training and CPD
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
Could you please forward this information to your EYFS Reception teachers.
Places are still available on Monday 5th February, 1.00 – 3.30pm or Friday 9th February, 1.00 – 3.30pm. Both sessions will be held at Sans Souci.
Please note that the session on the morning of 9th February has been cancelled.
Audience: Teachers responsible for completing the EYFS Profile assessment and practitioners working with reception age children.
Delegates should bring along examples of evidence for children working at ELG to share and moderate with other reception class teachers and practitioners.
1 place per school is free of charge. Additional places are charged at £35.
Tutor: Jayne Draper
Bookings should be made through the Education Improvement Service. Please email delegate name/school and course name/date to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please see letter from Alexander Bartoszewicz, Senior Emergency Planning Officer, CSW Resilience Team, below.
There is currently spaces available for your school to be part of the exciting programme in September 2018. Please see flyer below.
Eat Well Move More is a healthy lifestyles programme, commissioned by Public Health, for children aged 4-16 years. The aim is to improve health through increased physical activity, increased intake of fruit and veg, better knowledge of a healthy lifestyle and how to sustain this.
If you would like your school to be involved with the Eat Well Move More programme in the summer term please contact Liz Knowles: Elizabeth.email@example.com 0121 704 8085.