-Next date: 3rd October 2019 9:00am - 3:30pm
Implementation Guidance Training
Based on the EEF’s guidance and rooted in the latest research, this highly effective fully funded professional development programme for Senior Leaders takes you through the EEFs Guidance report, A School’s Guide to Implementation. Good implementation lies at the heart of effective school leadership.
-Next date: 16th October 2019 9:00am - 3:15pm
Maths Transition with Maths Hub
This course is aimed at Y6/Y7 maths teachers improving primary and secondary transition by increasing: 1) teacher knowledge of approaches in the other Key Stage to the one they teach, 2) teacher knowledge of the other Key Stages’ curriculum and expectations, 3) links between local primary and secondary staff and 4) curriculum coherence between schools in clusters,starting to develop academic…
-Next date: 24th October 2019 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Research Network: Whitby Area
Be part of a research informed culture as a driver for improving the chances for children. This is an opportunity for individuals or small groups to explore an area of their interest, find out what evidence of previous work there is and a chance to meet others with similar interests. These FREE Sessions will be held at Caedmon College Whitby from 4pm until…
Twilight / Briefing
- 7th November 2019 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Putting Evidence to Work: A school’s guide to Parental Engagement
We aim to help you, as schools, to consider how you can work with parents and carers to improve children’s learning.* You, as schools, can work with parents and families in many ways and with a range of aims, for example, to involve parents in school decision making, to be proactive about safeguarding, and to engender relationships of trust and respect…
The Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching and Learning Tool has summarised international evidence and rates ‘metacognition and self-regulation as a high impact, low cost approach to improving the attainment of all learners. Self-regulation is also key in developing pupils’ awareness of their strengths and the strategies they use to learn. Pupils with good self-regulation are much more likely to succeed.
Following the success of last year’s conference, we will be holding yet another Research School conference at West Cliff Primary School in Whitby. We have invited a range of speakers including Alex Quigley and Iggy Rhodes. We have also included some very useful break-out sessions for delegates too. It promises to be be a very rewarding day.