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Upcoming events

Herts and Bucks Hub-led event on Memory Techniques and Preparation for Linear Qualifications

26 January 2017 -
1:30pm to 4:00pm

St Clement Danes School in Hertfordshire are hosting an afternoon session of memory techniques, delivered by educational psychologist Dr. Martijn van der Spoel. Martijn will explain the psychology of studying - explaining not only the ‘how’ but the ‘why’ of successful learning which will help students retain knowledge for longer periods.

Mrs Ais Ryan and Mrs Sue Savin will share in a second session they have developed, as Heads of English and Maths respectively, to meet the demands...

South East London/Inspire hub-led event - Primary marketplace

7 February 2017 -
4:30pm to 7:00pm

John Ball Primary School in Lewisham are hosting a sharing best practice event for all primary practitioners.

Using the 'marketplace' format, outstanding practitioners from across two Challenge Partners hubs in South London will promote and share an aspect of their practice they find to be highly effective. Topics covered include learning, behaviour, inclusion, play/lunchtime, assessment and curriculum.

Entrance is FREE to CP schools and a delicious supper will be included...

Impact Alliance Hub - Lesson Study Training Programme

21 February 2017 (All day) to 23 February 2017 (All day)

The aims of this 2-day programme are to train teachers and leaders in the use of Lesson Study and to maximise the impact of Lesson Study on teacher performance and student outcomes.

When : Tuesday 21st February AND Thursday 23rd March 2017 (2-day programme) Where : Hayes School, Bromley Who is it for?: School teachers and leaders

If you don't know much about Lesson Study and want to know more, you might like to attend a Lesson Study briefing session being held at Hayes...

Herts and Bucks Hub-led event - Strategies to improve more able students

28 February 2017 -
1:30pm to 4:00pm

Sir John Lawes School are hosting an afternoon session on strategies for challenging the most able students.

Ofsted’s report in 2013 ‘The most able students: are they doing as well as they should in our non-selective secondary schools?’ made it clear that too few schools set high enough expectations of what these students can achieve.

Sir John Lawes was judged outstanding by Ofsted in 2008 and subsequently became a National Support School. Their students start with...

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