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Monthly Communication Archives: June 2021

Babcock LDP Autumn Term Conferences

Early Years Foundation Stage Conference: Understanding out World – The Footprints we Make Wednesday 6 October 2021 – A blended approach – choose to attend virtually or in person Bridging the Gap: Developing Reading Fluency for All Thursday 21 October 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings Engagement Conference – More information coming soon! The Future Continue reading →

South West Cyber Protect Briefing for the Education Sector

The South West Regional Cyber Crime Unit (SWRCCU) in collaboration with the South West Cyber Resilience Centre (SWCRC) are inviting educational establishments from the South West region to join them for this free cyber briefing on the threat of ransomware to the education sector. Aimed at business leaders and decision makers, the presentation will be Continue reading →

EXPIRED Consultation: Proposals for KEVICC, Totnes

The Governing Body of King Edward VI Community College (KEVICC) is consulting on their long-term vision for the College site and proposals for how it may look in the future. The college’s consultation, including the vision for the site, development aims as well as plans, drawings, FAQs and other information, is available on the College’s Continue reading →

Early Years Foundation Stage Conference

Wednesday 6 October 2021 – A Blended Approach – Choose to attend virtually or in person – 09:30 – 15:30 Drawing on the information shared through EYFS reform updates, this conference will explore the wonderful opportunities available to early years children to support their understanding and development. Through expert keynote speakers, including Julian Grenier, and Continue reading →

Religious Education June 2021 Newsletter

Take a look at the latest RE newsletter from Ed Pawson (Adviser to Devon and Torbay SACREs). Read the latest issue and subscribe for free to future issues. Babcock LDP – Religious Education

Mathematics Research Talks #9

Solving Subtraction Problems by Means of Indirect Addition: findings from a Collaborative Lesson Research Cycle Thursday 8 July 2021: 16:00 – 17:00hrs Subtraction problems of the type a – b = ? can be flexibly solved by various strategies,. This includes the indirect addition strategy (“how much do I have to add to b to Continue reading →

21 June 2021

Transition Guidance from Babcock LDP Teams

We know when children and young people move onto the next phase of their education or come to the end of their time in school that these transitions are particularly significant for all involved. Add on the impact of COVID over the past 18 months and we know that this year’s transition has the potential Continue reading →

Online Conference for Non-Specialist and Early Career Teachers of Maths, Physics and Computer Science

We’re excited to share details of our online conference for non-specialist and early career teachers of Maths, Physics and Computer Science. This will take place across three days from Thursday 24 -Saturday 26 June. The conference is free to attend and all content will be recorded and available for delegates to access after the event, Continue reading →

16 June 2021

Primary Computing Festival

On Friday 9 July, 0900-1530, the West Country Computing Hub will be launching its Primary Computing Festival. A free-to-attend, 1-day, online conference for primary teachers from across the South West Whether you’re leading computing in your school, or are new to the subject, the conference will cater for those in different positions with their provision Continue reading →

Cyber security training for school staff

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – a part of GCHQ – has launched free cyber security training for school staff, which sets out real-life incident case studies and four practical steps staff can take to protect themselves online. The resource is the latest package of support the NCSC has offered the schools sector to Continue reading →

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