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Technology Enhanced Learning

Computing

Secondary

Cultural Learning

CPD

Lambeth City Learning Centre

EYFS

Training

Technical Solutions

Advice

Programme of Activity Lambeth City Learning Centre

Consultancy

Primary

2013 - 2014


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The new curriculum for 2014 & beyond This brochure outlines Lambeth City Learning Centre’s offer for 2013/2014 for primary schools that have a Service Level Agreement (SLA) subscription. The programme has been designed with reference to the draft national curriculum programmes of study for 2014 and to the current national curriculum. The programme is split into specific support for delivery of the new computing programmes of study, and sessions that enable integration of new technologies across the curriculum (Technology-Enhanced Learning – TEL). As further information about the new curriculum emerges, we may produce amendments and additions to this publication.

Using your SLA entitlement All schools within the City Learning Centre (CLC) traded service must identify a lead coordinator to oversee the use of the SLA entitlement. The coordinator’s role is to make best use of the SLA, ensuring that it aligns to the strategic development of the use of learning technologies within the school and to the school development plan. The SLA coordinator will also be responsible for communicating information from the CLC to colleagues in school. All liaison regarding the CLC offer will be made through the lead coordinator.

Bookings A separate form will be sent to schools for the SLA coordinator to book the full SLA activities allocation. It is recommended that you discuss your school’s requirements with a member of the CLC team. CLC staff members are available for meetings throughout Term 6 to help coordinators complete the form and make best use of the SLA. If your school would like to meet with a member of the team, please email Kim Morrison kmorrison@lambethclc.org.uk

Pupil Premium Is your school looking for bold and innovative projects that will raise the achievement of your most disadvantaged pupils? The CLC is a lead organisation in both the use of technology across the curriculum and parental engagement. Projects focusing on these areas can have significant impact on attainment levels, especially for the most disadvantaged pupils. If your school is interested in developing a targeted and tailored programme of support using the Pupil Premium, please contact Julia Lawrence jlawrence@lambethclc.org.uk


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Contents

Information, Advice and Guidance 5 Pupil Workshops 6 Cultural Learning and New Technologies 10 Project Bundles 12 In-School Workshops 14 Consultancy 16 School-based CPD 17 Technology Loans 18 Full-day CPD & Conferences @ the CLC 23 Afternoon CPD @ the CLC 28 Teaching Assistant Training 32 Family Learning 33 CPD Quick Reference 34 CfBT Education Trust Additional Services 36 Housekeeping 38


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Information, Advice and Guidance

Free to SLA Schools Telephone & Email Advice The CLC will endeavour to provide a telephone and email response service. However, if a query requires significant input this must be taken as a consultation session. The CLC will advise when and if this applies.

Twitter Keep up to date with CLC activities and join the ever-growing community of teachers using social media to learn and share ideas, by following @LambethCLC on Twitter. If your school has not yet joined the Twitter community, why not use one of your consultancy sessions to find out how to make the most of this very powerful form of social networking (see page 16).


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Pupil Workshops at the CLC Most packages contain a number of centre-based sessions for pupils. These practical days take place at CLC’s Clapham centre. Although each session is led by a CLC staff member, the class teacher is expected to take a leading role in teaching and organising the session. These workshops have been designed with reference to the draft national curriculum programmes of study and to the current national curriculum. Sessions have been split into specific support for delivery of the new computing programmes of study, and sessions that enable integration of new technologies across the curriculum (technology-enhanced learning – TEL).

New for 2013/2014 is the option to have a CLC tutor work in school alongside teachers in the classroom or to support teaching assistants in more targeted work. Please see page14 for details.

Computing Half-Day Workshops at the CLC Robots and Computing KS1 and Lower KS2

Code: WH01 Years 1-3

Understanding Networks and the Internet KS2

Code: WH03 Years 4-6

This workshop is a great opportunity for pupils to use

In the draft 2014 computing curriculum, schools are

robots to understand and apply the skills specified in

required to provide pupils with a basic understanding

the draft 2014 computing curriculum. Pupils will be

of the structure of the internet. This workshop is all

supported in writing and testing simple algorithms,

about delivering these new, and possibly daunting,

and will use logic and reasoning to complete a series of

learning objectives in an engaging and active way.

challenges. The workshop also offers teachers a chance

Pupils will explore the inner structure of computer

to build their skills and expertise to deliver the new

networks, the internet and the worldwide web. Using

curriculum in school.

a combination of interactive games and hands-on computer activities including web design, the CLC will help transform your pupils from web-savvy Googlers to network conscious web-designers.

Games Design for KS1

Code: WH02 Years 1-2

Pupils will use 2Simple’s 2DIY and other software to design and program a simple computer game. Pupils will be tasked with writing, testing and refining simple programs, thinking carefully about purpose and audience, and will use logical reasoning to make predictions. Teachers will have an opportunity to see how the design of computer games can be used to meet the requirements of the draft 2014 computing curriculum.


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Computing Full Day Workshops at the CLC Games Design and Programming KS2

Code: WF01 Years 3-6

App Creation Upper KS2

Code: WF03 Years 5-6 Also appropriate for G&T or targeted group

Designing computer games makes programming fun

Around the world people are using Smart phones and

and engaging. Games Design is an ideal context for the

Tablets to solve big problems; from aiding medical

teaching of programming, enabling children to design

diagnosis to earthquake early-warning systems. In this

and write programs that accomplish specific goals. In

workshop, pupils will be asked to create and design

this session, children will work through the stages of

apps for a purpose. This goes beyond programming;

games construction – generating, testing and refining

pupils will have to think as designers and critical

their ideas to construct a computer game that can be

consumers of digital media. Teachers will also have a

played by their peers. The session will use freeware so

chance to see how app creation tools can be used to

work can be continued at school or at home.

deliver aspects of the draft computing curriculum in an engaging and innovative way, for example designing and writing programs that accomplish specific goals and solving problems by decomposing them into

E-Safe KS2

Code: WF02

smaller parts.

Years 3-6

This one-day workshop will equip pupils with the skills and knowledge they need to become aware and active digital citizens. The session will include a variety of practical activities to help pupils make positive,

Robots and Computing KS2

Code: WF04 Years 3-6

informed choices when creating and sharing online. All

This robot workshop provides a context for pupils and

pupils attending the day will gain a SAFE certificate as

staff to explore the learning objectives outlined in the

evidence of their learning.

draft 2014 computing curriculum. Using Lego NXT, or other age-appropriate robots, pupils will be asked to write programs that accomplish specific goals, and use logic and reasoning to detect and correct errors.

Pi and Mash Upper KS2

Code: WF05 Years 4-6 Also appropriate for G&T or targeted group

In this workshop, pupils will use simple circuitry and the new inexpensive Raspberry Pi to explore computers and networks. Pupils will work in teams, using the Raspberry Pi computers and various other devices, to complete a series of challenges. This workshop is designed to get children thinking about computing while exploring this exciting new generation of lowcost computers. Teachers will have a chance to see how this budget-friendly technology could be leveraged to meet the requirements of the draft 2014 computing curriculum.

Teaching staff will have a chance to see how the complex and technical objectives of the new curriculum can be met in an engaging and exciting way.


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Technology Enhanced Learning Full-Day Workshops at the CLC These full-day workshops focus on integrating new technologies across other curriculum areas.

STEM Science KS2: Electricity & Simple Circuits

Code: WF06 Years 3-6

Review IT KS2: Book reviews & QR codes

Code: WF09 Years: 4-6

This workshop will use technology to support scientific

This workshop requires children to have worked on a

enquiry and develop subject knowledge. Pupils will

book review in class before coming to the session. On

explore the links between key scientific concepts and

their visit to the CLC, pupils will create an audio review

real world problems, and the relationship between

and trailer to promote their chosen text. The content

science and the other STEM subjects: technology,

can be posted to the class or CLC blog and linked to

engineering and maths. This session will involve a

the physical book via a QR code. These can be printed

variety of activities that will all centre on electricity,

on posters or stuck directly into books in your school

circuits and datalogging. Pupils will be asked to design

library to encourage others to read for pleasure.

and build their own dataloggers, with sensors and circuits to address a real world issue. Pupils will also be asked to produce a digital report of their science project, modelling how technology can be used to exhibit and reinforce subject knowledge.

Animate IT KS2

Code: WF10 Years: 3-6

Using 2D or 3D animation techniques, pupils will collaborate on creating a number of short animated

Investigative Maths KS2 In this workshop, pupils will use and apply their mathematical

Geometry Code: WF07 Number Problems Code: WF08 Years 3-6

knowledge in a range of different contexts. They will be set challenges that not only reinforce and develop knowledge of core mathematical concepts but also link to other curriculum areas such as science, ICT/computing, and design and technology. There are two options for this workshop: Geometry: properties of shapes & position, direction, motion Pupils will use technology-based tools to explore 2D and 3D shapes, symmetry and transformation. Solving Number problems Pupils will explore different elements of maths using a variety of technology-based and online tools such as simulations and games. They will present their calculations and mathematical thinking using screencasting and other presentation tools.

films in a day. Focusing on storyboarding, character creation, and set and prop development the sessions can be used to re-tell part of a chosen book, to re-create traditional folk tales, myths and legends, or to animate a scientific concept or favourite poem.


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Technology Enhanced Learning Full-Day Workshops at the CLC Portrait Portfolio Art & Design KS2

Code: WF11 Years 3-6

Mapping IT Out KS2

Code: WF12 Years 4-6 NB Summer Term Only

Taking inspiration from great artists and using first-

This full-day workshop enables pupils to investigate

hand observation and digital photography, students

the local area using a combination of maps, satellite

will record and explore the idea of self-portraits. Using

imagery, handheld technologies and QR codes. Pupils

drawing skills, online tools and iPads, students will

will follow a trail around Clapham Common focusing on

adapt their work and create a unique piece of art. The

a range of human and physical features of the locality.

session can be used to create self-portraits linked to a

Back at the centre, they will use resources gathered on

particular art movement or historical period. Children’s

the trail to create their own map of the area linking and

finished pieces of digital art can be saved in their art

embedding images, text and film. These can be shared

portfolios and/or shared on school blogs and websites.

on the school website, blog or VLE.

Half-Day Workshops at the CLC Brushes and iPads Art & Design KS1

Code: WH04 Years 1-2

Theme IT KS2

Code: WH06 Years 3-6

This workshop will help children to develop their

Using audio recording and podcasting software, pupils

drawing techniques, record their observations and

will create their own programmes to upload onto the

share their ideas. Pupils will explore natural materials

school’s learning platform, blog or website. Sessions

examining textures and hidden patterns using digital

can link to any curriculum area. Teachers must provide

microscopes and will make digital drawings through

images/written work in advance of the session to

experimenting with online tools and iPads. Children’s

ensure that this work integrates into their curriculum

finished pieces of digital art can be saved in their art

delivery. Please specify curriculum area.

portfolios and/or shared on school blogs and websites.

Present IT KS1

Code: WH05 Years 1-2

Using microphones, cameras, iPads and 2Simple software, pupils will create a digital presentation on a chosen theme to upload onto your school’s learning platform, blog or website. Teachers can provide images or other class work in advance of the session for inclusion into the presentation. Please specify curriculum area.


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Cultural Learning and New Technologies – Mini Projects NEW for 2013 - 2014

Rama and Sita My Museum of London

Gamelan and Animation

In partnership with the

Southbank Centre

Museum of London Code: CL01 Years 2-6

Autumn term only (2-day project)

This 2-day project combines a visit to the Museum of London with a day at the CLC. On the first day, pupils will visit the Museum, and will explore exhibits from the modern London galleries, which include a Victorian walkway, wartime exhibits, and a London 2012 Olympic display. Pupils will use digital media equipment provided by the museum, on a self-directed tour, to pick out and record key items from the collection. The following week, the pupils will visit Lambeth CLC to transform these digital assets into a variety of

In partnership with

This package combines a practical music-making workshop on Southbank Centre’s magnificent Javanese Gamelan with a creative animation session with Lambeth CLC. Over the course of just one day, children will combine recordings of their Gamelan performance with their own animated version of a scene from the Ramayana to celebrate Diwali 2013. All films will be showcased on the CLC’s Vimeo site. In preparation for this session, children should be made familiar with the story of the Ramayana.

multimedia reports and presentations about their visit

1 x full day at Southbank Centre (animation and music making will take place in adjacent rooms)

to the museum and the history of London. Teachers will be able to tailor the visit to fit with historical or local environment themes being covered in class. 2 x full days (visit to Museum in Week 1 and visit to CLC in Week 2) Museum Visit

CLC Follow Up

1

Thurs 19th Sept

Thurs 26 Sept

2

Thurs 7th Nov

Thurs 14 Nov

3

Thurs 21st Nov

Weds 27 Nov

4

Thurs 28th Nov

Weds 4 Dec

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Thurs 5th Dec

Thurs 12 Dec

Code: CL02 Years 4-6

Autumn term only (one-day project)

Available dates 1

Tues 1st Oct

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Weds 16th Oct

2

Weds 2nd Oct

7

Mon 21st Oct

3

Thurs 3rd Oct

8

Tues 22nd Oct

4

Mon 14th Oct

9

Weds 23rd Oct

5

Tues 15th Oct

10

Thurs 24th Oct


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Cultural Learning and New Technologies – Mini Projects

Painting a Story In partnership with

The National Gallery Summer Term only (2-day project) Code: CL03 Years 3-6

Vincent van Gogh, A Wheatfield, with Cypresses (Detail) © The National Gallery, London. Bought, Courtauld Fund, 1923.

This mini project starts at the National Gallery with an afternoon exploring how artists tell stories through paint. Gallery Educators will support the children to look closely at contrasting paintings, unravelling the stories and discovering the techniques that artists have used at different times in history. Pupils’ confidence and enjoyment of looking at and responding to paintings will grow as they are encouraged to look, think and imagine. In the followup session at the CLC, pupils will apply their knowledge and understanding. Using a variety of digital tools, tablets and editing software, the children will explore the range of techniques and skills introduced during the gallery visit to create their own digital artwork. All work from this project will be displayed in the CLC virtual gallery and there will be a final celebration event at the National Gallery at the end of the summer term. 2 x full days (visit to Museum in Week 1 and visit to CLC in week 2)

Museum Visit

CLC Follow Up

1

Wednesday 4th June

Tuesday 10th June

2

Thursday 5th June

Wednesday 11th June

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Friday 6th June

Friday 13th June

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Wednesday 11th June

Tuesday 17th June

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Thursday 12th June

Wednesday 18th June

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Friday 13th June

Thursday 19th June


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Project Bundles NEW for 2013 - 2014 CLC Project Bundles are for schools that want to use their SLA entitlement to support a specific area of development or a specific project. All packages are created in discussion with the lead SLA coordinator.

Introducing iPads

Code: PB01

This package provides curriculum support including advice and training on the use of specific Apps whilst also providing advice on security and restriction settings and training on the technical aspects of managing multiple devices including imaging, synchronisation, file sharing and printing and projection options. The package will be created in consultation with your school and will include staff training, technical consultancy and class sessions either at the CLC or in school. It will be created in discussion with the lead coordinator, but a typical Bronze Package could comprise the following: 2 x Consultancy sessions, eg: • Technical consultancy including advice on deploying apps, applying settings, sharing data, imaging, wireless connectivity, and projection on interactive whiteboards. • iPads and Evernote – Using the tablets for assessment, observations and digital portfolios 3 x Pupil workshops - in school or at the CLC CLC tutor working alongside class teacher 3 x Loans: • 1 x iPad loan to trial variety of apps • 2 x Free choice of loan 2 x In-school twilight sessions eg: • Getting the most from your iPads to support children’s learning • iPads for filmmaking 2 full-day CLC CPD (choose from brochure)

IBM Robo Challenge

Code: PB02

For the last six years the CLC has partnered with IBM to run The IBM Robo Challenge. The project invites ten schools to put forward a small team of students (about six per school) from Years 5 and 6 to come together to take part in a competitive programming day using Lego NXT and its software. The school must commit to establishing a group of children to take part in the competition. These pupils will be supported by IBM mentors. The final event, on a Saturday in March, is fun, challenging and very rewarding. The pupils will be put through their paces with a series of challenges including programming robots to dance, racing and navigating a predetermined route, and presenting the team’s strategy to an unfamiliar audience. Although only a small number compete in the event, whole class activity can be done in preparation. In order to take part, schools would need to commit the following from their entitlement: • 1 x Lego loan • 1 x CLC twilight • 1 x In-school consultancy (eg technical trouble shooting) • 1 x Full-day pupil workshop in school or at the CLC Please note, The Robot Challenge will be heavily subscribed. Priority will be given to those schools that have not been involved previously.


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Project Bundles Design and implementation of the New Computing Curriculum

Code: PB03

Recommended for primary teachers who have recently taken on leadership of ICT and Computing

The new computing curriculum provides an opportunity for schools to rethink the teaching of technology in the primary classroom. With an emphasis on computational-thinking, the programmes of study require schools to strike the balance between developing a knowledge of networks, the internet and the web and embedding a deeper conceptual understanding of the broader principles around computing. This package of support will combine consultancy, training in school, loans (for physical programming) and some whole-class sessions (in school or at the centre) to ensure that schools are fully prepared for the new curriculum demands in 2014. The package will be created in discussion with the lead coordinator, but a typical Silver Package could comprise the following:

2 x In-school twilight for whole school staff, eg: • Getting to grips with the new computing curriculum • Algorithms and Robots for KS1 4 x CLC CPD, eg: • • • •

Computing – Programming and Computing Computing – The Internet New to Leadership in ICT/Computing ICT/Computing Subject Leaders Forum

4 x Pupil workshops either at the CLC or in school, eg: • • • •

Games Design for KS1/KS2, Understanding networks and the Internet, Robots and Computing for KS2 App Creation KS2

2 x Consultancy sessions, eg: • Designing your new computing curriculum • Computing and assessment 4 x Loans, eg: • 2 x Robots (eg Pippins or Lego NXT) • 1 x Minibooks with programming software/Makey Makey and Raspberry Pi • 1 x Free choice


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In School Support These in-school sessions bring some of the CLC workshops into your school. Some sessions are designed so that the class teacher can work alongside a CLC tutor and others require that small groups of children are taken out of class to work on a specific task. For these sessions, it would be beneficial if a teaching assistant could support the CLC tutor to ensure that work can integrate into school practice. Some of these sessions may require schools to download specific software onto school machines. Sessions cannot run if the necessary freeware is not installed and tested on the school system. All workshops must be booked as full days.

Computing Curriculum Computing and Programming KS2

Code: WS1 Years 3-6

Robots and Computing KS1 and KS2

Code: WS2 Years 1-6

Computer science is back on the education agenda,

Invite a CLC tutor into your school to help pupils

so invite the CLC into your school to introduce pupils

and school staff get to grips with programming and

to the world of computing. This workshop will teach

robots. The session will challenge pupils to use all their

pupils about basic computational thinking and will

problem-solving skills to create algorithms, create

guide them through some fun activities to put this into

sequences of instructions, and write and test simple

practice. To run this workshop the school must provide

programs. Staff will also get involved, learning at the

at least 15 computers with Scratch software installed.

same time as the students. A large space (eg the hall)

Full details will be provided.

will be required. The day can be divided into two or more short sessions.

Understanding Networks and the Internet KS2

Code: WS3 Years 5-6

1 full day divided into two half sessions for either Year 5 or Year 6 These half day sessions, requiring little use of technology, will give a broad introduction to the Internet and the World Wide Web. Starting with a brief exploration of the networks that exist within school or in the home, this session will help children conceptualise the infrastructure of the Internet and how this is used for the transference of data. This session is very practical and involves some physical activities. A large space (eg the hall) will be required.


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In School Support Technology Enhanced Learning EYFS Explore

Code: WS4 Years: Nursery & Reception

Animated Stories KS1 & KS2

Code: WS5 Years 2-6

Our experienced tutors can work in your EYFS setting

CLC tutors will work with a class in small groups (six per

to use new technologies to support children’s learning

group) to animate a sequence from a favourite book or

in communication and language, literacy, mathematics,

story. Students will get to grips with the basics of 2D

understanding the world, and expressive arts and

animation, film production and editing. Artwork will

design. Using iPods and iPads, games consoles, cameras

need to be created prior to the CLC session. The CLC will

and recording devices they will help young children

provide full instructions. All film work will be given to

observe, research, reflect, programme and create stories

the school at the end of the day for use on a class blog,

and presentations to share with families. This session

wiki or VLE.

should link to your current theme or topic.

Data logging in-school KS2

Code: WS6 Years 3-6

iPad Trailer Challenge KS2

Code: WS7 Years 4-6

Using iPads and a variety of free and inexpensive apps,

Working with small groups, a CLC tutor will use

pupils will work with a CLC tutor in small groups (six

datalogging equipment to lead a science investigation

per group) to create a film trailer to promote a favourite

in your school. Pupils will also use technologies to

book. Pupils will be required to have created written

report their findings. Investigations will be linked to

book reviews in advance of the session and to have

your current science topic. This could include using

a copy of the book available. The book trailers can be

sound sensors to find the noisiest classroom in the

uploaded to your school blog, website or VLE. We will

school, or using heart-rate monitors to see how exercise

require access to a small workspace for the day.

affects the body. We will work with a whole class over a day, taking each group for roughly one hour. We will require access to a small workspace for the day.


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Consultancy Every SLA package includes a number of in-school or centre-based consultancy sessions. These 2-hour sessions offer one-to-one support in a specific area. Technical

SLT • ICT Mark and the SRF • ICT Visioning • E-Safety

Subject Leadership • The new curriculum - Computing vs TEL • ICT Assessment (Computing & TEL) • Technology/Computing Curriculum planning and progression • Creating an acceptable use policy/policies

Teaching and Learning • Subject Specific consultancy e.g. technology to support maths/science/literacy etc • A local curriculum - engaging with arts organisations • E-Safety Assemblies • Get going with blogging

Governance • Governor Information Sessions

Business Managers • ICT Planning

Wider School Community • Family learning and working with parents

Marketing and Communication • Making the most of social media for your school • Improving your school website

• • • •

IT procurement and advice IT infrastructure health check Alternative learning platforms – Google apps Managing iPads


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School-based CPD Some of the packages include in-school Twilight and full-day CPD for whole-school staff. This CPD can be delivered in the following areas. Computing • Getting to grips with the new computing curriculum • Algorithms and robots and KS1 • Programming @ KS2 • Digital literacy (web 2.0 tools for presenting) • Specific software/hardware support (Scratch, Kodu, Lego NXT, etc) • Computational thinking across the curriculum

Technology Enhanced Learning • • • • • • •

Get going with animation Get going with filmmaking Creating and using QR codes Using technology to support science Using technology to support literacy Using technology to support maths Using technology to support humanities subjects • Using technology in Early Years

Hardware/Software Specific • Specific software training, eg Comic life, Photostory, Scratch, Moviemaker, etc • Get going with blogging (Wordpress) • Getting the most from your iPads/iPods • Making the most of freeware for teaching and learning • KS1 or KS2 phase training (eg planning a scheme to use technology within maths or specific software training for phase staff ) • Using technology for outdoor learning in EYFS • Making the most of your Macs (eg using GarageBand, iMovie, etc) • Getting the most from your 2simple software • iPads and filmmaking

E-Safety • E-safety for staff, governors or parents • ThinkUKnow certification for staff (full day only)

Assessment • Using apps to support EYFS assessment (requires iPads/tablets) • Create your own assessment framework with Evernote (requires iPads/tablets)

Other • Working with parents ** For schools booking full-day CPD, it may be possible to run these at the CLC. Please email jlawrence@lambethclc.org.uk to enquire about availability.


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Technology Loans The CLC has a range of equipment and hardware that schools can borrow for the period of a short term. The CLC will provide help sheets including curriculum ideas, video tutorials and maintenance support for the duration of the loan. Loans can be combined with CLC or schoolbased training to help ensure that equipment is used most effectively. Please note that the CLC expects kit to be put onto the school’s own insurance policy for the duration of the loan. All losses, damages and breakages will be re-charged to the school.

Programming Computing Bundle

Minibooks with Programming Software, Raspberry Pi and Makey Makeys

Control technology 2 sets of 15 Code: L1

EYFS - Get Programming

2 sets per term Code: L3

This loan includes a set of five programmable toys including Bee-Bots and the new Constructa-Bot, a

This bundle will help develop your school’s approach

tablet device loaded with EYFS programming apps

to the draft 2014 computing curriculum. The Minibooks

and a large floor map. This set has been designed to

will come with Scratch and other popular programming

encourage very young children to get to grips with the

tools installed. We will also include a new Raspberry Pi

concept and challenges of programming. The inclusion

computer, to give you a chance to explore this exciting

of the tablet will allow children to explore a variety of

new breed of DIY PCs, plus a Makey Makey, which can

programming apps and games.

turn almost any object into a keyboard button. You can even replace your keyboard buttons with bananas, or willing pupils and colleagues. The Makey Makey can provide students with an imaginative entry point to explore computing.

iPods and Programming Apps for KS1

3 sets of 6 Code: L2

The CLC has installed a set of iPods with a range of programming apps appropriate for KS1 to allow schools to explore ways in which handheld technology can be used to support the new computing curriculum. Using apps can be a great way to make your control technology go even further. For example, Bee-bot lessons could be supplemented with the Bee-bot app.


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Technology Loans Pippin Robots

2 sets of 5 Code: L4

ProBot Robots

1 set of 6 Code: L7

Pippins are similar to Roamers and Probots and

Probot robots have long been popular with educators

are suitable for KS1 and lower KS2. They can be

and can be used to meet the requirements of the draft

programmed to follow a sequence of instructions and

2014 computing curriculum. They can act as a bridge

to move exact distances in a given direction. When

between simple Bee-bot robots and more complex

fitted with a pen they can draw shapes and patterns,

Lego NXT robots. The digital display helps pupils write

allowing for work with shape and space and presenting

simple programs, build up more complex sequences

the relationship between input and output in clear,

of instructions, and detect and correct errors. They can

visual terms. They are extremely hard wearing and have

help pupils visualise the relationship between inputs

internal batteries that are charged off the mains supply.

and outputs, and give teachers a context to build the higher order thinking skills implicit in computing.

Lego NXT

3 sets of 6 Code: L5

No loans in terms 3 and 4 except for schools taking part in IBM Robo Challenge

design in KS2. Ideal for creating, testing, and improving a sequence of instructions, these robots can be programmed to perform simple tasks such as navigating a maze, and include environmental sensors, which provide the input for more complex operations. Robots come preassembled and sets include laptops with Lego NXT software installed. In terms 3 and 4, Lego NXT is only available for those schools involved in the IBM Robo Challenge see page12 for further details

1 set of 6 Code: L6

Lego WeDo is an easy-to-use robot. It’s a great way to introduce KS1 and Lower KS2 to programming and robotics. Students can build different designs and use a simple block-based programming tool to move and manipulate their models. Loan set includes robots plus laptops with software.

2 sets of 6 Code: L24

The Roamer Too is Roamer’s new robot for schools. It

Lego NXT robots are excellent tools for program

Lego WeDo (lower KS2)

Roamer Too Robots

is much smaller and lighter than the old Roamer and runs off AA batteries. The Roamer Too has a detachable control panel so teachers can adapt the robot for different year groups. It introduces the key concepts of programming and provides an opportunity for students to use logical reasoning to investigate algorithms. The new Roamer is appropriate across all Key Stages.


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Technology Loans Multi-media Still cameras

5 sets of 10 Code: L8

2 sets Code: L11

Green-screen camera set

Our still cameras can make digital photography

A green-screen camera set can revitalise any curriculum

instantly accessible to your class. They create the

area by putting children on location in any part of

opportunity for students to work with their own digital

the world, in the past or in the present. This exciting

images, which can then be used for development in

technology enables teachers to create a really

art and design projects, or to support learning across

memorable learning experience for pupils. The set

the curriculum. The Canon Ixus is also able to shoot

includes a green screen cloth with supporting frame,

high-quality moving image, making them a versatile

a camera with tripod, a microphone and a MacBook

resource in your classroom.

laptop. To create the green screen effect, teachers may need to devote some time to getting to grips with basic filming and editing techniques.

Sony PSP with a USB camera and a big screen

4 sets of 8 Code: L9

The Sony PSP is not just a games console. With our

Pocket video cameras

3 sets of 10 Code: L12

external camera, it becomes an easy-to-use video or stills camera, perfect for filmmaking or photography

Handheld digital video cameras offer schools an easy

on the move. The large screen makes it even easier to

and accessible way to begin filmmaking. These very

review footage and it features a USB connection to

small cameras, no bigger than a mobile phone, produce

download content onto your school PCs. Schools have

HD footage and can store up to one hour of video. They

used PSP cameras across the curriculum, including

are simple to use and ideal for schools that want to

supporting dance and physical education, by providing

introduce video production into the curriculum. They

a quick way for students to evaluate and improve their

are suitable for all ages.

performance.

Animation Sets iPod film set

1 set of 6 Code: L10

10 sets Code: L13

Animation is a great cross-curricular activity. It can be

With the development of mobile technology, schools

used to support storytelling or, in other curriculum

can now use handheld devices for film and video

areas, to bring subject knowledge to life. The CLC has

projects. To respond to these developments, we

put together loan sets allowing schools to create their

have adapted our iPods Touches, adding tripods and

own animated films in the classroom. Animation sets

microphones, to create a mobile filmmaking kit. The

now include HD webcams, making them even easier to

iPods also include iMovie, so pupils can edit their

use. This loan can be combined with ‘Animation Across

footage on their device.

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Technology Loans E-Reader Nook Simple Touch eReader

Datalogging 1 set of 6 Code: L14

TTS Log-Box Datalogger

2 sets of 6 Code: L15

Many schools are exploring the potential of eReaders

This simple-to-use datalogger has proved very popular

as a way to engage readers and to share books across a

with schools. It includes light, sound, and temperature

school. This set of 6 Nook Simple Touch devices will give

sensors that can be used to help develop accurate

schools the opportunity to trial an eReader, to support

experimentation and scientific understanding.

targeted pupils and to provide a resource for guided

Readings can be downloaded via a USB cable for more

reading sessions. The CLC Nooks will come preloaded

detailed analysis of field experiments. This loan set,

with a range of popular children’s books including Diary

suitable for KS2, includes a laptop with software.

of a Wimpy Kid, Holes, Lemony Snicket, Harry Potter, Artemis Fowl, War Horse and many more. The Nook Simple Touch has received positive reviews which rate it as the the best E Ink eReader on the market at the moment, with a better interface and battery life than the Kindle. The Nook has a touch screen, is light to hold and uses Wi-Fi to download books. Made by publishers Barnes and Noble, the Nook has a good range of children’s books available which are catalogued by age. The Nook Simple Touch can also be modified to run Android applications through Google Play.

LogIT Explorer Set

3 sets of 5 Code: L16

These mobile dataloggers monitor sound, light and temperature. Students can use them in the field to monitor environmental conditions or in the classroom to gather a range of digital data as part of a scientific investigation. The loan set includes a laptop with datalogging software that enables students to organise, manipulate and store their findings by producing graphs and analysing data. Suitable for use in EYFS, KS1, KS2 and KS3.

Display Visualisers

Audio 2 sets of 4 Code: L17

Visualisers are getting much cheaper, so this loan set is a mixture of larger expensive high quality devices, and cheaper and more mobile webcam visualisers. They can be used to show any content, from a pupil’s work or a 3D artefact, to demonstrating the various steps of a science experiment. They are an excellent presentation and teaching tool, and this loan enables schools to explore a range devices and make an informed decision before purchasing their own. Note, software may need to be installed on school computers to use these visualisers to their full potential.

MP3 Sound Recorders

2 sets of 10 Code: L18

Digital audio recorders may be small, but they can have a dramatic effect on the use of multimedia technology in your school. They are easy to use and allow students to create, store and retrieve audio information – from written work or interviews to environmental sounds. Recordings can be used to engage pupils and enhance work in all curriculum areas.


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Technology Loans Other EYFS Outdoor Explore

2 sets Code: L19

PE – Sport Science

2 sets Code: L22

Using technology is a great way to enhance children’s

Elite sport stars rely on modern technology, with

outdoor learning in the Early Years and Foundation

Olympians using dataloggers to analyse their

Stage. From looking at minibeasts under a microscope,

conditioning and fitness, to football teams using

to photographing moments of their learning or

Prozone to measure performance. Why not use this loan

recording each others’ voices and ideas, technology can

set to introduce some technology into your PE lessons?

help children investigate outside and understand the

You can use the Wii Fit to measure fitness and stamina,

world. This set – which includes one digital microscope,

a camera to record and review performance, and a

two stills cameras, one visualiser, two sound recorders

heart-rate monitor and pedometer to measure the

and three Talking Buttons – is designed to make using

impact exercise has on the body.

technologies active for young children.

Voting Pads EYFS USB microscopes

2 sets of 6 Code: L20

Great for big events and parent consultations

1 sets of 90 Code: L23

USB microscopes can support primary science and EYFS

Voting pads can be used to survey parents or pupils

outdoor learning. USB microscopes can enhance pupils’

in large groups. The voting pads system allows you to

understanding of the world – ideal for exploring plants

transform PowerPoint presentations into interactive

and minibeasts, and for examining everyday objects up

quizzes or surveys. The software can display feedback

close. To use these USB microscopes you may need to

in real time, which can be a great stimulus for class

install software on your school computers. Contact the

discussion. Results can be stored and retrieved,

CLC technical team if advice is needed.

allowing for data analysis at a later date. The loan includes 90 handsets. A laptop is available on request, although any computer with PowerPoint installed can be upgraded to run a survey.

iPads

4 sets of 6 Code: L21

Many schools are thinking about buying iPads. We recognise the fantastic potential of iPads to support learning, but also understand that schools are concerned about the expense. This loan is a great opportunity to explore the potential of iPads in the classroom. It offers staff and pupils the chance to get to grips with this exciting and fast-developing technology before schools commit to buying their own iPad set. CLC iPads will come with a range of education apps that can be used across the curriculum.


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Full Day Training and Conferences at the CLC AUTUMN TERM - 9am - 3.15pm

Computing –

Thurs 10 Oct Code: TCF1

The New Curriculum Programming with Computer Games and Robots

The draft 2014 computing curriculum places greater emphasis on computer science, computational thinking and programming. This may be a daunting prospect for schools and teachers who fear they lack the right kind of specialist expertise. This session will bring out your inner geek. It will equip attendees with some fundamental computer science concepts, some top programming techniques, and a broad knowledge of tools that can be used to make computing fun and engaging in the primary classroom, from EYFS through to KS2.

Learning through Blogging Research Conference: Developing the quality of children’s writing through blogging

Thurs 24 Oct Code: TCF3AM

This conference is morning only but can be combined with the practical blogging session in the afternoon (see below) to make a full day.

Schools are increasingly discovering the value of creating school blogs, both as a way of developing the school’s online profile and as an opportunity to involve children in digital writing. During the past year, Lambeth CLC has conducted in-depth research with a small group of teachers, to investigate issues related to blogs and children’s writing. Teachers from the research project will present case studies of how class blogs have changed their teaching and improved how children learn and write. Researcher Myra Barrs will present findings from the research exploring a range of themes including the role of audience, differences between writing on blogs and writing on paper, how to frame blogging tasks, automaticity in writing,

ICT Mark and SRF

Thurs 17 Oct (repeated Thurs 26 June) Code: TCF2

This session is for senior leaders or anyone with

collaboration, commentary and enquiry-based learning through blogs. This session is essential for literacy/ English subject leaders or class teachers who have either started or are thinking of starting a class blog.

strategic responsibility for aspects of ICT at senior level. Working with a CLC specialist, this session will guide participants in using the NAACE Self Review Framework tool to audit provision and prepare for gaining the ICT Mark. The SRF framework provides an invaluable structure for assessing and improving how technologies are used across the curriculum, how professional development is supported and how resources are deployed. The CLC strongly recommends the SRF as a way to support strategic thinking about the role of technology within school. The afternoon will be left free for colleagues to begin work on their application supported by a CLC tutor. The afternoon session is optional and the CPD can be booked as either a full day or half day (see page 28 for half-day option)

Getting Started with Blogging This practical session is afternoon only but can be combined with the research conference in the morning (see above) to make a full day.

Thurs 24 Oct Code: TCF3PM

This workshop will give colleagues an opportunity to get to grips with the free popular blogging platform, Wordpress. The session will also give participants an opportunity to explore good practice in class blogging by viewing and critiquing sites from schools across the world. Issues around safeguarding and blogging will also be covered as part of the discussion. The practical aspects of the session will focus on the basics of how to set up and use free blogging software. Participants should be prepared to set up a dummy blog account. Further details will be provided in advance of the day.


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Full Day Training and Conferences at the CLC E-Safety Training (including CEOPs ThinkU Know certification) Certified Training

Fri 15 Nov Code: TCF4

Computing/ICT Conference Autumn & Summer Terms

Thurs 5 Dec Code: TCF6

With new Ofsted guidelines now in place, schools have

These popular conferences for ICT/computing subject

significant responsibilities in terms of safeguarding:

leaders, heads of ICT and teachers interested in the use

protecting and educating staff and pupils in their use

of technologies across the curriculum will ensure that

of technology and the web and ensuring appropriate

Lambeth and Southwark colleagues are fully informed

measures are in place should an issue arise. This session

about the very latest in technology in education. The

will address core concerns and equip staff with the

conferences combine guest speakers, curriculum

tools to promote E-safety in school. Participants will

and policy updates, sharing sessions and hands-on

gain the ThinkUKnow certification for E-safety but

workshops, and also include the opportunity to explore

the course will also draw on other programmes and

a range of equipment, apps and software. Conferences

materials and will highlight appropriate legislation

this academic year will support schools to prepare for

while also supporting colleagues in creating robust

the new computing curriculum as well as supporting

E-safety policies. E-safety is not just a technological

Technology Enhanced Learning across the curriculum.

issue, so we invite SLTs, safeguarding leads and subject leaders to attend this session.

Introduction to iPads for Teaching, Learning and Assessment in KS1 and KS2

Thurs 28 Nov Code: TCF5

This training day will provide colleagues new to using iPads with an opportunity to explore the potential of the devices within the primary setting. From leadership and management to teaching, learning and assessment, the iPad is a powerful education device. The day will also focus on the technical aspects of managing devices within the classroom including advice on deployment and synchronisation issues.


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Full Day Training and Conferences at the CLC SPRING TERM - 9am - 3.15pm

Animation Across the Curriculum

Thurs 9 Jan Code: TCF7

Animation is a really effective way to encourage collaborative storytelling, to engage reluctant learners and to reinforce learning in a practical and creative way. Working with CLC specialists, learn how to use simple software to create impressive 2D and 3D animated films. The day will divide into two sessions, the morning focusing on basic animation techniques with the afternoon concentrating on editing. The day will include guidance on structuring and managing animation work within the curriculum.

Introducing the New Computing Curriculum

Thurs 23 Jan Code: TCF8

exciting new opportunities as well as a number of challenges. During the day, participants will learn about how to develop children’s computational thinking, their understanding of how computers, networks and the internet work, and what terminology such as algorithms and decomposition will mean in the classroom. These aspects will be covered through taking part in the kind of fun and practical activities that will be suitable for children at KS1 and KS2. As well as covering these new aspects of the curriculum, CLC tutors will also discuss how to balance the computer science and digital literacy aspects of the curriculum and how to support Technology Enhanced Learning across the curriculum, as distinct from the computing curriculum. Subject leaders will also have the opportunity to look at ways to create bespoke schemes of work and skills progression and assessment

Thurs 30 Jan Code: TCF9

QR codes have huge potential within education. They are free and easy to use and can convey large amounts of information linking to films, audio files, websites or text. Create book reviews or school trails, use for MFL teaching or with EAL pupils, integrate within interactive displays, or use them as an alternative way to impart information to parents. The possibilities are endless. This full day will explore the various tools available, show examples of classroom practice and cover the practicalities of creating and storing content. An iPad is not necessary to create the QR code but a tablet is needed to access the content.

The new computing curriculum will offer schools

maps that can integrate with other subjects.

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Full Day Training and Conferences at the CLC Film-Making across the Curriculum

Thurs 13 Feb Code: TCF10

Create films for school websites and broadcasts. Improve your camera techniques and

Learning on the Move EYFS

Thurs 20 Mar Code: TCF13

Using iPads and Mobile Devices with Young Children

master simple film and editing skills in this full-day

iPads and iPods are the ultimate tools to support

course working alongside CLC film

learning in the early years, because they are mobile

tutors. The day will also include an opportunity to

and easy to use for outdoor learning, on trips and

learn simple green-screen technology techniques. The

on the move as part of classroom activities. Learn

session will explore various classroom applications

to use these devices to combine the functions of

in addition to providing guidance on structuring film

still and video cameras, audio recorders, film editors

work within the curriculum and technical advice for

and presentation makers as well as providing a way

formatting and exporting.

for young children to research on the web, learn simple programming skills and access a huge variety of educational apps. In this session you will be introduced to the different functions of the devices

Art Matters

Thurs 27 Feb Code: TCF11

This full-day training will explore a variety of technologies to support the teaching of visual art. From Wacom-Bamboo tablets to iPads, digital cameras to animation software, technology can facilitate creative ideas in new and unimaginable ways. The session will also look at free resources to support the teaching of art and design, and will showcase ways for pupils to use digital media to record and review work, including the use of digital sketchbooks.

Humanities Conference, History, Geography, RE

Thurs 13 Mar Code: TCF12

This conference will provide humanities teachers and subject leaders with opportunities to prepare for curriculum changes and to explore how history, geography and RE can all become more engaging and relevant to children through the use of digital technologies. The conference will include hands-on practical sessions using a range of technologies and will draw on CLC partnerships with museums, galleries and cultural organisations to support learning beyond the classroom.

and find out how different schools and settings are integrating their use across the curriculum as a way for children to create podcasts, animations and stories and to reflect on their learning outdoors, on visits and as part of classroom activities. You will also learn how to use the devices to record and store observations and assessments, rationalising the record-keeping process.


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Full Day Training and Conferences at the CLC SUMMER TERM - 9am - 3.15pm

This full-day conference for subject leaders and

Computing The New Curriculum Exploring the Internet

other teachers interested in the arts will provide an

As part of the draft 2014 computing curriculum pupils

opportunity to discuss and share ideas and take part

will need to have a grasp of how the internet works.

in practical activities supported by new technologies.

This session will help teachers understand the inner

We will explore the value of the arts as separate subject

structure of the internet, with its network of data farms

areas or domains and how the arts can enhance

and fibre-optic cables, and explain how it provides

different subjects, project-based learning and learning

the websites we use. We will use hands-on activities to

beyond school as part of the new 2014 primary

enliven a topic, which at first glance may appear dry

curriculum. Practical sessions will explore the potential

and uninspiring. The emphasis will be on exploring fun

of new technologies to enhance and extend learning in

classroom projects, from designing simple websites to

the arts. The day will also provide the chance to meet

making maps of the internet with paper and string.

Arts Conference

Weds 25 June Code: TCF14

Thurs 19 June Code: TCF16

with colleagues from the local arts community and to discover the huge range of cultural opportunities on offer to London schools.

ICT Mark and SRF Computing/ICT Conference

Repeat of earlier session. Please see page 23 for full Thurs 12 June Code: TCF15

Autumn & Summer Terms These popular conferences for ICT/computing subject leaders, heads of ICT and teachers interested in the use of technologies across the curriculum, will ensure that colleagues are fully informed about the very latest in technology in education. The conferences combine guest speakers, curriculum and policy updates, sharing sessions and hands-on workshops, and will also include the opportunity to explore a range of equipment, apps and software. Conferences this academic year will support schools to prepare for the new computing curriculum as well as supporting Technology Enhanced Learning across the curriculum.

Thurs 26 June Code: TCF17

details.


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Half-day training at the CLC Most training runs from 1.45pm - 4.15pm, however, some sessions run in the morning or evening. Please check times carefully.

AUTUMN TERM ICT Mark and SRF Getting Technical Managing iPads

Wed 2 Oct 1.45pm - 4.15pm Code: TH1

For technicians, ICT subject leaders or anyone involved in the management and deployment of a number of iPad devices.

Thurs 17 Oct 9am - 12noon Code: TH3

Please note this session can be booked as either a full or half day. See page 23 for full details. The morning will be facilitated and the afternoon will be left free for colleagues to begin work on their application, supported by a CLC tutor.

Many schools have invested in Tablet devices, specifically iPads. While iPads can offer exciting new learning opportunities, they can also create a whole

systematically address the key topics associated with

Thurs 17 Oct Computing Eve session 4-6pm The New Curriculum Code: TH4 Raspberry Jam, Programming and Hack Session

the management of iPads. We will look at deploying

Raspberry Pis have generated much excitement in and

apps, applying settings, sharing data, wireless

beyond the education sector. They are cheap, easy-to-

connectivity and projection on Interactive

use devices that enable young people and others to get

Whiteboards – to name but a few important issues.

to grips with a level of technical understanding. They

new set of headaches for teachers and technicians. Even simple things like accessing a network shared drive require entirely new solutions. This course will

may not run all your favourite programs, but they do provide a unique opportunity to investigate, tinker with programs and understand computers. This workshop

New to leadership in ICT/Computing (3 half day sessions)

will explore how Raspberry Pis, and other hackable devices, can provide an engaging introduction into computing. This will be a hands-on session, which will

Thurs 3 Oct 9am -12noon (see also Thurs 6 Feb & Thurs 1 May) Code: TH2a

This programme has been designed for primary teachers who have recently taken on responsibilities and leadership for ICT/computing. The subject leader’s role is extensive and ever changing, and can seem daunting to even the most experienced practitioner. Three half-day sessions at the CLC spread over the year will give subject leaders a better understanding of their role and how it supports school improvement. Each half-day session will include time to develop an individual school action plan. Colleagues will be expected to attend all three sessions.

focus more on pedagogy than programming.


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Half-day training at the CLC Learning through Blogging These two half day workshops can be booked separately or combined to make a full day training. See page 23 for full details.

2Simple and Purple Mash for EYFS & KS1

Research Conference:

This training will provide staff with an opportunity to

Developing the quality of children’s writing through blogging

AM only Thurs 24 Oct Code: TCF3AM

Morning Session

Getting Started with Blogging Practical workshop

Thurs 7 Nov 1.45pm - 4.15pm Code: TH6

explore 2Simple’s range of EYFS software. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the potential of this creative and engaging suite of applications within the early years. This session is ideal for schools

PM only Thurs 24 Oct Code: TCF3PM

Afternoon Session

that have 2Simple or Purple Mash, but don’t utilise its full potential, or for schools who are considering a purchase and would like to learn more.

Thurs 21 Nov 9am - 12.30pm Code: TH7

MFL Forum

To Tweet or not to Tweet? With more and more schools using social media as a way to link with parents and the wider community, now is the time to join the bandwagon. This handson session will provide a practical introduction to Twitter while also covering the etiquette of ‘following’, using hash tags, linking to audio and images, creating lists and making the most of the enormous potential that Twitter provides to promote, learn and share.

This session, facilitated by a lead advisory teacher, is for MFL subject leads or anyone involved in coordinating or teaching languages. The session will provide an opportunity to hear the latest updates on language teaching, support for planning and curriculum development, and advice on best practice and practical ideas to take back to the classroom.

This session is appropriate for ICT/computing leads, business managers, SLT or any member of staff with a remit to promote the school. Thurs 7 Nov 9am - 12noon Code: TH5

Introduction to Scratch

Thurs 21 Nov Eve session 4-6pm Code: TH8

If you are looking for software to support the programming elements of the new computing curriculum, then Scratch could be your answer. This free programming software, designed by MIT Media Lab, enables young pupils to create interactive stories, games and artwork. The software develops mathematical and computational thinking, while also allowing children to think creatively, reason systematically and work collaboratively.


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Half-day training at the CLC SPRING TERM - 9am - 3.15pm Maths Forum Science Forum

Thurs 16 Jan 1.45pm - 4.15pm Code: TH9

Thurs 6 Mar 1.45pm - 4.15pm Code: TH10

Building on the success of last year’s maths forum, subject leaders can attend this session to enhance their understanding of how digital technologies can support

This is an opportunity for science subject leaders

maths teaching and learning. This year we will focus on

to meet with colleagues and explore how digital

the draft 2014 mathematics programme of study, which

technologies can be used to support science. The

says that, “teachers should use their judgement about

session will address how to prepare for the new science

when ICT tools should be used [for Mathematics]”.

curriculum and will involve a mix of technology-based

We will help inform these judgements by looking at

input from CLC tutors and discussion, and sharing of

examples of current practice and discussing how digital

best practice with colleagues. This session is intended

technology could be best used to meet the demands of

for subject leads.

the new curriculum. This session will combine hands-on ICT activities with opportunities for colleagues to share and analyse best practice.

New to leadership in ICT/Computing

Thurs 6 Feb 9am – 12noon Code: TH2b

2nd of 3 half day sessions. See page 28 for more details

iPads and Film-making

Thurs 27 Mar 1.45pm - 4.15pm Code: TH11

Make the most of the functions, features and apps on an iPad to shoot, edit and upload films with your pupils. The use of the iPad speeds up and simplifies the process of film creation, making it accessible to all pupils and teachers. This practical half-day course will provide both guidance on integrating film across the curriculum and the skills to ensure you get the best results from your film productions. The session will also focus on saving, exporting and uploading to Dropbox.


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Half-day training at the CLC SUMMER TERM - 9am - 3.15pm

New to leadership in ICT/Computing

Thurs 1 May 9am - 12noon Code: TH2c

3rd of 3 half day sessions. See page28 for more details

Strategic Leadership of ICT/Computing

Tues 24 June 10am - 12noon Code: TH14

For Heads, Deputy Heads and Other Members of SLT Issues including the exponential rise in computing power, the new computing curriculum’s emphasis on computational thinking, developments in the use of the Cloud and mobile devices, and the need for an increasingly digitally literate workforce mean

EYFS Forum

Thurs 15 May 9am - 12.30pm Code: TH12

This half-day forum provides an opportunity for practitioners from EYFS settings and nursery and

that senior leaders face complex decisions in relation to ICT at a time of reduced funding. This half-day session offers senior leaders an opportunity to explore current issues and discuss their implications with CLC specialists.

reception classes to come together to share ideas and approaches and to take part in hands-on technology-based activities.

SRF and ICT Mark Computing Thurs 22 May 1.45pm - 4.15pm The New Curriculum Code: TH13 Raspberry Jam, Programming and Hack Session This is a repeat of an earlier session. See page 28 for full details

Thurs 26 June 1.45pm - 4.15pm Code: TH15

Please note that this session can be booked as either a full or half day. See page 23 for full details. The morning will be facilitated and the afternoon will be left free for colleagues to begin work on their application, supported by a CLC tutor.


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Teaching Assistant Training These sessions are targeted at teaching assistants but all staff are welcome to attend. If all three sessions are booked schools need only draw down on one day of their entitlement, otherwise each session must be taken as a half-day workshop.

Half Day Sessions (9am - 11.15am) at the CLC

The Basics: Using Windows and Word

This training aims to support those with little or no

The Basics III: Using the Internet and E-Safety

experience of using computers. The course will cover

This session will focus on supporting colleagues in

file saving and sharing, folder creation, formatting,

effective use of the internet. From improving search

deleting and keyboard shortcuts. In addition,

techniques to understanding search engines, the

participants will learn basic troubleshooting skills using

session will give participants a better understanding

the control panel and explore the PC’s various ports to

how to use the internet to access and share information

learn what plugs in where.

and images. The session will also cover E-safety, and

Fri 11 Oct Code: TA1

safeguarding.

The Basics II: Using Digital Images and Making Displays

Fri 10 Jan Code: TA2

This session focuses on the basics of digital photography. From exploring camera settings to working with simple editing tools, colleagues will be taken through the various stages of the photographic process. The session will also provide an introduction to various presentation tools, enabling participants to create digital and physical displays of their images.

Fri 25 Apr Code: TA3


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Free Session This session does not draw down on your SLA entitlement

Thurs 22 May 9am-12.30pm Code: NQT1

New Technologies for Newly Qualified Teachers This session will give NQTs an introduction to the huge variety of hardware, software and freeware appropriate for use in the primary classroom. The focus of the workshops will be on free and inexpensive tools including various social networking freeware, enabling staff to share and learn with colleagues across the globe, and freeware to support specific curriculum areas. The session will also include a brief introduction to the new computing curriculum and provide resources and ideas for teaching programming, networks and other new areas.

Family Learning The CLC offers a varied programme of family learning consultancy and activities to support and develop relationships between home and school. Funding for this strand of work is sought through the local authority and other external bodies and priority is given to schools within the SLA to access support. For further details contact Suki Coe scoe@lambethclc.org.uk

E-Safety for parents/carers Parents and carers have a vital role to play in ensuring children develop as safe and responsible digital citizens. The CLC’s 2-hour ‘Introduction to E-Safety’ workshops are tailored for families and carers and help raise awareness of the issues while also providing practical tips and advice to help parents keep their children safe online. This workshops can be bought as an SLA add-on. Cost £250 For more details email Suki Coe scoe@lambethclc.org.uk


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CPD Quick Reference Full Day Training & Conferences

9am -3.15pm

Computing - The New Curriculum Programming with Computer Games and Robots

Pg23

TCF1

Thursday 10 October

ICT Mark and SRF

Pg23

TCF2

Thursday 17 October Can also be booked as half day

Blogging Research Conference (AM) &

Pg23

TCF3am

Thursday 24 October

Getting Started with Blogging (PM)

TCF3pm

E-Safety/CEOP Training

Pg24

TCF4

Friday 15 November

Introduction to iPads for teaching, learning and assessment in KS1 & KS2

Pg24

TCF5

Thursday 28 November

Computing/Technology Enhanced Learning Conferences

Pg24

TCF6

Thursday 5 December

Animation Across the Curriculum

Pg25

TCF7

Thursday 9 January

Introducing the New Computing Curriculum for Primary

Pg25

TCF8

Thursday 23 January

QR Codes, Aurasma and iPads/Tablet

Pg25

TCF9

Thursday 30 January

Film-Making Across the Curriculum

Pg26

TCF10

Thursday 13 February

Art Matters

Pg26

TCF11

Thursday 27 February

Humanities Conference, History, Geography, RE

Pg26

TCF12

Thursday 13 March

Learning On The Move in EYFS - using iPads and mobile devices with young children

Pg26

TCF13

Thursday 20 March

Computing/Tecnology Enhanced Learning Conference

Pg27

TCF15

Thursday 12 June

Exploring the Internet

Pg27

TCF16

Thursday 19 June

Arts Conference

Pg27

TCF14

Wednesday 25 June

ICT Mark and SRF (Repeat)

Pg27

TCF17

Thursday 26 June


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CPD Quick Reference Half Day Training Getting Technical - Managing iPads

Pg28

TH1

Wednesday 2 October

1.45pm - 4.15pm

New to Leadership in ICT/Computing (session 1 of 3)

Pg28

TH2a

Thursday 3 October

9am - 12noon

New to Leadership in ICT/Computing (session 2 of 3)

Pg30

TH2b

Thursday 6 February

9am - 12noon

New to Leadership in ICT/Computing (session 3 of 3)

Pg31

TH2c

Thursday 1 May

9am - 12noon

Pg28

TH3

Thursday 17 October

9am - 12noon

Pg31

TH15

Thursday 26 June

1.45pm - 4.15pm

Computing - Raspberry Jam, Programming & Hack Session

Pg28

TH4

Thursday 17 October

4pm - 6pm

Pg31

TH13

Thursday 22 May

1.45pm - 4.15pm

Blogging Research Conference

Pg28

TCF3am

Thursday 24 October

9am - 12.30pm

Getting Started with Blogging

Pg29

TCF3pm

Thursday 24 October

1.00pm - 3.15pm

To Tweet or not to Tweet

Pg29

TH5

Thursday 7 November

9am - 12noon

2Simple and Purple Mash for EYFS & KS1

Pg29

TH6

Thursday 7 November

1.45pm - 4.15pm

MFL Forum

Pg29

TH7

Thursday 21 November

9am - 12.30pm

Introduction to Scratch

Pg29

TH8

Thursday 21 November

4pm - 6pm

Science Forum

Pg30

TH9

Thursday 16 January

1.45pm - 4.15pm

Maths Forum

Pg30

TH10

Thursday 6 March

1.45pm - 4.15pm

iPads and Film-Making

Pg30

TH11

Thursday 27 March

1.45pm - 4.15pm

EYFS Forum

Pg31

TH12

Thursday 15 May

9am - 12.30pm

Strategic Leadership of ICT/Computing for Pg31 Heads Deputy Heads and other SLT

TH14

Tuesday 24 June

10am - 12noon

FREE - New Technologies for NQTs

Pg33

NQ1

Thursday 22 May

9am - 12.30pm

The Basics: Using Windows and Word

Pg32

TA1

Friday 11 October

9am - 11.15am

The Basics II: Using digital images and making displays

Pg32

TA2

Friday 10 January

9am - 11.15am

The Basics III: Using the Internet and E-safety

Pg32

TA3

Friday 25 April

9am - 11.15am

ICT Mark and SRF

Teaching Assistant Training


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Additional Education Services CfBT Education Trust, one of the UK’s top 30 charities and an education provider for more than 40 years. The Education Services team provides Schools, Academies and Local Authorities with a single-point of access to CfBT’s complete portfolio of services and products which includes Lambeth CLC. Our experience and expertise from across the education sector allows us to offer services that are tailored to meet the needs of primary, secondary or special schools. All of our services are also available at the same rate to academies and free schools. We can offer bespoke services tailored to meet the specific needs or standard packages of support representing great value. We can respond to any educational requests for support.

Why use us? You will benefit from: •

Our experience of working in the education sector for over 40 years

Our quality systems and processes which ensure you receive effective support that really makes an impact

Our highly-skilled subject professionals, expert project managers and outstanding administrative staff, all working to support you

Our quality systems and processes which ensure you receive effective support that really makes an impact

Our flexible approach to providing services – immediately or across the year

Our approach to working with young people, focusing on what we know works.

Careers Education

School Improvement

We deliver careers guidance services to years 7 – 13 through one to one guidance interviews, small and large group work and drop-in sessions. We can help your school develop or maintain high quality careers education provision by providing expert support for strategic planning, quality assurance and careers curriculum development. Careers Quality Awards are endorsed by DfE Statutory Guidance and CfBT can support you to achieve one to demonstrate the quality of your careers education and guidance provision. We make sure that your staff, students and parents are kept up to date with the changes in careers and labour market information. We can support your school by collecting, collating and reporting to you on your student destinations

CfBT has a wealth of experience across all areas of school effectiveness and management at both Primary and Secondary phases, including Special schools. We provide consultancy support in areas such as whole-school review, appointments and induction, assessment for learning, pupils’ achievement, CPD programmes, curriculum planning and subject reviews. This support can be delivered as a focused input or spread across the year.

Training We run development courses for all school staff, focusing on professional development, policy updates and implications, as well as twilight briefings

Work Experience

for governors and staff. We also deliver accredited

We arrange bespoke work experience placements along with a programme of support to ensure your students get the most out of this experience. We are running work experience programmes for schools across London.

coaching courses and other leadership training which

Leadership Development Using our school improvement expertise and resources we work with Headteachers and governors to support appointments, inductions and ongoing performance management.

can span the whole year.

To book any of the above or for more information about CfBT Education Services, email Julia Lawrence jlawrence@lambethclc.org.uk


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Vii Networks Ltd are one of the UK’s leading suppliers of Interactive Screen Technology for the education sector and over the last 12 months we have been working very closely with Lambeth City Learning Centre, recently installing one of our Vii Touch Interactive LED screens in the Centre. We also have our screens installed into Henry Cavendish School and Hornsby House School. From our Digital Signage Solutions helping you to communicate more effectively with pupils, parents and staff alike, to our INTERACTIVE DUAL TOUCH SCREENS, proven to improve pupil engagement, raise standards in teaching and helping provide a measured impact on learning Vii Networks offer a total solution to all your screen technology needs.

Key features of Vii Touch Interactive Screens: All sizes from 32”-82”; LED Anti Glare screens as standard: In built freeze function control; Plug and play solution; Innovative software packages included and support of previous education software; Affordable and maintenance free with up to 60,000 hours warranties; The UK’s most Competitive Prices. Replacing you Whiteboard solution with Vii Touch Interactive screens will enable you to say goodbye to Calibration/Orientation Issues and expensive maintenance bills, saving you money, time and frustration. However in order to gain a clear idea of their clarity, functionality and benefits, screens need to be seen. In understanding this and at no obligation, Vii Networks will happily arrange to demonstrate one of our screens at your school at any time that suits. Alternatively we can also arrange a demonstration of our screens at Lambeth City Learning Centre and again at any time that suits. For more information please contact Lyndsey on 01285 883761 or email Lyndsey.barnett@vii-networks.com or alternatitively email Julia Lawrence at Lambeth City Learning Centre jlawrence@lambethclc.org.uk

Vii Networks Ltd, 10 Blackjack St, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2AA www.vii-networks.com Tel: 01257 273711


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Housekeeping Satisfying school demand

Cancellation

Every effort will be made to ensure that schools are given their first choice. However, on occasion it may be necessary to provide an alternative allocation. This will be done in consultation with SLA coordinators to ensure that the alternative is agreeable and appropriate for the school.

The CLC will endeavour to operate a ‘no cancellation’ policy. However, unavoidable circumstances such as illness may occasionally require sessions to be cancelled. Where this occurs, the CLC will make alternative provision at the earliest opportunity. The CLC will not cancel CPD provision if numbers are low, although it may offer a more cost-effective alternative or occasionally postpone to increase numbers.

Service standards The CLC is accredited as an Apple Regional Training Centre and is an official trainer for Purple Mash. Staff at the CLC are qualified CEOP Ambassadors and ThinkUKnow Trainers. The CLC was recently shortlisted by NAACE (subject association for ICT) for an Impact Award for the quality of its CPD and were named as Technologists of the Year 2012-2013 by the Association of Learning Technologists. The CLC has recently been accepted into the Network of Excellence by Computing at Schools as a Lead Centre for the teaching of computing and computer science.

Complaints If a complaint is made regarding the CLC service, it will be investigated fully with a response made within five working days. Complaints should be made by email to Julia Lawrence jlawrence@lambethclc.org.uk


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Lambeth City Learning Centre is a part of CfBT Education Trust

Lambeth City Learning Centre


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0207 720 7514 Lambeth City Learning Centre Rectory Grove, London, SW4 0EL www.lambethclc.org.uk

info@lambethclc.org.uk

Lambeth City Learning Centre


Lambeth CLC Programme of Activity 2013/14 (v)