by Maria Butler, Teacher and Training Co-ordinator for VCET.
Wed 26 Jun 2019
Psychology Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 124

Leading a subject presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
This course aims to ensure those with responsibility within Psychology departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Wed 10 Jul 2019
Secondary Computer Science Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 162

Leading subjects presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
This course aims to ensure those with responsibility within computing departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit
Thu 4 Jul 2019
Secondary Design and Technology Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 165

Leading foundation subjects presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people, and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
This course aims to ensure those with responsibility within Design and Technology departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Thu 4 Jul 2019
Secondary English Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 113

This is a full day event at a central venue.
Leading core subjects presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people, and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
The meetings aim to ensure those with responsibility within English departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research, and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit.
Wed 26 Jun 2019
Secondary Humanities Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 163

Leading subjects presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people, and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
The meetings aim to ensure those with responsibility within Humanities departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research, and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit
Tue 18 Jun 2019
Secondary Mathematics Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 112

This is a full day event at a central venue.
Leading core subjects presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people, and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
This course aims to ensure those with responsibility within mathematics departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit.
Secondary MFL Subject Leader development meeting

event 114

This is a full day event at a central venue.
Leading a subject presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people, and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
This course aims to ensure those with responsibility within modern language departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit.
Thu 11 Jul 2019
Secondary Religious Education Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 164

Leading subjects presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people, and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
The meetings aim to ensure those with responsibility within RE departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research, and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Each meeting has totally new content and delegates are recommended to attend all meetings for maximum benefit.
Tue 18 Jun 2019
Secondary Science Subject Leader Development Meeting

event 123

Leading core subjects presents a range of ongoing challenges including promoting effective teaching and learning, successfully managing a team of people and developing efficient and sustainable administrative procedures.
This course aims to ensure those with responsibility within science departments are fully up to date with the latest pedagogical developments, with contemporary research and with the current local and national picture of the subject.
Meetings will be interactive and offer practical ideas for use in the classroom and in wider aspects of the leadership role. They will also provide a forum for sharing and networking good practice.
Thu 27 Jun 2019
Behaviour and Safeguarding Events
Title Outline Dates
Motivational Interviewing Training

event 257

Motivational Interviewing is a ‘style’ or ‘method’ that aims to enhance a young person’s motivation to change behaviour by exploring and resolving their ambivalence about change. It looks at clarifying a young person’s strengths and aspirations and evokes their own motivation for change.

This training will develop your knowledge of Motivational Interviewing ‘spirit’, skills and processes in order to support the young people you work with to facilitate change.
Mon 8 Jul 2019
Teaching Maths Outdoors - Using the school grounds, gardens and ponds

event 146

These sessions provide primary teachers and teaching assistants with an opportunity to learn and share a wide range of practical ideas and resources for teaching aspects of the curriculum outside the classroom using the school grounds, gardens, and ponds. The course will also consider ways of developing the school grounds to enhance outdoor learning opportunities. This will be a twilight session from 16.00 - 18.00.
For schools/academies which have bought in to the Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning SLA the charge will be £12pp.
For schools/academies which have not bought in to the Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning SLA the charge will be £50pp.


Feedback from previous course participants-

* Lots of ideas and hands-on activities"

* Super - lots of ideas to take back to school"

* Very useful and enjoyable - if I enjoyed it then the children will!"

* I will take children outside a lot more and think more creatively in planning"

* Very useful - great ideas to implement into the curriculum"
Learning and Teaching Outcomes-
The overall aim is to develop the competence and confidence to teach effectively outside the classroom. The course will encourage teachers to explore the potential of using outdoor environments and to appreciate the place of experiential learning.
At the end of the course, participants should know how to-
* plan and prepare for lessons outside
* develop and use resources to promote learning
* identify and manage risks sensibly and proportionately
* manage groups safely and control behaviour effectively outdoors
* deliver quality lessons outdoors that inspire and enhance learning
* recognise potential cross curricular links and opportunities
* evaluate the effectiveness of outdoor learning

The impact upon the pupils should be positive and measurable in terms of-
* behaviour
* motivation
* attainment
Thu 20 Jun 2019
Teaching Outdoor - Using the Beach

event 145

This course provides primary teachers and teaching assistants with an opportunity to learn and share a wide range of practical ideas for teaching aspects of the curriculum during visits to the beach. This is a twilight session from 16.00 - 18.00.
For schools/academies which have bought in to the Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning SLA the charge will be £12pp.
For schools/academies which have not bought in to the Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning SLA the charge will be £50pp.
Thu 11 Jul 2019
Teaching Outdoors - Creative Outdoor Learning Award (COLA)

event 144

This 8 hour course involves a full day (09.00 - 17.00) sessions. A further 2 hour assessment (during a twilight session) is also necessary the following term to complete the course and achieve the award. A suitable date and venue for this assessment will be arranged after discussion with all candidates.
Additional bespoke courses might also be possible by arrangement.
Fri 5 Jul 2019
Teaching Science Outdoors - Using the school grounds, gardens and ponds

event 160

These sessions provide primary teachers and teaching assistants with an opportunity to learn and share a wide range of practical ideas and resources for teaching aspects of the curriculum outside the classroom using the school grounds, gardens, and ponds. The course will also consider ways of developing the school grounds to enhance outdoor learning opportunities. This will be a twilight session from 16.00 - 18.00.
For schools/academies which have bought in to the Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning SLA the charge will be £12pp.
For schools/academies which have not bought in to the Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning SLA the charge will be £50pp.


Feedback from previous course participants-

* Lots of ideas and hands-on activities"

* Super - lots of ideas to take back to school"

* Very useful and enjoyable - if I enjoyed it then the children will!"

* I will take children outside a lot more and think more creatively in planning"

* Very useful - great ideas to implement into the curriculum"
Learning and Teaching Outcomes-
The overall aim is to develop the competence and confidence to teach effectively outside the classroom. The course will encourage teachers to explore the potential of using outdoor environments and to appreciate the place of experiential learning.
At the end of the course, participants should know how to-
* plan and prepare for lessons outside
* develop and use resources to promote learning
* identify and manage risks sensibly and proportionately
* manage groups safely and control behaviour effectively outdoors
* deliver quality lessons outdoors that inspire and enhance learning
* recognise potential cross curricular links and opportunities
* evaluate the effectiveness of outdoor learning

The impact upon the pupils should be positive and measurable in terms of-
* behaviour
* motivation
* attainment