If you haven’t already done so, please remember to book your place at the deputy headteachers’ conference at Ardencote Hotel on Thursday 3 October 2019. Replies are required by Tuesday 17 September 2019.
|Autumn term 2019 - please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details|
|Wednesday 25 September 2019||New SENCo training (1of 6)|
|Thursday 3 October 2019||AET good Autism practice tier 2 (free training)|
|Thursday 10 October 2019||Developing a growth mindset in the primary classroom|
|Tuesday 15 October 2019||Teaching assistant toolbox – developing reading skills (1 of 3)|
|Thursday 24 October 2019||Supporting children and young people with relationship-based play approach|
|Wednesday 6 November 2019||New SENCo training (2 of 6 )|
|Tuesday 10 December 2019||Teaching assistant toolbox – developing spelling and writing skills (2 of 3)|
Please let us have your NQT registration forms by Friday 20 September 2019. Please, could you also let us know if you do NOT have any NQTs this year?
The registration form and all supporting information can be found on the NQT solgrid page.
Please find attached below a very useful presentation and an expression of interest form about a sustainable reading project with Pop Up Projects. The presentation was delivered to the council and the Solihull school improvement group on the 10 Sep 2019.
The proposed, sustainable reading project which is suitable for primary, secondary, SEN and PRU schools was delivered by Jasmine Tucker from ‘ Pop Up Projects CIC’. In light of the new focus on reading in the new Ofsted education inspection framework and the importance of reading in schools; this project or something tailored to your schools’ needs is being proposed to you for your consideration.
It was a very useful morning and a very engaging presentation. The headteachers and council advisers who were present for the presentation agreed that it should be circulated to all headteachers in Solihull. Hope you find it useful.
Senior School Improvement Adviser / English LA Lead
Tuesday 1 October 2019
Parent/carer support meeting, 7-9pm at Marston Green Parish Hall, free to members and £5 for non-members. We will be discussing "what is dyspraxia and how do we talk to our children about it?"
To reserve a place or for more information please email Helen or Imogen on email@example.com
Monday 7 October 2019
Supporting pupils with dyspraxia in mainstream schools - this is an evening event, 7-9pm with talks from a range of professionals including Sally Payne (OT) and Jo Shilton (SISS). It is aimed at teachers, teaching assistants and other professionals working in schools and also may be of interest to some parents wishing to educate/inform/support teachers. Tickets cost £7 for members and £15 for non-members.