Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
In this webinar, PSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explores how secondary schools can effectively develop and integrate a RSHE curriculum that is responsive, reflective of the current environment and will comply with statutory DfE requirements.
In this webinar, Andy Tharby will explore what effective scaffolding looks like and how schools can develop and successfully implement different techniques into teaching practice to ensure improved school outcomes.
In this webinar, Michelle Howard will explore how schools can develop a communication strategy that provides parents and carers with the support they need and will help to encourage increased attendance at school and engagement with catch-up learning.
In this webinar, Stefan Fusenich will discuss how schools can develop high-quality intervention programmes that will help pupils who need targeted support during the catch-up curriculum and will provide them with the best opportunity to reach their full potential.
In this webinar, Sarah Dove will discuss how schools can use technology in different ways as part of their remote catch-up learning strategy and ensure that there is access to those families who need additional support and how to overcome barriers for disadvantaged children.
In this webinar, behaviour tsar and advisor to the DfE, Tom Bennett, and PSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explore how schools can effectively define, implement and support good behavioural practice in schools and reboot pupils behaviour in order to build a safe, calm and orderly environment desirable for catch-up learning.
In this webinar, Amjad Ali will explore the benefits of developing an effective catch-up strategy built on delivering quality tuition in smaller groups, focusing on individual learner needs and supporting those pupils who need additional support.
In this webinar, Michael Chiles, Principal Examiner, school leader and author of The CRAFT of Assessment, will discuss how schools can take a more progressive, objective and holistic approach to measuring student performance beyond singular examinations. It will explore how to develop reliable, accurate and creative assessment strategies which can help schools plan their teaching and learning and fairly monitor student progression through the academic year.
In this webinar, Amjad Ali will explore how schools can begin their preparations around welcoming new pupils into Year 7, how they can ensure a smooth transition and what actions they can take to implement any necessary catch-up plans.
In this webinar, PSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explores how primary schools can effectively develop and integrate a RSHE curriculum that is responsive, reflective of the current environment and will comply with statutory DfE requirements.
In this webinar, Michael Chiles, Principal Examiner, school leader and author of The CRAFT of Assessment, will discuss how schools can develop efficient and effective assessment methods without bias, build robust feedback mechanisms and successfully monitor pupil progress.
In this webinar, education expert and leadership and management trainer, Michelle Howard, explains how schools can implement successful summer catch up plans which support and prepare children academically, socially and emotionally for embarking upon the transition to secondary school or a return to the classroom post COVID-19.
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