NEW: Understanding the new AOLE for Health & Wellbeing SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)

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.

£210.00 + VAT (20%)

Target Group: Headteachers, SMT, Teachers

Course objectives

  • getting ready for the new AoLE for Health & Wellbeing
  • identifying the important changes - what is the same and what is different about the new and old curriculum?
  • unpicking and understanding the language of the new curriculum
  • identifying the key knowledge and skills and making links to the the four purposes
  • identifying effective approaches in Health & Wellbeing teaching
  • developing an action plan for implementing change back in school

course attendee quote What people say about the Health and Wellbeing course...

"Excellent delivery! Informative course - feels as if I am more aware of the H&W AoLE. Lots to share back at school. Both presenters are very experienced, knowledgeable and well aware of what school is like on a day-to-day basis! Thank you!"   Course Delegate Oct 2019 "Excellent course. Up to date information regarding the new curriculum. Very useful resources and very excited about the new changes to education. Diolch yn fawr"  Course Delegate Oct 2019
"Inspirational. Feel the most prepared and confident to face the changes that I have done since the introduction of Donaldson!"   Course Delegate Oct 2019


Course Presenters: Cath Delve, Karen Mills

Cath Delve

FOUNDATION PHASE/ OUTDOOR LEARNING/ WHOLE SCHOOL ISSUES - Cath Delve provides training, guidance and support to schools and LEAs all over Wales. Her courses cover a wide range of topics such as creating independent learners, outdoor learning, pupil voice and well-being, raising the attainment of boys, progression in continuous and enhanced provision, planning and the curriculum, being an effective Foundation Phase leader, literacy, numeracy, creativity, assessment, raising standards through display, transition, moving towards the new curriculum, developing the role of support staff and the exemplary delivery of the Foundation Phase. Some of her initiatives such as ‘Freaky Friday,’ ‘Igloo’ and ‘Messy Monday’ have been implemented and used by schools all over Wales and into England. In addition to working for Collective Learning as a course provider Cath Delve is also an independent educational consultant working alongside many, many schools all over Wales to help them improve their environments, provision, curriculum, everyday practice with a view to raising standards and moving forward in every way. Search for Courses

Karen Mills

SCIENCE and OUTDOOR LEARNING - Karen Mills is passionate about Science and Outdoor Learning. She was the Curriculum Improvement Advisor for Science and ESDGC for Newport CC, as well as the regional coordinator for ESDGC Schools Networks. She has an M.A. in Early Years Education. Karen was a member of the working party for DCELLS Science Curriculum 2008. She was co-author of Module 6 for the Foundation Phase and was a member of the WAG working group that developed ESDGC 'A Common Understanding for Schools’. Search for courses

Course Location: South Wales - Cardiff

CARDIFF: Future Inn, Hemingway Road, Cardiff Bay CF10 4AU START TIME: 8.30am coffee and registration for a 9.00am start
The Future Inn, Cardiff Bay https://www.futureinns.co.uk/cardiff/