Please book via the following link: https://chartered.college/event/early-career-teacher-2018
The Chartered College of Teaching is organising a conference to support early career teachers. The programme will include a series of keynotes and breakout sessions from education professionals with a variety of backgrounds, to provide practical, bite-sized guidance; these include promoting positive behaviour, assessment, literacy for EAL students and more. Details below:
Manchester - Saturday 27 October 2018 - 9.30am to 3.30pm
Address - Brooks Building, Manchester Metropolitan University, 53 Bonsall Street, Manchester, M15 6GX
Fee - £19.00.
For more information, and to book tickets by Friday 21 October 2018, please visit Chartered College of Teaching.Essential Information
A unique opportunity for NQTs to spend the afternoon working with best-selling author and behaviour management expert Sue Cowley. This event is appropriate for NQTs in Primary and Secondary schools. It follows on from the day held in July 2018, however it will be beneficial to everyone whether or not they attended the first session. NQTs attending the session are invited to email Sue in advance to help shape the content of the programme.
£50 + VAT per delegateEssential Information
This exciting programme will provide high quality induction support for newly qualified secondary teachers taking up posts in Oxfordshire and beyond.
The programme, which is appropriate for NQTs in all subject areas, has a strong focus on engagement with research. It is intended to empower new teachers to make well-informed decisions in planning for students' learning and tackling the specific challenges that they face.
The sessions will be held at the Department of Education University of Oxford, OX2 6PY.
Wednesday 31 October 2018
Wednesday 12 December 2018
Wednesday 30 January 2019
Wednesday 12 March 2019
Wednesday 1 May 2019
Wednesday 10 July 2019
£200 per NQT.
OTSA* and Deanery* members receive a £20 discount for a 2nd NQT from the same school; £40 discount for a 3rd; and £60 discount for the 4th and subsequent NQTS
* There is no cost to join eitherEssential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||Wednesday 31 October 2018||16:30 - 18:30||University of Oxford||Map|
|2||Wednesday 12 December 2018||16:30 - 18:30||University of Oxford||Map|
|3||Wednesday 30 January 2019||16:30 - 18:30||University of Oxford||Map|
|4||Wednesday 13 March 2019||16:30 - 18:30||University of Oxford||Map|
|5||Wednesday 1 May 2019||16:30 - 18:30||University of Oxford||Map|
|6||Wednesday 10 July 2019||16:30 - 18:30||University of Oxford||Map|
To book a place please email your name and school to: TM2018@cheney.oxon.sch.uk
The event will feature eight speakers from Oxford city schools and the Oxford University Department of Education who will each make short presentations about key aspects of classroom practice. Come along to meet other new teachers, to talk to them about key issues, to find out more about literature and research into classroom techniques and to learn about the CPD opportunities offered by Oxford city schools.
Come along from 4pm for refreshments. Free to attend but pre-booking required.Essential Information
The success or failure of learning so often hinges on how well behaviour is managed.
The principles discussed and explored in this session will empower participants to rethink how they view and respond to behaviour.
Whether you are a Teaching Assistant, NQT, or a teacher with many years of experience, this workshop is designed to refresh how you support vulnerable pupils who exhibit challenging behaviour.
Senior Leaders and experienced class teachers from Frank Wise Special school will work with you to unpick tricky cases and address individual concerns.It will be interactive, and will give participants practical guidance on creating a positive classroom atmosphere, responding strategically to disruptive behaviour, and maximising the potential of all of the children with whom they work.
This workshop is an introduction to teaching phonological awareness, including basic initial letter sounds, blending and segmenting.
It is aimed at Early Years practitioners in any school, nursery, or childcare environment, to support the learning of children with special educational needs and disabilities, but would also be of interest to teachers and TAs from Special schools who work with children with severe, complex or profound disabilities, and of all ages.
This course will give you an understanding in how to identify and teach children who are accessing phonics at the early stages. It will allow you to teach children basic phonological awareness following each child’s individual learning style. It will give practical ideas to allow children, including those with SEN, to access phonics at phase 1 and 2 of the Government’s Letters and Sounds initiative.Essential Information
Building on Initial Teacher Training, this CPD accredited course develops practice that will increase confidence when working with managing challenging behaviour in a classroom setting.
Training that aims to support development of outstanding behaviour management skills. The course covers both theoretical and practical elements including understanding the cause of behaviours; prevention and de-escalation of challenging behaviours and an opportunity to link theory to your own practice.
£95 + VAT per personEssential Information
Are you keen to develop a secure understanding of teaching writing effectively?
This practical session will support teachers in delivering the requirements of the national curriculum within purposeful writing contexts. Delegates will explore the writing process; consider a range of strategies to engage pupils; and will support teachers in ensuring that all pupils achieve to their potential.
Suitable for NQTs, Early Career Teachers, Return to teaching or teachers new to a particular key stage / area of English.
£75 + VATEssential Information
Oxfordshire County Council’s Early Years Team will be running a three-day training course for NQTs and Teachers New to the EYFS. This course will cover meeting the requirements of the statutory framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage including those relating to safeguarding and welfare, finding out about how to create inspiring and challenging environments to support children’s learning and development, exploring the observation, assessment and planning cycle, and how this informs progress and understanding the statutory assessment duties when completing the EYFS profile. You will also get a chance to work alongside other teachers who are new to early years and more experienced teachers.
It can be booked through https://oxfordshirecpdonline.com where you can find full details and terms and conditions.
£100 per delegate
Teaching in a Special school is markedly different from teaching in mainstream, and different Special schools have their own values, specialisms, resources and curriculum. This course is designed to connect you with other practioners who are 'New to Special', and to facilitate peer observations in each other's schools. You will have the opportunity to start a professional dialogue with other Special school teachers, gain fresh perspectives, articulate your practice and to improve the quality of your own teaching.