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Workshops & Training

Here at Simply Education we invest in the training of our supply staff and have a dedicated education development consultant who provides certified safeguarding training and behaviour management courses to all interested teaching staff. Please see below for all available courses. Please note that all CPD training courses are only available to registered teaching staff.

Introduction to SEN Teaching (ISENT) Northampton 22nd & 23rd July

Northampton Northamptonshire

22-07-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

4 seats
Free
22-07-2019
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Introduction to SEN Teaching (ISENT)

 

This 2 day course will raise awareness of the approaches taken by effective teachers and teaching assistants working with very challenging pupils in Special Schools. It will also have application for similar staff working in more challenging inner city and rural schools whose pupils exhibit extreme / disruptive behaviours.

 

The morning of the first day will cover Enhanced Safer Working Practices, Essential Character Qualities and Planning - as most Special Schools only offer long-term placement as a strategy to minimise disruption for their pupils and planning will be expected. Teachers and teaching Assistants will need a flexible attitude to their role, which may be wider in scope than in mainstream schools. A tailored Behaviour Management workshop will take place in the first afternoon. The second day will cover an enhanced SEND course in the morning, with opportunities to explore elements of the whole course through a range of interactive review tasks and scenario analyses in the afternoon.

 

Attendee should bring a lunch on both days.

Behaviour Management Workshop - Bedford

Bedford Bedfordshire

30-07-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
30-07-2019
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Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of, calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distraction questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day, would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our new Behavioural management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to effectively manage the behaviour of children in classrooms. We will actively practice some of the skills needed to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

Behaviour Management Workshop - Lincoln

North Hykeham Lincoln

30-07-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
30-07-2019
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Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of, calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distraction questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day, would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our new Behavioural management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to effectively manage the behaviour of children in classrooms. We will actively practice some of the skills needed to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

Advanced Teaching Skills Workshop (ATS) - Bedford

Bedford Bedfordshire

30-07-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
30-07-2019
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Advanced Teaching Skills Workshop (ATS); a half day course to cover a wide range of effective teaching strategies to help ensure pupils make great progress.

 

Course Overview

Advanced Teaching Skills Workshop

Based on over 1000 observations, we cover teaching practices commonly found in ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ lessons, and highlight what is most often missing from ‘Requires Improvement’ and ‘Inadequate’ lessons. Organised around a set of easy to implement observation criteria, we present a wide range of effective practices and support the offered guidance with a set of up-to-date and useful resources. The course welcomes discussion and interaction.

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Continuous Development

As a Simply Education teacher you will have access to the support offered by our dedicated Education Development Managers.

 

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training.

 

Questioning for Engagement (QfE) - Lincoln

North Hykeham Lincoln

30-07-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
30-07-2019
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Course Overview

 

This half-day course is designed to move teachers on from one-at-a-time, hands-up questioning that leaves many pupils disengaged and bored; a common symptom of underperformance. A variety of great questioning techniques are shared that will increase whole-class participation, increase the focus on learning and help reduce the need for so much focus on poor behaviours. There are lots of opportunities for interaction and great resources to take away.

The reasons for, and pitfalls of, poor questioning are explored and better alternatives offered. The purpose of questioning is linked to both learning and behaviour through the development of motivation for learning. The aim is for teachers to take back control of questioning and use it to support pupils of all abilities in making the best possible progress.

Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies -Bedford

Bedford Beds

31-07-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
31-07-2019
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Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Update on latest 2017 DfE Framework and Assessment for EYFS – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies

 

This one day course is designed to refresh key EYFS skills and update awareness of the latest standards as outlined in the 2017 EYFS framework. Aimed at colleagues returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or those who mainly teach KS2 but want to extend their work opportunities to KS1 and Early Years and indeed those who work primarily in early years. The course is suitable for Nursery assistants, TA’s, CS and teachers. The course is comprised of eight elements: 1) Framework 2017 update, 2) Assessment 2017, 3) Behaviour Management, 4) Teaching Strategies, 5) Effective Learning, 6) Lesson Observation, 7) Importance of Play, and 8) Safeguarding.

 

Course Overview

 

The course starts with a review of the latest Overarching Principles as outlined in the 2017 update, concentrating on the unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development. This followed by and awareness session on the latest statutory and teacher assessment requirements. Promoting positive behaviour – expectations and management strategies are explored. Activities for course members help them to explore and discuss the management and resolution of various behaviours they will come across in the day to day or longer term placements. We have also included a section on challenging behaviours and strategies for you to manage them. Children at play is an opportunity to really develop learning and understanding, we explore its importance and strategies you can employ in the outside areas. Finally we update you on the latest in safeguarding measure to ensure all children are safe in your setting. All Simply courses provide resources to enhance the effectiveness of the course we offer.


Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies - Aylesbury

Aylesbury

01-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
01-08-2019
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Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Update on latest 2017 DfE Framework and Assessment for EYFS – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies

 

This one day course is designed to refresh key EYFS skills and update awareness of the latest standards as outlined in the 2017 EYFS framework. Aimed at colleagues returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or those who mainly teach KS2 but want to extend their work opportunities to KS1 and Early Years and indeed those who work primarily in early years. The course is suitable for Nursery assistants, TA’s, CS and teachers. The course is comprised of eight elements: 1) Framework 2017 update, 2) Assessment 2017, 3) Behaviour Management, 4) Teaching Strategies, 5) Effective Learning, 6) Lesson Observation, 7) Importance of Play, and 8) Safeguarding.

 

Course Overview

 

The course starts with a review of the latest Overarching Principles as outlined in the 2017 update, concentrating on the unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development. This followed by and awareness session on the latest statutory and teacher assessment requirements. Promoting positive behaviour – expectations and management strategies are explored. Activities for course members help them to explore and discuss the management and resolution of various behaviours they will come across in the day to day or longer term placements. We have also included a section on challenging behaviours and strategies for you to manage them. Children at play is an opportunity to really develop learning and understanding, we explore its importance and strategies you can employ in the outside areas. Finally we update you on the latest in safeguarding measure to ensure all children are safe in your setting. All Simply courses provide resources to enhance the effectiveness of the course we offer.


Questioning for Engagement (QfE) - Cambridge

Cambridge Cambridgeshire

06-08-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

20 seats
Free
06-08-2019
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Course Overview

 

This half-day course is designed to move teachers on from one-at-a-time, hands-up questioning that leaves many pupils disengaged and bored; a common symptom of underperformance. A variety of great questioning techniques are shared that will increase whole-class participation, increase the focus on learning and help reduce the need for so much focus on poor behaviours. There are lots of opportunities for interaction and great resources to take away.

The reasons for, and pitfalls of, poor questioning are explored and better alternatives offered. The purpose of questioning is linked to both learning and behaviour through the development of motivation for learning. The aim is for teachers to take back control of questioning and use it to support pupils of all abilities in making the best possible progress.

Behaviour Management Workshop - Aylesbury

Aylesbury

06-08-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
06-08-2019
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Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of, calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distraction questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day, would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our new Behavioural management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to effectively manage the behaviour of children in classrooms. We will actively practice some of the skills needed to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Update - Cambridge

Cambridge Cambridgeshire

06-08-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

20 seats
Free
06-08-2019
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Course Overview

SEN(D) Update

The ‘SEN(D) Update course will clarify the latest arrangements for supporting SEN(D) pupils in schools, with focus given to teachers’ roles and responsibilities in relation to care, support and ensuring progress of these children. There is a ‘no excuse’ culture in place, with every teacher expected to do their part in helping children with a range of extra challenges to meet their targets, and in doing so, helping the school meet theirs. The course aims to develop understanding of the underlying principles of the new ‘0-25 SEN Code of Practice’, and looks to identify and offer strategies to dismantle the barriers to learning experienced by SEN(D) children.

 

Teaching Strategies to Support SEN(D) pupils

The teaching strategies covered, if employed well, should help your SEN(D) pupils feel more secure, enjoy their learning more and therefore make better progress. The strategies discussed include:

  • Active learning
  • Group-work, pair work, pair-share etc.
  • Kinaesthetic learning
  • HAP, MAP & LAP materials and challenges
  • Scaffolded (basketball*) questioning
  • Plenary responsibilities
  • Assessment for Learning (AfL) – (see next slides)

These are of course only a narrow selection of the teaching strategies you will need. Look out for our other courses for more information.

Questioning for Engagement (QfE) - Aylesbury

Aylesbury

06-08-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
06-08-2019
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Course Overview

 

This half-day course is designed to move teachers on from one-at-a-time, hands-up questioning that leaves many pupils disengaged and bored; a common symptom of underperformance. A variety of great questioning techniques are shared that will increase whole-class participation, increase the focus on learning and help reduce the need for so much focus on poor behaviours. There are lots of opportunities for interaction and great resources to take away.

The reasons for, and pitfalls of, poor questioning are explored and better alternatives offered. The purpose of questioning is linked to both learning and behaviour through the development of motivation for learning. The aim is for teachers to take back control of questioning and use it to support pupils of all abilities in making the best possible progress.

Safeguarding Training - Bedford

Bedford Bedfordshire

07-08-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
07-08-2019
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“This briefing is a mandatory expectation for all staff working in an unsupervised capacity with children or young people. At the end of the briefing, participants should have a basic understanding of their roles and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding children and young people as well as an understanding of some of the indicators of potential abuse that they need to be aware of and act on”. 

2019 Updates to Keeping Children Safe in Education will be covered. 

Questioning for Engagement (QfE) - Bedford

Bedford Beds

07-08-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
07-08-2019
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Course Overview

 

This half-day course is designed to move teachers on from one-at-a-time, hands-up questioning that leaves many pupils disengaged and bored; a common symptom of underperformance. A variety of great questioning techniques are shared that will increase whole-class participation, increase the focus on learning and help reduce the need for so much focus on poor behaviours. There are lots of opportunities for interaction and great resources to take away.

The reasons for, and pitfalls of, poor questioning are explored and better alternatives offered. The purpose of questioning is linked to both learning and behaviour through the development of motivation for learning. The aim is for teachers to take back control of questioning and use it to support pupils of all abilities in making the best possible progress.

Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies - Oxford

Oxford

08-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

10 seats
Free
08-08-2019
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Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Update on latest 2017 DfE Framework and Assessment for EYFS – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies

 

This one day course is designed to refresh key EYFS skills and update awareness of the latest standards as outlined in the 2017 EYFS framework. Aimed at colleagues returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or those who mainly teach KS2 but want to extend their work opportunities to KS1 and Early Years and indeed those who work primarily in early years. The course is suitable for Nursery assistants, TA’s, CS and teachers. The course is comprised of eight elements: 1) Framework 2017 update, 2) Assessment 2017, 3) Behaviour Management, 4) Teaching Strategies, 5) Effective Learning, 6) Lesson Observation, 7) Importance of Play, and 8) Safeguarding.

 

Course Overview

 

The course starts with a review of the latest Overarching Principles as outlined in the 2017 update, concentrating on the unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development. This followed by and awareness session on the latest statutory and teacher assessment requirements. Promoting positive behaviour – expectations and management strategies are explored. Activities for course members help them to explore and discuss the management and resolution of various behaviours they will come across in the day to day or longer term placements. We have also included a section on challenging behaviours and strategies for you to manage them. Children at play is an opportunity to really develop learning and understanding, we explore its importance and strategies you can employ in the outside areas. Finally we update you on the latest in safeguarding measure to ensure all children are safe in your setting. All Simply courses provide resources to enhance the effectiveness of the course we offer.


Behaviour Management Workshop - Oxford

Oxford Oxfordshire

13-08-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

10 seats
Free
13-08-2019
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Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of, calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distraction questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day, would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our new Behavioural management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to effectively manage the behaviour of children in classrooms. We will actively practice some of the skills needed to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

Questioning for Engagement (QfE) - Oxford

Oxford Oxfordshire

13-08-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

10 seats
Free
13-08-2019
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Course Overview

 

This half-day course is designed to move teachers on from one-at-a-time, hands-up questioning that leaves many pupils disengaged and bored; a common symptom of underperformance. A variety of great questioning techniques are shared that will increase whole-class participation, increase the focus on learning and help reduce the need for so much focus on poor behaviours. There are lots of opportunities for interaction and great resources to take away.

The reasons for, and pitfalls of, poor questioning are explored and better alternatives offered. The purpose of questioning is linked to both learning and behaviour through the development of motivation for learning. The aim is for teachers to take back control of questioning and use it to support pupils of all abilities in making the best possible progress.

Behaviour Management Workshop - High Wycombe

High Wycombe Buckinghamshire

15-08-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

10 seats
Free
15-08-2019
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Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of, calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distraction questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day, would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our new Behavioural management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to effectively manage the behaviour of children in classrooms. We will actively practice some of the skills needed to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

Questioning for Engagement (QfE) - High Wycombe

High Wycombe Buckinghamshire

15-08-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

10 seats
Free
15-08-2019
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Course Overview

 

This half-day course is designed to move teachers on from one-at-a-time, hands-up questioning that leaves many pupils disengaged and bored; a common symptom of underperformance. A variety of great questioning techniques are shared that will increase whole-class participation, increase the focus on learning and help reduce the need for so much focus on poor behaviours. There are lots of opportunities for interaction and great resources to take away.

The reasons for, and pitfalls of, poor questioning are explored and better alternatives offered. The purpose of questioning is linked to both learning and behaviour through the development of motivation for learning. The aim is for teachers to take back control of questioning and use it to support pupils of all abilities in making the best possible progress.

Introduction to NQT Year - (NQTIYS-1)

Bedford Bedfordshire

20-08-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

12 seats
Free
20-08-2019
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Course Overview

This half-day course will help QTS teachers who are looking to start or are part way through their NQT Induction year. It covers the requirements of the Induction year, exploring the underlying assumptions and aims and building to guidance about how to provide the required evidence to best demonstrate and exceed expectations for the year. 

Introduction to Supply Teaching Day One-Aylesbury

Aylesbury

21-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

12 seats
21-08-2019
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Introduction to Supply Teaching (IST); a two day course to refresh key skills and update awareness of latest standards / expectations specifically  designed for teachers returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or moving from a permanent / overseas position into supply teaching in England and Wales.  The course is comprised of four elements:  1) Safer Working Practices; 2) Behaviour Management Workshop; 3) Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted and 4) Teaching for Outstanding Progress.  It is required that Simply Education’s online Safeguarding tutorial has been completed PRIOR to attending the Introduction to Supply Teaching Course.

Course Overview

 

Day 1 – Morning

Safer Working Practices

The ‘Safer Working Practices’ course builds upon the Simply Education online Safeguarding tutorial, covering a range of key ways to keep yourself safe whilst working in the classroom.  The Safeguarding tutorial is a mandatory expectation for all staff working in an unsupervised capacity with children or young people for Simply Education and will give a basic understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding children and young people as well as an understanding of some of the indicators of potential abuse that they need to be aware of and act on.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

 

Day 1 – Afternoon: 

Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distracting questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any other behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day.  Would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our Behavioural Management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to manage the behaviour for learning in classrooms.  The skills covered will help to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work for you and your pupils.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

Day 2 – Morning

Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted

National Curriculum

Understanding SEN and ADHD

Ofsted and Teachers Standards

Literacy and Numeracy Policies

Elements of teaching evaluated by observers

Simply Education Expectations

 

 Day 2 - Afternoon

Teaching for Outstanding Progress

Teaching for Outstanding Progress includes:

  • Planning
  • Differentiation
  • Questioning
  • Mastery
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Marking
  • Interactive Teaching Evaluations

 

Continuous Development

As a part of your placement through Simply Education you have the chance to be observed by one of our Education Development Managers to gain valuable feedback on your progress.

 

Please note that you will need to book on for both days of this course to gain certification.  However, the days can be completed non-sequentially.  Please remember to bring a packed lunch. 

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training.

Introduction to Supply Teaching Day Two - Aylesbury

Aylesbury

22-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

12 seats
22-08-2019
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Introduction to Supply Teaching (IST); a two day course to refresh key skills and update awareness of latest standards / expectations specifically  designed for teachers returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or moving from a permanent / overseas position into supply teaching in England and Wales.  The course is comprised of four elements:  1) Safer Working Practices; 2) Behaviour Management Workshop; 3) Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted and 4) Teaching for Outstanding Progress.  It is required that Simply Education’s online Safeguarding tutorial has been completed PRIOR to attending the Introduction to Supply Teaching Course.

Course Overview

 

Day 1 – Morning

Safer Working Practices

The ‘Safer Working Practices’ course builds upon the Simply Education online Safeguarding tutorial, covering a range of key ways to keep yourself safe whilst working in the classroom.  The Safeguarding tutorial is a mandatory expectation for all staff working in an unsupervised capacity with children or young people for Simply Education and will give a basic understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding children and young people as well as an understanding of some of the indicators of potential abuse that they need to be aware of and act on.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

 

Day 1 – Afternoon: 

Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distracting questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any other behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day.  Would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our Behavioural Management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to manage the behaviour for learning in classrooms.  The skills covered will help to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work for you and your pupils.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

Day 2 – Morning

Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted

National Curriculum

Understanding SEN and ADHD

Ofsted and Teachers Standards

Literacy and Numeracy Policies

Elements of teaching evaluated by observers

Simply Education Expectations

 

 Day 2 - Afternoon

Teaching for Outstanding Progress

Teaching for Outstanding Progress includes:

  • Planning
  • Differentiation
  • Questioning
  • Mastery
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Marking
  • Interactive Teaching Evaluations

 

Continuous Development

As a part of your placement through Simply Education you have the chance to be observed by one of our Education Development Managers to gain valuable feedback on your progress.

 

Please note that you will need to book on for both days of this course to gain certification.  However, the days can be completed non-sequentially.  Please remember to bring a packed lunch. 

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training.

Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies-Cambridge

Cambridge Cambridgeshire

23-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

20 seats
Free
23-08-2019
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Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Update on latest 2017 DfE Framework and Assessment for EYFS – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies

 

This one day course is designed to refresh key EYFS skills and update awareness of the latest standards as outlined in the 2017 EYFS framework. Aimed at colleagues returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or those who mainly teach KS2 but want to extend their work opportunities to KS1 and Early Years and indeed those who work primarily in early years. The course is suitable for Nursery assistants, TA’s, CS and teachers. The course is comprised of eight elements: 1) Framework 2017 update, 2) Assessment 2017, 3) Behaviour Management, 4) Teaching Strategies, 5) Effective Learning, 6) Lesson Observation, 7) Importance of Play, and 8) Safeguarding.

 

Course Overview

 

The course starts with a review of the latest Overarching Principles as outlined in the 2017 update, concentrating on the unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development. This followed by and awareness session on the latest statutory and teacher assessment requirements. Promoting positive behaviour – expectations and management strategies are explored. Activities for course members help them to explore and discuss the management and resolution of various behaviours they will come across in the day to day or longer term placements. We have also included a section on challenging behaviours and strategies for you to manage them. Children at play is an opportunity to really develop learning and understanding, we explore its importance and strategies you can employ in the outside areas. Finally we update you on the latest in safeguarding measure to ensure all children are safe in your setting. All Simply courses provide resources to enhance the effectiveness of the course we offer.


Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies-Cheshire

Nantwich Cheshire

27-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

8 seats
Free
27-08-2019
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Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Update on latest 2017 DfE Framework and Assessment for EYFS – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies

 

This one day course is designed to refresh key EYFS skills and update awareness of the latest standards as outlined in the 2017 EYFS framework. Aimed at colleagues returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or those who mainly teach KS2 but want to extend their work opportunities to KS1 and Early Years and indeed those who work primarily in early years. The course is suitable for Nursery assistants, TA’s, CS and teachers. The course is comprised of eight elements: 1) Framework 2017 update, 2) Assessment 2017, 3) Behaviour Management, 4) Teaching Strategies, 5) Effective Learning, 6) Lesson Observation, 7) Importance of Play, and 8) Safeguarding.

 

Course Overview

 

The course starts with a review of the latest Overarching Principles as outlined in the 2017 update, concentrating on the unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development. This followed by and awareness session on the latest statutory and teacher assessment requirements. Promoting positive behaviour – expectations and management strategies are explored. Activities for course members help them to explore and discuss the management and resolution of various behaviours they will come across in the day to day or longer term placements. We have also included a section on challenging behaviours and strategies for you to manage them. Children at play is an opportunity to really develop learning and understanding, we explore its importance and strategies you can employ in the outside areas. Finally we update you on the latest in safeguarding measure to ensure all children are safe in your setting. All Simply courses provide resources to enhance the effectiveness of the course we offer.


Introduction to Supply Teaching Day One Bedford

Bedford Bedfordshire

28-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
28-08-2019
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Day 1 – Morning

Safer Working Practices

The ‘Safer Working Practices’ course builds upon the Simply Education online Safeguarding tutorial, covering a range of key ways to keep yourself safe whilst working in the classroom.  The Safeguarding tutorial is a mandatory expectation for all staff working in an unsupervised capacity with children or young people for Simply Education and will give a basic understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding children and young people as well as an understanding of some of the indicators of potential abuse that they need to be aware of and act on.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

 

Day 1 – Afternoon: 

Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distracting questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any other behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day.  Would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our Behavioural Management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to manage the behaviour for learning in classrooms.  The skills covered will help to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work for you and your pupils.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

Day 2 – Morning

Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted

National Curriculum

Understanding SEN and ADHD

Ofsted and Teachers Standards

Literacy and Numeracy Policies

Elements of teaching evaluated by observers

Simply Education Expectations

 

 Day 2 - Afternoon

Teaching for Outstanding Progress

Teaching for Outstanding Progress includes:

  • Planning
  • Differentiation
  • Questioning
  • Mastery
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Marking
  • Interactive Teaching Evaluations

 

Continuous Development

As a part of your placement through Simply Education you have the chance to be observed by one of our Education Development Managers to gain valuable feedback on your progress.

 

Please note that you will need to book on for both days of this course to gain certification.  However, the days can be completed non-sequentially.  Please remember to bring a packed lunch. 

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend

Behaviour Management Workshop - Cheshire

Nantwich Cheshire

28-08-2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

8 seats
Free
28-08-2019
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Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of, calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distraction questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day, would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our new Behavioural management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to effectively manage the behaviour of children in classrooms. We will actively practice some of the skills needed to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

Questioning for Engagement (QfE) Cheshire

Nantwich Cheshire

28-08-2019 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

8 seats
Free
28-08-2019
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Course Overview

 

This half-day course is designed to move teachers on from one-at-a-time, hands-up questioning that leaves many pupils disengaged and bored; a common symptom of underperformance. A variety of great questioning techniques are shared that will increase whole-class participation, increase the focus on learning and help reduce the need for so much focus on poor behaviours. There are lots of opportunities for interaction and great resources to take away.

The reasons for, and pitfalls of, poor questioning are explored and better alternatives offered. The purpose of questioning is linked to both learning and behaviour through the development of motivation for learning. The aim is for teachers to take back control of questioning and use it to support pupils of all abilities in making the best possible progress.

Introduction to Supply Teaching Day Two Bedford

Bedford Bedfordshire

29-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
29-08-2019
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Day 1 – Morning

Safer Working Practices

The ‘Safer Working Practices’ course builds upon the Simply Education online Safeguarding tutorial, covering a range of key ways to keep yourself safe whilst working in the classroom.  The Safeguarding tutorial is a mandatory expectation for all staff working in an unsupervised capacity with children or young people for Simply Education and will give a basic understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding children and young people as well as an understanding of some of the indicators of potential abuse that they need to be aware of and act on.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

 

Day 1 – Afternoon: 

Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distracting questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any other behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day.  Would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our Behavioural Management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to manage the behaviour for learning in classrooms.  The skills covered will help to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work for you and your pupils.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

Day 2 – Morning

Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted

National Curriculum

Understanding SEN and ADHD

Ofsted and Teachers Standards

Literacy and Numeracy Policies

Elements of teaching evaluated by observers

Simply Education Expectations

 

 Day 2 - Afternoon

Teaching for Outstanding Progress

Teaching for Outstanding Progress includes:

  • Planning
  • Differentiation
  • Questioning
  • Mastery
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Marking
  • Interactive Teaching Evaluations

 

Continuous Development

As a part of your placement through Simply Education you have the chance to be observed by one of our Education Development Managers to gain valuable feedback on your progress.

 

Please note that you will need to book on for both days of this course to gain certification.  However, the days can be completed non-sequentially.  Please remember to bring a packed lunch. 

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend

Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies - Lincoln

North Hykeham Lincoln

29-08-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
Free
29-08-2019
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Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage One – Update on latest 2017 DfE Framework and Assessment for EYFS – Teaching and Behaviour Management Strategies

 

This one day course is designed to refresh key EYFS skills and update awareness of the latest standards as outlined in the 2017 EYFS framework. Aimed at colleagues returning to teaching after a prolonged absence or those who mainly teach KS2 but want to extend their work opportunities to KS1 and Early Years and indeed those who work primarily in early years. The course is suitable for Nursery assistants, TA’s, CS and teachers. The course is comprised of eight elements: 1) Framework 2017 update, 2) Assessment 2017, 3) Behaviour Management, 4) Teaching Strategies, 5) Effective Learning, 6) Lesson Observation, 7) Importance of Play, and 8) Safeguarding.

 

Course Overview

 

The course starts with a review of the latest Overarching Principles as outlined in the 2017 update, concentrating on the unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development. This followed by and awareness session on the latest statutory and teacher assessment requirements. Promoting positive behaviour – expectations and management strategies are explored. Activities for course members help them to explore and discuss the management and resolution of various behaviours they will come across in the day to day or longer term placements. We have also included a section on challenging behaviours and strategies for you to manage them. Children at play is an opportunity to really develop learning and understanding, we explore its importance and strategies you can employ in the outside areas. Finally we update you on the latest in safeguarding measure to ensure all children are safe in your setting. All Simply courses provide resources to enhance the effectiveness of the course we offer.


Introduction to Supply Teaching Day One Bedford

Bedford Bedfordshire

25-09-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
25-09-2019
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Day 1 – Morning

Safer Working Practices

The ‘Safer Working Practices’ course builds upon the Simply Education online Safeguarding tutorial, covering a range of key ways to keep yourself safe whilst working in the classroom.  The Safeguarding tutorial is a mandatory expectation for all staff working in an unsupervised capacity with children or young people for Simply Education and will give a basic understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding children and young people as well as an understanding of some of the indicators of potential abuse that they need to be aware of and act on.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

 

Day 1 – Afternoon: 

Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distracting questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any other behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day.  Would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our Behavioural Management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to manage the behaviour for learning in classrooms.  The skills covered will help to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work for you and your pupils.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

Day 2 – Morning

Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted

National Curriculum

Understanding SEN and ADHD

Ofsted and Teachers Standards

Literacy and Numeracy Policies

Elements of teaching evaluated by observers

Simply Education Expectations

 

 Day 2 - Afternoon

Teaching for Outstanding Progress

Teaching for Outstanding Progress includes:

  • Planning
  • Differentiation
  • Questioning
  • Mastery
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Marking
  • Interactive Teaching Evaluations

 

Continuous Development

As a part of your placement through Simply Education you have the chance to be observed by one of our Education Development Managers to gain valuable feedback on your progress.

 

Please note that you will need to book on for both days of this course to gain certification.  However, the days can be completed non-sequentially.  Please remember to bring a packed lunch. 

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend

Introduction to Supply Teaching Day Two Bedford

Bedford Bedfordshire

26-09-2019 from 9:00am to 4:00pm (BST)

Victoria Shulman

15 seats
26-09-2019
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Day 1 – Morning

Safer Working Practices

The ‘Safer Working Practices’ course builds upon the Simply Education online Safeguarding tutorial, covering a range of key ways to keep yourself safe whilst working in the classroom.  The Safeguarding tutorial is a mandatory expectation for all staff working in an unsupervised capacity with children or young people for Simply Education and will give a basic understanding of roles and responsibilities in relation to safeguarding children and young people as well as an understanding of some of the indicators of potential abuse that they need to be aware of and act on.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

 

Day 1 – Afternoon: 

Behaviour Management Workshop

The most common bad behaviour / low level disruption experienced by all teachers consists of calling out, chatting at inappropriate times, arriving late, asking distracting questions, tapping, rocking, anything involving make-up or telecommunications equipment or indeed any other behaviour that impedes learning.

It sounds insignificant, but is something many teachers struggle with every day.  Would you like the opportunity to learn and discuss new techniques?  If so why not attend one of our Behavioural Management proactive workshop sessions, exploring the necessary skills needed to manage the behaviour for learning in classrooms.  The skills covered will help to reduce your stress and make your classroom a much better place to work for you and your pupils.

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend our training or if you have any allergies we need to be aware of.

 

Day 2 – Morning

Curriculum / Standards / Ofsted

National Curriculum

Understanding SEN and ADHD

Ofsted and Teachers Standards

Literacy and Numeracy Policies

Elements of teaching evaluated by observers

Simply Education Expectations

 

 Day 2 - Afternoon

Teaching for Outstanding Progress

Teaching for Outstanding Progress includes:

  • Planning
  • Differentiation
  • Questioning
  • Mastery
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Marking
  • Interactive Teaching Evaluations

 

Continuous Development

As a part of your placement through Simply Education you have the chance to be observed by one of our Education Development Managers to gain valuable feedback on your progress.

 

Please note that you will need to book on for both days of this course to gain certification.  However, the days can be completed non-sequentially.  Please remember to bring a packed lunch. 

Please inform Simply Education if you require any adjustments to attend