Back to School!

CPD & events to get you back in the swing of things

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We know the first few weeks of the new school year can have a lot going on so we wanted to make sure you don't miss anything important this September or October! For full details of courses and meetings for school staff and governors taking place over the next two months, follow the links below.

Last chance to book!

SEPTEMBER COURSES

15 Sept - NQT Induction Managers and Tutors - Session 1 (AM)

15 Sept - NQT Induction Managers and Tutors - Session 1 (PM)


16 Sept - Designated Safeguarding Lead Training


17 Sept - Newly Qualified Teachers Programme - Primary & Secondary NQTs: Welcome Meeting

17 Sept - Primary Newly Qualified Teacher CPD Programme: Introduction to your CPD/Safeguarding, Child Protection and E-Safety


18 Sept - Getting to Grips with the New NC for English and Mathematics in Year 2


22 Sept - Help! I'm a New Subject Leader for Mathematics or English

22 Sept - The OFSTED common inspection framework - are you ready?

22 Sept - Admissions Training for Governors


23 Sept - New to Reception

23 Sept - Bite Size Workshop - Using case studies to support evaluation of SEN provision

23 Sept - Education Briefing for Chairs of Governors


24 Sept - Effective leadership, Reviewing and Action Planning for Pupils with English as an additional language, Black, Minority-Ethnic and other Vulnerable groups

24 Sept - Making A Request for Education Health and Care Plans

24 Sept - Pupil Premium and Sports Premium - What Governors need to know


25 Sept - Getting to Grips with the New NC for English and Mathematics in Year 6


29 Sept - Clerks Briefing (day)

29 Sept - Clerks Briefing (evening)


30 Sept - Ofsted Framework updates for Governors

30 Sept - Bite Size Workshop- Using the Boxall Profile and other assessment tools for pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs

30 Sept - Religious Educationand Collective Worship - What Governors need to know

OCTOBER COURSES

01 Oct - Headteacher Recruitment and Selection for governors - PArt 1 & 2 (must attend both days)


03 Oct - Safer Recruitment for Governors


05 Oct - Autism Education Trust Tiered training, level 1

05 Oct - Effective Governing Body Committees


06 Oct - Ofsted Framework updates for Governors


07 Oct - Developing Approaches to Guided Reading

07 Oct - Stronger together: building an effective leadership team

07 Oct - Bite Size Workshop - working with your SEN governor


08 Oct - Including Parents and Pupils In Decision Making - How well developed is your person centred approach?

08 Oct - Primary Newly Qualified Teacher CPD Programme: Tutor Head Group (Session 1 of 3)


09 Oct - Teaching Phonics in the New National Curriculum

09 Oct - Legible handwriting for all


12 Oct - Healthy Schools Forum Autumn Term Meeting

12 Oct - Welcome to New Governors part 1 & 2 (MUST ATTEND BOTH)


13 Oct - Accelerating progress in EYFS and KS1 with specific reference to language deprived (White British and EAL learners)

13 Oct - New to leading on the Most Able, Gifted and Talented learners in the Primary School

13 Oct - The new OFSTED judgement on Leadership and management including safeguarding – the golden thread - are you ready?

13 Oct - Training and Development Forum


14 Oct - FFT Aspire training for Primary Schools

14 Oct - Teaching Effective Grammar for Writing in the New National Curriculum

14 Oct - FFT Aspire training for Primary Schools

14 Oct - Primary Mathematics Subject Leader Network Autumn Meeting

14 Oct - Nurture Group Autumn Term Meeting


14 Oct - Bitesize - Exclusion, behaviour and the law

14 Oct - Health and Safety for Maintained Schools


15 Oct - Designated Safeguarding Lead Training

15 Oct - Autism Education Trust Tiered training, level 3

15 Oct - FFT Aspire training for Secondary Schools

15 Oct - New to English: Teaching EAL beginners


16 Oct - FFT Aspire training for Primary Schools

16 Oct - FFT Aspire training for primary multi-academy trusts


20 Oct - Accelerating progress in KS2 with specific reference to language deprived (White British and EAL learners)

20 Oct - The new OFSTED Personal development, welfare and behaviour judgement - are you ready?


21 Oct - Teaching Writing - A Pathway to Success with James Clements: Primary English Subject Leaders Network meeting


22 Oct - Primary Newly Qualified Teacher CPD Programme: Inclusion

22 Oct- Primary Newly Qualified Teacher CPD Programme: Developing a Positive Climate for Learning (day 1 of 2)

How to book?

Login to the Octavo portal, navigate to 'Training', search your course title and book your place. Any member of school staff with a login can book a place (or book for another member of staff) which will then require authorisation from someone with finance permissions; usually your Headteacher or School Business Manager (so they don't get a nasty surprise and refuse to pay the bill when it turns up!). Alternatively email us with any enquiries and we'll be happy to assist you!


If you're a new customer we'll need to set you up with a unique login. It's no trouble at all, we'll just need your full name, school, role and email address. Send that to enquiries@octavopartnership.org and we'll get you set up.

Our training portal gives users and their schools access to online evaluations and certificates, any course notes and a central record for reporting purposes. Schools can run monthly, termly or annual reports on all training attended, the cost thereof and any feedback provided by delegates.

We are the Octavo Partnership

The Octavo Partnership is a mutual venture between Croydon Council, Croydon Headteachers Association and staff to deliver high quality education support services in Croydon and further afield. We are a group of dedicated, highly experienced individuals across multiple, complimentary services working together to raise standards, deliver lasting school improvement and impact outcomes for all children and young people.