SSAT Speed Learning Event Brixton
Monday, May 20 #SpeedLearning @ssat
It's more than a game. See for yourself how a games based learning approach can motivate and engage pupils.
Sherston Sofware are pleased to be one of the sponsors of this event. Chris Chambers, Educational Consultant at Sherston, will discuss how until now, the standard of online gaming offered to the consumer market far outclassed the digital equivalent in schools. See for yourself how Planet Sherston’s cutting edge games based learning approach can motivate pupils and improve results.
More about The Primary Network - Speed Learning Summer Series 2013
Knowing how precious everyone's time is - 'speed learning' aims to provide an intensive but fun learning opportunity after school. Colleagues leave each event having picked up a series of top tips and short term strategies to support learning as well as one or two longer term ideas and thoughts.
When you arrive you will be warmly greeted by teachers, teaching assistants, heads and leaders – all of whom are part of the Primary Network – the largest school-led national network of primary practitioners.
Running from 15.45 – 17.45, you can have a well-earned cup of tea and a few biscuits whilst you hear a 15-minute keynote on the latest educational developments from one of the school leaders. Then, choose six tables to visit that reflect your highest priorities. Move around the carousels, ‘speed-dating’ style, to hear three minute nano-presentations at each table followed by discussion with like-minded colleagues on practical, relevant classroom topics.
Each Speed Learning session will cover different topics and will be tailored to local priorities.
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SSAT Speed Learning Brixton
Monday, May 20th 2013 at 3:45-5:45pm
Christ Church Primary, Cancell Road, Brixton, London SW9 6HN
Christ Church Speed Learning Agenda
3.45 – Registration and refreshments
4:00 – Keynote – Jody Tranter, Learning Mentor, Christ Church Primary
Behaviour improvement via a whole school approach
4.15 – 5.15 – Speed Learning carousel – see below for details:
Table 2. Academies Briefing – Bethany Dilnot, Raising Standards Leader,Larkswood Primary
I will be presenting how I developed our school’s parent partnership by embedding projects and ideas. I did this initially in the EYFS and then to the whole school.
Table 3. Parent Partnerships – Deb Perry, Programme Manager, SSAT
A rapid introduction to the academies programme and what is happening nationally.
Table 4. Children’s Leadership Award– Tom Middlehurst, Student Leadership Coordinator
The Children’s Leadership Award is a nationally-recognised award which certificates the leadership skills of pupils in your school.
Table 5. Parental Messaging for Schools– Stuart Abrahams,GroupCall Ltd
Messenger is a web-based program allowing schools to send personalised text, voice or email messages instantly to parents, staff, students and other contacts in a variety of languages for a low subscription fee.
Table 6. Financial Literacy – Nicola Garrett, Programme Manager, SSAT
We will walk through an overview of the financial literacy resource Adding up to a lifetime and describe how and where it can be used in the primary mathematics curriculum.
Table 7. Outdoor Learning – Mrs Jules Rogers, Leader of outdoor learning and Mrs Hannah Littlejones, artist in residence, ChristChurch Primary School
A glimpse into some of the fantastic outdoor learning that takes place in our school.
Table 8. Empowering Readers – Mrs Wanda Esterhuizen and Mrs Layla Evan
Year 1 and Year 2 Teachers, Christ ChurchPrimary School
Looking at the robust phonics and reading teaching and its impact on the confidence levels of our readers.
Table 9. Game Based Learning – Chris Chambers, Sherston
See for yourself how Planet Sherston’s cutting edge, games based learning approach can motivate children and improve results.
Table 10. The Yes Programme – Ian Allgar, Development Manager, Yes Programme
Online library of 90 films and associated resources mapped to KS2 core subjects, designed to put curriculum topics in the context of the real world
5.15 – Planning for impact: Turning ideas into practice and evidencing impact
5.30 – Networking
5.45 – Close