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20 Sep
Reading Mentor Training
This course will share the training programme to develop Year 5 or Year 9 pupils as Reading Mentors supporting year 3’s or Year 7’s with their reading. The key outcomes of this training are that the staff member trained is able to: • Develop the role of a Reading Mentors (We recommend Y5 or Year 9 pupils) • To nurture children’s engagement in reading for pleasure • Develop reading support partnerships for struggling and reluctant readers.
25 Sep
Governors Role in the Appraisal Process
Appraisal is a key process in raising achievement. This course is essential for all governors responsible for carrying out the appraisal and is open to any governor interested in this aspect of staff development. The session includes information on the ‘appraisal cycle’ – setting the objectives, monitoring progress, as well as reviewing and evaluating the outcomes.
26 Sep
Welcome to North Lincolnshire - NQT Induction Conference
Transition from trainee teacher to newly qualified teacher status, whilst exciting and a cause for celebration, can also seem daunting as this Induction Phase in a teacher’s career is a statutory element that must be completed at a satisfactory standard in order for them to continue teaching in mainstream education. What this means and how this is achieved should not be a mystery and should be a process that as an NQT, they have full involvement in how to ensure they have the best start to their developing careers in teaching. The Conference will include a number of workshop style sessions aimed at ‘unpicking’ the details of the statutory elements of the Newly Qualified Teacher Induction Phase to ensure that participants understand who the key partners are in the process and what their roles and responsibilities are. The Conference will also provide an opportunity for delegates to learn about the key priorities for children and young people in North Lincolnshire schools, particularly in relation to safeguarding and best practice, and will also highlight other ‘hot’ topics for teachers to consider that ultimately will impact on outcomes for the children in their care. A further aim of the Conference is to provide Networking opportunities and to formally welcome delegates to North Lincolnshire. The sessions will be facilitated and delivered by a range of LA Officers, giving delegates the further opportunity to meet and talk with key people from whom they can draw upon for additional support and guidance during their Induction phase and beyond. The Conference is open to all Newly Qualified Teachers, whether just embarking on their Induction Phase or those part-way through the process.
26 Sep
CEIAG - What it Means for Secondary Governors
Jenny Vincent will look at what Boards need to ensure is in place and how the school are using the Gatsby Charitable Foundations benchmark to monitor the establishment’s progress to an excellent careers programme. The session will also be an opportunity for governors to ask questions they may have about CEIAG.
01 Oct
Imagination Library Champions – Parent Partnership Book Chatter Training
The aims of training sessions are: • to share key strategies that will support “book chatter” and enhance early language learning experiences • to value and celebrate the importance of sharing books with families • to explore a range of ideas for fun activities to enhance book sharing in sessions Candidates must attend both sessions. This training will provide an opportunity for delegates to alongside their volunteers or other staff from their setting. The volunteers/staff will become Imagination Library Champions in their locality and support the Lead Champions to run sessions for families. For important information and guidance on becoming a volunteer. Volunteers can contact either: Children’s Centre Community Engagement Worker. Tel. 01652 659882 Ailsa Leggott Early Years Officer Tel. 07717587610 Email