Curriculum Innovation CPD 2016-17

A full list of Curriculum Innovation courses for the academic year 2016-17 is now available in the courses and events section of our website and registration is open for you to book your place online.

Website address is www.ticbradford.com

Please see below for details of courses for the first half term.  Please note there is a discounted rate for Curriculum Innovation subscriber schools.  Details of subscriptions avaialble can be viewed here or if you would like to speak to a consultant about the options available to you please email sarah.hawkins@bradford.gov.uk or contact 01274 434818.

(e)Safeguarding in the Primary School (3 Days) - 13/09/2016, 12/01/2017 & 04/04/2017

Attendees carry out a whole school (e)Safeguarding audit leading to the development of an (e)Safeguarding provision action plan enabling them to achieve the nationally recognised SWGfL E-Safety Mark recognised by Ofsted as a feature of an outstanding school.

Using technology effectively in the Early Years and Foundation Stage (Half Day) - 04/10/2016

This half day conference is a follow up to last year’s session and will highlight further areas where technology can be used to improve learning and development in the Early Years. There will be opportunities to share experiences with other practitioners and investigate a range of technologies.

Using technology effectively to raise attainment in English at Key Stage (Full Day) - 05/10/2016

Teachers use a variety of technologies, Apps and online resources confidently and appropriately to improve engagement, develop personalised learning and raise attainment in English at Key Stage 2. Teachers will be able to use technology with purpose to ensure that the English curriculum in their school utilises new and existing technologies relevant to their setting.

Using technology effectively to raise attainment in Mathematics at Key Stage 2 (Full Day) - 11/10/2016

Teachers will be able to use a variety of technologies confi dently and appropriately to improve engagement, develop personalised learning and raise attainment in Mathematics. Teachers will gain the confidence to use technology with purpose to ensure that the Key Stage 2 Mathematics curriculum in their school utilises new and existing technologies relevant to their school setting.

Using iPads to raise attainment and engagement in Key Stage 2 (Full Day) - 20/10/2016

Attendees will understand how iPads can be utilised effectively to engage learners, develop creativity and raise attainment specifi cally in English and Mathematics. They will be able to make informed choices with regard to selecting appropriate content and Apps to encourage personalised independent learning.

Please click here to book your place online for all of the above course.


Information

Published: 27/06/2016
Audience: All Primary School Staff
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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