All CPD and Events

Training and other ATL events are listed below.

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Top Tips for Learners with a Specific Learning Difficulty

02 May 2017 to 02 May 2018
This workshop gives you the tools to recognise the signs and indicators of learners with a SpLD and top tips to meet their specific learning needs through high quality teaching and creating an inclusive learning environment.

Pupil Engagement for new teachers "Stop looking at the ceiling tiles" (York)

21 April 2018
This is always a very popular session. Ensuring your pupils are engaged in your lessons will not only make your lessons flourish, it will also help you to manage behaviour effectively. This interactive and extremely useful session will get you on the right track to outstanding lessons. Delivered by Dave York, education consultant.

Memory and Learning CPD

21 April 2018
Robin’s Memory and Learning session is essential for all teachers. If you’ve been to Robin’s sessions on Behaviour and on Mindset Theory, you will know that his presentation style is fun, fast-paced and full to brimming with practical strategies. This session is no different – in fact, Robin says it’s his favourite of all his sessions … though he also admits to saying the same about all the others.

Differentiation across the Curriculum

27 April 2018
Ensuring that every pupil in your class makes “rapid and sustained progress” can sometimes seem like an impossible task – especially when within your class there are pupils of widely differing abilities. How do you make sure “Clever Claire” is “stretched and challenged” while “Vulnerable Victor” is still struggling to copy down today’s date.

Memory Working? Working Memory? - The link between Memory & Academic Attainment

03 May 2018
Research demonstrates a direct link between working memory difficulties and learners’ academic attainment. Having a good working memory is strongly linked to reading and academic achievement while a low working memory capacity can manifest itself in a student’s lack of focus, difficulty in remembering instructions and disorganised and erratic behaviour.

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

06 June 2018
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.

Growth Mindset

09 June 2018
What is it, and how can it help build resilience and success? How to recognise it?

Differentiation across the Curriculum

27 June 2018
Ensuring that every pupil in your class makes “rapid and sustained progress” can sometimes seem like an impossible task – especially when within your class there are pupils of widely differing abilities. How do you make sure “Clever Claire” is “stretched and challenged” while “Vulnerable Victor” is still struggling to copy down today’s date.

Memory Working? Working Memory? - The link between Memory & Academic Attainment

04 July 2018
Research demonstrates a direct link between working memory difficulties and learners’ academic attainment. Having a good working memory is strongly linked to reading and academic achievement while a low working memory capacity can manifest itself in a student’s lack of focus, difficulty in remembering instructions and disorganised and erratic behaviour.

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

05 July 2018
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.