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SPARK - Briefing for KS1 & 2 Moderated Schools 2019

External moderation is a collaborative process between the Local Authority and schools. It offers the opportunity to discuss judgements on pupil performance against the requirements of the interim teacher assessment framework.

This event is designed to ensure schools selected for an external moderation visit in 2019 are fully prepared for their visits. The briefing will take teachers and senior leaders through the process and clarify the expectations at each stage.

There are two events held across both boroughs, schools need only attend one event and should only attend if they are selec ...
Course Code: EDU 19/261

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Primary Newly Qualified Teacher Tutor Network Meeting

Statutory induction is the bridge between initial teacher training and a career in teaching. It combines a personalised programme of development, support and professional dialogue with monitoring and an assessment of performance against the relevant standards. The programme should support the newly qualified teacher (NQT) in demonstrating that their performance against the relevant standards is satisfactory by the end of the period and equip them with the tools to be an effective and successful teacher. The role of Induction Tutor in an NQTs induction period is a crucial one.

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Course Code: EDU 18/780

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Religious Education Subject Leader Network – Cross Borough

This course is designed to support the needs of Religious Education (RE) Coordinators in Primary Schools across the Royal Borough of Kingston and the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

There are clear expectations outlined to schools on their roles and responsibilities with regards to religious education. For example, the Governance Handbook (Jan 2017) states:
'All schools must teach religious education (RE). Maintained schools without a religious character should follow their locally agreed syllabus. Voluntary aided schools designated with a religious character should provide RE in a ...
Course Code: EDU 18/679
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Session 1Tuesday 4 June 201916:15 - 18:30Twickenham Training Centre, 53 Grimwood Road, TW1 1BY
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SPARK Secondary Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) Network

According to the DfE’s Mental Health and Behaviour in Schools advice (March 2016), ‘In order to help their pupils succeed, schools have a role to play in supporting them to be resilient and mentally healthy. There are a variety of things that schools can do, for all their pupils and for those with particular problems, to offer that support in an effective way.’

These network sessions will outline the local support available via introduction to Achieving for Children’s (AfC) Inclusion One-Stop Shop and focus on ways of effective planning for students with Social, emotional and mental healt ...
Course Code: EDU 18/758
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Session 1Tuesday 4 June 201916:00 - 18:00King Charles Centre Surbiton, Hollyfield Road, KT5 9AL
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SPARK PSHE/Well-Being Subject Leader Network

‘Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage their lives, now and in the future. These skills and attributes help pupils to stay healthy, safe and prepare them for life and work in modern Britain. When taught well, PSHE education helps pupils to achieve their academic potential, and leave school equipped with skills they will need throughout later life.’ (PSHE Association, 2018).

The PSHE subject leader meeting is a termly opportunity for PSHE coordinators, to meet, share ide ...
Course Code: EDU 18/787
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Session 1Thursday 6 June 201916:00 - 17:30Malden Oaks PRU, The Dukes Centre, KT2 5QY
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SPARK Teachers in Charge of Specialist Provisions - Kingston

Specialist resourced provisions and ESTAs (Enhanced Specialist Teaching Arrangement) that support pupils with significant special educational needs within mainstream schools.

This meeting is a termly opportunity for Teachers in charge or lead practitioners of specialist provisions in Richmond or Kingston, to meet, share ideas and practice, and keep up to date with current issues regarding national and local initiatives. Other staff from specialist provisions are welcome to attend if the agenda seems appropriate. Teachers in charge have the opportunity to contribute to agendas and regularl ...
Course Code: EDU 18/385
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Session 1Thursday 6 June 201916:00 - 17:30Knollmead Primary School, Knollmead, KT5 9QP
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SPARK Primary Mathematics Subject Leader Network

One of the aims of the National Curriculum for mathematics is to ‘ensure that all pupils become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics, including through varied and frequent practice with increasingly complex problems over time, so that pupils develop conceptual understanding and the ability to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately’ (The National Curriculum in England Key Stages 1 and 2 framework document, 2013).

The Primary Mathematics Subject Leaders’ Network gives subject leaders a regular opportunity to meet to continually develop their understanding of the key developme ...
Course Code: EDU 18/369
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Session 1Tuesday 11 June 201913:30 - 16:30Twickenham Training Centre, 53 Grimwood Road, TW1 1BY
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SPARK Teachers in Charge of Specialist Provisions - Richmond

Specialist resourced provisions and ESTAs (Enhanced Specialist Teaching Arrangement) that support pupils with significant special educational needs within mainstream schools.

This meeting is a termly opportunity for Teachers in charge or lead practitioners of specialist provisions in Richmond or Kingston, to meet, share ideas and practice, and keep up to date with current issues regarding national and local initiatives. Other staff from specialist provisions are welcome to attend if the agenda seems appropriate. Teachers in charge have the opportunity to contribute to agendas and regularl ...
Course Code: EDU 18/388
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Session 1Thursday 13 June 201916:00 - 17:30Hampton Hill Junior School, St James's Avenue, TW12 1HW
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‘Smooth Transitions’- A Transition Evening to support the transition process - Richmond

This event is for Maintained Schools Independent Schools, Private and Voluntary Day Nursery and Pre-school settings and Childminders.

The importance of smooth transition between settings for very young children should not be underestimated. Investing time in the quality of a child’s transition from an early years setting to the next educational organisation should be seen as a priority for all early years’ practitioners.

The Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2014) states that there should be strong partnership working between practitioners and must provide a regu ...
Course Code: EY 18/077
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Session 1Tuesday 18 June 201916:45 - 18:45Twickenham Training Centre, 53 Grimwood Road, TW1 1BY
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SPARK Pupil Premium Network Meeting - Kingston

All children and young people who are eligible for Pupil Premium (PP) should be able to reach their full potential in school. Successive governments have sought to improve social mobility in England so that young people, whatever their background, have the opportunity to succeed and fulfil their potential. The school system has long been considered a vital tool to support equality of opportunity and to secure better outcomes for disadvantaged young people.

Whilst there has been some progress in closing the gap for disadvantaged pupils in England over the last decade, it has not, however, ...
Course Code: EDU 18/1013
Remaining places 19

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Session 1Tuesday 18 June 201915:30 - 16:45King Charles Centre Surbiton, Hollyfield Road, KT5 9AL
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