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Urban Studies is changing …

Urbanwise.London is offering you the opportunity to discover for yourself a fantastic new education centre built on a jetty on the River Thames at Fulham Wharf.

Following on from the success of last year’s teacher consultation, we would like to explore the potential for community and partnership working.

Click here for more information


FREE Music CPD for EYFS Practitioners


Enabling Musical Environments – Free training sessions for Early Years Practitioners & Teachers

Visit any early years setting and it is likely that you will see paintbrushes, paint, an easel, crayons, pencils, felt tips and many more mark making materials to enable young children to express themselves through the medium of visual art – rightly so.  How do music making opportunities compare to the visual art opportunities in your setting?

This training session will enable participants to further their understanding of:

  • Enabling Musical Environments
  • The importance of music making in the Early Years
  • Effective planning for musical activities and opportunities linked to the Early Years Foundation Stage – supporting all areas of learning through music.

Where & When:

  • The Portman Early Childhood Centre, NW8 8DE. November 11th, 1.30-3.30
  • Flora Gardens Children’s Centre, W6 0UD. November 17th, 9.30-11.30
  • Barlby Primary School, W10 6BH. November 17th, 1.15-3.15

Cost of training sessions:

FREE for Early Years Teachers and Practitioners working in the Tri-borough (Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster).

To book onto a course please email:


NQT Welcome Event


Tri-Borough NQT Welcome Event.

This session is designed to give information and context about the 3 local boroughs characteristics and features, the Appropriate Body perspective on the Induction process, key dates, NQT entitlements and the importance of Professional Association/Union membership (unions will be represented to advise on membership).

The briefing will be followed by a welcome reception with refreshments. Click here to register.


Fulham Jetty


The Urban Studies Centre is offering you the opportunity to discover for yourself this fantastic new education centre built on a jetty on the River Thames at Fulham Wharf. Click here to find out more.


Primary and Early Years NQT whole day conference

Primary and Early Years NQT whole day conference

This year’s conference will be held on Thursday, 19 May at The Queen’s Club Palliser Road, W14 9EQ.

The programme has been carefully planned to provide a relevant, varied, inspiring and enjoyable day.  The aim of the day is for NQTs to develop knowledge and understanding, acquire some creative approaches and ideas in a supportive environment to take back to their classes, have the opportunity to network and build links with fellow NQTs, and for them to feel valued, confident and re-energised.

 The programme includes a keynote workshop with Simon Cooper-Hind “Beyond the Standards – What really matters?” and a choice of afternoon workshops including Block Play (for Early Years), Children as Storytellers (from The Shakespeare Globe), Steiner Approach to Learning/ 5 minute lesson plans and Teaching Music for non-music specialists.

There are still places available. NQTs can book via email to

No additional charge for those signed up to the enhanced NQT programme (these NQTs will be given priority), otherwise, £100 per NQT for those on the basic programme which includes lunch and refreshments.



Tri-borough Annual Headteachers Conference 2016


Tri-borough Annual Headteachers Conference 2016

This year’s annual conference will be on Thursday 28 April 2016 and the venue will be Kensington Close Hotel.
We are very pleased to confirm that the key-note speaker will be Professor Graham Donaldson. Professor Donaldson was appointed as one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Education (HMI) and rose to become head of the Scottish Inspectorate (HMIE) from 2002 – 2010. In that role he was chief executive of the agency and Chief Professional Advisor on education to the Scottish Government.

The morning programme will also include a choice of three thematic workshops led by the four Teaching School Alliances: School to School support work, Specialist Leaders of Education and School Led Teacher Training.

The conference will finish with a networking lunch, providing the opportunity to find out the opportunities available from a number of internal services and external organisation

To book Click here


SEN Good Practice Music Network CPD

Schedule of Activities – Friday 11 March

9am – 9.15am
Tea, coffee

9.15am – 9.30am
Introduction & vocal warm-up – Sara Feldmann Brummer,TBMH

9.30am – 10.15am
Teaching instruments to SEN pupils (including modifying instruments and technique according to ability and needs), lesson structure-routine and tips for students with ASD, MLD, ADHD and EBD.
– Emily Stratford, College Park SEN School

10.15am – 11am
Teaching Music with PMLD students in a whole class environment – focus on interactive music IT
– Gabriel Krchnavek, QEII Jubilee SEN School

11am-11.15am Break

11.15am – 12pm
Practical session – music projects with Hearing Impaired children – Julian Knight, Creative Futures UK

12pm – 12.45pm
Using Arts Award in SEN Schools – Angela Hollands, Parkwood Hall SEN School

12.45pm – 1pm
What’s Next?
– Linking SEN schools and arts organisations – info about John Lyons Charity’s up-coming conference to connect Special Schools and SEN Resource Bases with Arts Organisations
– What would network members like to discuss/which CPD subjects should we cover next time?

Venue: Westminster Access & Inclusion Centre, Kennet Road, London W9 3LG
Interested colleagues should send their names to


Wellbeing at Lilla Huset

We have a commitment to our staff to create an environment to promote a state of contentment which allows staff to grow and develop their full potential for the benefit of themselves and their organisation.
Our Mindfulness and Yoga courses have been designed specifically for Teachers and Social Workers.

Maintain a healthy body by making healthy choices about diet, exercise and leisure
Developing an attitude of mind that enables you to have self-confidence, self-respect and to be emotional resilience
Have a sense of purpose, feeling of fulfilment and meaning
Possess an active mind that is alert, open to new experiences, curious and creative

For more information about our wellbeing projects, contact us at
The next Mindfulness course starts late February. Click here to book now


Learning to live together: making sense of British values

This conference will offer participants an opportunity to develop an understanding of what we mean by ‘British values. Share good practice in developing an inclusive ethos in our schools. Meet and develop networks with practitioners from Tri-borough schools. Date, Friday 5th February 2016 at etc Venue Victoria. For further information, please contact Clare Sumpter,