Developing an Ambitious Reading Culture (EVENT FULL)
This course will support schools in developing a reading culture that:
believes every child can learn to read with the right teaching and support;
builds time for all children to read independently, read aloud and be read to during the school day;
places reading and books at the centre of the curriculum;
develops a coherent whole-school strategy for promoting reading for pleasure.
Supporting transition in English for autumn term 2020
This virtual course will introduce teachers to the HIAS Step Up to Catch Up curriculum guidance materials, aimed at supporting practitioners to accelerate progress and minimise learning loss in English caused by the Covid-19 lockdown. Teachers will receive the support materials for their phase (KS1, LKS2, UKS2) as part of the course.
Do you have a clear progression of learning for these tricky concepts?
Are your teachers using manipulatives and effective mathematical
models to support conceptual understanding?
This practical course will allow you to reflect on your curriculum, how you
teach these tricky concepts and on your outcomes in this area. It will be
led by a senior maths consultant who has worked closely with Oxfordshire
schools to develop their practice.
Adapting the Relationships Education (statutory from September 2020) and Relationships and Sex Education curriculum for children with SEND and/or additional needs
To ensure educational settings (mainstream and Special Schools) are well informed and confident in the support available to adapt the Relationships Education (statutory from September 2020) and Relationships and Sex Education curriculum for children with SEND and/or additional needs