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This webinar will provide Teaching Assistants with practical advice and guidance around delivering evidence-based interventions to help impact pupil attainment.
Research shows that the strongest evidence for TAs having a positive effect on pupil attainment focuses on their role in delivering structured interventions in one-to-one or small group settings. Deploying TAs to supplement teaching roles, rather than replacing them, and integrating specific interventions with mainstream curriculum is therefore vital.
In this webinar we will explore how TAs can use their unique role to deliver high-quality, effective and consistent interventions, how they can positively impact pupil performance and the training and support they should receive to help them improve overall school outcomes.
Understand the importance of your role as a TA in delivering structured pupil interventions
Recognising the impact of delivering one-to-one and small-group approaches to interventions
Identifying practical strategies to aid integrated learning and ensure ties with mainstream curriculum
How TAs can deliver evidence-based interventions that are help apply, demonstrate and consolidate learning from the classroom
How focusing on self-development and learning can increase confidence and improve knowledge and skills to support pupil attainment
intervention programmesAgood way to support the national curriculum for maths and englishShazia Khan, Teaching Assistant - Outwoods Primary School DE13 0AS
easy to understand. very useful informationI thought it was not overlong. It covered a range of different ideas on how to develop a good relationship between the TA and Teacher and how their roles in the classroom by working together provided a better learning experience for the studentsMary HEATH - St Peter's Collegiate School A Church of England Academy
TA and CPDTry, refine or ditch reflections very proactiveDenise Robertson, TA - Kettlebrook Pupil Referral Unit
Teaching Assistant RoleInformative about expectations of the TA in the classroom and how best to be utilised and resources handouts needed to coincide with the learning. Planning time during lessons when not needed is good as although TA's are able to stay behind after school the teachers may not be available. For schools to ask teachers to watch this video so as use the TA effectively and know what the TA roles are.Debra Storey - Jarrow School
Very I formative.I enjoyed this webinar as in the beginning the speaker had the TA role off to a t. For example lack of time for planning with the teacher and in some cases having to go from lesson to lesson blind. Personally as a HLTA I have always been lucky enough to support and work alongside teachers who always treat me as a second member of staff in the classroom. I am always included, asked for advice and feel totally supported by the teachers. Lots of excellent ideas here and they have given me many ideas that I will use when I am teaching on a one to one basis or within small groups. Excellent webinarTracy Halfacre, HLTA - St Bonaventure's School
InterestingI found this webinar very interesting and also had some great ideas for TA's in school for teaching and supporting children.Wendy Cherrington, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Teaching AssistantExcellent. Well worth watching. Thank you so muchAnn Robinson, Teacher - Fir Tree Fishery CIC
really enjoyed this webinar, some very useful tips and information thanksCarly Harrison, LSA - Wright Robinson College
TA'SThis webinar is really well presented. It is obvious how much Amjad values his TA'S . I will definately be visiting his website in the future.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
This webinar was very good and made me feel valued and vital as a TA. Delivery was clear, well paced and informative. Thank you.Sharon Collins - Dowdales School
Opportunity to Reflect on current practiceEnjoyed the Webinar, gave me the opportunity to reflected on our current practice and things to review and discuss with colleagues moving forward.Julie Hayes - The Heath School
TA RoleAn informative way of use of TAs within the classroom.Maria Lord - Charlestown Community Primary School
Excellent WebinarThe webinar was useful in that it provided lots of ideas to consider and use when planning interventions.Melanie Williams, TA - Hilbre High School
Clear information and very interesting .Michelle Stanhope - Carrwood Primary School
I found this Webinar really helpful. I will be taking away some useful ideas and will be discussing them with my SENCO to maximise Teaching Assistant input.Helen Wallis, Support staff - Shoeburyness High School
Brilliant!Really interestingTaylor Jesse, Teacher - Trinity Church of England School
Advisable for TAs to watch.I liked the webinar. It gave me suggestions that I will try in my school.Rita Butkeviciute, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
One to one and a small group interventionProvide a good toolkit for TA's roles and interventionsSITI ZALIHA BINTI YUNIN, Teaching Assistant - Marlborough Primary School B10 9NY
I ENJOYED LISTENING TO HOW WE CAN TEACH SMALL GROUPSShahin Akhter, Teaching Assistant - Marlborough Primary School B10 9NY
THANK YOU FOR HELPING ME TO IDENTIFY WAYS I CAN IMPROVE MY SUPPORT IN THE CLASSROOMMichele Beaumont - Our Lady of Grace Catholic Infant and Nursery School
Teaching Assistant 1-1 course/Intervention webinarI found it really engaging and most informative, relevant and invaluable to my TA role:) Thank you.T Hodgkinson, TA - Moorside High School ST9 0HP
one-to-one and small groupsGreat ideas and information researchedSHERRON PEAKE, Teaching Assistant - Marlborough Primary School B10 9NY
It has defined clearly what roles TA's play.Webinar is great because you can pause and digest all the information whenever you need to.Pinar Wheeler - Poverest Primary School
Worth itIt was very helpful and useful tipsRani Srivastava, Assistant teacher - Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School
A Webinar for Teaching Assistants: Delivering High Quality One-to-one and Small Group Support Using Structured InterventionsReally interesting. As a Teaching Assistant I found there are some good comments and technique I can put into practice.Moira Campbell - The Elizabethan Academy Retford
High Quality One-to-one SupportVery informative. Lots of points to take back to school in September.Chris Foster, support staff - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
In this webinar, The National College will explore why and how Ofsted will look to gather evidence in relation to how schools teach about the protected characteristics. It will also cover what judgement criteria Ofsted will use and how schools can implement learning as part of their curriculum expectations.
In this webinar, Marc Rowland, the UK’s national authority on effective Pupil Premium provision, discusses how schools can act now to help bridge the education gap. He will explore how schools can implement a high expectations and inclusive teaching strategy to help negate the impact of school closures on the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.
In this webinar, Claire Grimes, Assistant Headteacher and author of the highly popular book, Rosenshine’s Principles in Action: The Workbook, explores exactly what the Rosenshine Principles are and how schools can effectively implement them to improve overall learning outcomes.
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