All CPD and Events

Training and other ATL events are listed below.

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English as an Additional Language Workshop

23 September 2017
English as an Additional Language Workshop - Meeting the needs of EAL Leaners in the mainstream classroom, suitable for both teaching and support staff at key stages 2-4

Cracking Cross Curricular English (Middlesbrough)

30 September 2017
Every teacher is a teacher of English and every student is required to write. This interactive training event develops teachers’ skills to enable their students to write more effectively.

Mastering Mindsets: Developing Growth Mindsets in Schools and Colleges

10 October 2017
Using case studies and real world discussion points, Mastering Mindsets takes you through an interactive introduction of exactly what it means to have a growth mindset. It looks at the advantages of adopting a growth mindset and how one might begin to move away from a fixed mindset.

Phonics 4 Everyone (North Yorkshire)

14 October 2017
This training event identifies pupils’ difficulties learning phonics. It provides strategies to teach phonics at wave 2 and 3 across the key stages demonstrating how to embed this learning into reading and spelling. Innovative ways to achieve this are demonstrated and practiced in this interactive session.

Introductory Voice Care Training Workshop

17 October 2017
The aim of this workshop is to raise awareness of the need to pay attention to the voice, and to give some practical exercises and tips that attendees can take away and put into practice in their everyday teaching and voice care routine.

Engaging the Disengaged Learner

18 October 2017
Engaging the Disengaged is a though provoking and interactive event that looks at how educators can begin to engage and rekindle the interest of their students with their own learning.

The Right to Write

18 October 2017
Every teacher is a teacher of English and every student is required to write. This interactive CPD event develops teachers’ and teacher assistants' skills to improve their students’ non-fiction writing.

Leading to Outstanding Teaching and Learning: Giving Pupils a First Class Experience (Cambridge)

19 October 2017
Research has shown that the two most important success factors for a school or a college are the effectiveness of its teaching and how it is led. Good teaching inevitably leads to student success but this cannot happen without good leadership.

Think Code! At KS2

20 October 2017
FREE workshop on teaching CODE skills at KS2 Learn how to deliver the National Curriculum in Computing at Teacher of Computer Science, Shebbear College

Cracking Cross Curricular English (Newcastle)

04 November 2017
Every teacher is a teacher of English and every student is required to write. This interactive training event develops teachers’ skills to enable their students to write more effectively.