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Apr
27
Mon
2020
Mental Health – Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Classroom – Clare Laker – CWMT @ St John's Marlborough
Apr 27 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, is a registered charity that provides mental health training talks, and resources to young people and those who work with or care for them.

This session asks the questions – is being in one of your lessons good for pupils mental health? What are the barriers to good mental health that often arise within the classroom and how can you ensure you are getting the best from those you teach.
This session will be delivered using a mix of information slides and film clips plus discussion exercises and a chance to share good practice.

Who is this for?

Teachers, Pastoral and support staff in primary and secondary schools

Click “Tickets” for more details and to book, or email CPDTSA@StJohns.wilts.sch.uk
Jun
2
Tue
2020
Teaching & Leading KS1 computing @ St John's
Jun 2 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

2-day programme: 2 June 2020 & 29 June 2020 at St John’s. Cost £70 per teacher. Bursaries of £440 available for one teacher from each school.

Computing education in the UK is benefiting greatly from the first ever National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE). The Department for Education announced in 2019 that a consortium of STEM Learning, the Raspberry Pi Foundation and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT will lead and deliver this expansive and far reaching programme.

The commitment to improve computing education is a part of the wider strategy of the government to ensure the UK remains among global tech world leaders. Pupils and teachers can look forward to enjoying the expansive and ambitious proposals the NCCE promise to deliver in the coming years.

Jun
16
Tue
2020
SEND – What is pathological demand avoidance (PDA) and how can we support students – Emma Rossiter @ St John's
Jun 16 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Emma Rossiter is Deputy Headteacher at Rowdeford School. Emma provides expert training and support about the strategies that enable young people to overcome their challenges and achieve their potential. Emma is an outstanding practitioner and experienced trainer with expertise in both mainstream and specialist settings. Emma’s training is inspiring, reflective and practical.

Students with Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) find all demands stressful and schools are, by their nature, full of demands! Fortunately, there are strategies that all of us working in education can use to make life easier.

This session will explore what it means to have PDA, how PDA is part of the autism spectrum and expert ways we can work with young people with PDA. This session will give you practical strategies that you can use straight away and that you can share with your colleagues to make learning even better in your setting

You will also receive information resources to share with colleagues to maximise the impact of this training in your setting.

Who is the course for?

For SENCos, teachers from all settings, ELSAs, HLTAs, teaching assistants and anyone supporting young people in an educational setting.

ELSAs, HLTAs, teaching assistants and anyone supporting young people in an educational setting.

Click “Tickets” for more details and to book, or email CPDTSA@StJohns.wilts.sch.uk
Jun
22
Mon
2020
Teaching & Leading KS2 computing @ St John's
Jun 22 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

2-day programme: 22 June 2020 & 6 July 2020 at St John’s. Cost £70 per teacher. Bursaries of £440 available for one teacher from each school.

Computing education in the UK is benefiting greatly from the first ever National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE). The Department for Education announced in 2019 that a consortium of STEM Learning, the Raspberry Pi Foundation and BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT will lead and deliver this expansive and far reaching programme.

The commitment to improve computing education is a part of the wider strategy of the government to ensure the UK remains among global tech world leaders. Pupils and teachers can look forward to enjoying the expansive and ambitious proposals the NCCE promise to deliver in the coming years.

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