IF YOU HAVE BOOKED AFTER 15 OCTOBER THE DOCUMENTS YOU NEED FOR THIS COURSE WILL BE ATTACHED TO YOUR JOINING INSTRUCTIONS. YOU WILL NEED TO VIEW THESE ON THE DAY SO WILL EITHER NEED TO BRING ALONG A LAPTOP TO THE SESSION OR PRINT THEM OUT BEFOREHAND AND BRING THEM WITH YOU.
READING - AM SESSION
As reading is a focus for many schools across Portsmouth this Academic Year, we are pleased to announce that Heather Rushton will be delivering training for Portsmouth schools. Her expertise includes:
The focus of this session will be to develop your teaching practice using non-fiction and poetry texts. Heather will take you through a teaching journey using one text, intertwining the skills of inference, vocabulary choices and meaning of words, that need to be explicity taught.
She will also share with you a range of non-fiction and poetry text.
MATHS - PM SESSION
We will continue developing a multi strand approach to maths, sharing resources and assessment material to ensure children are given the opportunity to show their maths skills independently.Essential Information
Information and context for Governors on teaching pupils with English as an additional language (EAL) or those who are from a minority ethnic background (BME). Ideas and strategies on developing a whole school ethos and considering the school's offer for these pupils.Essential Information
Organisations that provide services to children are required to incorporate into their recruitment and selection procedures measures that help deter, reject or identify people who might abuse children, or otherwise be unsuited to work with them.
Making safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of children an integral part of human resources management in organisations that work with children is an essential part of creating safe environments.
Following the 2004 Bichard Inquiry Report there are legal duties on schools, FE colleges and a wide range of partner organisations to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
For schools, Bichard specifically recommended that: