#It’s not okay, tackling violence against women and girls

Online

The OSCB are running this 1/2 day webinar ahead of this years 'Sexual Violence and Sexual Abuse Awareness Week', which runs from 6th to the 12th Feb. Speakers include Katy Barrow-Grint (Assistant Chief Constable, Thames Valley Police), Abi Wycherley (Violence Against Women and Girls Coordinator, Public Health and Community Safety) and Fraser Franks ( Director […]

New to year 6: preparing for end of KS2 tests and teaching assessment

Hill End Outdoor Education Centre Eynsham Road, Cumnor, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Outline This course is aimed at year 6 teachers who are new to teaching in year 6. Description This course will clarify the statutory requirements for KS2 and moderation. It will provide teachers with an opportunity to consolidate their understanding of standards and explore the KS2 SATs. The tutor is the KS2 moderation manager and […]

new to year 2: preparing for end of KS1 tests and teacher assessment

Hill End Outdoor Education Centre Eynsham Road, Cumnor, Oxford, Oxfordshire

Outline This course will clarify the statutory requirements for KS2 and moderation. Description It will provide teachers with an opportunity to consolidate their understanding of standards and explore the KS2 SATs. The tutor is the KS2 moderation manager and will be able to discuss any queries about KS2 moderation Audience Key Stage 2 Teachers, Headteachers

a whole school approach to greater depth reading

Online

The 2019 Ofsted framework requires schools to ensure that all learners will receive a high-quality, ambitious education and that leaders take on or construct a curriculum that is ambitious. Therefore, it is vital that our English reading curriculum reflects this in every year-group across the phases. This online session will consider and explore: the characteristics of greater depth readers […]

An introduction to intra-familial child sexual abuse

Online

This one-day introductory course provides an overview of the key issues needed to support practitioners who work in collaboration with other agencies in identifying and responding to cases of intra-familial child sexual abuse. Who should attend? All practitioners working with children and their families. What can you expect to learn? A better understanding of: ➢ […]

Safeguarding Disabled children

John Wesley Memorial Church New Inn, Hall Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire

This specialist training workshop is aimed at professionals who are experienced in working with disabled children and who have already undertaken Generalist training. It is also aimed at professionals from Social Care Assessment teams and the Police who may be involved in child protection enquiries involving disabled children. Social workers from mainstream social care or […]

Allegation Management

Online

This training is for managers, headteachers and those in senior position who are involved in the response to, management of and/or investigation of concerns/allegations about people in a position of trust- this may be through paid or voluntary employment. Aims of the course: understand what an allegation is and how allegations may arise​ identify national […]

OCC High Quality Teaching Training

Online

Linked to the EEF 5 a day. Join on your computer, mobile app or room device Click here to join the meeting Meeting ID: 312 594 693 485 Passcode: djMx2u

Assessment Leader Briefing

Online

Outline A termly briefing guided by Jane McKenzie Downes - Education Advisor Description This termly briefing will ensure that assessment leaders are up to date. We will explore everything that has been published regarding statutory assessment during the term. Audience Headteachers, Teachers, Subject Leaders

a whole school approach to developing writing fluency

Online

The 2020 EEF guidance for improving literacy states: Fluent writing supports composition because pupils’ cognitive resources are freed from focusing on handwriting, spelling, and sentence construction and can be redirected towards writing composition. Therefore, it is imperative that we support pupils to develop fluency in their transcriptional skills so that they can be applied to writing effortlessly, […]

Humanities as part of a balanced and broadly-based primary curriculum

Online

This session will enable you to understand the humanities in new exciting ways and how these can be a vital part of balanced and broadly-based primary curriculum. This will provide a research-informed view of the humanities in primary schools, arguing that these are an essential part of a balanced, broadly-based and holistic curriculum. The humanities […]

experienced yr 6 teachers: preparing for end of key stage tests and teacher assessment

Online

Outline This course is aimed at experienced year 6 teachers. It is similar in content to the course, ‘New to Year 6? Preparing for End of Year Assessment' and so participants should not attend if they have already attended the ‘New to’ course. Description This course will clarify the statutory requirements for KS2 and moderation. […]