Primary and Secondary Supply Teacher CPD
Primary and Secondary Supply Teacher CPD Thursday 30 May 2019
We are excited to announce that in support of our teachers continued professional development, we will be hosting our next CPD training day
Confident Curriculum – Session 1 & 2 (morning) – 09.30am to 12 Noon
Best Behaviour – Session 3 (afternoon) 12:45 – 15:30
Wise Wellbeing – Session 4 (afternoon) 12:45 – 15:30
Venue: Chelmsford (Parking £1 per day) Location will be confirmed with joining instructions.
4MySkills – Confident Curriculum – Session 1 & 2 (morning) 9:00 to 12:00 – Lauren Meadows
(Session 1 & 2 is suitable for primary staff or secondary staff looking to work in primary)
The curriculum sessions will focus on two core aspects:
1. What do you need to know about current educational thinking?
2. What does that look like on a practical level in the classroom?
These sessions will address basic subject principles of Phonics, mathematics, Reading, Writing and GPS. Teachers can expect to be armed with practical strategies for teaching core subjects and hopefully, have some fun whilst doing so!
4MySkills – Best Behaviour – Session 3 (afternoon) 12:45 to 15:30 Colin Tapscott
(Session 3 & 4 are suitable for both primary staff and secondary staff)
When a teacher is off and the supply teacher is called in, there are a lot of emotions going on inside a child’s head. How safe will the cover teacher make me feel? Will the routine be the same? Will they be friendly? And then there are your emotions as the supply teacher. How safe will the children make me feel? Will they be friendly? You will have many behaviour management techniques, but this session aims to
1. Help you understand ‘chimp emotions’, manage yours and have some hope of positively influencing their emotions.
2. Develop confident assertiveness in you as a teacher.
3. How to approach challenging behaviour to de-escalate it
4. Key things to be aware of when dealing with some specific behavioural issues
4MySanity – Wise Wellbeing – Session 4 (afternoon) 12:45 to 15:30 Colin Tapscott
This session we aim to look at
• What causes stress?
• How can you manage it?
• What practical steps can you take to reduce stress and manage wellbeing as a supply teacher
There is a nominal fee to attend, payable in advance, for a single session the fee is £15, to attend the full day the fee is £20.
Please feel free to invite your colleagues by sharing the link with them, even if they are not registered with 4myschools. If you have any questions regarding the event, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The course will be delivered by education experts Colin Tapscott and Lauren Meadows from www.everydayleader.co.uk
Colin Tapscott – Director of Everyday Leader
Colin started life as the son of a farmhand, but with over 28 years’ experience as a teacher and the last 17 of those as a headteacher, he knows a lot about teaching children, managing conflict and managing yourself. Running large schools in areas with children with challenging behaviours, has given Colin insight on how to manage yourself whilst managing children. Colin is now the Director of Everyday Leader, running training that inspires confidence to lead yourself in situations that you face. Colin’s training involves blending rich theory with engaging hands on activities. Learning should be enjoyable. His current work in schools, involves school advisory work, including specialist provision and pupil referral units, and training in managing conflict and leading the curriculum. Colin is also a trained coach.
Lauren Meadows – Associate Educational Advisor & Trainer
Having spent many years working in schools, Lauren now works to support teachers and schools in a variety of capacities. Her expertise around curriculum and assessment forge the bedrock of her work advising MATs, educational think-tanks and other national organisations, including leading English provision for PiXL Primary who represent over 830 schools nationwide. She is the Director of Greenfields Education Ltd and believes wholeheartedly in the power of teachers to shape the lives of young people.
We are looking forward to seeing you there.
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