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Find out what is happening in EAL.

6 December 2017

Download the latest edition of the EAL Newsletter. A compilation of resources and strategies to support schools working with children developing English as an additional language. EAL issue 3

 

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Professional Development Courses at the Macbeth Centre 2017-18

26 October 2017

 

The Macbeth centre offer a range of training courses including First Aid, Health and Safety (including food safety, manual handling and educational visits co-ordinators) and IT courses (including MS Excel and Word).

Their full programme is available here: HFTD 2017 2018 (002)

All courses take place at Training and Development Unit, Macbeth Centre, Macbeth Street W6 9JJ
Book via email to hftd@lbhf.gov.uk or call the training and development unit on 020 8753 4696
Additional courses start throughout the year: visit website www.hfals.co.uk or call for details.

 

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WLTSA Emerging Leadership Programme

20 October 2017

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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Raising Attainment Workshop for Secondary Schools 18 October 2017

6 October 2017

We are delighted that Dr Vanessa Ogden,  Chief Executive Officer, Mulberry Schools Trust, will be our keynote speaker for this year’s secondary conference. Vanessa is designated a National Leader in Education and is also a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Education with a doctorate specialising in education policy and school improvement. You read more about  Dr Ogden in this profile: Dr Vanessa Ogden Biography

The afternoon workshop will also feature a Summary of Professor John Hattie’s Visible Learning Research and its Implications for Teaching Practice. and  separate hour long English and Maths workshops looking at Raising Attainment.

For further details and booking click here

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Urban Studies is changing …

8 June 2017

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

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.b or Paws.b courses for teachers/staff working in primary/secondary schools in the tri-borough.

11 May 2017

The CAHMS funded project for supporting mental health in schools is coming to a close. With special agreement from the Mindfulness in Schools Project, we are still able to offer about 10 free places.

Funding includes the full cost of the 4 day .b training or the 3 day PAWS.b training. Please check the Mindfulness in Schools website for details of courses. www.mindfulnessinschools.org and also the prerequisites for eligibility.

Please contact Carolyn Gelenter on c.gelenter@qe2cp.westminster.sch.uk for further information.

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BUBBLE & SQUEAK: The Social Enterprise tackling food waste

5 May 2017

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A group of entrepreneurial children from West London are fighting food waste by selling surplus food in the school playground and to the local community. The initiative is led by 400 children aged 5 to 12 year olds from Old Oak Primary School & Old Oak Community Centre in East Acton.

They have named their social enterprise ‘Bubble & Squeak’, a nod to the traditional   English dish made using leftover vegetables. Emphasising healthy eating, their aim is to take edible surplus food such as fruit and vegetables from local businesses, markets and supermarkets and redistribute it to the local community on a ‘pay as you feel’ basis.

The food waste epidemic is a hot topic: 15 million tonnes of perfectly edible food is wasted in Britain every year.  Creative initiatives to fight food waste are sprouting up all over the globe. The children, for example, are inspired by the Real Junk Food Project’s ‘Food Waste Supermarket’ in Leeds.

The kids want to get their whole community involved in changing attitudes towards food waste.

They are launching a crowdfunding campaign on the 24 April to raise £4,500 for a  customised shipping container to store and sell the surplus food.

Helping the children with the project are adult coordinators Elly Harrington and Lydia Gandaa.

For more information contact Elly Harrington at bubblesqueakeat@gmail.com / 07515946486, or Lydia Gandaa 02087437629 at Old Oak Primary School.

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Becoming an Effective Subject Leader 18 May 2017

4 May 2017

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Special Event, Chris Trevor, Educational Consultant.

Chris presents the “Becoming an Effective Subject Leader” courses on behalf of the Geography Association, and is a member of their Primary geography Committee.   She provides bespoke staff meetings and INSET, and popular, interactive courses, training, and support for Primary KS1, KS2 and EYFS. All sessions present fun, engaging, child-centred, child-initiated activities and creative, cross-curricular approaches with rigour, challenge and progression.  More can be found on her website here.

Chris will be running a suite of workshop activities throughout the afternoon including leading effective geography and history in your primary school, practical history activities, developing map skills in geography and history as well as assessing history and geography with a progression of skills linked to these. Book your place here

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Holland Park Ecology Centre

13 April 2017

Teachers are welcome to book two hour curriculum linked workshops at the purpose built Ecology Centre.

A typical session would be an interactive introductory talk explaining the topic and outlining the objectives. This would be followed by time in the Wildlife Area exploring and learning outdoors and end with a brief plenary.

The centre is well resourced with a range of scientific equipment, interactive whiteboard, live and static wildlife specimens and practical facilities like toilets and bag storage. They can cater for groups of up to 30 children at a time with accompanying adults.

Outdoor investigations take place in the Holland Park Wildlife Area, a secured fenced site which features a wildlife pond with a dipping platform, woodland and grassland habitats.

Further information available at Holland Park Ecology Centre or in the booklets below:

Forest School Prospectus 2017
Early Years Prospectus 2017
Primary Prospectus 2017
Secondary Prospectus 2017

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SLE Opportunity

7 February 2017

ST Marylebone

Are you looking at ways to develop your career which still allow you to work with other teachers to share your expertise? Are you ready to take on a role which is rewarding, benefits others and develop your own practice? Click here to find out more.

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