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The NQT Induction Programme builds on what NQTs have learned in meeting the Standards for the Award of QTS and supports them in applying their knowledge and skills in the context of the classroom. The NQT Induction Programme provides: • A bridge from initial training to support NQTs establishing themselves as teachers in Buckinghamshire schools • Structured support and guidance to help NQTs develop as confident professionals

What will it involve? Every NQT working in Buckinghamshire is invited to attend the welcome session free of charge to the school. The Buckinghamshire NQT Induction Programme is designed to complement the school-based induction programme. It comprises: • An initial conference to welcome all NQTs to the authority, with a key-note speaker and opportunities for you to reflect on your professional development needs • An NQT handbook • An extensive range of optional sessions to meet the objectives identified in your CEDP at the end of your training year • Support available to your school and mentor if required • Other training and development support as required • A final celebration of your first year and the opportunity to consider your options for year 2

Costs Schools are able to subscribe to the programme, or purchase individual sessions that are the most relevant to individual NQT’s needs. The cost of the programme for 2012/2013 is £500 per NQT. This includes the cost of one handbook to every school and one copy for each registered NQT. A charge of £75 will be made for the attendance at each individual session for those who have not opted to buy the programme. The Welcome Meetings (26th September 2012 and 16th January 2013) and the Celebration meeting (26th June 2013) are free to all NQTs.

Booking Procedure You must apply online using the online booking system. Contact your Mentor or CPD Administrator first as there is usually one person in school who processes the online applications. For every session booked you will receive a confirmation e-mail. It is recommended that you tick the sessions you wish to attend on the timetable provided and keep this as a record for yourself. Phone 01296 382865 Email hdavid@buckscc.gov.uk

Bespoke Packages Courses or individual sessions delivered at the school can be arranged. This arrangement may be particularly suitable for secondary schools to complement induction arrangements during daytime or twilight sessions. Examples include: • What you need to do for induction? (summary for NQTs and mentors together) • Any of the sessions outlined in the programme

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38 Venue Details There are 2 venues for most sessions, North and South of the county. Most NQTs attend the session in the area in which the school is located, however it is possible to attend the most convenient location or day. Some sessions have 3 dates to accommodate the large number of applicants we receive. If your first choice is full please look at the other 2 that are available.

Training Course Locations This is a list of address and contact details for the various training course locations around the County:

Bearbrook Combined School

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Fowler Road, Aylesbury, Bucks HP19 7QP Phone 01296 488331 Fax 01296 337432 Web www.bearbrookschool.ik.org

Green Park Training & Conference Centre Stablebridge Road, Aston Clinton, Bucks HP22 5NE Phone 01296 633800 Fax 01296 633848 Web www.buckscc.gov.uk/green_park

Bedgrove Infant School Ingram Avenue, Aylesbury, Bucks HP21 9DJ Phone 01296 481353 Fax 01296 424846

Juniper Hill School Churchill Close, Flackwell Heath, High Wycombe, Bucks HP10 9LA Phone 01628 523536 Web www.juniperhill.bucks.sch.uk

Booker Hill School Field Road, Booker Hill Estate, High Wycombe, Bucks HP12 4LR Phone 01494 521646 Fax 01494 537412

Cressex School Holmers Lane, High Wycombe, HP12 4QA Phone 01494 437729 Web www.cressex.bucks.sch.uk

Shortenills Environmental Education Centre Nightingales Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire HP8 4SG Phone 01494 872288

Teaching and Learning Centre Ellen Road (Mandeville School Grounds), Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP21 8ES Phone 01296 383030


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39 Course Descriptions Mentor & NQT – Setting Objectives, Achieving Goals Outline: A 2-hour session to enable Mentor and NQT to meet outside of the school setting to set targets. There is some facilitator input, but principally the facilitator will be there to support mentors and NQTs if needed. Description: In this session you will: • Look closely at the CEDP • Work with your induction tutor/mentor to set appropriate targets • Use your targets to design an effective school induction programme • Look at structuring your professional portfolio

Outcomes: This session gives you an opportunity to discuss progress, support and development with your induction tutor. Feedback from previous sessions: “Good, quality time with my mentor”, “Great to get out of school and have time to sit together”. Target Groups: All NQTs, together with their mentors

Welcome to the Best Job in the World! Outline: This session is free to all Bucks NQTs. It begins at 1.30pm with a light buffet lunch and the presentation starts at 2pm. Please note this is for NQTs only and not mentors. Description: In this session you will: • Have the opportunity to meet and network with other NQT’s • Meet the NQT Induction Team and other key personnel • Have the opportunity to ask any questions • Familiarise yourself with the NQT handbook, procedures and the content of your induction year • Get tips on ‘surviving’ the year Outcomes: Make the most of an opportunity to meet other NQTs and the Induction Support team. Feedback from previous sessions: “Very welcoming, soothed a few jitters”, “Good to hear from NQTs from last year”, “Very lively and fun - thank you :)” Target Group: All NQTs

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40 Working with Support Staff Outline: A 2-hour session to clarify the role of support staff in your classroom and best working practices to maximise communication and an ideal working environment. Description: In this session you will: • Identify the role of support staff i.e. Teaching Assistants, Classroom Assistants or Higher Level Teaching Assistants, within the classroom • Receive practical strategies for working effectively with support staff • Be offered advice on communication, empathy and assertiveness • Consider the changing role of support staff

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• Gain an awareness of how Support Staff view working with teachers Outcomes: This session enables you to ask questions and share ideas with fellow teachers. Feedback from previous sessions: “Enjoyed discussion with other NQTs. Helpful having input from TA as well as teacher” Target Group: Primary NQTs

Effective Communication with Parents Outline: A 2-hour session to give practical advice on dealing with parent consultations. Description: In this session you will: • Explore ways to build, establish and maintain positive working relationships • Develop strategies for dealing with positive and negative challenges that arise • Have an opportunity to share your challenges and discuss current issues Outcomes: This valuable session will help to support and encourage positive behaviour in dealing with the variety of issues that may arise. Feedback from previous sessions: “Excellent delivery, lots of ideas to use at parent consultations”, “Lots of hands on activities” Target Group: All NQTs


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41 Learning Outside the Classroom (Full Day Course) Outline: This is a full day course starting at 9.30. The programme will be led by Robert Williams, Educational Visits Advisor and Julie Lloyd-Evans, Learning Outside the Classroom Teacher at Green Park and Bucks Forest Schools Coordinator. Description: The following aspects will be covered: • Managing pupils out of the classroom • Organising adult helpers • Benefits of outdoor learning • Roles and responsibilities • Planning and risk benefit

• The day will conclude with a session incorporating ‘hands-on’ outdoor activities across all areas of the curriculum that can be carried out in your school grounds or on visits. Remember to bring a packed lunch – Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided Wear sensible outdoor shoes and clothing Outcomes: Like all high quality outdoor learning, the programme has been designed to be practical with time to network and share ideas with fellow NQT’s. At the end of the day we hope to leave you confident, motivated and inspired to take learning out of the classroom. Feedback from previous courses: “An extremely fun, inspiring and relevant day, loved the activities a great break from the traditional classroom learning”, “Brilliant ideas which I can take back to school and use tomorrow” Target Group: All NQTs

Successful Behaviour Management – Part One Outline: This 2 hour session is part one of a two part course Description: In this session you will: • Examine the 5Rs Framework to support planning for effective teaching of appropriate classroom behaviour • Have an opportunity to share your challenges and issues • Explore the central theme of positive behaviour management increasing engagement and attainment • Receive advice on a range of strategies for managing pupil behaviour Outcomes: This essential session offers ideas to take away and use in the classroom. Feedback from previous sessions: “A great session, applicable to every day teaching”, “Good ideas, routines & behaviour management” Target Group: Primary NQTs

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• A walk along the canal will highlight the importance of pre-trip visits, planning learning activities and considering different scenarios that could be encountered on school visits.


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42 Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs Outline: A 2-hour session to support previous SEN training. Description: In this session you will: • Gain an insight into a needs-led curriculum, individualised planning and meeting a wide range of needs • Consider how you can plan for certain types of need in your classroom (dyslexia friendly techniques, autistic spectrum disorder strategies etc) • Cover an introduction to the Code of Practice / School Action – Action Plus • Develop strategy ideas for managing particular needs in your classroom that do not rely on adult support

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• Be inspired by examples of good practice Outcomes: This session aims to reassure and inspire, to enable you to adapt to a variety of children with SENs in your classroom. Feedback from previous sessions: “Thought provoking ideas”, “Lots of great strategies with SEN. Engaging and relevant” Target Group: Primary NQTs

Good Practice in Teaching and Learning Outline: This 2 hour session is interactive, with bells on! Description: In this session you will: • Consider how we can build on our own understanding of good teaching in order to inspire and challenge our pupils • Gain practical tips on how to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the classroom in the light of the judgements of external observers • Share good ideas to consider how we can adapt these ideas in our own teaching • Learn a new, fun and entertaining skill! Outcomes: As a result of attending this lively session, you will be able to take back ideas that are practical and fun to share in your classroom. Feedback from previous sessions: “Responsive and enthusiastic”, “Excellent methods used to get us thinking”, “Inspirational and encouraging” Target Group: Primary NQTs


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43 Assessment for Learning Outline: A 2-hour session to investigate assessment, objectives and strategies for good learning practices. Description: In this session you will: • Examine the principles of assessment for learning • Learning objectives and success criteria • Peer and self assessment • Written and oral feedback • Have the opportunity to share practical strategies Outcomes: This session aims to give confidence to everyone by showing effective ways to manage assessment. Feedback from previous sessions: “Brilliant ideas”, “Very relevant to real teaching”, “Really interesting ideas of how to assess”

Child Protection Outline: A 2-hour course dealing with a sensitive but essential subject for all teachers. Description: In this session you will: • Understand your role in safeguarding children from harm • Awareness of legislation with regards to child protection • Have an awareness of indicators of child abuse • Know what to do should a child disclose abuse Outcomes: The experienced trainers will provide support and friendly advice, in keeping with the latest legislation, in order to empower you to deal with sensitive situations with full confidence. Feedback from previous sessions: “Very real, helpful advice”, “An excellent and thought provoking session. Sensitively delivered” Target Group: All NQTs

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44 Moderate and Specific Learning Difficulties Outline: This 2-hour course offers explanations of how to recognise different learning difficulties and the effects this may have on a child’s learning Description: In this session you will: • Be introduced to the difficulties associated with these needs • Take part in detailed discussion and practical activities • Explore the inclusion development programme for dyslexia Outcomes: Very useful exercises, ‘top tips’ and course handouts, to take back to school will help you to support children in your class. Feedback from previous sessions: “Clear advice on practical approaches to take in the classroom”, “ Lots of ideas and discussion”, “Top tips given”

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Target Group: All NQTs

Managing Differentiated Learning Outline: A 2 hour session to enable NQTs to reflect on, discuss and engage with the issues and principles of differentiation Description: In this session you / we will • Define differentiation in a non subject specific way and with guiding principles • Look at what effective differentiation means • Explore strategies • Focus on planning and task Outcomes: The session gives you the opportunity to discuss this essential component to our every day teaching and learning. We don’t seek to give out specific materials as learning (and learners) are, by their nature, different. We do aim for teachers to come away with more strategies to build this in regularly. Target group: All NQTs


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45 Active Learning to Engage Pupils in PSHE Outline: Led by Bill Moore, this session will be active, interactive and proactive! Description: In this session you will: • Explore the role and importance of PSHE in the curriculum • Develop teaching strategies to use in the classroom • Consider issues to cover in PSHE and share experience • Engage in highly active and interactive activities Outcomes: This course will emphasise the importance and relevance of Personal, Social and Health Education and leave you feeling motivated and enthused. Feedback from previous courses: “Active course, not just sitting and listening”, “Fantastic ideas to take into the classroom”

The Power of Your Voice in the Classroom Outline: A professional singer and qualified teacher, vocal coach Janet Shell opens up the world of voice projection, increased expressive range and improved tone quality. Invest in your voice for a long and rewarding career! Description: In this session you will: • Develop strategies to protect and enhance your voice • Have fun trying out practical techniques which are of real value • Gain ideas for saving your voice • Learn how it all works! • Discover tips which will change your vocal habits for life for the better! Outcomes: This course focuses on the most important tool for a teacher. You will take away strategies to save your voice, improve communication and bring life to your classroom. Feedback from previous courses: “Very good insight into use of voice”, “Adds a great amount of value to our job!” Target Group: All NQTs

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46 Successful Behaviour Management – Part Two Outline: This session is part 2 of 2. You will not be able to book on this second session if you haven’t attended part 1. Description: In this session you will: • Build upon the first session attended • Consider how pupil-teacher relationships influence the engagement, motivation and behaviour of pupils. • Identify effective use of language in the classroom for behaviour management and practise its usage • Use the experiences of the year to strengthen strategies and be prepared for year 2

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Outcomes: This is not a repeat of Part One but further developmental practice giving some good ideas on constructive methods in the classroom. Discover useful ways of implementing the different strategies to remain positive. Feedback from previous courses: “A very valuable training course”, “Excellent. I will use some of the strategies tomorrow!” Target Group: Primary NQTs

Understanding How Pupils Learn Outline: This 2-hour session is designed to stimulate new ideas for teaching by looking at how pupils learn. Description: In this session you will: • Explore what helps us to learn • Reflect upon the implications for the learners • Share practical strategies with other NQT’s Outcomes: Exchange ideas and swap top tips with other NQTs and the tutor. By understanding how pupils learn you will increase your ability to practically engage members of your class. Feedback from previous courses: “Brilliant! Really informative and useful with realistic and achievable ideas”, “Lots of ideas about how to motivate and engage pupils” Target Group: Primary NQTs


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47 Survive and Thrive! Outline: During the first year of teaching in periods of constant demand, change and pressure it is all too easy to forget some of the simple things that can help make a difference to move an individual from a sense of surviving to one of thriving. Description: This 2-hour session will enable participants to: • Develop a clearer understanding of the benefits of stress resilience • Understand the difference between stress and pressure • Identify some useful strategies to address key stress factors • Clarify understanding about Wellbeing and appropriate Worklife Balance • Review aspects of time management linked with energy management  • Consider some of the challenges and barriers and share ideas that have already worked

• Identify at least three practical steps forward for the rest of the NQT year and beyond Outcomes: This is a very important course for all teachers at all levels. John Buckley is a friendly tutor who will give practical, down-to-earth advice. Feedback from previous courses: “Positive and proactive”, “Useful reflection points to take away”, “Have left smiling!” Target Group: All NQTs

The Role of the Subject Leader Outline: A 2-hour introduction to the responsibilities in your new role. Description: In this session you will: • Wxplore what is expected on a subject leader / co-ordinator • Prepare for the role of subject leadership • Undertake practical activities and engage in discussion to extend your own skills Outcomes: Take away handy tips on and lots of practical advice. Gain a clear explanation of the role and how it can apply to any area. Feedback from previous courses: “Setting realistic expectations”, “Excellent and useful resources”, “Very interesting and highly motivating” Target Group: Primary NQTs

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48 Promoting Equality and Diversity in the Classroom Outline: This 2-hour session will bring to life examples and share real experiences. Description: In this session you will: • Review current legislation and implications of the new Equalities Act 2010 • Explore how to address equalities in your school • Learn strategies / actions to support equalities and cohesions in your school • Have an opportunity to learn more about best practice in the classroom using a variety of resources Outcomes: This is an opportunity to learn what’s happening in different schools. Think about how to increase awareness and the acceptance of diversity in your own school. Feedback from previous courses: “Concise and informed”, “Thank you for talking passionately”, ”Awareness raised”

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Target Group: All NQTs

Inspiring Thinking and Learning Through RE Outline: This course will give you practical tips to enable you to teach exciting and engaging RE. Description: In this session you will: • Be introduced to the Bucks Agreed Syllabus • Explore the role and importance of RE in the curriculum • Develop strategies to use in the classroom • Share experiences • Be inspired Outcomes: You will take away good strategies to use in the classroom, that will help you and your pupils to think more deeply and creatively and get more out of RE lessons! Feedback from previous courses: “Open and positive atmosphere”, “Feel a lot more confident in teaching RE”, ”Engaging presentation/discussion : )” Target Group: Primary NQTs


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49 Supporting EAL Pupils Outline: Take part in practical, hands-on activities in order to support pupils learning EAL. Description: In this session you will: • Consider the needs of EAL Learners • Learn about EAL pedagogy; key principles, teaching and learning, planning • Develop an integrated approach to language learning and curriculum learning • Look at EAL assessment • Gain a brief overview of distinguishing between EAL & SEN • Find out strategies to support new arrivals and more advance learners

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Supporting the Gifted and Talented Pupil Outline: A 2 hour session to help you develop skills in delivering challenges for G&T pupils. Description: In this session you will: • Consider what is meant by “Gifted and Talented” • Look at the standards for judging the effectiveness of Gifted and talented provision and how to improve • Become aware of the principles of providing challenge for all pupils • Look at some useful websites Outcomes: From this informative and thought provoking session you will gain lots of ideas & and resources for further development. Feedback from previous courses: “Very interesting & inspiring”, ”Thought provoking”, “Sharing ideas of what G&T actually means” Target Group: All NQTs

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Outcomes: This session will give you confidence to support pupils with EAL. Feedback from previous courses: “Good ideas of resources to use in the classroom”, “Practical activities that stimulate new ideas”


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50 Year R and Transition to Y1 Outline: This is an opportunity to discuss the needs of children in Yr1 and how best to prepare them. Description: In this session you will: • Consider the needs for an effective transition process • Explore how the Early Years Foundation Stage profile data supports effective transition • Share good practice in pedagogy and enabling environments Outcomes: This course will enable you to feel confident about the practices used to help your pupils make the jump to Year 1. Feedback from previous courses: “The course was incredibly helpful”, “It doesn’t feel as daunting now” Target Group: Primary NQTs

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Speech Language and Communication Needs Outline: Learn valuable skills to use in your classroom, to improve communication. Description: In this session you will: • Be introduced to the difficulties associated with these needs • Take part in detailed discussion and practical activities • Explore the Inclusion Development Programme for Speech, Language and Communication Needs • Learn how to access professionals and the role of speech therapy in the county Outcomes: This course can help you make a positive difference to a child’s behaviour and achievement. Target Group: All NQTs

Using Data and Tracking Progress Outline: This 2 hour session will provide you with ideas and practical tips for using data to support pupils’ achievement. Description: A session that will focus on the types of data available to schools and how it can be used to help accelerate achievement. We will look at different ways of recording pupils attainment in schools and how we can use them to track pupils as they move through the school. Outcomes: As a result of attending this course you will have gained: 1. Ofsted’s view of attainment and progress 2. Understanding and using RAISEonline 3. Ways of assessing and tracking pupil progress 4. Preparing for Pupil Progress Meetings Target Group: All NQTs


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51 A Rhythm Runs Through It Outline: A course full of great ideas with activities, music and fun! Description: In this session you will: • Gain an understanding of how simple musical activities can impact on all areas of learning 1. PSHE – self esteem, confidence, communication and team work 2. Co-ordination, motor skills, concentration, focus • Improve your own confidence to lead musical activities • Gain / improve own knowledge of classroom instruments • Gain an understanding of how music could be part of: 1. Maths

3. MFL • Be inspired to have a go yourself and to sing and enjoy activities with your class Outcomes: Music can be used throughout the curriculum and is a universal language to be enjoyed and utilised to enhance the learning in your classroom. Feedback from previous courses: “Full of ideas for all levels and lots of joining in!”, “Excellent”, “Very practical and easy to apply straight away in all lessons” Target Group: Primary NQTs

Practical Tips – Visiting Schools Outline: A visit to a school to observe best practice and successful techniques. Description: In this session you will: • Look around a primary school • Hear about the challenges and strengths of the particular school • Have a forum for discussion and ideas • Identify good practice and tips for you to use in your classroom practice Outcomes: A great opportunity to se other teachers, schools and pupils in action. Feedback from previous courses: “Really helpful staff willing to share ideas and give advice”, “Interesting to see how other people work”, “One of the most informative and enjoyable NQT courses”, “I went to the orchard to see the frogs with year 1 - really fun!” Target Group: Primary NQTs

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52 Learning Outside the Classroom – Shortenhills Visit Outline: Come and see what we have to offer for day visitors, and especially for residential groups when you have sole occupancy of the facilities. Description: The inspector who last year passed the Centre for its Quality Badge Award reported that he found Shortenills: “a little Jewel of a Centre with the surrounding grounds managed to provide a rich diversity of habitats “. “The Centre is the best example I have of an institution putting the ideas of sustainability into practice and ensuring that pupils are both aware and participate in aspects of that practice…. The teaching and learning offered is effective, efficient and good value for money. It meets the standard of the Qulaity Badge and in many areas is exemplary.” There will be light refreshments available on arrival. Please be prompt as there is much to see.

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Outcomes: Your visit will include a tour of the site, an overview of what we currently provide, and opportunities to discuss its potential for your school. Feedback from previous courses: “Inspirational, enthusiastic & great ideas”, “Such a lovely place” Target Group: Primary NQTs

The Youth is Out There – What Next in Year 2? Outline: Come and celebrate the success of your first year of teaching. Discuss the highs and lows with your fellow NQTs. Starting at 1.30 with a light buffet, the presentation will begin at 2pm. Description: In this session you will: • Evaluate the first year • Share experiences • Develop your CPD for year 2 • Hear about year 2 experiences of former NQT’s Outcomes: This session will provide you with realistic advice about year 2 and provide more encouraging guidance, to continue the great work you have been doing. Feedback from previous courses: “Smile if ever in doubt and remember why you became a teacher!” Target Group: All NQTs


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NQT Induction Programme Course Timetable 2012/13 Phase

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Course Title

Day

ALL

cpdNQT01

Mentor & NQT - Setting Objectives, Achieving Goals 1

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT02

Mentor & NQT - Setting Objectives, Achieving Goals 2

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT03

Mentor & NQT - Setting Objectives, Achieving Goals 3

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT04

Welcome to The Best Job in the World!

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT05

Working with Support Staff

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT06

Working with Support Staff

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT07

Effective Communication with Parents 1

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT08

Effective Communication with Parents 2

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT09

Learning Outside the Classroom (Full day course)

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT10

Learning Outside the Classroom (Full day course)

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT11

Successful Behaviour Management Pt 1 1

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT12

Successful Behaviour Management Pt 1 2

Wednesday

AUTUMN HALF TERM 29.10.12 - 02.11.12 PRIMARY

cpdNQT13

Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs 1

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT14

Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs 2

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT15

Good Practice in Teaching & Learning

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT16

Good Practice in Teaching & Learning

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT17

Assessment for Learning 1

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT18

Assessment for Learning 2

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT19

Child Protection 1

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT20

Child Protection 2

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT21

Moderate & Specific Learning Difficulties

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT22

Moderate & Specific Learning Difficulties

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT23

Managing Differentiated Learning

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT24

Managing Differentiated Learning

Wednesday

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS 24.12.12 - 07.01.13 ALL

cpdNQT25

The Power of Your Voice in the Classroom

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT26

Welcome to The Best Job in the World!

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT27

Effective Communication with Parents 3

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT28

Successful Behaviour Management Pt 1 3

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT29

Active Learning to Engage Pupils in PSHE

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT30

Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs 3

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT31

The Power of Your Voice in the Classroom

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT32

Assessment for Learning 3

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT33

Successful Behaviour Management Pt 2 1

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT34

Successful Behaviour Management Pt 2 2

Wednesday

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Venue

Session Leader/s

18.09.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

TBC

19.09.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Judy Gurney

25.09.12

14.00 - 16.00

Bedgrove Infant School, Aylesbury

Judy Gurney

26.09.12

13.30 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Simon Lockwood, Ian Usher & Bill Moore

02.10.12

14.00 - 16.00

Bedgrove Infant School, Aylesbury

Judy Gurney

03.10.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Judy Gurney

09.10.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Louise Frantom & Madasar Mirza

10.10.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Louise Frantom & Madasar Mirza

16.10.12

09.30 - 16.30

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Julie Lloyd-Evans & Robert Williams

17.10.12

09.30 - 16.30

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Julie Lloyd-Evans & Robert Williams

23.10.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Fiona Coulter

24.10.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Fiona Coulter

06.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Tim McLoughlin

07.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Tim McLoughlin

13.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Bill Moore

14.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Bill Moore

20.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Deb Whittle

21.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Deb Whittle

27.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Jonathan Kempster

28.11.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Jonathan Kempster

04.12.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Mary Taylor

05.12.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Mary Taylor

11.12.12

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Geoff Roberts & Tessa Ford

12.12.12

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Geoff Roberts & Tessa Ford

15.01.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Janet Shell

16.01.13

13.30 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Simon Lockwood

22.01.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Louise Frantom & Madasar Mirza

23.01.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Fiona Coulter

29.01.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Bill Moore

30.01.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Tim McLoughlin

05.02.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Janet Shell

06.02.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Deb Whittle

12.02.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Fiona Coulter

13.02.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Fiona Coulter

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Course Title

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PRIMARY

cpdNQT35

Understanding How Pupils Learn

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT36

Understanding How Pupils Learn

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT37

Survive and Thrive!

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT38

Survive and Thrive!

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT39

The Role of the Subject Leader

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT40

The Role of the Subject Leader

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT41

Child Protection

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT42

Promoting Equality & Diversity in the Classroom

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT43

Inspiring Thinking & Learning Through RE

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT44

Inspiring Thinking & Learning Through RE

Wednesday

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EASTER HOLIDAYS 01.04.13 - 12.04.13 PRIMARY

cpdNQT45

Supporting EAL Pupils

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT46

Supporting EAL Pupils

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT47

Supporting the Gifted & Talented Pupil 1

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT48

Supporting the Gifted & Talented Pupil 2

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT49

Year R and Transition to Yr1

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT50

Year R and Transition to Yr1

Wednesday

ALL

cpdNQT51

Speech, Language & Communication Needs

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT52

Speech, Language & Communication Needs

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT53

Successful Behaviour Management Pt 2 3

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT54

Supporting the Gifted & Talented Pupil 3

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT55

A Rhythm Runs Through It

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT56

A Rhythm Runs Through It

Wednesday

SUMMER HALF TERM 27.05.13 - 31.05.13 ALL

cpdNQT57

Using Data & Tracking Progress

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT58

Using Data & Tracking Progress

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT59

Practical Tips - Visiting Bearbrook Combined School

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT60

Practical Tips - Visiting Booker Hill School

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT61

Practical Tips - Visiting Bedgrove Infants School

Tuesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT62

Practical Tips - Visiting Juniper Hill School

Wednesday

PRIMARY

cpdNQT63

Learning Outside the Classroom - Shortenills Visit

Tuesday

ALL

cpdNQT64

The Youth is Out There - What Next in Year 2?

Wednesday


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Times

Venue

Session Leader/s

26.02.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Deb Whittle

27.02.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Deb Whittle

05.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

John Buckley

06.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

John Buckley

12.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Sarah Leonard

13.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Sarah Leonard

19.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Jonathan Kempster

20.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Yvette Thomas

26.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Bill Moore

27.03.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Bill Moore

16.04.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Linda Lewins & Sam Brewer

17.04.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Linda Lewins & Sam Brewer

23.04.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Tessa Ford & Cathy Tracy

24.04.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Tessa Ford & Cathy Tracy

30.04.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Amanda Feltham

01.05.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Amanda Feltham

07.05.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Carol Thompson

08.05.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Carol Thompson

14.05.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Fiona Coulter

15.05.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Tessa Ford & Cathy Tracy

21.05.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Helen Mitchell

22.05.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Helen Mitchell

04.06.13

14.00 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Martyn Kitson

05.06.13

14.00 - 16.00

Cressex School, High Wycombe

Martyn Kitson

11.06.13

14.00 - 16.00

Bearbrook School, Aylesbury

Marcus Faulkner

12.06.13

14.00 - 16.00

Booker Hill School, High Wycombe

Jo Robertson

18.06.13

14.00 - 16.00

Bedgrove Infant School, Aylesbury

Caroline Wreglesworth

19.06.13

14.00 - 16.00

Juniper Hill School, Flackwell Heath

Hilary Nohavicka

25.06.13

14.00 - 16.00

Shortenhills Centre, Chalfont St Giles

Ian Duckworth

26.06.13

13.30 - 16.00

Green Park, Aston Clinton

Simon Lockwood

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