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WLTSA Emerging Leadership Programme

A leadership development programme for new and aspiring leaders: 3 afternoons and 3 twilights.

This programme will help develop leadership skills and confidence. It includes strategies to lead and manage a team and to improve teaching and learning. This has been developed for those aspiring to their first leadership role and those new to leadership, and will be led by experienced current practitioners.

WLTSA Emerging Leadership Training programme

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy mindfulness course

To all staff and professionals working in LBHF, RBKC or Westminster

The Federation of Westminster Special Schools Training & Outreach Service has received funding for various mindfulness courses including  the free 8 week Cognitive Behavioural Therapy mindfulness course. This has already run in RBKC and Westminster, and they are now looking to run a course in Hammersmith & Fulham.

Any professional in a central service or charity as well as school or early years’ service may apply as long as you are working with children (age 4 or above)  and young people in LBHF, RBKC and Westminster.

They are looking for a host school in H&F and if you are interested in hosting an 8 week course please contact Carolyn Gelenter directly.

You will need to commit to the entire course if you decide to take up the offer.  
Futher details about venue, dates and times for the H&F course as soon as they are available.

Completion of this course and an additional few months practice will also give you the prerequisites for attending a ‘.b’ or ‘paws.b’ run by Mindfulness in Schools Project, which is a 6-9 week mindfulness programme for children and young people. We have over 10 free places to offer for those courses as well. (Further training in ‘.b.’ or ‘paws .b’ is not a criteria for attending the 8 week CBT mindfulness course on offer  in H&F)

Please contact Carolyn for further details about any of the courses mentioned above.

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Getting Ahead London: Creating London’s next headteachers

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Take the next step on your leadership journey

The Mayor has just launched a new scheme for senior leaders in London. Getting Ahead London can prepare senior leaders for a headship role in some of the capital’s most rewarding and challenging schools.

We know that many London schools are struggling to recruit great leaders. Through a structured, year-long programme of coaching, network building and career advice, Getting Ahead London will give senior leaders the skills and confidence to help them move towards a headship position.

The support offered includes:

• Coaching from NLE and LLE heads to help participants fulfil their leadership potential
• Help to navigate existing leadership opportunities
• Face to face leadership development and networking events with PwC, our business partner
• Online tools and resources to support your development
• Support with applying for jobs and preparing for interviews
• Getting Ahead London will run from September 2016 until July 2017.

This initiative will complement existing leadership development programmes and qualifications. The deadline for applications is 12 June 2016.

Find out more and apply at: www.london.gov.uk/gettingaheadlondon
You can also download an e-guide from the GLA web page to apply.

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Maths Hub Summer Newsletter Central & NW London

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London Central & NW Maths Hub Projects 2015-16

The London Central and North West Maths Hub is working with schools across London with a particular focus on seven boroughs in Central and NW London: Westminster, Camden, Islington, Ealing, Brent, Barnet and Harrow. The programme is funded by the Department for Education (DfE) and coordinated centrally by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM)

Maths Hub summer newsletter Central & NW London St Marylebone here: http://goo.gl/5r5mfx

 

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Music For All – Music As Mean Of Communication

The purpose of this course is to broaden the spectrum of teaching techniques and strategies used by music and classroom teachers and TA’s in SEN environments. It will cover looking at the inclusive ways of teaching, cross curricular impact and possibilities of using music as a tool for promoting wellbeing and communication.

This course is being run by Gabriel Kain, who is an SEN Music Teacher and Practitioner based at QE2 Jubilee School. He has 7 years’ experience teaching music to SEN students, covering a full spectrum of ages and abilities. His practice is supported by having completed a Trinity College Course in Early Years Music Education, and Nordoff-Robbins ‘Introduction To Music Therapy’ course. On a few occasions he presented and held Q&A’s at music conferences organised by the Tri-Borough Music Hub for Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham.

The workshop will be held at the Access and Inclusion Centre at the QEII Jubilee School W9 3LG on Monday 18th April, 9.30-12.30.
The cost of the course is £40 for all participants.

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NEW Sex & Relationship Education courses for 2016-17

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The Epic Health team co-ordinates the Tri Borough Public Health ‘Relationship and Sexual Health Education’ training programme for professionals. The annual training programme offers a wide range of training opportunities for local professionals, staff and volunteers working with young people across the Tri Borough area of RBKC, Westminster and Hammersmith & Fulham.

Programme for 2016-17: SRE Training Course Listing 2016-17

Booking Form: 20162017SRETrainingApplicationForm

For course enquiries please contact:

Asha McDonald
Tel: 0209 968 4500
Email: asha.mcdonald@epiccic.org.uk

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Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health in Schools

In partnership with the Local Authority and Commissioning Groups, Health Education Partnership are holding a free conference for school staff within Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster schools. For more information click here (item 4)

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Maths Good Practice Network

The network meetings offer a forum for subject specific co-ordinators to share examples of good practice and meet other teachers from different schools.

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PHSE Network Meeting

Date: Wednesday 9th March 2016
Venue: 3rd Floor East Training Room, Westminster City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 6QP
Times: 2pm to 4pm

Content:
The meeting will include updates on PSHE and EHWB (local and national) including signposting to resources and partner organisations. There will be an opportunity to share good practice with colleagues and an update on the free resources we have produced, including the recently updated PSHE and Wellbeing Framework and Audit Tool.

The following partners will be present to talk about the support they can offer:

MyTime Active – Physical Activity and Healthy Eating (free support)
Hawn Foundation – MindUp Framework for 4-13 year olds
British Red Cross (free support)
Living Well – Sex and Relationships Education support

The Assistant Head and PSHE lead at Sacred Heart school has kindly agreed to talk about the developments they have made within PSHE – the changes they have made within monitoring, assessment, recording and reporting have had a positive impact on the status of PSHE in the school amongst both staff and pupils.

This is a great opportunity for newly appointed PSHE leads to gain confidence in their role.

PSHE Network Meeting – Primary Schools

Date: Thursday 10th March 2016
Venue: St. Luke’s C of E Primary, Fernhead Road, London, W9 3EJ
Times: 2pm to 4pm
Audience / For: PSHE Leads

Content:
The meeting will include updates on PSHE and EHWB (local and national) including signposting to resources and partner organisations. There will be an opportunity to share good practice with colleagues and an update on the free resources we have produced, including the recently updated PSHE and Wellbeing Framework and Audit Tool.

The following partners will be present to talk about the support they can offer:

MyTime Active – Physical Activity and Healthy Eating
School Travel Plan team
Hawn Foundation – MindUp Framework for 4-13 year olds
Brook – Provide free Sex and Relationships education and training (for WCC and RBKC schools)

This is a great opportunity for newly appointed PSHE leads to gain confidence in their role.

To book please email becky.casey@healtheducationpartnership.com

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