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3 October 2019
NEW: Understanding the new AoLE for Humanities – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Don Trueman,

This course is now full – click here to book a place on the repeat course – 14th November


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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8 October 2019
Observation and Assessment in Early Years (PS1) – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Jen Summers,

‘Watch, Wait and Wonder… making learning visible in early years’

This event focuses on capturing significant moments in learning – what really matters to young children! During the day, we will explore a range of excellent systems for gathering and recording young children’s development, interests and fascinations.

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8 October 2019
NEW: 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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9 October 2019
NEW: Understanding the new AOLE for Health & Wellbeing SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenters: Cath Delve, Karen Mills,

Are you ready to implement the new Health & Wellbeing 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.

This course is now fully booked.

It is running throughout the Autumn term in the following places :-

WEST WALES – Lampeter 17/10/19 – Click here
NORTH WALES – Ruithin 23/10/19 Click Here
SOUTH WALES – Cardiff 20/11/19 – Click here
WEST WALES – Llanarthne 22/11/19
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9 October 2019
Financial Literacy in KS2 – Mathematics & Health and Well-being AoLE – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Gaynor Murphy,

‘Numeracy is a key enabler in making a number of informed decisions, in particular, managing money and supporting good financial decision‑making and critically engaging with social norms around money’ Health & Well-being AoLE (draft 2019).

According to the latest Estyn report Managing Money (July 2017) “not all teachers have the knowledge and skills to help them deliver financial education confidently”

In an increasingly complex financial world, it is important that we develop pupils’ financial capability from an early age to equip them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to manage money well and to prepare them for the opportunities and challenges that money brings to their lives.

This course will support teachers in identifying opportunities to plan and deliver financial education, as well as advise and provide a wealth of teaching resources.

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10 October 2019
Effective Progression of Continuous and Enhanced Provision – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Cath Delve,

How do you ensure that areas such as sand/water are different in Y2 than in the Nursery?

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10 October 2019
DCF & STEM – Record STEM attainment painlessly using Digital Competence! – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenters: Gareth Morgan, Karen Mills,

Very practical course focused on the use of free web based applications found in primary schools across Wales via the Hwb platform. This course shows how STEM attainment for reluctant recorders can be obtained in an engaging way using digital equipment. Includes labelled photos, video, branching database, data handling, collaborative presentations and more!

Please note: Attendees will need to bring their own web enabled device (e.g. laptop)

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10 October 2019
Cymraeg ar draws y Cwricwlwm. Developing Welsh Across the Curriculum – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)
Presenter: Ann Samuel,

The main focus of the course is to provide guidance which will have a direct impact on the learning and teaching of Welsh Second Language, ensuring continuity and progression and the raising of standards within KS2.

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16 October 2019
STEM – WEST WALES (Llampeter)
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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16 October 2019
NEW Creating Independent Learners WEST WALES (Lampeter)
Presenter: Cath Delve,

Promoting and improving independent learning skills

ESTYN Inspections are regularly recommending that children improve these skills but how do we achieve this on a day to day basis in our schools? Independence is far bigger than children not interrupting teachers……

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17 October 2019
NEW: Understanding the new AOLE for Health & Wellbeing WEST WALES (Lampeter)
Presenters: Cath Delve, Karen Mills,

Are you ready to implement the new Health & Wellbeing 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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17 October 2019
NEW Donaldson in Early Years/PS1 WEST WALES (Llampeter)
Presenter: Jen Summers,

Pedagogy, Practice, Planning

The Foundation Phase ethos, principles and pedagogy will continue to be central to the delivery of early years education and have been incorporated across Curriculum for Wales 2022 to ensure it is appropriate and accessible for all practitioners and learners. Welsh Government (April 2019)  (Draft Curriculum for Wales 2022: April 2019. DRAFT STATUTORY GUIDANCE. A guide to Curriculum for Wales 2022 p6)

This course will highlight what really matters to children and the relevance and importance of first-hand experiences in an ever-changing technological world.

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22 October 2019
What does Donaldson look like in KS2 – NORTH WALES (Ruthin)
Presenter: Cath Delve,

How to move effective FP practice into lower juniors.

This course is now fully booked.

It is running throughout the Autumn term in the following places :-

SOUTH WALES – Cardiff 26/09/19 – Click here
MID WALES – Welshpool 25/10/19 – Click here  

 

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22 October 2019
NEW: Maximising Learner Progress MID WALES (Welshpool)
Presenter: Gareth Coombes,

With the need to secure Successful Futures, and Estyn clearly setting out the importance of learner progress, this Inset session will support you in directly achieving that!

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23 October 2019
NEW: Understanding the new AOLE for Health & Wellbeing NORTH WALES (Ruthin)
Presenters: Cath Delve, Karen Mills,

Are you ready to implement the new Health & Wellbeing 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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23 October 2019
High Quality Self and Peer Assessment and Strategy Feedback MID WALES (Welshpool)
Presenter: Gareth Coombes,

Assessment for Learning: The next steps

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