NEW NQT Programme 2019/20 (INDIVIDUAL SESSION ONLY - SUPPORT STUDENTS WITH EXAM STRESS): Booking for non-NQT Appropriate Body member schools(ID 785)
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Designed and facilitated by experienced school leader/ITT coordinators from the Benfleet Teaching School Alliance, our NEW "NQT Programme 2019/20" provides support and development for NQTs to build good practice and explore research to positively influence teaching and learning both in and outside the classroom.
This 5-session programme aims to develop confidence and support retention of new teachers and maintain the network of support to ensure future progression.
- Five twilight sessions (4.00pm-5.15pm) to develop teaching and learning, classroom practice and student support strategies
- Sessions take place over academic year (October 2019 - June 2020)
- Course facilitators: External specialists to deliver key aspects of training and support
For full session details, please click on our Sessions tab.
Training is suitable for both primary and secondary phases.
This training is provided free of charge to all our NQT Appropriate Body member schools ONLY. IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF OUR NQT APPROPRIATE BODY, PLEASE SELECT THE ALTERNTATIVE EVENT AND REGISTER FREE OF CHARGE.
FOR NON-NQT APPROPRIATE BODY SCHOOLS, PLEASE REGISTER FOR A PLACE ON THIS SESSION ONLY BY ADDING NUMBER OF DELEGATES TO THE CART ABOVE AND COMPLETING THE BOOKING PROCEDURE.
This programme (or individual sessions as required) is available to schools that are not members of our NQT Appropriate Body at a cost of £200 for the 5-session programme or £50 per session. Please select the appropriate programme event/session as required and complete our booking procedure. PLEASE NOTE: THIS BOOKING IS FOR THIS SESSION ONLY.
Should you be interested in joining our NQT Appropriate Body, please email Lesley Belcher at TES Institute: Lesley.Belcher@tesglobal.com and she will be happy to assist.
Should you have any questions, please contact Denise Mair on firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be happy to assist.
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Wednesday 16th October 2019 (4.00-5.15pm)
Behaviour Management by Robin Launder (Behaviour Buddy)
Robin provides evidenced-based behaviour management, evidenced-based teaching strategies and evidenced-based methods to motivate students. And, of course, because it’s evidenced-based, it works.
This session looks at averting misbehaviour and nipping-it-in-the-bud should it start. It’s packed with theory, evidence and lots and lots of practical approaches and strategies.
Wednesday 4th December 2019 (4.00pm-5.15pm)
Mindset Theory by Robin Launder (Behaviour Buddy)
The mindset session is often described as ‘inspirational’ by those that see it. Robin has delivered mindset training across the country and abroad. It is fun, informative and motivational. It covers what exactly the theory says, why it’s important and how it can transform teaching and learning. Robin runs sessions for staff, for students and parents to develop a growth mindset approach, in school and out.
Wednesday 5th February 2020 (4.00pm-5.15pm)
Anti-bullying by The London Bus Theatre Company
Bullying in all its forms can spread through peer groups insidiously, even driving some children to attempt to take their own lives. The London Bus Theatre Company workshop considers many issues including racism, cyberbullying, exclusion, why people bully and where and how children can get help if being bullied.
Bristol Old Vic trained workshop leaders ensure that the whole experience is both exciting and devastatingly instructive, offering sound advice gathered from years of experience. Many schools have reported a reduction in bullying after the workshops.
Wednesday 11th March 2020 (4.00pm-5.15pm)
Understanding and supporting students to overcome exam stress by Dr Jo Steer
Author of Supporting Kids and Teens with Exam Stress in School
As young people are exposed to more and more pressure at school, exam stress comes hand in hand. This workshop offers teachers tried and tested techniques to support young people's wellbeing through revision and exams. Applying a cognitive behavioural framework, you can help pupils to consider academic stress in terms of thoughts, feeling, body sensations and behaviour. Strategies encompass helping students to manage their lifestyle, tried and tested CBT techniques, relaxation, positive self-talk and thought challenging, and other psychological methods such as mindfulness. The workshop will also evaluate stress in children with special educational needs and provide practical advice to successfully support them. the session will guide teachers to conquer students' fears, improve exam performance and, perhaps most important of all, maintain a work-fun balance in young people's lives.
Wednesday 10th June 2020 (4.00pm-5.15pm)
Memory and metacognition by Robin Launder
Learning is memory – or to put it another way, if what we teach doesn’t enter the long-term memory of our students then actually we haven’t taught them anything. So, then, how can we hack the memory process so that learning (and progress, achievement and better grades) can happen? This session will show you how. It will give you the up-to-date neuroscience (in very manageable and memorable chunks) and link that neuroscience to specific teaching approaches and strategies. This session gets to the very heart (well, the brain) of how to teach effectively - it is crucial CPD!
This event is held at The Appleton School:
The Appleton School
Please come to the main reception on Croft Road to sign in and you will be escorted to the meeting room.
Please can all delegates ensure they arrive at their destination 5-10 minutes prior to the start of the event. This will allow time for delegates to sign in at reception and be escorted to the meeting room.
BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS
Should delegates wish to cancel a place on a course you must notify the Benfleet Teaching School Alliance Manager, Denise Mair at DeniseM@thekjs.com.
Failure to attend a course will be considered a cancellation and as such no refund will be offered. If you cancel a place on a fee-paying course within four working weeks, 50% of the fee paid will be reimbursed. Cancellations received within two working weeks will incur the full fee paid. Non-attendance of funded or free places without notification of extenuating circumstances within 48 hours will result in a charge to the school/organisation of £35 per session. Please inform us if you are unable to attend as this may allow another delegate to attend in your place.
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