training and CPD
|Autumn term 2019 – please email email@example.com 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)|
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Mosaic is offering training on phonics and reading for primary teachers and teaching assistants this term.
Please see attached flyer for further information and booking details.
On Wednesday 25 September 2019, Solihull School will host a CPD day for colleagues nationwide on Tackling Prejudice and Discrimination in the Digital Age: What Can Schools Do? and they would like to invite you colleagues from your school to join us for a unique event centred around the extraordinary life story of Eva Schloss.
Eva will join you for a Q&A after a performance of And Then They Came for Me, a critically acclaimed play about her remarkable family history and an exhibition, The Promise, about the artistic talents her brother Heinz cultivated whilst hiding from the Nazis for two years. It is the first time the play and the exhibition will be shown together.
Furthermore, the day will also involve a series of prominent speakers and organisations who will cover a wide range of relevant topics, whilst providing practical advice and measures for teachers interested in developing such initiatives in their own schools. Further information about the programme can be found in the attached flyer.
Places on the Wednesday CPD event on 25 September 2019 can be booked at a subsidised rate of £95 via the TryBooking link here:
The Dyspraxia Foundation West Midlands is running a course for teachers, TAs and other professionals working in schools on Monday 7 October 2019, 7-9pm at the Renewal Family Centre in Solihull. The evening will feature talks from:
- Sally Payne, Occupational Therapist and Trustee of the Foundation
- Jo Shilton and Jo Walker from the Specialist Inclusion and Support Service (SISS) in Solihull
- Lorraine Mattocks, Parent Advisor to the Dyspraxia Foundation West Midlands team and parent of a son with dyspraxia.
There will also be contributions from Tim Trivizas and Imogen Rowe, Youth Champions of the Dyspraxia Foundation.
Refreshments will be provided and there will be an opportunity to ask questions and to meet other professionals working in education.
Tickets cost £7 for members and £15 for non-members. Please email Helen or Imogen Rowe on email@example.com for more details or to reserve a place.
Solihull Family Centre, Christian Renewal Centre, Vulcan Road, Solihull, B91 2JY