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Please see feedback of strengths and observations from the Spring 2019 LA maths moderation events attached below.
Associate Development Solutions have funding to run an ILM Young Leaders' course for the Midlands collaborative during 2019. This is suitable for young people aged 14-24 who may be in your participation groups. Please see the flyer for more information or email email@example.com for any enquires. Expressions of interest in applying for the course are to be made by Tuesday 30 April 2019 by 5:00pm. The course will start in June 2019.
For an update on the centre, please see the letter below.
CEPS is the primary provider of educational psychology for Solihull metropolitan borough council, who will also be providing a traded psychological service to educational and community settings. Please see flier and pro forma below for more information on how to purchase community educational psychology traded services.
Talk for reading focuses on the way that children’s talk underpins the development of their reading (and writing).
We will look at:
The development of talk; the crucial role of serve and return conversations; building firm foundations in communication and language to support reading.
Research findings related to language and early reading – what are the implications for learning and teaching, looking at the proposed revisions to the EYFS?
Ask the question “When does talk turn into reading?”
Please see flier below for more details.