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This webinar will provide Teaching Assistants with practical advice and guidance around how they can work with teachers to help better support low attaining pupils.
TAs often find themselves working individually with children who are under-performing or with SEND. It’s important that these children receive brief, but intensive, structured interventions and that they aren’t distanced from classroom learning. This means TAs need a close working relationship with teachers.
In this webinar we will explore how TAs can look to add value through a more direct instructional role, how they can support the needs of the pupils first and foremost and how they can develop a relationship with teachers which ensure low attaining pupils receive the highest level of support.
Understand how you can focus more on delivering value-added interventions to help the development of those pupils most in need
Explore key points around undertaking a more instructional role and the importance of supplementing teacher expertise
Recognise how a complimentary partnership with teachers can successfully improve pupil outcomes
Identify how you can support teachers in dedicating more of their time to low attaining pupils and children with SEND to help support their learning
Recognising the importance of understanding lesson content, objectives, expectations and excellence in order to provide effective support
I would suggest for everyone, who works with low-attaining students, to wiew this webinar.Loved it.Rita Butkeviciute, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
INFORMATIVEEASY ACCESSIBLEISOBEL BROMLEY - Crofton Academy
Pertinent topicGlad to find a webinar specifically for TAs.Ana Lia Da Silva Ferreira, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
TA strategic and bespoke support with pupilsInformation presented with enthusiasm and personal experience which endorsed the probability of successful intervention.Denise Robertson, TA - Kettlebrook Pupil Referral Unit
GRATEFUL TAThis was well worth watching. I have learnt a lot from it and feel better able to support my students with the involvement of teacher led learning to a higher degree. Thank youYvonne DAY - St Peter's Collegiate School A Church of England Academy
InformativeInformative and interesting with some valuable guidance.Wendy Cherrington, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
very goodvery goodSarah Nichols, Non-teaching - Queen Katharine Academy
A very informative webinar. It was good to have a webinar relating specifically to TA'S Very well presented.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Very interesting and well presented .Michelle Stanhope - Carrwood Primary School
I found this Webinar extremely helpful. The SENCO gave clear practical advice on how being a TA/LSA can make us more effective.Helen Wallis, Support staff - Shoeburyness High School
Brilliant!I found this webinar really interesting, useful and helpful.Taylor Jesse, Teacher - Trinity Church of England School
I found the information to be relevant as it reinforced and enhanced ideas for some of my existing practice. It was refreshing to see Imjad was clearly aware of some of the issues we face every day as TA's. Thank youLynda Petford, Teaching Assistant - Gig Mill Primary School
Excellent WebinarReally good Webinar> Provided valuable information for a TA to use before embarking on interventions. Looking forward to the next series of Webinars.Melanie Williams, TA - Hilbre High School
Supporting Low AttainersI found the session informative and constructive. It was delivered in a n easy to follow way. I was able to pause it at relevant points to make notes. Look forward to sessions 2 and 3 on the subject. Tony D. Behaviour Support TA, Little Ilford School.Tony Davis - Little Ilford School
Valued Added one-to-one sessionsI found this webinar useful and informative, although there are some practices suggested in the presentation that I am already implementing which helps to reinforce good practice.SHERRON PEAKE, Teaching Assistant - Marlborough Primary School B10 9NY
Teaching Assistants: Adding Value Through a More Coordinated Approach to Supporting Low Attaining PupilsReally enjoyed this webinar will definitely be able to put my notes into practise.Moira Campbell - The Elizabethan Academy Retford
T/a adding valueVery good, interesting and informativeLesley Knapczyk - Phoenix Infant and Nursery School
Adding value through a more coordinated approach to supporting low attaining pupils by the taVery informative. Some good ideas of what to do in interventions. A bit mundane in parts.Sarah Booth, TA SEN - Sharples School Science Specialist College
Supporting Low Attaining PupilsVery informative. Lots of points to take back to school in September.Chris Foster, support staff - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
TA adding valueGreat webinar,very informative and interesting.Rachel Clayton - Cottingley Village Primary School
Support StaffA great watch all for support staff in learning how to support their pupils who are low attaining.Lorna Finch, HLTA - The Fulbridge Academy
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