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  • Primary and Secondary- NQT to RQT: Professional Growth Day 11 July 2018

  • Learning Improvement Team 0-11 Service Level Agreement 2018-19

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Leeds Museums and Galleries Primary School Membership Scheme
Evidence shows that cross-curricular object based arts and cultural learning improves attainment and cognitive abilities in primary school aged pupils (Culture and Sport Evidence Programme, July 2010, pp.26-8).

Which is why, at Leeds Museums and Galleries (LMG), we are introducing a Primary School Membership Scheme, giving you all the support you need to provide top quality cultural learning and experiences to all of your pupils. This has been developed alongside the Leeds Curriculum, a cohesive place-based cultural heritage offer developed in consultation with teachers, which will be hosted on MyLearning.org from September 2018 onwards.

Members will be able to access curriculum linked loan boxes, curated from our 1.3 million objects, workshops across all 9 sites, and a whole raft of supporting resources, CPD, and opportunities for your pupils.
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Primary Art Leaders Network!
14 Jun
NEW for 2018/19! This network is designed for primary teachers who lead Art, Craft and Design in their school. The network will meet three times a year, fone half day each term. Each session will have a themed focus and will also include national and local updates, including up to date research. The dates for 2018/19 are: 25th September 2018, 1pm - 4pm: Practical approaches to Art Assessment 22nd January 2019, 1pm - 4pm: Developing oracy through Art 8th May 2019, 1pm - 4pm: Planning and progression in Art
Learning Improvement Team 0-11 Service Level Agreement 2018-19
03 Jun
The Learning Improvement Team 0-11 Service Level Agreement continues to be a popular option for schools. It is carefully designed to operate in partnership with individual schools, settings or multi- school/setting groups. 5 or 10 day support packages are available, and additional support time can be purchased as required. In addition, 2 day support packages are available for Artforms Arts Development. Services are provided by qualified and experienced members of the Learning Improvement Team who will be matched to school need. All packages of bespoke support include a free initial consultation to ensure desired outcomes are clear and the nature of support is tailored to meet your context and priorities. Purchase of an individual support package also includes discounted delegate rates for a broad range of Pay As You Go training opportunities including training, focus days and a range of conferences throughout the school year. Schools are also able to purchase our services on an ‘ad hoc’ basis without a service level agreement. For further information, please contact Peter Thurlow, Senior Consultant peter.thurlow@leeds.gov.uk
Access to Records of Children with Education Health & Care Plans
25 Apr
Important Information for Head Teachers, SENCos and Business Managers Update on Funding for Inclusion (FFI) Applications and Storage and Access to Records of Children with Education Health & Care Plans
Governor Development Programme
23 Apr
We are pleased to welcome you to the training and development programme for governors and clerks for the 2018/19 financial year. The training programme and all our guidance documents have been reviewed to ensure that all aspects of the Government's Competency Framework are met. It is highly recommended that all new governors undertake induction training to familiarise them with their roles and responsibilities. Governing boards should also have at least two governors who have attended the performance management and safer recruitment training. Governor support service senior officers are highly experienced governance professionals who have worked for many years with a wide range of governance boards. All officers leading training are qualified trainers and hold a minimum of a BTEC Level 3 in Education and Training. Feedback from governors is exceptional. Governors are always appreciative of the personal experience and tips that the trainers share. Training sessions not facilitated by our core team are delivered by colleagues from other departments who are experienced professionals and experts in their subject area.
Primary and Secondary- NQT to RQT: Professional Growth Day 11 July 2018
22 Apr
This full day is an ideal opportunity for all NQTs who have successfully completed their induction period to celebrate their achievements and to reflect on how they will continue to grow their practice as they move into their second year of teaching. The day will include an inspirational talk from guest speakers and practical workshops lead by school improvement consultants and school based colleagues. Leeds has made a city-wide pledge to ensure successful schools are at the heart of a child friendly city. Every year we host over 250 primary NQTs who have a crucial role in delivering this vision. To ensure NQTs continue to be the best possible teachers they can be, and continue to grow in their practice, we offer this end of year professional development event. Previous NQTs will also contribute to the day. Venue: Headingley Experience (Headingley Carnegie Stadium, St Michael's Lane / LS6 3BR) Time: 09.00-16.00 Bookable via Leeds for Learning http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Event/47583 Cost: £110.00 per NQT Further details: Catherine.squires@leeds.gov.uk