The Innovation Centres

Y7 and Y8 Gifted and Talented Workshop
SEC13P/08

Intended outcomes for learners: Develop pupils’ reasoning and communication skills Develop confidence and work on tasks that involve using the same mathematics in increasingly difficult or unfamiliar contexts Work collaboratively as well as independently   Intended outcomes for participants: To disseminate the activities to their department so that G&T pupils make the expected level of progress   Content of the course: Mathletics Workshops and presentations by pupils

At Future House from 11 Jul 14 09:00 to 11 Jul 14 15:00 - Hosted by Raj Kumar - Maths - Details

New Maths Curriculum for Y6 Teachers
PRI13P/43

Intended outcomes for learners: Y6 children can access the content of the New Mathematics Curriculum.   Intended outcomes for participants: Will you be in Y6 next year and would you like an understanding of the challenging content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum? Do you need ideas for teaching some of the new challenging content? Do you need guidance in how to break down the new programmes of study?   If so, then this is the course for you.     Content of the course: This practical course will give Y6 teachers the opportunity to be made aware of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum and a chance to practise some of the new challenging content. NB: This is a re-run of the course which took place in the spring term over two half-days.

At The Innovation Centre Bradford (TICB) from 10 Jul 14 08:30 to 10 Jul 14 14:30 - Hosted by Philipa Varley and Mark Hattersley - Maths - Details

Aspiring Leaders of Mathematics
SEC13P/11

Intended outcomes for participants: Strengthen and empower new/aspiring middle leaders, providing them with confidence to lead, challenge and drive up standards.   Content of the course: The workshop will provide opportunity for aspiring and new Subject Leaders to reflect with their peers on the roles and responsibilities in leading and managing an effective department in a climate of significant change to the national landscape for mathematics education.

At Future House from 10 Jul 14 08:00 to 10 Jul 14 14:00 - Hosted by Raj Kumar - Maths - Details

Accelerating Progress Day 2 - Y8 Pupils. Ability Range 4-6
SEC13P/39

Intended outcomes for learners: Students will develop the Key Processes/Functional Skills for GCSE Mathematics examinations.   Intended outcomes for participants: Teachers will develop their pedagogy and have additional strategies to facilitate learning using Key Processes in lessons.   Content of the course: One of the main aims of the day is to engage the pupils with challenging and enjoyable activities which will help them to develop their problem solving and reasoning skills. There will be opportunities for them to work both independently and part of a small group to develop their mathematical process skills.

At Future House from 09 Jul 14 09:00 to 09 Jul 14 12:30 - Hosted by Raj Kumar - Maths - Details

Accelerating Progress Day 1 - Y7 Pupils. Ability Range 3-5
SEC13P/38

Intended outcomes for learners: Students will develop the Key Processes/Functional Skills for GCSE Mathematics examinations.   Intended outcomes for participants: Teachers will develop their pedagogy and have additional strategies to facilitate learning using Key Processes in lessons.   Content of the course: One of the main aims of the day is to engage the pupils with challenging and enjoyable activities which will help them to develop their problem solving and reasoning skills. There will be opportunities for them to work both independently and part of a small group to develop their mathematical process skills.

At Future House from 08 Jul 14 09:00 to 08 Jul 14 12:30 - Hosted by Raj Kumar - Maths - Details

New Maths Curriculum for Y5 Teachers
PRI13P/42

Intended outcomes for learners: Y5 children can access the content of the New Mathematics Curriculum.   Intended outcomes for participants: Will you be in Y5 next year and would you like an understanding of the challenging content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum? Do you need ideas for teaching some of the new challenging content? Do you need guidance in how to break down the new programmes of study?   If so, then this is the course for you.     Content of the course: This practical course will give Y5 teachers the opportunity to be made aware of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum and a chance to practise some of the new challenging content. NB: This is a re-run of the course which took place in the spring term over two half-days.

At Future House from 08 Jul 14 08:30 to 08 Jul 14 14:30 - Hosted by Philipa Varley and Mark Hattersley - Maths - Details

Developing 21st Century Teaching Assistants in English and Mathematics
SEC13P/34

Intended outcomes for learners: Increase enjoyment and achievement in learning mathematics   Intended outcomes for participants: Improve participant’s subject knowledge Discuss aspects of pedagogy relevant to mathematics Share examples of best practice and consider how the wealth of existing resources can be used effectively in supporting intervention programmes   Content of the course: Developing teaching and learning in mathematics through practical and intellectual exploration of: Pedagogies and practice that impact on pupil achievement Ways of teaching problem solving skills Strategies that create independent learners Strategies focusing on English as an Additional Language

At Future House from 07 Jul 14 09:00 to 07 Jul 14 15:00 - Hosted by Anita Dudgeon and Raj Kumar - Literacy and Numeracy - Details

A2A*: Moving Students from Grade A to Grade A*
SEC13P/26

Intended outcomes for learners: Accelerate their progress and confidence through collaborative learning Enhance their understanding in mathematical processes and applications   Intended outcomes for participants: Provide teachers with rich activities that generates creative mathematical thinking     Content of the course: Mathletics session with students’ presentations

At Future House from 03 Jul 14 09:00 to 03 Jul 14 12:30 - Hosted by Raj Kumar - Maths - Details

New Maths Curriculum for Y4 Teachers
PRI13P/41

Intended outcomes for learners: Y4 children can access the content of the New Mathematics Curriculum.   Intended outcomes for participants: Will you be in Y4 next year and would you like an understanding of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum? Do you need ideas for teaching some of the new content? Do you need guidance in how to break down the new programmes of study?   If so, then this is the course for you.     Content of the course: This practical course will give Y4 teachers the opportunity to be made aware of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum and a chance to practise some of the new content. NB: This is a re-run of the course which took place in the spring term over two half-days.

At Future House from 01 Jul 14 08:30 to 01 Jul 14 14:30 - Hosted by Philipa Varley and Mark Hattersley - Maths - Details

How Do I Incorporate Memory Skills into my Lessons?
SEC13P/23

Intended outcomes for learners: Increase engagement and enjoyment in their learning.   Intended outcomes for participants: Developing teachers’ skills and strategies to engage and enhance students’ learning.     Content of the course: The core aims of the session are to: Clarify the concept of a 'good' and 'bad' memory Establish the benefits of teaching students memory techniques Learn easy practical memory skills strategies to incorporate into lessons   If your school would like to send a delegate to each of the seven courses in this group (detailed below), this will be charged at a total of £390, giving a £100 discount on the total course fees. A different delegate can attend each course.   Other courses in this group (all held from 13.00-15.00 at Future House, with the opportunity to bring lunch from 12.15 and network with colleagues):   SEC13P/18– 01.10.2013 – How do I create the right climate for learning? (Victoria Weaver) SEC13P/19– 18.10.2013 – How do I develop literacy in my lessons? (Anita Dudgeon) SEC13P/20– 21.11.2013 – How do I demonstrate progress in my lessons? (Vanessa Wears) SEC13P/21– 03.02.2014 – How do I use data to improve teaching and learning? (Victoria Weaver) SEC13P/22– 11.03.2014 – How do I motivate, engage and challenge students in their learning? (Anita Dudgeon) SEC13P/24– 27.06.2014 – How do I develop effective talk and group work in my lessons? (Raj Kumar)   Registration and refreshments will be available from 12.15. Lunch is not provided but please feel free to bring your own lunch as there will an opportunity to network with colleagues from other schools.   If you would like further details about the content of this course, please contact Vanessa Wears (Secondary Mathematics Consultant) on 07582 109 320 or email vanessa.wears@bradford.gov.uk.

At Future House from 27 Jun 14 12:00 to 27 Jun 14 14:00 - Hosted by Vanessa Wears - Teaching and Learning - Details

Accelerating Language Development for EAL Pupils
EMA13P/03

Intended outcomes for learners: As a result of taking back the strategies highlighted in this course, pupils will acquire key language skills to use academic language to impact on all aspects of their language development.   Intended outcomes for participants: Ideas for promoting purposeful talk in the classroom e.g. 'Picture Talks', 'Barrier Games' and other collaborative strategies. Suggestions or resources to take back into your classroom which will promote language development with a focus on EAL pupils.   Content of the course: Input and practical activities linked to the course content.   Any course follow up: There is no course follow up, however, if a school taking part in this training requires further support, this will be negotiated with the individual school.

At Future House from 27 Jun 14 08:00 to 27 Jun 14 11:00 - Hosted by Rita Kumar - Teaching and Learning - Details

Y9 and Y10 Gifted and Talented Workshop
SEC13P/41

Intended outcomes for learners: Developing pupils’ reasoning and communication skills Develop confidence and work on tasks that involve using the same mathematics in increasingly difficult or unfamiliar contexts Work collaboratively as well as independently   Intended outcomes for participants: To disseminate the activities to their department so that G&T pupils make the expected level of progress.   Content of the course: Mathletics workshops and presentations by pupils

At Future House from 26 Jun 14 09:00 to 26 Jun 14 15:00 - Hosted by Raj Kumar - Maths - Details

New Maths Curriculum for Y3 Teachers
PRI13P/40

Intended outcomes for learners: Y3 children can access the content of the New Mathematics Curriculum.   Intended outcomes for participants: Will you be in Y3 next year and would you like an understanding of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum? Do you need ideas for teaching some of the new content? Do you need guidance in how to break down the new programmes of study?   If so, then this is the course for you.     Content of the course: This practical course will give Y3 teachers the opportunity to be made aware of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum and a chance to practise some of the new content. NB: This is a re-run of the course which took place in the spring term over two half-days.

At Future House from 26 Jun 14 08:30 to 26 Jun 14 14:30 - Hosted by Philipa Varley and Mark Hattersley - Maths - Details

New Maths Curriculum for Y1 Teachers
PRI13P/39

Intended outcomes for learners: KS1children can access the content of the New Mathematics Curriculum.   Intended outcomes for participants: Will you be in KS1 next year and would you like an understanding of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum? Do you need ideas for teaching some of the new content? Do you need guidance in how to break down the new programmes of study?   If so, then this is the course for you.     Content of the course: This practical course will give KS1 teachers the opportunity to be made aware of the content and progression of the New Mathematics Curriculum and how it relates to the Foundation Stage Curriculum.

At Future House from 24 Jun 14 09:30 to 24 Jun 14 15:30 - Hosted by Philipa Varley and Mark Hattersley - Maths - Details

Literacy and Mathematics Co-ordinator Networks
PRI13P/96

Intended outcomes for learners: Quality first teaching and assessment facilitated and monitored by the subject manager.   Intended outcomes for participants: Manage change Quality assure your area of leadership Develop your coaching skills Monitor and evaluate     Content of the course: This year, the network meetings will focus upon preparing for the new national curriculum for Literacy and Mathematics. The exact content will be decided closer to the date of the meetings and will be based upon local and national priorities and feedback and suggestions from previous meetings.

At The Innovation Centre Bradford (TICB) from 23 Jun 14 09:00 to 23 Jun 14 15:30 - Hosted by Alison Philipson, Philip Webb, Mark Hattersley, Philipa Varley - Literacy and Numeracy - Details

Literacy and Mathematic Co-ordinators Networks
PRI13P/95

Intended outcomes for learners: Quality first teaching and assessment facilitated and monitored by the subject manager.   Intended outcomes for participants: Manage change Quality assure your area of leadership Develop your coaching skills Monitor and evaluate     Content of the course: This year, the network meetings will focus upon preparing for the new national curriculum for Literacy and Mathematics. The exact content will be decided closer to the date of the meetings and will be based upon local and national priorities and feedback and suggestions from previous meetings.

At The Innovation Centre Bradford (TICB) from 19 Jun 14 09:00 to 19 Jun 14 15:30 - Hosted by Alison Philipson, Philip Webb, Mark Hattersley, Philipa Varley - Literacy and Numeracy - Details

Collaborative Learning in Mathematics: Essential Development for NQTs/RQTs
SEC13P/32

Intended outcomes for learners: Increase engagement and enjoyment in learning mathematics   Intended outcomes for participants: Developing teachers’ skills in becoming lead practitioners Strengthening Teachers role by identifying and exploring issues related to improving teaching and learning in mathematics Supporting collaborative ways of working Encounter new ideas and interconnections in mathematics   Content of the course: Consider the implications of the new Teachers’ standards and Ofsted criteria in planning for progression, developing their pedagogy and implementing powerful assessment for learning strategies Providing opportunities to share and build on local effective resources and practices

At Future House from 17 Jun 14 09:00 to 17 Jun 14 15:00 - Hosted by Raj Kumar - Maths - Details

Literacy and Mathematic Co-ordinators Networks
PRI13P/94

Intended outcomes for learners: Quality first teaching and assessment facilitated and monitored by the subject manager.   Intended outcomes for participants: Manage change Quality assure your area of leadership Develop your coaching skills Monitor and evaluate     Content of the course: This year, the network meetings will focus upon preparing for the new national curriculum for Literacy and Mathematics. The exact content will be decided closer to the date of the meetings and will be based upon local and national priorities and feedback and suggestions from previous meetings.

At The Innovation Centre Bradford (TICB) from 16 Jun 14 09:00 to 16 Jun 14 15:30 - Hosted by Alison Philipson, Philip Webb, Mark Hattersley, Philipa Varley - Literacy and Numeracy - Details

Y6 Writing Moderation Workshop
PRI13P/85

Intended outcomes for learners: Children will be accurately assessed in Y6 and gaps in learning will be identified and addressed.   Intended outcomes for participants: Y6 teachers will be able to work together to moderate reading, writing and maths in order to build confidence and accuracy in assessing children's work. Teachers will also be able to accurately identify gaps in learning with a view to accelerating children's progress.     Content of the course: Brief consultant input, some group moderation then teachers working both together and with KS2 moderators to moderate their own children's writing.

At Future House from 13 Jun 14 12:00 to 13 Jun 14 14:30 - Hosted by Alison Philipson - English - Details

'Inside Out' - Science and Outdoor Learning
IT013P/13

Intended outcomes for learners: Pupils will be able to make safe and responsible use of appropriate technologies throughout the Science curriculum.   Intended outcomes for participants: Attendees will be able to utilise new and emerging technologies to enhance enquiry based learning. They will have the necessary skills and confidence to utilise these resources to enhance their teaching and support learners to use them appropriately to demonstrate their learning in Science.     Content of the course: This course will provide delegates with the skills and knowledge to be able to use ICT across the Science/creative curriculum effectively both inside and outside the classroom. We will use a range of technologies and techniques that will instantly engage children and adults alike and spark their scientific curiosity. The course will cover the effective use of digital images, video, free software, data loggers, digital microscopes and visualisers. Delegates will also get the opportunity to see how a school's outdoor provision can be used to engage children in Science using GPS devices.

At Nell Bank from 12 Jun 14 08:00 to 12 Jun 14 14:30 - Hosted by James Langley and Claire Holt - Science and ICT - Details


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