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Our Courses

  • Early Years Updates Programme Open Close

    About the Programme:

    This programme is designed to develop the skills and knowledge of EYFS practitioners. They will have the opportunity to work with other schools and practitioners and learn about curriculum development, assessment & recommended resources and practice from the respective settings. Delegates will also consider the use of evaluation and other data to plan improved provision.

    At each session delegates will be provided with:

    • Up-to-date information on current EYFS developments and national & local issues.
    • Opportunities for discussion & the sharing of practice and strategies.
    • A focus on one core CPD theme (see below).
    • Opportunities to explore practice & practical activities and resources to support teaching of the specific core theme in both indoor and outdoor environments.
    • Discussion around the use of tools to audit the effectiveness of practice & provision and share research and further reading.

    Core CPD Themes

    Session 1

    Engaging with pedagogical documentation: responding to new statutory guidelines for assessment.

    Session 2

    Exploring ‘working theories’: supporting all children to learn in more depth

    Session 3

    Curriculum design in the Early Years

    Facilitator:

    Amanda James

    Lead Consultant, EYITT Programme

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 : 8th October 2021

    Session 2: 9th March 2022

    Session 3: 22nd June 2022

    All sessions are between 1.00 – 3.30 p.m.

    Venue:

    Virtual delivery via online platform

    Target Audience:

    EYFS Leaders & Practitioners

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Early Years Updates 2021 – 2022

  • First Aid (2 day Certified Course) - Paediatric/Adult/Child Open Close

    About the Training:

    This course is designed to teach those working with children and babies the correct first aid procedures to be applied when faced with a variety of injuries/conditions. Some areas also include procedures for adults. Topics covered include responding appropriately to choking, shock, anaphylactic shock, suspected fractures and bleeding. Resuscitation techniques will also be covered, and recognising and responding to the emergency needs of children with chronic medical conditions including epilepsy, asthma and diabetes. A full syllabus is detailed below.
    Upon reaching a competent standard in all units (assessment will be ongoing throughout the training) each student will receive a certificate of attainment. The certificate is valid for 3 years from the date of completion of the course.

    There will be practical activities so comfortable clothes should be worn. Females should wear trousers.

    Syallabus

    Administration of medications
    Diagnosis
    Shock
    Body check for injuries
    Resuscitation – adult, child & baby
    Asthma
    Burns
    Upset Stomach
    Anaphylactic shock
    Foreign Objects – swallowed, ears, nose & eyes
    Accident Books
    Sickle Cell Anaemia
    Fractures
    Playground first aid
    Principles of First Aid
    Priority of treatment
    Unconsciousness
    Strains & Sprains
    Choking- adult, child & baby
    Fainting
    Compression
    Diabetes
    Bleeding – minor, severe
    Displaced Tooth
    Extremes of temperature
    Squashed Fingers
    Insect stings
    Splinters
    Concussion
    Epilepsy
    Meningitis
    Hygiene
    Common Ailments
    First Aid Kits
    Poisons
    Question and answer session

    Facilitator:

    Frinton Training Services

    Date and Time:

    14 & 15 th October 2021

    9.00 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Teaching and Support Staff

    Course Fee:

    Members: £135

    Non members: £150

    Please see attached flyer

    First Aid (Paediatric, Child & Adult) 14th – 15th October

  • Computing & Online Safety Leader Updates Open Close

    About the Programme:

    The sessions will include strategies to identify and implement improvement to teaching and learning of computing, online safety and the implementation of education technology. Subject Leaders will be provided with the latest news and developments, both locally and nationally.

    There will be time for discussion, training and review of resources to ensure computing & online safety subject leaders have a toolkit of resources to meet the needs of the curriculum and responsibilities under Keeping Children Safe in Education and the Prevent duty.

    Programme Objectives:

    • to develop the skills and knowledge of the computing & online safety subject leader.
    • to consider how teachers’ subject knowledge and skills are audited and developed.
    • to discuss current developments in computing & online safety.
    • to address intent in curriculum policies and the mapping of progression.
    • to improve subject knowledge and approaches to auditing and development of skills.
    • to provide up-to-date information on local and national issues.
    • to offer opportunities for schools to work together and learn from each other on curriculum development, assessment and resources.
    • to give an overview of new and emerging technologies in computing and for use across the curriculum.
    • to consider ways in which education technology can continue to support teaching and learning and stay alert to the potential needs of ongoing remote education.
    • to support leadership roles in monitoring and evaluation.

     

    Facilitator:

    Dave Smith (Havering Education Services)

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 20th October 2021

    Session 2 – 9th February 2022

    Session 3 – 8th June 2022

    All sessions will be held between 1.00 p.m and 4.00 p.m

    Venue:

    Newland Springs Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    Computing & Online Safety Subject Leaders (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Computing Updates 2021 – 2022

  • Science Subject Leader Development Sessions Open Close

    About the Session:

    During the sessions you will be exploring many things, including how to:

    • Increase progress in children’s scientific knowledge and understanding and their skills of working scientifically.
    • Create practical science lessons that excite and engage children and are easy to resource.
    • Use different types of scientific enquiry to answer questions, including those generated by the children.
    • Identify the science in real-life contexts.
    • Teach the tricky science concepts including activities linked to climate change.
    • Deepen children’s learning in science so they can demonstrate mastery.
    • Use problem solving to enable children to apply their scientific knowledge and understanding.
    • Know what Ofsted expect of primary school science, including during inspections and leading deep dives.

    Each session explores activities and aspects of science requested by subject leaders. Plus, it’s a great way to find out what your colleagues are doing in their schools – there is always someone who can give you an idea or two.

    Facilitator:

    Jeremy Crook, Independent Consultant

    Date and Time:

    Session 1: 13th October 2021

    Session 2: 23rd February 2022

    Session 3: 15th June 2022

    All sessions are between 1.00 p.m – 4.00 p.m

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Science Subject Leaders (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Science Updates 2021 – 2022

  • Maths & English Subject Leader Updates - with Jonathan Bond & Gill Haysham (Joint Sessions) Open Close

    About the Programme:

    Aims of the Sessions:

    • To develop the skills of the subject leader.
    • To increase leaders’ subject knowledge of maths and English.
    • To update subject leaders on current developments in maths and English.

    Course Content:

    This programme of termly updates aims to give subject leaders a chance to meet together, build up their knowledge and leadership skills, and remain abreast of local and national news, materials and resources.

    Sessions will include the sharing of local and national materials and resources supporting our developing understanding of English and mathematics mastery practice. Sessions will also cover, when appropriate, any developments in KS1 & 2 testing, assessment and Ofsted.

    Key principles of teaching will also be explored and exemplified in both maths and English.

     

     

     

     

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond & Gill Haysham

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 23rd September 2021

    Session 2 – 13th January 2022

    Session 3 – 21st April 2022

     

    All sessions will be held between 9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Maths & English Subject Leaders

    (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Maths & English Updates 2021 – 2022 (JOINT)

     

  • Maths Subject Leader Updates - with Gill Haysham (Stand Alone Sessions) Open Close

    About the Sessions:

    Aims of the Sessions:

    • To develop the skills of the subject leader.
    • To increase leaders’ subject knowledge of maths.
    • To update subject leaders on current developments in maths.

    Course Content:

    This programme of termly updates aims to give subject leaders a chance to meet together, build up their knowledge and leadership skills, and remain abreast of local and national news, materials and resources.

    Sessions will include the sharing of local and national materials and resources supporting our developing understanding of mathematics mastery practice. Sessions will also cover, when appropriate, any developments in KS1 & 2 testing, assessment and Ofsted.

    Discussion and in depth exploration of the topics covered as well as some additional content.

    Facilitator:

    Gill Haysham, Independent Consultant

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 29th September 2021

    Session 2 – 21st January 2022

    Session 3 – 4th May 2022

     

    All sessions will be held between 9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Maths Subject Leaders

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Maths Updates 2021 – 2022 (STAND ALONE)

  • English Subject Leader Updates - with Jonathan Bond (Stand Alone Sessions) Open Close

    About the Sessions:

    Aims of the Sessions:

    • To develop the skills of the subject leader.
    • To increase leaders’ subject knowledge of English.
    • To update subject leaders on current developments in English.

    Course Content:

    This programme of termly updates aims to give subject leaders a chance to meet together, build up their knowledge and leadership skills, and remain abreast of local and national news, materials and resources.

    Sessions will include the sharing of local and national materials and resources supporting our developing understanding of English. Sessions will also cover, when appropriate, any developments in KS1 & 2 testing, assessment and Ofsted.

    Discussion and in depth exploration of the topics covered as well as some additional content.

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 30th September 2021

    Session 2 – 26th January 2022

    Session 3 – 12th May 2022

     

    Sessions 1 & 2 will be held between 9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Session 3 will be held between 1.30 – 4.00 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All English Subject Leaders

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    English Updates 2021 – 2022 (STAND ALONE)

  • School Assessment Leader Updates (CTSA Member Schools only) Open Close

    About the Programme:

    Programme Objectives:

    School Assessment Leaders (SALs) Update Meetings are focused on both the assessment of learning and assessment for learning.

    The first focus ensures that SALs are as up-to-date as possible in their knowledge and understanding of statutory assessment requirements. As well as disseminating this information, the Course Tutors will provide the names of useful publications and websites to support delegates. Course Tutors also encourage delegates to ask questions and discuss current issues so that they can return to their schools as fully informed as possible.

    The second focus on assessment for learning will include sharing of latest research, presentation of case studies and often the invitation to course delegates to share and discuss with their colleagues. This last aspect is regarded as particularly valuable as a networking tool that enables delegates to develop their assessment skills in a very supportive environment.

    Facilitator:

    Jane Downes, Education Advisor, Juniper Education

    Date & Time:

    Session 1 – 10th November 2021

    Session 2 – 2nd March 2022

    Session 3 – 6th May 2022

     

    All sessions will be held between 9.30 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All School Assessment Leaders

    (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    SAL Updates 2021 – 2022

  • Early Years Pedagogy & Practice for TAs & LSAs Open Close

    About the Sessions:

    This development opportunity is for Teaching Assistants / Learning Support Assistants working within the Early Years.

    Over two sessions it will focus on the following:

    • Ensuring those who support and facilitate learning are fully familiar with the revised Early Learning Goals, non statutory guidance materials, and the implications for day to day practice;
    • ‘Mastery’ ethos in practice;
    • Cementing understanding of progression in the Early Years;
    • Exploring quality interactions, including questioning and effective communication with young children;
    • Making the best use of observations for assessment and planning.

    Those attending will be expected to carry out school based application/research between session one and two. They will also leave the final session with a clear plan for development.

    Facilitator:

    Amanda James, Independent Consultant and Lead Consultant for the EYITT programme

    Date and Time

    Session 1 – 29th September 2021

    Session 2 – 3rd November 2021

    1.00 – 4.00 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    LSAs & TAs working in an Early Years context

    Course Fee:

    £100 for CTSA Members

    £135 for non-members

    Please see attached flyer

    TA & LSA – Early Years Training

  • Emergency First Aid at Work (1st date) Open Close

    About the Session:

    This course is designed to teach those working with children, lifesaving procedures in First Aid, including how to handle emergencies Topics covered include responding appropriately to choking, shock, anaphylactic shock, suspected fractures and bleeding. Resuscitation techniques will also be covered, and recognising and responding to the emergency needs of children with chronic medical conditions including epilepsy, asthma and diabetes. A full syllabus is detailed below.
    Upon reaching a competent standard in all units (and whilst there is no formal examination), the candidates will be assessed during the course and an attendance certificate will be issued. The certificate is valid for 3 years from the date of completion of the course.

    There will be practical activities so comfortable clothes should be worn. Females should wear trousers.

    Syllabus:

    Principles and practice of First Aid, including:

    Asthma / Concussion / Epilepsy / Use of cold compress / Anaphylactic Shock / Fractures / Playground First Aid / Choking (Adult & Child) / Bleeding / Strains & Sprains / Shock / Burns & Scalds

    Resuscitation – adult & child

    Unconsciousness

    Keeping Records – Accident Book

    Communications (999)

    Defibrillation

    Contents of a First Aid Box

    Facilitator:

    Frinton Training Services

    Date & Time:

    22nd September

    9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

     

     

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All staff

    Course Fee:

    £65 for CTSA Members

    £80 for non members

    Please see attached flyer

    Emergency First Aid at Work 22nd Sept

  • Emergency First Aid at Work (2nd date) Open Close

    About the Session:

    This course is designed to teach those working with children, lifesaving procedures in First Aid, including how to handle emergencies Topics covered include responding appropriately to choking, shock, anaphylactic shock, suspected fractures and bleeding. Resuscitation techniques will also be covered, and recognising and responding to the emergency needs of children with chronic medical conditions including epilepsy, asthma and diabetes. A full syllabus is detailed below.
    Upon reaching a competent standard in all units (and whilst there is no formal examination), the candidates will be assessed during the course and an attendance certificate will be issued. The certificate is valid for 3 years from the date of completion of the course.

    There will be practical activities so comfortable clothes should be worn. Females should wear trousers.

    Syllabus:

    Principles and practice of First Aid, including:

    Asthma / Concussion / Epilepsy / Use of cold compress / Anaphylactic Shock / Fractures / Playground First Aid / Choking (Adult & Child) / Bleeding / Strains & Sprains / Shock / Burns & Scalds

    Resuscitation – adult & child

    Unconsciousness

    Keeping Records – Accident Book

    Communications (999)

    Defibrillation

    Contents of a First Aid Box

    Facilitator:

    Frinton Training Services

    Date & Time:

    18th November 2021

    9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

     

     

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All staff

    Course Fee:

    £65 for CTSA Members

    £80 for non members

    Please see attached flyer

    Emergency First Aid at Work 18th November

  • Memory Theory in the Classroom Open Close

    Can You Remember?

    About the Session:

    Objectives

    • To understand the latest research in memory theory
    • To understand how this impacts on the primary classroom
    • To know a range of practical approaches and strategies to boost pupil memory

    Session Outline

    The new Ofsted framework focuses strongly on how schools must enable their pupils to remember the knowledge, skills and concepts that are taught. This is based on a range of work on memory theory which has recently been a focus in education research. This half day course explores this research and translates it into a range of practical approaches and activities that can be used across the curriculum in the primary classroom. A wide number of areas including semantic memory, working and long-term memory, cognitive load and the retrieval effect will be focuses.

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond, Independent Consultant

    Date & Time:

    13th October

    9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Primary Teachers

    Course Fee:

    £35 per delegate for members

    £45 per delegate for non members

    Please see attached flyer.

    Memory theory in the Classroom 2021 – 2022

  • Developing Vocabulary across the Primary School Open Close

    About the Session:

    Objectives

    • To understand how children’s vocabulary develops
    • To understand the three tiers of vocabulary
    • To know a range of practical approaches and strategies to develop pupil vocabulary

    Session Outline

    Developing pupil vocabulary remains a key focus of many schools and is also a focus of the new Ofsted framework. This half day course explores how we can develop children’s vocabulary both directly and indirectly, within English lessons and across the curriculum. We will build an understanding of vocabulary tiers, discuss how we can create vocabulary progression, and look at strategies such as morphological awareness, vocabulary lessons and threading vocabulary through a unit of work. This is a very practical sessions with a wealth of ideas to try out straight away in the classroom.

     

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond, Independent Consultant

    Date & Time:

    1st December

    9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Primary Teachers

    Course Fee:

    £35 per delegate for members

    £45 per delegate for non members

    Please see attached flyer

    Developing Vocabulary across the Primary School 2021 – 2022

  • Building a Reasoning Classroom Open Close

    Aims:

    To understand the power and purpose of ‘pupil talk’

    To consider the elements involved in creating a reasoning classroom

    Session Outline

    How can we best enable mathematical thinkers in our classrooms?

    How can we teach learners to express their thoughts and ideas so we can check for understanding?

    They need something rich to think about and they need to be taught how to form their ideas into full sentences and later, extended responses.

    We will consider a variety of simple elements and materials that can promote a ‘reasoning classroom’.

    Facilitator:

    Gill Haysham, Independent Consultant

    Date & Time:

    13th January 2022

    1.00 – 4.00 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    Subject Leaders & Classroom Teachers

    Course Fee:

    £45 for members

    £55 for non-members

    Please see attached flyer

    Building a Reasoning Classroom 2021 – 2022

  • Rosenshine's Principles in a Primary Classroom Open Close

    Aims:

    • To understand ‘Rosenshine’s Principles’ and what they look like in mathematics teaching and learning
    • To consider effective practice in embedding these principles into the classroom

    Session Outline

    We will consider Rosenshine’s 10 Principles within the context of Primary Maths Teaching. What does, say, daily and weekly review look like? How do we check for understanding in maths? What’s involved?

    We will exemplify each principle with good primary maths practice and consider any free materials to support their implementation in the classroom.

    We will review current practice and develop an implementation plan for individuals and/ or the whole school to embed the Principle’s over time.

    Facilitator:

    Gill Haysham, Independent Consultant

    Date & Time:

    24th November

    9.15 am – 3.30 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    Subject Leaders & Classroom Teachers

    Course Fee:

    £85 for members

    £100 for non-members

    Please see attached flyer

    Rosenshine’s Principles in Maths 2021 – 2022

  • Ready to Lead Programme Open Close

    Programme Outline

    A 12 hour course delivered over the year which introduces and explores aspects of leadership and supports attendees through a leadership challenge.

    Who is this course aimed at?

    • Individuals seeking their first leadership role or aspiring to leadership
    • Individuals who have taken on their first leadership role and are looking to develop their effectiveness
    • Individuals who may have been in a leadership role for a period of time but have not attended any leadership courses before and would like to explore ways to develop

    Underpinning principles of the course

    • Increasing knowledge, self-awareness and reflection surrounding leadership skills
    • Undertaking a ‘leadership challenge’ in the workplace enabling situated learning
    • High-quality learning resources with foundations in educational and leadership theory and research
    • Opportunities for coaching
    • Learning with and from peers

    THE LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE

    Attendees will undertake an action research project throughout the course. The project will be on an aspect of the area of leadership they are interested in or already undertaking. Attendees will be supported to:

    • identify an area of development or need
    • plan an evidenced based intervention with clear success criteria
    • deliver the intervention, analyse impact, reflect and review. .

    This process will be staggered over the period of the course and revisited in every session, with opportunities for leadership coaching and support.

    Facilitator:

    Gemma Woolley

    Specialist Leader of Education

    Date & Time:

    See attached flyer for session times/dates.

    Face to face venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Course Fee:

    £190 for members

    £225 for non-members

    Please see attached flyer

    Ready to Lead Programme 2021 – 2022

  • In partnership with Saffron Teaching School Hub - HLTA Status Open Close

    About the programme:

    This seven-part course will be delivered online and is aimed at Teaching Assistants looking for the next step in their career. HLTAs can teach whole classes under the direction of the class teacher, saving your school money on cover. HLTA is a nationally recognised professional status which benefits staff and schools, enhancing knowledge, expertise and skills in supporting learning and reducing teacher workload. HLTA Status provides greater opportunities for support staff to increase their skills and confidence

    The course consists of seven online sessions delivered throughout the Autumn term as follows:

    • Five half-day sessions delivered by Essex specialist Sue Brown who will guide the Teaching Assistants through the individual tasks and will be on hand for any questions/help throughout the course.

    • Two all-day sessions delivered by Best Practice Network.

    Participants must attend all seven sessions.

     

     

    Facilitator:

    Saffron Teaching School Hub in partnership with Best Practice Network

     

    Date & Time:

    6th October – 9.30 – 3.00 (Online)

    13th October – 9.30 – 11.30 (Online) – Focus (Differentiation)

    20th October – 9.30 – 11.30 (Online) – Focus (Behaviour)

    3rd November – 9.30 – 11.30 (Online) – Focus (Assessment, Metacognition & Self Regulation)

    10th November 9.30 – 11.30 – (Online) – Focus (Inclusion & SEND)

    17th November 9.30 – 11.30 – (Online) – Focus (Questioning & Quality First Teaching)

    24th November 8.30 – 3.00 – (Online)

     

    Applicant Requirements:

    • Experience of leading whole class learning with no teacher present.
    • Level 2 in Maths & English (A-C grade) we can help TAs gain equivalent qualifications (enquire when booking)

    Assessment:

    On completion of the course, participants will be assessed and awarded the HLTA status.

    Course Fees:

    £1050 per participant.

    There will be an additional charge of £25 to take the required English or Maths test or £40 to take both tests.

    How to book:

    Email Lorraine Chedzoy on

    lchedzoy@swchs.net

     

    Please see attached flyer

    HLTA Status Course – Autumn Term 2021

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