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23 April 2020
NEW ‘What does Donaldson look like in KS2’? – NORTH WALES (Ruthin)
Presenter: Cath Delve,

In his ‘Successful Futures’ Report the ethos, principles and pedagogy of the current Foundation Phase was identified as a significant strength of current educational practice in Wales. It was recommended that schools build on successful ‘Foundation’ practice, philosophy and pedagogy into the middle and later years of primary education and beyond. How this works in practice needs to be carefully managed to ensure that transition issues are removed and progression is ensured.

 

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24 April 2020
NEW: What Now Matters? Unlocking the AoLE for Languages, Literacy and Communication MID WALES (Welshpool)
Presenter: Helen Bowen,

Helen began exploring the draft LLC document with schools in the Autumn of 2019. The revised LLC document will be the focus for this event. Teachers will build on their knowledge of the core concepts and explore what this means for their school and setting.

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14 May 2020
Planning for Progression in the Teaching of Reading in KS2 – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Stephanie Vaughan,

Guided reading and beyond. What comes after guided reading?

How can a school use different reading approaches to help pupils to become increasingly independent readers? This course will demonstrate how to plan for progression in the teaching of reading by combining guided reading with group reading and reciprocal teaching.

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14 May 2020
Donaldson in Early Years – pedagogy, practice, planning SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Jen Summers,

This course will highlight what really matters to children and the relevance and importance
of first-hand experiences. It will focus on the types of learning environments schools need to create to
fully support the New Curriculum vision for Early Years.

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19 May 2020
Understanding the new AoLE for Mathematics and Numeracy WEST WALES (Carmarthen)
Presenter: Lynwen Barnsley,

Are you ready to implement the new Maths and Numeracy AoLE?

What changes will you need to make?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and ensuring effective implementation of the new curriculum.

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19 May 2020
Donaldson in Early Years – pedagogy, practice, planning WEST WALES (Carmarthen)
Presenter: Jen Summers,

This course will highlight what really matters to children and the relevance and importance
of first-hand experiences. It will focus on the types of learning environments schools need to create to
fully support the New Curriculum vision for Early Years.

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20 May 2020
Understanding the new AoLE for LLC – WEST WALES (Carmarthen)
Presenter: Helen Bowen,

Are you ready to implement the new LLC AoLE?

What aspects of your provision for LLC will need to remain?

What changes will you need to make?

How can you make them achievable?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and support effective implementation of the new curriculum.

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20 May 2020
STEM – WEST WALES (Carmarthen)
Presenter: Jen Summers,

‘Brilliant Block Play! – The world through the eyes of a child’

Block play is the perfect way to support the four purposes. It offers a vast range of open-ended experiences, enriches every curriculum area and supports child development. Through block play children may investigate the basic principles of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – not to mention problem solving, thinking and social skills!  Block play fosters a child’s natural curiosity.

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21 May 2020
Understanding the new AoLE for Science and Technology – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenters: Karen Mills, Gareth Morgan, Nerys Tudor Jones,

Are you ready to implement the new science and technology AoLE?

What changes will you need to make?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and ensuring effective implementation of the new curriculum.

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21 May 2020
Understanding the new AoLE for Expressive Arts – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenters: Huw Duggan, David Powell; Upbeat Music and Arts,

Are you ready to implement the new Expressive Arts AoLE?

What changes will you need to make?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and ensuring effective implementation of the new curriculum.

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2 June 2020
Understanding the new AoLE for Humanities – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Don Trueman,

Are you ready to implement the new Humanities AoLE?

What changes will you need to make?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and ensuring effective implementation of the new curriculum.

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2 June 2020
Science & Technology AoLE in Progression Step 2 (Y1, Y2, Y3) SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenters: Karen Mills, Nerys Tudor Jones, Gareth Morgan,

This course will review the draft proposals for Science & Technology at Y1, Y2, Y3, explain key changes and terminology; suggest effective and challenging activities, resources and learning strategies to support their successful implementation.

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3 June 2020
NEW Teaching Welsh Language Sentence Patterns SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Carys Gwent,

This highly practical course is structured around sentence patterns selected from the ‘Continuum of Welsh Language Patterns’. We introduce songs and creative activities with a view to developing the necessary teaching skills.

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3 June 2020
Understanding the new AoLE for Mathematics and Numeracy SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Lynwen Barnsley,

Are you ready to implement the new Maths and Numeracy AoLE?

What changes will you need to make?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and ensuring effective implementation of the new curriculum.

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4 June 2020
NEW Nurture for Inclusion SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Angela Coates,

Current research across local authorities in Wales, suggests that employing Nurturing practices for well being can result in reduced exclusions.

Are you looking for guidance for planning for Well being groups?… 

This course aims to provide a bank of nurturing activities and ideas to support classroom practitioners with planning and assessment for well being. 

How do you create an inclusive curriculum for pupils who have suffered Adverse Childhood Experiences?… 

We will explore different ACES and how to create an environment that incorporates the needs of all pupils.

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4 June 2020
Understanding the new AoLE for LLC (1 day) – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Helen Bowen,

Are you ready to implement the new LLC AoLE?

What aspects of your provision for LLC will need to remain?

What changes will you need to make?

How can you make them achievable?

This course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and support effective implementation of the new curriculum.

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