Events Calendar

We provide training and development for teachers and leaders at all stages of their career. Our programmes are designed with our unique urban context in mind and are delivered by expert facilitators and practitioners from across our Alliance.

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L.E.A.D Teaching School Calendar

 

 

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April 2019

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English Lead Network Meeting: Nottingham

Jubilee L.E.A.D. Academy

English Lead Network Meeting: Nottingham  Course Leader: Sharon Geater Venue: Jubilee Academy, Highwood Ave, Nottingham NG8 3AF. Date: Monday 1st April 2019 Time: 2pm - 4pm

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Tue

02

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Maths Subject Leader Network Meeting: Nottingham

Maths Subject Leader Network Meeting: Nottingham  Objectives: The focus of the event will be sharing school priorities, sharing good practice and investigating progression of reasoning skills. Prior to the event, delegates will be asked to read this nRich article - https://nrich.maths.org/11336 and come to the meeting with

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Thu

04

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Trust Learning Intervention Guidance and Training: Leicester

Trust Learning Intervention Guidance and Training: Leicester  Throughout L.E.A.D. Academy Trust, pupils benefit from highly effective teaching delivered by a range of skilled practitioners. To support colleagues in the ongoing development of each academy’s provision, the  guidance attached has been produced. This guidance is intended to

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Tue

23

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Curriculum Enrichment Planning Meeting: Sheffield

L.E.A.D. Academy Trust: Sheffield Hub

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Wed

24

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Safer Recruitment

Lead Academy Trust

Safer Recruitment  This 1 day course is suitable for individuals who work with children and young people, or are involved in providing services for them, have a duty to safeguard and promote their welfare. If you recruit staff and/or volunteers into the children and young people’s workforce, you

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Thu

25

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Trust Learning Intervention Guidance and Training: Nottingham & Derby

Trust Learning Intervention Guidance and Training: Nottingham and Derby  Throughout L.E.A.D. Academy Trust, pupils benefit from highly effective teaching delivered by a range of skilled practitioners. To support colleagues in the ongoing development of each academy’s provision, the guidance attached has been produced. This guidance is

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Tue

30

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Trust Learning Intervention Guidance and Training: Sheffield

LEAD Academy Trust: Sheffield Hub

Trust Learning Intervention Guidance and Training: Sheffield Throughout L.E.A.D. Academy Trust, pupils benefit from highly effective teaching delivered by a range of skilled practitioners. To support colleagues in the ongoing development of each academy’s provision, the guidance attached has been produced. This guidance is intended to

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May 2019

Fri

03

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Developing Excellence in the Early Years: Nottingham (Session 4/5)

The College Street Centre

Developing Excellence in the Early Years This new EY programme will use a range of approaches and research methodologies to identify best practice and to support and challenge participants to further develop high quality early years teaching and learning in their own schools.  It is aimed at early years leaders,

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Tue

07

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Spell It! Nottingham (Session 2)

The College Street Centre

Spell it! - taking a closer look at the demands of the spelling curriculum at KS1 and 2 This full-day CPD offers the opportunity for subject leaders to:  • consider a variety of approaches and strategies to support the teaching and learning of spelling; • explore how children learn to spell and

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Wed

08

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Developing Effective Use of TAs: Nottingham

L.E.A.D. Academy Trust,

Developing Effective Use of TAs  This course builds on the latest research into highly effective teaching assistant practice. Based upon the findings from the EEF research it explores a range of effective teaching and learning strategies that could be used by teaching assistants.  Aims and Objectives:  Become familiar with recent

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Wed

08

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Teach through Text: Nottingham (Session 2)

The College Street Centre

Teach through a Text — using a quality book-based approach to construct and deliver teaching sequences for the English PoS at KS1 and 2. This full-day CPD offers the opportunity for subject leaders to: • investigate how to use a book-based approach to plan teaching and learning sequences for

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Wed

22

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Secondary NQT Programme: Nottingham (Session 6/8)

Secondary NQT Programme Overview The comprehensive newly qualified teacher (NQT) programme is designed to support NQTs in developing the quality and impact of their practice throughout the year.  The programme is a supplementary addition to the school’s own internal induction and support. The sessions themselves aim to cover a

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Wed

22

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Peer Coaching: Nottingham

Huntington Academy

Peer Coaching: Nottingham (Session 1/3)  This is an opportunity for anyone who mentors or coaches teachers to continue to develop their practice and explore what makes best practice in enabling people to fulfill their potential. Course Leader: Becky Riley  Venue:Huntingdon Academy, Alfred Street Central, Nottingham, NG3 4AY  Dates:   

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June 2019

Wed

05

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Developing Effective Middle Leadership: Nottingham (Session 3/3)

Holiday Inn

Developing Effective Middle Leadership Enhancing the effectiveness of middle leaders to drive school improvement  This course helps leaders and managers understand the practical aspects of their role and acquire the basic skills used by inspectors to evaluate performance, make judgements, and identify priorities for improvement. These skills are transferable across

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Wed

05

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East Midlands FD Forum Meeting

Trent Vineyard

East Midlands FD Forum Meeting – 5th June 2019 Agenda 8.30am to 9.00am            Registrations and Refreshments 9.00am to 9.15am            Introductions, National Context and Trust Benchmarking 9.15am to 10.30am          Centralisation   10.30am to 10.45am       Coffee break   10.45am to 11.45am       Budget Setting Assumptions                                                 - Government

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Mon

10

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East Midlands Primary Languages Conference

Trent Vineyard Conference Centre

This event aims to inspire and prepare delegates to work together on Primary Languages. Delegates will be able to choose from a series of workshops which focus on practical activities to provide a wealth of ideas for the classroom.     Venue: Trent Vineyard Conference Centre, Nottingham Date: Monday 10th June 2019

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Wed

12

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Primary NQT Programme: Nottingham (Session 6/6)

Huntingdon Academy

L.E.A.D. NQT Programme The comprehensive newly qualified teacher (NQT) programme is designed to support NQTs in developing the quality and impact of their practice throughout the year.  The programme is a supplementary addition to the school’s own internal induction and support. The sessions themselves aim to

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Thu

27

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Progression and Assessment in Primary Languages: Nottingham

The College Street Centre

Progression and Assessment in Primary Languages: Nottingham  Primary Schools are now expected to teach languages to all classes in KS2 and to ensure that teaching focuses on substantial progress in one language  To ensure the quality of langauge learning in Primary School, clear systems of assesment need to be in

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July 2019

Thu

04

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Subject leadership for Primary Languages: Nottingham

The College Street Centre

Subject leadership for Primary Languages: Nottingham This course is designed to provide subject leaders with the skills to develop their subject leadership role for KS2 languages.  It will explore roles and responsibilities and consider how you can best support colleagues, embed good practice and ensure that primary languages is an

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