Training and CPD
The LA core briefings and training programme for autumn 2021 is now available to view here
Events will remain virtual for the autumn term.
Solihull Education Improvement Service offers a termly programme of core briefings and events to all Solihull education providers to support ongoing professional development. These are provided free of charge. Chargeable events offered by the local authority are now included in the same document.
Details of the booking process and any charges can be found on the termly programme.
We have great pleasure in inviting you to the annual head teachers’ conference, which will be held at Ardencote Manor. We can offer one free place to each school that contributed in 2017-2018. For those schools that did not contribute there will be a fee of £390 for each participant.
An invitation and booking form are attached below.
Mosaic are offering training on “Improving the teaching of Reading” on 15th November and “Phonics for teachers and teaching assistants” on 22nd November. Please see document attached below for full details.
Tutor: Charlotte Hacking from The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education - CLPE
Monday 20th May 2019, 10.00am – 4.00pm
Sans Souci Training Centre, Tanworth Lane, Shirley, B90 4DD
Target Audience: KS1 and Lower KS2 Teachers
Charge: £150 per person - including a light lunch
Course Content: This one day course will develop an understanding of how early reading develops, including how to teach and apply phonics to ensure progress in reading and writing. Teachers will deepen their subject knowledge in teaching the basic and complex phonic codes and will learn how to support children to use and apply phonic knowledge as part of a rich reading curriculum, leading them to reading fluency. They will explore the continuum of development through the CLPE Reading scales and consider how to provide a range of strategies and resources to ensure progress for all.
Updates and changes
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