16 January 2021 - 23 January 2021
School Census Date: Thurs 21 January 2021 Return Date: Tues 26 January 2021
Information following updated guidance from the DfE regarding Census.
Monday 8 February 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 12:45
An exciting additional SEND event introduced in response to COVID-19.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to be bringing you this additional SEND Seminar in February 2021. With our educationally renowned keynotes speakers originally booked for the 2020 SEND conference, we are sure this half day seminar will provide you with uplifting and expert insights.
Rona Tutt is an inspirational school leader and advocate for SEND, and her well respected writing and speaking will set the tone for the day.
We also have Fintan O’Regan delivering relevant, interesting and challenging viewpoints of SEND. His work has helped to provide clarity, empathy and understanding of our most vulnerable learners.
- a great opportunity to reflect on practises during the COVID-19 pandemic
- hear from leading experts
Wednesday 24 February 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:30 – 12:30
The changes we have all experienced in the last year and adaptations we have had to make to our every day lives will shape our working processes for a long time to come. This event will review how leaders, and those within leadership roles, have worked tirelessly during these critical times to ensure the changing landscape is a positive one with many positive outcomes.
More information to come on the exciting keynote speakers we will have to join us.
Thursday 4 March 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 13:00
Human beings tend to dislike the idea of uncertainty. It is full of the unknown and the unpredictable, which easily makes us anxious. Ironically, excitement contains all the same qualities, but just the term ‘excitement’ creates a very different expectation.
In this event with Dr. Suzanne Zeedyk, we will look at the differences between uncertainty and excitement, thinking especially about how they shape children’s behaviour. Some children (and adults too) can cope with uncertainty better than others. What explains that difference, and how can that knowledge be applied in the classroom? Of course, change always starts with the adults. It promises to be a morning of insight and ideas!
Below is a list of some of our recently published courses and training:
- SLCN and SEMH Network meetings – Language and Behaviour – 27 January 2021
- Making Maths Online Alive – Various dates in January 2021
- Moving and Handling – Initial (theory and practical) – Various dates in February 2021
- Moving and Handling – Introduction/Theory – Various dates in February 2021
- Moving and Handling – Refresher (theory and practical) – Various dates in February 2021
- Maths Mind Snacks for Teachers – Various dates from March 2021