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  • Portsmouth ECT Regional Training Session - part 2

    ECT

    • • 19 January 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    19 January 2022 - 19 January 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    Block 3: Developing effective classroom practice – teaching and adapting

    You won’t spend long reading educational research before you come across a version of the statement: good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes.  

    In this Block, you will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, you will learn about what it means to ‘adapt your teaching’. At the core of this is recognising that pupils, like the rest of us, have differences.

    By focusing on the teaching strategies which are known to be effective and efficient you:

    • Maximise the opportunities for pupils to learn.
    • Support pupils to become independent learners.
    • Increase pupil achievement.
    • Ensure that all pupils make progress in your lessons.

    This session is part 2 of a 2 part course, you must attend both to complete the course.

    Bookings have now closed, although spaces remain on the course. To enquire about booking your space, please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

  • Year 7 - 11 Coherence Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 19 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    19 January 2022 - 19 January 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project focuses on teachers working together to analyse, deconstruct and trace through the curriculum a selected key topic area that may typically cause difficulty for pupils at GCSE.  Teachers will be supported to develop insight into effective teaching approaches, and consider the implications for longer term curriculum design, focussing on the impact of a coherent journey from year 7 – 11 to support long term depth in pupil understanding. 

    The project was previously known as Challenging Topics at GCSE, but its name has been amended to more accurately reflect the work undertaken as well as to convey the importance of curriculum coherence. 

    Who can take part? 

    Participants should be secondary school teachers of GCSE Maths. Individuals or ideally pairs of teachers from a department participate, with an expectation that they will work with other members of their department at appropriate points. 

    Schools that have participated in previous years may do so again, as developments often take place over time. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For further details and to book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • New Forest ECT Regional Training Session - part 2

    ECT

    • • 20 January 2022
    • • 30 places remaining
    20 January 2022 - 20 January 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    Block 3: Developing effective classroom practice – teaching and adapting

    You won’t spend long reading educational research before you come across a version of the statement: good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes.  

    In this Block, you will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, you will learn about what it means to ‘adapt your teaching’. At the core of this is recognising that pupils, like the rest of us, have differences.

    By focusing on the teaching strategies which are known to be effective and efficient you:

    • Maximise the opportunities for pupils to learn.
    • Support pupils to become independent learners.
    • Increase pupil achievement.
    • Ensure that all pupils make progress in your lessons.

    This session is part 2 of a 2 part course, you must attend both to complete the course.

    Bookings have now closed, although spaces remain on the course. To enquire about booking your space, please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

  • Higher attainment in GCSE computer science - meeting the challenge of exams.

    CPD

    • • 21 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    21 January 2022 - 21 January 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Liphook
    £0.00

    Explore how to improve attainment in GCSE Computer Science, look at how students should tackle exam questions and use key resources such as moderator reports, how retrieval and interleaving can be used and mapping progression from KS3 to KS4.

    This course is a one-day course for current or prospective teachers of GCSE computer science with some understanding of the computing curriculum. No prior experience or knowledge of computing is expected before attending this course. It is advised that you become familiar with the National Curriculum in Computing before participating.

     

    The following topics will be covered:

    • Understanding the assessment process
    • Progression from KS3 to KS4
    • Student recd all
    • Picking up the marks in exams.

     

    Outcomes

    Participants will:

    • Develop a secure understanding of the assessment processes at GCSE level

    • Gain experience of threshold concepts and how these can be firmly embedded in the curriculum to support student understanding

    • Examine interleaving teaching and retrieval strategies that could be adopted within their own practice

    • Develop a secure understanding of how to structure different exam style questions to fully support the needs of all students

     

     

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Andover Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 21 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    21 January 2022 - 21 January 2022
    14:00 - 16:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN ANDOVER. (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Southampton Mentor Regional Training Session - part 1

    ECT

    • • 25 January 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    25 January 2022 - 25 January 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

  • Southampton ECT Regional Training Session

    ECT

    • • 26 January 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    26 January 2022 - 26 January 2022
    09:30 - 14:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    Block 3: Developing effective classroom practice – teaching and adapting

    You won’t spend long reading educational research before you come across a version of the statement: good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes.  

    In this Block, you will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, you will learn about what it means to ‘adapt your teaching’. At the core of this is recognising that pupils, like the rest of us, have differences.

    By focusing on the teaching strategies which are known to be effective and efficient you:

    • Maximise the opportunities for pupils to learn.
    • Support pupils to become independent learners.
    • Increase pupil achievement.
    • Ensure that all pupils make progress in your lessons.

    Bookings have now closed, although spaces may be available. To enquire about booking your space, please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 26 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    26 January 2022 - 26 January 2022
    09:30 - 12:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

     

  • Portsmouth Mentor Regional Training Session - part 1

    ECT

    • • 26 January 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    26 January 2022 - 26 January 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

    This session is part 1 of a 2 part course, you must also book and attend a part 2 session to complete the course.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 26 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    26 January 2022 - 26 January 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Physical computing kit - KS2 Crumble

    CPD

    • • 26 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    26 January 2022 - 26 January 2022
    16:30 - 18:00
    Brighton
    £0.00

    Explore physical computing using the Crumble device and how the Teach Computing Curriculum can be used to engage students.

    Physical computing involves programming digital devices to sense and interact with the world – an engaging alternative to screen-only activity. It touches upon many areas of the computing curriculum, bringing subject knowledge and programming skills to engaging and enjoyable classroom activities.

    The Crumble Controller is an easy-to-use programmable device, ideal for physical computing in primary schools. It is capable of driving two motors. With 4 input / output terminals, children can connect LEDs, switches and other interesting add-ons.

    During this CPD you’ll explore how Crumble can be used in the classroom, with blocks of code ‘snapping’ together in an easy-to-use, Scratch-like environment suitable for key stage 2. You’ll find out how to setup the device, how to make use of input and output terminals and explore how to use the device with children. The CPD will help you gain confidence in teaching using Crumble, and the free Teach Computing Curriculum.

    The National Centre for Computing Education has developed a Crumble physical computing kit that can be borrowed from your local Computing Hub, following your CPD.

    This 90 minute course is aimed at classroom teachers and subject leaders of computing, looking to develop physical computing approaches in the KS2 classroom.

    By the end of this course you will be able to:

    ? Understand the impact physical computing has on engaging students in computing

    ? Lead children to create block based programs to control the Crumble

    ? Understand how the Teach Computing Curriculum unit can be delivered with the Crumble

  • Portsmouth ECT Regional Training Session

    ECT

    • • 27 January 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    27 January 2022 - 27 January 2022
    09:30 - 14:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    Block 3: Developing effective classroom practice – teaching and adapting

    You won’t spend long reading educational research before you come across a version of the statement: good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes.  

    In this Block, you will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, you will learn about what it means to ‘adapt your teaching’. At the core of this is recognising that pupils, like the rest of us, have differences.

    By focusing on the teaching strategies which are known to be effective and efficient you:

    • Maximise the opportunities for pupils to learn.
    • Support pupils to become independent learners.
    • Increase pupil achievement.
    • Ensure that all pupils make progress in your lessons.

    Bookings have now closed, although spaces may be available. To enquire about booking your space, please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

  • New Forest Mentor Regional Training Session - part 1

    ECT

    • • 27 January 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    27 January 2022 - 27 January 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

    This session is part 1 of a 2 part course, you must also book and attend a part 2 session to complete the course.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 27 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    27 January 2022 - 27 January 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Making The Difference For Disadvantaged Pupils Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 27 January 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    27 January 2022 - 27 January 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £125.00

    South Central Teaching School Hub is delighted to partner with The HISP Research School to offer the Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils Programme to school leaders across Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

    Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils is one of the Education Endowment Foundation’s core programmes. This programme is designed to support school leaders in making evidence informed decisions regarding how best to support their disadvantaged pupils. Every school, their staff and their pupils, have been impacted in some way by Covid-19. And whilst schools have managed the crisis with characteristic care, determination and resilience, the disruption to learning will mean that many pupils will have fallen behind. Participants in this programme will be supported to:

    • Use a?tiered approach?for reviewing their whole-school Pupil Premium Strategy that meets the needs of all learners
    • Accurately identify key priorities within teaching & learning, targeted support and whole school strategies to tackle educational disadvantage in their context
    • Apply the principles of effective implementation to embed and sustain the processes, practices and programmes in their strategy
    • Monitor and evaluate the impact of their strategy to adapt / sustain approaches according to pupil needs

    For more information or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link.

    £125 - Price is for 2 delegates per school

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 27 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    27 January 2022 - 27 January 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Python programming: working with data - remote

    CPD

    • • 31 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    31 January 2022 - 31 January 2022
    All Day -
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    In this course you’ll learn about data types, and how data structures are manipulated in Python programs.

    As you progress beyond the basics of Python programming, this course will help you develop the level of programming skill required for upto GCSE computer science. You’ll go further through the fundamentals of programming, with lots of hands-on experience under the guidance of highly successful teachers of computer science.

    During the course you’ll learn about data types, and how data structures are manipulated in Python programs. You’ll create and edit files that can store data for later use, as you begin to develop simple software applications.

    New program code almost always contains errors; you’ll become adept at debugging - testing the functionality of your code then identifying and correcting errors.

    This course will deepen your knowledge, up to GCSE level which will help boost confidence when teaching key topics to students. 

    Book now and you will be automatically registered for the scheduled sessions for the course. Remote CPD courses have live, facilitator-led sessions and are not available for instant access. Please refer to the schedule of dates published for each course instance.

    Prior Knowledge:

    You’ll need to be confident in the essentials of sequence, selection and iteration programming constructs to access this course. We recommend the course Python programming constructs – sequencing, selection and iteration.

    Do you prefer to learn in a classroom? If so, take a look at: Python programming: working with data

    This course is for current or prospective teachers of computer science with some understanding of computer science principles. The course is approximately 6 hours in duration, split across several days. By the end of the course participants will:

    • Understand why modular programs are easier to understand, build and maintain.
    • Include user-written and built-in functions in programs, passing data between functions and main programs.
    • Learn about variable scope and how it affects subroutines and functions.
    • Understand the need for structured data, and manipulate simple data in Python lists
    • Explain the differences between commonly used file formats, and manipulate their contents using Python code
    • Develop confidence in leading your students as they develop their programming skills
  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Early Career Teachers

    Maths Hub

    • • 31 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    31 January 2022 - 31 January 2022
    09:00 - 12:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is new to the Maths Hub offer this year and is designed to support Early Career Teachers (teachers in their first two years of teaching) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  

    The aim of this community is to work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and will include lesson analysis and lesson design. 

    Participants will: 

    • plan and teach a carefully sequenced and coherent area of maths 

    • appreciate the key ideas underpinning the area of maths being taught 

    • understand key principles and approaches associated with teaching for mastery 

    • understand approaches to assess pupils’ prior learning, so that learning sequences take this into account 

    • make appropriate use of representations to expose the structure of the maths being taught. 

    • observe experienced teachers in Maths, analysing the pedagogy. 

     

    What is involved? 

    Participants will work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and activities will include lesson analysis and lesson design.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL SESSIONS ARE FACE TO FACE, MENTOR TO ATTEND 15/02/2022 SESSION.

    For more information, or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • SEN in Mainstream Schools Modular Training Programme.

    HISP Research School

    • • 31 January 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    31 January 2022 - 31 January 2022
    14:00 - 16:00
    Online Event
    £220.00

    The EEF Guidance report offers five evidence-based recommendations to support pupils with SEN, providing a starting point for schools to review their current approach and practical ideas they can implement. The report comes from a review of the best available international research and consultations with teachers and other experts. The overriding message from the report is a positive one. It is tempting to talk about the challenge of SEN as a specific and distinct issue. Yet, far from creating new programmes, the evidence tells us that teachers should instead prioritise familiar but powerful strategies, like scaffolding and explicit instruction, to support their pupils with SEN. This means understanding the needs of individual pupils and weaving specific approaches into every day, high quality classroom teaching — being inclusive by design not as an afterthought. This programme will support school leaders to explore current practices, identify key priorities, and use the best bets from evidence to inform the development of an implementation plan.

    This programme is suitable for headteachers, SENCos, Teaching and Learning school leads, senior leaders, and middle leaders.

     

    For more details please click the "More Info" link below to go to the HISP Research School webpage.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 31 January 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    31 January 2022 - 31 January 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 31 January 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    31 January 2022 - 31 January 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity ( Portsmouth Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 01 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    01 February 2022 - 01 February 2022
    09:30 - 12:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN PORTSMOUTH (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Portsmouth Mentor Regional Training Session - part 2

    ECT

    • • 01 February 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    01 February 2022 - 01 February 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

    This session is part 2 of a 2 part course, you must also attend both sessions to complete the course.

  • Supporting SEND Pupils In Inclusive Classrooms

    Maths Hub

    • • 01 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    01 February 2022 - 01 February 2022
    13:30 - 14:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This Work Group is new to the Solent Maths Hub this year, however it will build on previous SEND Work Groups that have been run in the past. Over a series of sessions, this group will work collaboratively to explore and trial ways of adapting teaching, so that students with SEND can be successful learners and make progress in Maths, alongside their peers.

    The sessions will raise teacher awareness and confidence, providing practical strategies to support students with a range of learning needs. Participants will share ideas to support identified students in their class and will use these to inform their teaching back in school.

    This group is suitable for KS3 and 4 Math's teachers, in mainstream schools, who have a number of learners with SEND in their class, particularly those teaching low-ability sets.

    What is involved?

    1 February 2022 - 1:30pm - 2:30 pm (Virtual)

    14 March 2022 - 9:30am - 3pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    26 March 2022 - 1:30pm - 3pm (Virtual)

    10 June 2022 - 9:30am - 1pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For more information and to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below, which will take you to Solent Maths Hub's booking page.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Southampton Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 01 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    01 February 2022 - 01 February 2022
    13:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 01 February 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    01 February 2022 - 01 February 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join, please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 01 February 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    01 February 2022 - 01 February 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Southampton Mentor Regional Training Session - part 2

    ECT

    • • 02 February 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    02 February 2022 - 02 February 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

    This session is part 2 of a 2 part course, you must also attend both sessions to complete the course.

  • NPQ Leading Behaviour & Culture (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 02 February 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    02 February 2022 - 02 February 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Behaviour and Culture (NPQLBC) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading behaviour and supporting pupil wellbeing in their school.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may manage a team of class teachers or tutors, as well as focussing on effective behaviour management and nurturing a culture of high expectations and learning within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with. The course curriculum ensures individuals can understand the relationship between all aspects of their role, how it can evolve and change over time and how to create and maintain an environment in which staff and pupils can thrive.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • New Forest Mentor Regional Training Session - part 2

    ECT

    • • 03 February 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    03 February 2022 - 03 February 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

    This session is part 2 of a 2 part course, you must also attend both sessions to complete the course.

  • Assessment of primary computing

    CPD

    • • 04 February 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    04 February 2022 - 04 February 2022
    All Day -
    Sandown
    £0.00

    Develop your confidence and knowledge in assessing computing across the primary age range. Effective teaching includes the skilful use of assessment, to check children’s knowledge and understanding, and to overcome misconceptions. Accurate assessment informs adapted teaching, allowing teachers to build upon previous learning and supporting development of ideas and skills through the whole computing curriculum. This CPD aims to improve teachers’ knowledge of how to accurately assess their pupils. Through a range of in-lesson and summative assessment approaches you will confidently evaluate learning in computing, in ways that complement teaching across all subjects. You’ll find out what is different about computing, ensuring that your assessment of programming knowledge and skills is accurate. You’ll also consider how to assess computational thinking – the key capability to solve problems using computers. Schools follow a diverse set of assessment policies and practices – this CPD recognises the different school contexts and guides participants to apply techniques and tools that work with, not against, the wider school ethos.

    This course will cover 5 Topics:

    Session 1: What are we assessing?

    Session 2: Evaluating the impact of assessment approaches.

    Session 3: Assessing programming.

    Session 4: Assessing computational thinking.

    Session 5: Assessment in the context of your school.

    These 5 sessions are the equivalent of a day of CPD.

  • Encouraging girls into GCSE computer science.

    CPD

    • • 08 February 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    08 February 2022 - 08 February 2022
    16:00 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    Explore the big picture with the current Gender imbalance in GSCE computer science between girls and boys. Be part of discussions about reasons for this gap, including, lack of role models, unconscious bias, and a non-inclusive curriculum amongst others. Consider different strategies inside and outside the classroom to support the narrowing of the gap before finally planning effective interventions in KS3 to improve the uptake in your own school.

    This will be a 90-minute Live remote training course for Teachers and Curriculum Leaders in secondary computing.

    By the end of this course you will be able to:

    • discuss the issues and national trends affecting recruitment of girls into GCSE computer science
    • evaluate a range of strategies to make computer science more inclusive
    • plan effective intervention to increase recruitment at KS4
  • Portsmouth Mentor Regional Training 1 Day Session

    ECT

    • • 09 February 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    09 February 2022 - 09 February 2022
    09:30 - 14:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

     

  • Southampton Mentor Regional Training 1 Day Session

    ECT

    • • 09 February 2022
    • • 60 places remaining
    09 February 2022 - 09 February 2022
    09:30 - 14:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The most important thing when teaching is making sure that pupils learn. In this Block, ECTs will familiarise themselves with the well-documented theory that good teachers are the most important factor in influencing pupil outcomes. ECTs will explore what it means to be an effective teacher and will look at some of the fundamental techniques which lead to effective teaching and learning, including:

    • Presenting new material in small steps
    • High-quality expositions
    • Modelling and worked examples
    • Effective practice and
    • Teaching meta-cognitive strategies.

    Alongside looking at the techniques and strategies for effective teaching, ECTs will learn what it means to ‘adapt’ their teaching. ECTs will recognise that classrooms are diverse places and that there are steps they can take to ensure that all pupils learn and make progress.  

    ECTs will look at:

    • How to effectively monitor pupils’ progress in lessons
    • Knowing when to intervene or adapt lessons “in the moment”
    • Approaches for scaffolding learning for pupils.

    As a mentor, it is important you support your ECT. This course will show what topics your ECTs are working on during their current learning block, and advise how best you can support them.

     

    Bookings have now closed for this course. There are a limited number of spaces remaining. To enquire about booking a space please contact Justine Briant at j.briant@hispmat.org

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 09 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    09 February 2022 - 09 February 2022
    09:30 - 12:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

     

  • Post 16 Core Maths

    Maths Hub

    • • 09 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    09 February 2022 - 09 February 2022
    14:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    These Work Groups give teachers opportunities, through collaboration and experimentation, to develop improved teaching approaches that support the open-ended problem-solving skills Core Maths students need to develop, and to share these with departmental colleagues. Participant departments will support the role of Core Maths in promoting contextualised problem-solving and links to teaching in other subject areas.  The Maths Hub and Advanced Maths Support Programme (AMSP) work collaboratively to deliver projects in this area.

     

    For more details and to book your space, please click the "More Info" link below to go to Solent Maths Hub's booking page.

  • Mathematical Thinking

    Maths Hub

    • • 09 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    09 February 2022 - 09 February 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    he stated aims of the KS4 Programme of Study are that, through working on the content, students should develop mathematical fluency, mathematical reasoning and problem solving. While mathematical thinking is a key feature of all of these, the focus of this Work Group is to support teachers in developing their understanding of mathematical thinking as it relates to problem-solving and reasoning, using practical task types to explore what it means for students to get better at mathematical thinking and what this looks like in the classroom. 

    The Work Group will: 

    • Offer teachers support so that they are better equipped to help all students develop their mathematical thinking, ultimately preparing them for the challenges of the GCSE and beyond 
    • Support teachers in understanding and using participation in a Work Group as the basis of collaborative continued professional development for themselves and within their department. 

    Who can take part? 

    This is for teachers of KS4 who want to further develop their understanding of developing mathematical thinking, and practical classroom strategies to explore these ideas. Participants are encouraged to lead developments from the Work Group in their own department and so should have the opportunity to do this effectively.  

    Departments that have already engaged with the Work Group have the opportunity to continue with the Work Group structure in order to explore further and think more deeply about supporting mathematical thinking in the classroom by participating in a second ‘deepening’ year. 

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    To book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 10 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    10 February 2022 - 10 February 2022
    12:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 10 February 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    10 February 2022 - 10 February 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 10 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    10 February 2022 - 10 February 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • SEN in Mainstream Schools Modular Training Programme.

    HISP Research School

    • • 14 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    14 February 2022 - 14 February 2022
    14:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £220.00

    The EEF Guidance report offers five evidence-based recommendations to support pupils with SEN, providing a starting point for schools to review their current approach and practical ideas they can implement. The report comes from a review of the best available international research and consultations with teachers and other experts. The overriding message from the report is a positive one. It is tempting to talk about the challenge of SEN as a specific and distinct issue. Yet, far from creating new programmes, the evidence tells us that teachers should instead prioritise familiar but powerful strategies, like scaffolding and explicit instruction, to support their pupils with SEN. This means understanding the needs of individual pupils and weaving specific approaches into every day, high quality classroom teaching — being inclusive by design not as an afterthought. This programme will support school leaders to explore current practices, identify key priorities, and use the best bets from evidence to inform the development of an implementation plan.

    This programme is suitable for headteachers, SENCos, Teaching and Learning school leads, senior leaders, and middle leaders.

     

    For more details please click the "More Info" link below to go to the HISP Research School webpage.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Early Career Teachers

    Maths Hub

    • • 15 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    15 February 2022 - 15 February 2022
    09:00 - 12:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is new to the Maths Hub offer this year and is designed to support Early Career Teachers (teachers in their first two years of teaching) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  

    The aim of this community is to work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and will include lesson analysis and lesson design. 

    Participants will: 

    • plan and teach a carefully sequenced and coherent area of maths 

    • appreciate the key ideas underpinning the area of maths being taught 

    • understand key principles and approaches associated with teaching for mastery 

    • understand approaches to assess pupils’ prior learning, so that learning sequences take this into account 

    • make appropriate use of representations to expose the structure of the maths being taught. 

    • observe experienced teachers in Maths, analysing the pedagogy. 

     

    What is involved? 

    Participants will work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and activities will include lesson analysis and lesson design.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL SESSIONS ARE FACE TO FACE, MENTOR TO ATTEND 15/02/2022 SESSION.

    For more information, or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Year 7 - 11 Coherence Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 15 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    15 February 2022 - 15 February 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project focuses on teachers working together to analyse, deconstruct and trace through the curriculum a selected key topic area that may typically cause difficulty for pupils at GCSE.  Teachers will be supported to develop insight into effective teaching approaches, and consider the implications for longer term curriculum design, focussing on the impact of a coherent journey from year 7 – 11 to support long term depth in pupil understanding. 

    The project was previously known as Challenging Topics at GCSE, but its name has been amended to more accurately reflect the work undertaken as well as to convey the importance of curriculum coherence. 

    Who can take part? 

    Participants should be secondary school teachers of GCSE Maths. Individuals or ideally pairs of teachers from a department participate, with an expectation that they will work with other members of their department at appropriate points. 

    Schools that have participated in previous years may do so again, as developments often take place over time. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For further details and to book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Effective Learning Behaviours Training Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 15 February 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    15 February 2022 - 15 February 2022
    15:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £295.00

    A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterises ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.

    This suite of training is based upon the rich and diverse evidence base gathered in the EEF guidance reports. This course draws upon the evidence represented in multiple reports: improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning. Successful learning behaviours rely on layering these areas to wrap around each unique learner. Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts connect to build long-term protective factors which fosters deep learning and cultivates effective learners.

    Delegates will:

    • Develop a deep understanding of the best evidence available around learning behaviours
    • Be provided with the tools and processes to explore their school culture and practice
    • Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
    • Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
    • Consider the dynamic process and reciprocal influences needed to change a learning behaviour.

    This programme is suitable for Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it. Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions (either remotely or face to face), complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.

    Tickets - £295 for up to two people per school.

    To book your place, please follow the link below.

  • Primary programming and algorithms

    CPD

    • • 16 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    16 February 2022 - 16 February 2022
    08:30 - 13:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    Learn essential subject knowledge to become a skilled teacher of primary computing. Be prepared to teach algorithms and programming to all ages of children, helping them develop their understanding through effective pedagogy.

    Programming and algorithms are fundamental to the primary computing curriculum. Algorithms are clear and unambiguous instructions to solve problems which can often be translated using a programming language for a computer to follow. By thinking computationally, children can harness the power of computers to extend their capabilities.

    This course is for primary computing coordinators looking to develop their own teaching and that of their colleagues, any primary teacher or senior leader interested in teaching computing.Teachers may wish to attend Teaching key stage 1 or key stage 2 computing before participating in this CPD.

    This is a one-day course involving 5 hours of learning at the end if which you will be able to:

    Discover a range of different teaching techniques that are supported by research, to improve how your school delivers lessons that use algorithms and programming.

    Learn about debugging, sequence, repetition, selection and variable use and the common misconceptions that hinder pupil progress.

    Come away with lots of resources that you can use to develop how teachers in your schools understand, plan and teach computing.

    Understand what computational thinking is and how it affects teaching programming

     

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 16 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    16 February 2022 - 16 February 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Early Years

    Maths Hub

    • • 17 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    17 February 2022 - 17 February 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

    These programmes are designed for individuals who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths to three to five years olds. This may be particularly relevant for NQTs, teachers that have moved phases, or teachers that have not received maths-specific training for early years. 

     

    For further information and to book your place, please click the "more information" link below to go to our Solent Maths Hub site.

  • Making The Difference For Disadvantaged Pupils Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 17 February 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    17 February 2022 - 17 February 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £125.00

    South Central Teaching School Hub is delighted to partner with The HISP Research School to offer the Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils Programme to school leaders across Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

    Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils is one of the Education Endowment Foundation’s core programmes. This programme is designed to support school leaders in making evidence informed decisions regarding how best to support their disadvantaged pupils. Every school, their staff and their pupils, have been impacted in some way by Covid-19. And whilst schools have managed the crisis with characteristic care, determination and resilience, the disruption to learning will mean that many pupils will have fallen behind. Participants in this programme will be supported to:

    • Use a?tiered approach?for reviewing their whole-school Pupil Premium Strategy that meets the needs of all learners
    • Accurately identify key priorities within teaching & learning, targeted support and whole school strategies to tackle educational disadvantage in their context
    • Apply the principles of effective implementation to embed and sustain the processes, practices and programmes in their strategy
    • Monitor and evaluate the impact of their strategy to adapt / sustain approaches according to pupil needs

    For more information or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link.

    £125 - Price is for 2 delegates per school

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 1)

    Maths Hub

    • • 21 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    21 February 2022 - 21 February 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    1st Cohort will form 6 days in the School Holidays
    All sessions online 9am - 3pm

    21 February 2022
    22 February 2022
    11 April 2022
    12 April 2022
    30 May 2022
    31 May 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 1)

    Maths Hub

    • • 22 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    22 February 2022 - 22 February 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    1st Cohort will form 6 days in the School Holidays
    All sessions online 9am - 3pm

    21 February 2022
    22 February 2022
    11 April 2022
    12 April 2022
    30 May 2022
    31 May 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Python programming constructs: sequencing, selection & iteration - face to face

    CPD

    • • 22 February 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    22 February 2022 - 22 February 2022
    09:30 - 14:30
    Southampton
    £0.00

    Develop your foundational knowledge around the Python language.

    Take your first steps to becoming a competent teacher of Python programming; this CPD will develop your foundational knowledge around the Python language. Learn how to write code to input, process and output data, and how to manipulate data stored in variables. Using the building blocks of sequence, selection and iteration you’ll begin to understand how programs are constructed to perform a multitude of simple and more complex tasks.

    Prior knowledge:

    You’ll benefit from having some experience of basic programming, perhaps using a block-based language, to access this GCSE-level subject knowledge enhancement.

    Recommended next steps:

    This course forms part of the Computer Science Accelerator Programme. For the next step towards becoming a confident teacher of Python programming, we recommended the one-day course: Python programming – working with data at your local computing hub and Programming 101: An Introduction to Python for Educators online.

    This course is for current or prospective teachers of GCSE computer science with some understanding of computer science fundamentals. It is a one-day course consisting of 5 hours of teaching time, by the end of which you will:

    • Become familiar with the Python programming language
    • Develop some basic program constructs using variables, handling user input and output to the screen
    • Use mathematical and logical operators to build functionality into programs
    • Follow the flow of a program, identifying values held in variables at different stages of execution
    • Create and control indefinite loop structures in programs
    • Begin to evaluate programs and suggest improvements

     

  • Introduction to Primary Computing

    CPD

    • • 02 March 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    02 March 2022 - 02 March 2022
    All Day -
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    For primary computing teachers who are new to the subject or its leadership. This CPD covers the whole computing curriculum at an introductory level, including programming essentials using Scratch.

    Topics covered will include:

    • What is computing?
    • The computing curriculum
    • Getting started with teaching primary programming
    • You don't need to know everything.

    By the end of this course you will be able to:

    • Understand the computing curriculum, describing a subject rich in knowledge and skill development.
    • Develop an understanding of high-quality computing education in the context of your own school.
    • Gain practical experience of teaching and learning in computing, including introductory computer programming using popular devices and tools.
    • Be confident in the next steps to develop the teaching of computing, supported by a network of peers and a range of high-quality resources.

    This course is approximately six hours in duration, split across several days.

  • Mathematical Thinking

    Maths Hub

    • • 02 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    02 March 2022 - 02 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    he stated aims of the KS4 Programme of Study are that, through working on the content, students should develop mathematical fluency, mathematical reasoning and problem solving. While mathematical thinking is a key feature of all of these, the focus of this Work Group is to support teachers in developing their understanding of mathematical thinking as it relates to problem-solving and reasoning, using practical task types to explore what it means for students to get better at mathematical thinking and what this looks like in the classroom. 

    The Work Group will: 

    • Offer teachers support so that they are better equipped to help all students develop their mathematical thinking, ultimately preparing them for the challenges of the GCSE and beyond 
    • Support teachers in understanding and using participation in a Work Group as the basis of collaborative continued professional development for themselves and within their department. 

    Who can take part? 

    This is for teachers of KS4 who want to further develop their understanding of developing mathematical thinking, and practical classroom strategies to explore these ideas. Participants are encouraged to lead developments from the Work Group in their own department and so should have the opportunity to do this effectively.  

    Departments that have already engaged with the Work Group have the opportunity to continue with the Work Group structure in order to explore further and think more deeply about supporting mathematical thinking in the classroom by participating in a second ‘deepening’ year. 

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    To book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Effective Learning Behaviours Training Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 02 March 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    02 March 2022 - 02 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £295.00

    A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterises ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.

    This suite of training is based upon the rich and diverse evidence base gathered in the EEF guidance reports. This course draws upon the evidence represented in multiple reports: improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning. Successful learning behaviours rely on layering these areas to wrap around each unique learner. Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts connect to build long-term protective factors which fosters deep learning and cultivates effective learners.

    Delegates will:

    • Develop a deep understanding of the best evidence available around learning behaviours
    • Be provided with the tools and processes to explore their school culture and practice
    • Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
    • Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
    • Consider the dynamic process and reciprocal influences needed to change a learning behaviour.

    This programme is suitable for Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it. Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions (either remotely or face to face), complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.

    Tickets - £295 for up to two people per school.

    To book your place, please follow the link below.

  • SEND Workshop

    CPD

    • • 03 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    03 March 2022 - 03 March 2022
    08:30 - 11:45
    Springwell School Hinkler Road Southampton Hampshire SO19 6DH
    £45.00

    This workshop gives you the opportunity to spend a morning in a primary special school setting. You will observe pupils in class and have the opportunity to discuss how your learning can be applied within mainstream schools. Focus areas will include strategies for supporting and communicating with pupils who have complex needs, managing behaviour positively, developing independence and assessing progress.

    This event is being held by Southampton Inclusion Partnership a Springwell School, Southampton.

  • Secondary Subject Leadership Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 03 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    03 March 2022 - 03 March 2022
    14:00 - 16:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    A key aim of the NCETM and Maths Hubs is to develop successful secondary mathematics departments that are well led and that provide ongoing subject professional development through collaborative working both within and between departments.

    The purpose of this programme is to offer focused support to secondary heads of department/subject leaders, to enable them to better understand and implement teaching for mastery approaches across their department, and to develop in their role as leaders of both pupil learning and teacher professional development. 

    Throughout this programme, heads of maths / subject leaders will be supported in reflecting on their vision, curriculum, policies, practices and development priorities. Teaching for mastery approaches in secondary maths will be modelled and explored, taking into account the contexts and needs of the participants

    ​PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 

    Futher information and booking details can be found on the Solent Maths Hub website, please click the "More Info" Button below to visit their booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 03 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    03 March 2022 - 03 March 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Andover Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 04 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    04 March 2022 - 04 March 2022
    10:00 - 16:00
    Andover (TBC)
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN ANDOVER. (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • SEN in Mainstream Schools Modular Training Programme.

    HISP Research School

    • • 07 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    07 March 2022 - 07 March 2022
    14:00 - 16:00
    Online Event
    £220.00

    The EEF Guidance report offers five evidence-based recommendations to support pupils with SEN, providing a starting point for schools to review their current approach and practical ideas they can implement. The report comes from a review of the best available international research and consultations with teachers and other experts. The overriding message from the report is a positive one. It is tempting to talk about the challenge of SEN as a specific and distinct issue. Yet, far from creating new programmes, the evidence tells us that teachers should instead prioritise familiar but powerful strategies, like scaffolding and explicit instruction, to support their pupils with SEN. This means understanding the needs of individual pupils and weaving specific approaches into every day, high quality classroom teaching — being inclusive by design not as an afterthought. This programme will support school leaders to explore current practices, identify key priorities, and use the best bets from evidence to inform the development of an implementation plan.

    This programme is suitable for headteachers, SENCos, Teaching and Learning school leads, senior leaders, and middle leaders.

     

    For more details please click the "More Info" link below to go to the HISP Research School webpage.

  • NPQ Leading Behaviour & Culture (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 07 March 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    07 March 2022 - 07 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Behaviour and Culture (NPQLBC) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading behaviour and supporting pupil wellbeing in their school.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may manage a team of class teachers or tutors, as well as focussing on effective behaviour management and nurturing a culture of high expectations and learning within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with. The course curriculum ensures individuals can understand the relationship between all aspects of their role, how it can evolve and change over time and how to create and maintain an environment in which staff and pupils can thrive.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 07 March 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    07 March 2022 - 07 March 2022
    16:00 - 18:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

     

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Research Leads Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 08 March 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    08 March 2022 - 08 March 2022
    15:30 - 16:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This modular programme will involve a mix of synchronous and asynchronous training opportunities, including both self-directed time and time built into the course. The overall aim is for you to learn how to plan, carry out and evaluate a disciplined inquiry project so that in the future, you can support colleagues with putting research into practice.

  • Post 16 Core Maths

    Maths Hub

    • • 09 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    09 March 2022 - 09 March 2022
    14:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    These Work Groups give teachers opportunities, through collaboration and experimentation, to develop improved teaching approaches that support the open-ended problem-solving skills Core Maths students need to develop, and to share these with departmental colleagues. Participant departments will support the role of Core Maths in promoting contextualised problem-solving and links to teaching in other subject areas.  The Maths Hub and Advanced Maths Support Programme (AMSP) work collaboratively to deliver projects in this area.

     

    For more details and to book your space, please click the "More Info" link below to go to Solent Maths Hub's booking page.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 09 March 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    09 March 2022 - 09 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 09 March 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    09 March 2022 - 09 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Making The Difference For Disadvantaged Pupils Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 09 March 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    09 March 2022 - 09 March 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £125.00

    South Central Teaching School Hub is delighted to partner with The HISP Research School to offer the Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils Programme to school leaders across Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

    Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils is one of the Education Endowment Foundation’s core programmes. This programme is designed to support school leaders in making evidence informed decisions regarding how best to support their disadvantaged pupils. Every school, their staff and their pupils, have been impacted in some way by Covid-19. And whilst schools have managed the crisis with characteristic care, determination and resilience, the disruption to learning will mean that many pupils will have fallen behind. Participants in this programme will be supported to:

    • Use a?tiered approach?for reviewing their whole-school Pupil Premium Strategy that meets the needs of all learners
    • Accurately identify key priorities within teaching & learning, targeted support and whole school strategies to tackle educational disadvantage in their context
    • Apply the principles of effective implementation to embed and sustain the processes, practices and programmes in their strategy
    • Monitor and evaluate the impact of their strategy to adapt / sustain approaches according to pupil needs

    For more information or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link.

    £125 - Price is for 2 delegates per school

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 10 March 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    10 March 2022 - 10 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 10 March 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    10 March 2022 - 10 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join, please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Secondary Subject Leadership Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 10 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    10 March 2022 - 10 March 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    A key aim of the NCETM and Maths Hubs is to develop successful secondary mathematics departments that are well led and that provide ongoing subject professional development through collaborative working both within and between departments.

    The purpose of this programme is to offer focused support to secondary heads of department/subject leaders, to enable them to better understand and implement teaching for mastery approaches across their department, and to develop in their role as leaders of both pupil learning and teacher professional development. 

    Throughout this programme, heads of maths / subject leaders will be supported in reflecting on their vision, curriculum, policies, practices and development priorities. Teaching for mastery approaches in secondary maths will be modelled and explored, taking into account the contexts and needs of the participants

    ​PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 

    Futher information and booking details can be found on the Solent Maths Hub website, please click the "More Info" Button below to visit their booking page.

  • An afternoon with... Behaviour Advisor, Expert and Author Tom Bennett

    CPD

    • • 14 March 2022
    • • 380 places remaining
    14 March 2022 - 14 March 2022
    14:00 - 15:30
    Thornden Hall, Winchester Road, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, SO53 2DW
    £40.00

    Running the Room - Better behaviour for school teachers.

    Here at HISP Teaching School Hub we are delighted to be hosting this talk with Tom Bennett our Keynote speaker. Tom is the Independent Behaviour Advisor for the DfE and founder of researchEd. He is an author of four books on teacher-training, behaviour management, and educational research, including ‘Running the room- The teacher’s guide to behaviour’.

    Tom Will discuss the habits and strategies of the most successful classroom practitioners, covering the following:

    • Social norms

    • Routines and how to set them

    • Building a better classroom culture

    • Interpersonal skills and behaviour

    • De-escalation techniques

    • Setting consequences that are fair and effective

    There will also be the opportunity for Tom to answer any specific questions you have around behaviour management.

    This event is for Teachers and Middle Leaders of all phases.

    Bookings are not yet live for this event. To register your interest and be the first to be notified when bookings open, please click the "More Info" link below.

  • Supporting SEND Pupils In Inclusive Classrooms

    Maths Hub

    • • 15 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    15 March 2022 - 15 March 2022
    09:30 - 15:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This Work Group is new to the Solent Maths Hub this year, however it will build on previous SEND Work Groups that have been run in the past. Over a series of sessions, this group will work collaboratively to explore and trial ways of adapting teaching, so that students with SEND can be successful learners and make progress in Maths, alongside their peers.

    The sessions will raise teacher awareness and confidence, providing practical strategies to support students with a range of learning needs. Participants will share ideas to support identified students in their class and will use these to inform their teaching back in school.

    This group is suitable for KS3 and 4 Math's teachers, in mainstream schools, who have a number of learners with SEND in their class, particularly those teaching low-ability sets.

    What is involved?

    1 February 2022 - 1:30pm - 2:30 pm (Virtual)

    14 March 2022 - 9:30am - 3pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    26 March 2022 - 1:30pm - 3pm (Virtual)

    10 June 2022 - 9:30am - 1pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For more information and to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below, which will take you to Solent Maths Hub's booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 16 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    16 March 2022 - 16 March 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

     

  • Mathematical Thinking

    Maths Hub

    • • 16 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    16 March 2022 - 16 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    he stated aims of the KS4 Programme of Study are that, through working on the content, students should develop mathematical fluency, mathematical reasoning and problem solving. While mathematical thinking is a key feature of all of these, the focus of this Work Group is to support teachers in developing their understanding of mathematical thinking as it relates to problem-solving and reasoning, using practical task types to explore what it means for students to get better at mathematical thinking and what this looks like in the classroom. 

    The Work Group will: 

    • Offer teachers support so that they are better equipped to help all students develop their mathematical thinking, ultimately preparing them for the challenges of the GCSE and beyond 
    • Support teachers in understanding and using participation in a Work Group as the basis of collaborative continued professional development for themselves and within their department. 

    Who can take part? 

    This is for teachers of KS4 who want to further develop their understanding of developing mathematical thinking, and practical classroom strategies to explore these ideas. Participants are encouraged to lead developments from the Work Group in their own department and so should have the opportunity to do this effectively.  

    Departments that have already engaged with the Work Group have the opportunity to continue with the Work Group structure in order to explore further and think more deeply about supporting mathematical thinking in the classroom by participating in a second ‘deepening’ year. 

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    To book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 17 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    17 March 2022 - 17 March 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Attention Autism (2-day course)

    CPD

    • • 17 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    17 March 2022 - 17 March 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Springwell School, Hinkler Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO19 6DH
    £210.00

    This course is being held by the Southampton Inclusion Partnership who are an Alliance of Educational Partners Specialising in SEND.

    Note: Delegates must attend both sessions, 17th and 31st March 2022.

    During this 2 day course, delegates will:

    • Have an understanding of how to engage children with autism.
    • Understand how to teach children with autism to focus, sustain and shift their attention.
    • An understanding of how to teach, encourage and support communication.
    • An understanding of how to foster group learning skills.
    • An understanding of how to embed early social interaction skills into group work.
    • Learn how to set up and run the intervention with groups of children.
    • Learn how to nurture the supporting team working with you.
    • Learn how to modify and adapt levels of stimulation/distraction in a group setting.
    • Understand how to use shared good times with the group and staff team working together in highly engaging activities to build relationships and trust.
    • Have a framework that encourages breadth and depth in learning for those who find linear progression challenging.
    • Be able to provide activities with a high density of learning opportunities.

    This course is suitable for staff from nursery, primary or secondary settings, or parent/carers

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 23 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    23 March 2022 - 23 March 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 24 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    24 March 2022 - 24 March 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Early Career Teachers

    Maths Hub

    • • 28 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    28 March 2022 - 28 March 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is new to the Maths Hub offer this year and is designed to support Early Career Teachers (teachers in their first two years of teaching) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  

    The aim of this community is to work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and will include lesson analysis and lesson design. 

    Participants will: 

    • plan and teach a carefully sequenced and coherent area of maths 

    • appreciate the key ideas underpinning the area of maths being taught 

    • understand key principles and approaches associated with teaching for mastery 

    • understand approaches to assess pupils’ prior learning, so that learning sequences take this into account 

    • make appropriate use of representations to expose the structure of the maths being taught. 

    • observe experienced teachers in Maths, analysing the pedagogy. 

     

    What is involved? 

    Participants will work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and activities will include lesson analysis and lesson design.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL SESSIONS ARE FACE TO FACE, MENTOR TO ATTEND 15/02/2022 SESSION.

    For more information, or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Southampton Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 28 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    28 March 2022 - 28 March 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Effective Learning Behaviours Training Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 28 March 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    28 March 2022 - 28 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £295.00

    A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterises ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.

    This suite of training is based upon the rich and diverse evidence base gathered in the EEF guidance reports. This course draws upon the evidence represented in multiple reports: improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning. Successful learning behaviours rely on layering these areas to wrap around each unique learner. Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts connect to build long-term protective factors which fosters deep learning and cultivates effective learners.

    Delegates will:

    • Develop a deep understanding of the best evidence available around learning behaviours
    • Be provided with the tools and processes to explore their school culture and practice
    • Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
    • Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
    • Consider the dynamic process and reciprocal influences needed to change a learning behaviour.

    This programme is suitable for Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it. Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions (either remotely or face to face), complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.

    Tickets - £295 for up to two people per school.

    To book your place, please follow the link below.

  • Year 7 - 11 Coherence Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 29 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    29 March 2022 - 29 March 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project focuses on teachers working together to analyse, deconstruct and trace through the curriculum a selected key topic area that may typically cause difficulty for pupils at GCSE.  Teachers will be supported to develop insight into effective teaching approaches, and consider the implications for longer term curriculum design, focussing on the impact of a coherent journey from year 7 – 11 to support long term depth in pupil understanding. 

    The project was previously known as Challenging Topics at GCSE, but its name has been amended to more accurately reflect the work undertaken as well as to convey the importance of curriculum coherence. 

    Who can take part? 

    Participants should be secondary school teachers of GCSE Maths. Individuals or ideally pairs of teachers from a department participate, with an expectation that they will work with other members of their department at appropriate points. 

    Schools that have participated in previous years may do so again, as developments often take place over time. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For further details and to book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Early Years

    Maths Hub

    • • 30 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    30 March 2022 - 30 March 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

    These programmes are designed for individuals who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths to three to five years olds. This may be particularly relevant for NQTs, teachers that have moved phases, or teachers that have not received maths-specific training for early years. 

     

    For further information and to book your place, please click the "more information" link below to go to our Solent Maths Hub site.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 30 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    30 March 2022 - 30 March 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Mathematical Thinking

    Maths Hub

    • • 30 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    30 March 2022 - 30 March 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    he stated aims of the KS4 Programme of Study are that, through working on the content, students should develop mathematical fluency, mathematical reasoning and problem solving. While mathematical thinking is a key feature of all of these, the focus of this Work Group is to support teachers in developing their understanding of mathematical thinking as it relates to problem-solving and reasoning, using practical task types to explore what it means for students to get better at mathematical thinking and what this looks like in the classroom. 

    The Work Group will: 

    • Offer teachers support so that they are better equipped to help all students develop their mathematical thinking, ultimately preparing them for the challenges of the GCSE and beyond 
    • Support teachers in understanding and using participation in a Work Group as the basis of collaborative continued professional development for themselves and within their department. 

    Who can take part? 

    This is for teachers of KS4 who want to further develop their understanding of developing mathematical thinking, and practical classroom strategies to explore these ideas. Participants are encouraged to lead developments from the Work Group in their own department and so should have the opportunity to do this effectively.  

    Departments that have already engaged with the Work Group have the opportunity to continue with the Work Group structure in order to explore further and think more deeply about supporting mathematical thinking in the classroom by participating in a second ‘deepening’ year. 

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    To book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Attention Autism (2-day course)

    CPD

    • • 31 March 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    31 March 2022 - 31 March 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Springwell School, Hinkler Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO19 6DH
    £210.00

    This course is being held by the Southampton Inclusion Partnership who are an Alliance of Educational Partners Specialising in SEND.

    Note: Delegates must attend both sessions, 17th and 31st March 2022.

    During this 2 day course, delegates will:

    • Have an understanding of how to engage children with autism.
    • Understand how to teach children with autism to focus, sustain and shift their attention.
    • An understanding of how to teach, encourage and support communication.
    • An understanding of how to foster group learning skills.
    • An understanding of how to embed early social interaction skills into group work.
    • Learn how to set up and run the intervention with groups of children.
    • Learn how to nurture the supporting team working with you.
    • Learn how to modify and adapt levels of stimulation/distraction in a group setting.
    • Understand how to use shared good times with the group and staff team working together in highly engaging activities to build relationships and trust.
    • Have a framework that encourages breadth and depth in learning for those who find linear progression challenging.
    • Be able to provide activities with a high density of learning opportunities.

    This course is suitable for staff from nursery, primary or secondary settings, or parent/carers

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Andover Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 01 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    01 April 2022 - 01 April 2022
    10:00 - 16:00
    Andover (TBC)
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN ANDOVER. (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity ( Portsmouth Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 05 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    05 April 2022 - 05 April 2022
    13:00 - 16:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN PORTSMOUTH (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Effective Learning Behaviours Training Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 05 April 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    05 April 2022 - 05 April 2022
    15:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £295.00

    A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterises ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.

    This suite of training is based upon the rich and diverse evidence base gathered in the EEF guidance reports. This course draws upon the evidence represented in multiple reports: improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning. Successful learning behaviours rely on layering these areas to wrap around each unique learner. Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts connect to build long-term protective factors which fosters deep learning and cultivates effective learners.

    Delegates will:

    • Develop a deep understanding of the best evidence available around learning behaviours
    • Be provided with the tools and processes to explore their school culture and practice
    • Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
    • Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
    • Consider the dynamic process and reciprocal influences needed to change a learning behaviour.

    This programme is suitable for Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it. Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions (either remotely or face to face), complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.

    Tickets - £295 for up to two people per school.

    To book your place, please follow the link below.

  • Research Leads Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 05 April 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    05 April 2022 - 05 April 2022
    15:30 - 16:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This modular programme will involve a mix of synchronous and asynchronous training opportunities, including both self-directed time and time built into the course. The overall aim is for you to learn how to plan, carry out and evaluate a disciplined inquiry project so that in the future, you can support colleagues with putting research into practice.

  • An afternoon with... Pupil Premium Advisor, Expert and Author Marc Rowland

    CPD

    • • 06 April 2022
    • • 300 places remaining
    06 April 2022 - 06 April 2022
    14:00 - 15:30
    Thornden Hall, Winchester Road, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh, SO53 2DW
    £40.00

    Effective implementation of pupil premium strategy.

    We are delighted to provide this opportunity to hear from Pupil Premium expert Marc Rowland. Marc is an advisor to the DfE on pupil premium, is a recognised expert and author on how best to meet the needs of children most at risk of underachieving.

    On 6th September 2021, the DfE released updated pupil premium guidance and the template schools are now required to use to publish their strategy statement. Disadvantaged pupils have been worse effected due to the pandemic, the attainment gap has grown, and higher numbers of pupils are qualifying for pupil premium. It is therefore more important than ever that school strategies focus on support for disadvantaged pupils. This keynote speech will help to support school leaders in developing and implementing effective pupil premium strategies.

    This event is for Headteachers, Senior Leaders and those with responsibility for Pupil/catch-up Premium funding.

    Bookings are not yet live for this event. To register your interest and be the first to be notified when bookings open, please click the "More Info" link below.

  • Post 16 Core Maths

    Maths Hub

    • • 06 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    06 April 2022 - 06 April 2022
    14:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    These Work Groups give teachers opportunities, through collaboration and experimentation, to develop improved teaching approaches that support the open-ended problem-solving skills Core Maths students need to develop, and to share these with departmental colleagues. Participant departments will support the role of Core Maths in promoting contextualised problem-solving and links to teaching in other subject areas.  The Maths Hub and Advanced Maths Support Programme (AMSP) work collaboratively to deliver projects in this area.

     

    For more details and to book your space, please click the "More Info" link below to go to Solent Maths Hub's booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 07 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    07 April 2022 - 07 April 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 1)

    Maths Hub

    • • 11 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    11 April 2022 - 11 April 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    1st Cohort will form 6 days in the School Holidays
    All sessions online 9am - 3pm

    21 February 2022
    22 February 2022
    11 April 2022
    12 April 2022
    30 May 2022
    31 May 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 1)

    Maths Hub

    • • 12 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    12 April 2022 - 12 April 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    1st Cohort will form 6 days in the School Holidays
    All sessions online 9am - 3pm

    21 February 2022
    22 February 2022
    11 April 2022
    12 April 2022
    30 May 2022
    31 May 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Supporting SEND Pupils In Inclusive Classrooms

    Maths Hub

    • • 26 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    26 April 2022 - 26 April 2022
    13:30 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This Work Group is new to the Solent Maths Hub this year, however it will build on previous SEND Work Groups that have been run in the past. Over a series of sessions, this group will work collaboratively to explore and trial ways of adapting teaching, so that students with SEND can be successful learners and make progress in Maths, alongside their peers.

    The sessions will raise teacher awareness and confidence, providing practical strategies to support students with a range of learning needs. Participants will share ideas to support identified students in their class and will use these to inform their teaching back in school.

    This group is suitable for KS3 and 4 Math's teachers, in mainstream schools, who have a number of learners with SEND in their class, particularly those teaching low-ability sets.

    What is involved?

    1 February 2022 - 1:30pm - 2:30 pm (Virtual)

    14 March 2022 - 9:30am - 3pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    26 March 2022 - 1:30pm - 3pm (Virtual)

    10 June 2022 - 9:30am - 1pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For more information and to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below, which will take you to Solent Maths Hub's booking page.

  • NPQ Leading Behaviour & Culture (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 26 April 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    26 April 2022 - 26 April 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Behaviour and Culture (NPQLBC) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading behaviour and supporting pupil wellbeing in their school.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may manage a team of class teachers or tutors, as well as focussing on effective behaviour management and nurturing a culture of high expectations and learning within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with. The course curriculum ensures individuals can understand the relationship between all aspects of their role, how it can evolve and change over time and how to create and maintain an environment in which staff and pupils can thrive.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Making The Difference For Disadvantaged Pupils Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 26 April 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    26 April 2022 - 26 April 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £125.00

    South Central Teaching School Hub is delighted to partner with The HISP Research School to offer the Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils Programme to school leaders across Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

    Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils is one of the Education Endowment Foundation’s core programmes. This programme is designed to support school leaders in making evidence informed decisions regarding how best to support their disadvantaged pupils. Every school, their staff and their pupils, have been impacted in some way by Covid-19. And whilst schools have managed the crisis with characteristic care, determination and resilience, the disruption to learning will mean that many pupils will have fallen behind. Participants in this programme will be supported to:

    • Use a?tiered approach?for reviewing their whole-school Pupil Premium Strategy that meets the needs of all learners
    • Accurately identify key priorities within teaching & learning, targeted support and whole school strategies to tackle educational disadvantage in their context
    • Apply the principles of effective implementation to embed and sustain the processes, practices and programmes in their strategy
    • Monitor and evaluate the impact of their strategy to adapt / sustain approaches according to pupil needs

    For more information or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link.

    £125 - Price is for 2 delegates per school

  • Physical computing kit - KS2 Crumble

    CPD

    • • 27 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    27 April 2022 - 27 April 2022
    09:00 - 10:30
    Liphook
    £0.00

    Explore physical computing using the Crumble device and how the Teach Computing Curriculum can be used to engage students.

    Physical computing involves programming digital devices to sense and interact with the world – an engaging alternative to screen-only activity. It touches upon many areas of the computing curriculum, bringing subject knowledge and programming skills to engaging and enjoyable classroom activities.

    The Crumble Controller is an easy-to-use programmable device, ideal for physical computing in primary schools. It is capable of driving two motors. With 4 input / output terminals, children can connect LEDs, switches and other interesting add-ons.

    During this CPD you’ll explore how Crumble can be used in the classroom, with blocks of code ‘snapping’ together in an easy-to-use, Scratch-like environment suitable for key stage 2. You’ll find out how to setup the device, how to make use of input and output terminals and explore how to use the device with children. The CPD will help you gain confidence in teaching using Crumble, and the free Teach Computing Curriculum.

    The National Centre for Computing Education has developed a Crumble physical computing kit that can be borrowed from your local Computing Hub, following your CPD.

    This 90 minute course is aimed at classroom teachers and subject leaders of computing, looking to develop physical computing approaches in the KS2 classroom.

    By the end of this course you will be able to:

    ? Understand the impact physical computing has on engaging students in computing

    ? Lead children to create block based programs to control the Crumble

    ? Understand how the Teach Computing Curriculum unit can be delivered with the Crumble

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 27 April 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    27 April 2022 - 27 April 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join, please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 27 April 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    27 April 2022 - 27 April 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • SEND Workshop

    CPD

    • • 28 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    28 April 2022 - 28 April 2022
    08:30 - 11:45
    Springwell School, Hinkler Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO19 6DH
    £45.00

    This workshop gives you the opportunity to spend a morning in a primary special school setting. You will observe pupils in class and have the opportunity to discuss how your learning can be applied within mainstream schools. Focus areas will include strategies for supporting and communicating with pupils who have complex needs, managing behaviour positively, developing independence and assessing progress.

    This event is being held by Southampton Inclusion Partnership a Springwell School, Southampton.

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 28 April 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    28 April 2022 - 28 April 2022
    09:00 - 13:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 29 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    29 April 2022 - 29 April 2022
    09:00 - 13:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • Physical computing kit - KS2 Crumble

    CPD

    • • 29 April 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    29 April 2022 - 29 April 2022
    09:30 - 11:00
    Petersfield
    £0.00

    Explore physical computing using the Crumble device and how the Teach Computing Curriculum can be used to engage students.

    Physical computing involves programming digital devices to sense and interact with the world – an engaging alternative to screen-only activity. It touches upon many areas of the computing curriculum, bringing subject knowledge and programming skills to engaging and enjoyable classroom activities.

    The Crumble Controller is an easy-to-use programmable device, ideal for physical computing in primary schools. It is capable of driving two motors. With 4 input / output terminals, children can connect LEDs, switches and other interesting add-ons.

    During this CPD you’ll explore how Crumble can be used in the classroom, with blocks of code ‘snapping’ together in an easy-to-use, Scratch-like environment suitable for key stage 2. You’ll find out how to setup the device, how to make use of input and output terminals and explore how to use the device with children. The CPD will help you gain confidence in teaching using Crumble, and the free Teach Computing Curriculum.

    The National Centre for Computing Education has developed a Crumble physical computing kit that can be borrowed from your local Computing Hub, following your CPD.

    This 90 minute course is aimed at classroom teachers and subject leaders of computing, looking to develop physical computing approaches in the KS2 classroom.

    By the end of this course you will be able to:

    ? Understand the impact physical computing has on engaging students in computing

    ? Lead children to create block based programs to control the Crumble

    ? Understand how the Teach Computing Curriculum unit can be delivered with the Crumble

  • Test Payment Course

    General Training

    • • 01 May 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    01 May 2022 - 01 May 2022
    All Day -
    Thornden School
    £2.50

    Test

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity ( Portsmouth Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 02 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    02 May 2022 - 02 May 2022
    10:00 - 15:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN PORTSMOUTH (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Year 7 - 11 Coherence Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 03 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    03 May 2022 - 03 May 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project focuses on teachers working together to analyse, deconstruct and trace through the curriculum a selected key topic area that may typically cause difficulty for pupils at GCSE.  Teachers will be supported to develop insight into effective teaching approaches, and consider the implications for longer term curriculum design, focussing on the impact of a coherent journey from year 7 – 11 to support long term depth in pupil understanding. 

    The project was previously known as Challenging Topics at GCSE, but its name has been amended to more accurately reflect the work undertaken as well as to convey the importance of curriculum coherence. 

    Who can take part? 

    Participants should be secondary school teachers of GCSE Maths. Individuals or ideally pairs of teachers from a department participate, with an expectation that they will work with other members of their department at appropriate points. 

    Schools that have participated in previous years may do so again, as developments often take place over time. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For further details and to book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Effective Learning Behaviours Training Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 04 May 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    04 May 2022 - 04 May 2022
    14:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £295.00

    A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterises ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.

    This suite of training is based upon the rich and diverse evidence base gathered in the EEF guidance reports. This course draws upon the evidence represented in multiple reports: improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning. Successful learning behaviours rely on layering these areas to wrap around each unique learner. Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts connect to build long-term protective factors which fosters deep learning and cultivates effective learners.

    Delegates will:

    • Develop a deep understanding of the best evidence available around learning behaviours
    • Be provided with the tools and processes to explore their school culture and practice
    • Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
    • Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
    • Consider the dynamic process and reciprocal influences needed to change a learning behaviour.

    This programme is suitable for Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it. Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions (either remotely or face to face), complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.

    Tickets - £295 for up to two people per school.

    To book your place, please follow the link below.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Early Years

    Maths Hub

    • • 05 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    05 May 2022 - 05 May 2022
    13:00 - 16:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

    These programmes are designed for individuals who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths to three to five years olds. This may be particularly relevant for NQTs, teachers that have moved phases, or teachers that have not received maths-specific training for early years. 

     

    For further information and to book your place, please click the "more information" link below to go to our Solent Maths Hub site.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 10 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    10 May 2022 - 10 May 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 11 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    11 May 2022 - 11 May 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 11 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    11 May 2022 - 11 May 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • Secondary Subject Leadership Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 12 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    12 May 2022 - 12 May 2022
    14:00 - 16:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    A key aim of the NCETM and Maths Hubs is to develop successful secondary mathematics departments that are well led and that provide ongoing subject professional development through collaborative working both within and between departments.

    The purpose of this programme is to offer focused support to secondary heads of department/subject leaders, to enable them to better understand and implement teaching for mastery approaches across their department, and to develop in their role as leaders of both pupil learning and teacher professional development. 

    Throughout this programme, heads of maths / subject leaders will be supported in reflecting on their vision, curriculum, policies, practices and development priorities. Teaching for mastery approaches in secondary maths will be modelled and explored, taking into account the contexts and needs of the participants

    ​PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 

    Futher information and booking details can be found on the Solent Maths Hub website, please click the "More Info" Button below to visit their booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 12 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    12 May 2022 - 12 May 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Early Career Teachers

    Maths Hub

    • • 17 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    17 May 2022 - 17 May 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is new to the Maths Hub offer this year and is designed to support Early Career Teachers (teachers in their first two years of teaching) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  

    The aim of this community is to work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and will include lesson analysis and lesson design. 

    Participants will: 

    • plan and teach a carefully sequenced and coherent area of maths 

    • appreciate the key ideas underpinning the area of maths being taught 

    • understand key principles and approaches associated with teaching for mastery 

    • understand approaches to assess pupils’ prior learning, so that learning sequences take this into account 

    • make appropriate use of representations to expose the structure of the maths being taught. 

    • observe experienced teachers in Maths, analysing the pedagogy. 

     

    What is involved? 

    Participants will work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and activities will include lesson analysis and lesson design.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL SESSIONS ARE FACE TO FACE, MENTOR TO ATTEND 15/02/2022 SESSION.

    For more information, or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Mathematical Thinking

    Maths Hub

    • • 18 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    18 May 2022 - 18 May 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    he stated aims of the KS4 Programme of Study are that, through working on the content, students should develop mathematical fluency, mathematical reasoning and problem solving. While mathematical thinking is a key feature of all of these, the focus of this Work Group is to support teachers in developing their understanding of mathematical thinking as it relates to problem-solving and reasoning, using practical task types to explore what it means for students to get better at mathematical thinking and what this looks like in the classroom. 

    The Work Group will: 

    • Offer teachers support so that they are better equipped to help all students develop their mathematical thinking, ultimately preparing them for the challenges of the GCSE and beyond 
    • Support teachers in understanding and using participation in a Work Group as the basis of collaborative continued professional development for themselves and within their department. 

    Who can take part? 

    This is for teachers of KS4 who want to further develop their understanding of developing mathematical thinking, and practical classroom strategies to explore these ideas. Participants are encouraged to lead developments from the Work Group in their own department and so should have the opportunity to do this effectively.  

    Departments that have already engaged with the Work Group have the opportunity to continue with the Work Group structure in order to explore further and think more deeply about supporting mathematical thinking in the classroom by participating in a second ‘deepening’ year. 

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    To book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 19 May 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    19 May 2022 - 19 May 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

     

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 19 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    19 May 2022 - 19 May 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 23 May 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    23 May 2022 - 23 May 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Assessment of primary computing

    CPD

    • • 24 May 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    24 May 2022 - 24 May 2022
    All Day -
    Winchester
    £0.00

    Develop your confidence and knowledge in assessing computing across the primary age range. Effective teaching includes the skilful use of assessment, to check children’s knowledge and understanding, and to overcome misconceptions. Accurate assessment informs adapted teaching, allowing teachers to build upon previous learning and supporting development of ideas and skills through the whole computing curriculum. This CPD aims to improve teachers’ knowledge of how to accurately assess their pupils. Through a range of in-lesson and summative assessment approaches you will confidently evaluate learning in computing, in ways that complement teaching across all subjects. You’ll find out what is different about computing, ensuring that your assessment of programming knowledge and skills is accurate. You’ll also consider how to assess computational thinking – the key capability to solve problems using computers. Schools follow a diverse set of assessment policies and practices – this CPD recognises the different school contexts and guides participants to apply techniques and tools that work with, not against, the wider school ethos.

    This course will cover 5 Topics:

    Session 1: What are we assessing?

    Session 2: Evaluating the impact of assessment approaches.

    Session 3: Assessing programming.

    Session 4: Assessing computational thinking.

    Session 5: Assessment in the context of your school.

    These 5 sessions are the equivalent of a day of CPD.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Southampton Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 24 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    24 May 2022 - 24 May 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 25 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    25 May 2022 - 25 May 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

     

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 25 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    25 May 2022 - 25 May 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • SEND Workshop

    CPD

    • • 26 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    26 May 2022 - 26 May 2022
    08:30 - 11:45
    Springwell School, Hinkler Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO19 6DH
    £45.00

    This workshop gives you the opportunity to spend a morning in a primary special school setting. You will observe pupils in class and have the opportunity to discuss how your learning can be applied within mainstream schools. Focus areas will include strategies for supporting and communicating with pupils who have complex needs, managing behaviour positively, developing independence and assessing progress.

    This event is being held by Southampton Inclusion Partnership a Springwell School, Southampton.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 26 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    26 May 2022 - 26 May 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Making The Difference For Disadvantaged Pupils Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 26 May 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    26 May 2022 - 26 May 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £125.00

    South Central Teaching School Hub is delighted to partner with The HISP Research School to offer the Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils Programme to school leaders across Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

    Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils is one of the Education Endowment Foundation’s core programmes. This programme is designed to support school leaders in making evidence informed decisions regarding how best to support their disadvantaged pupils. Every school, their staff and their pupils, have been impacted in some way by Covid-19. And whilst schools have managed the crisis with characteristic care, determination and resilience, the disruption to learning will mean that many pupils will have fallen behind. Participants in this programme will be supported to:

    • Use a?tiered approach?for reviewing their whole-school Pupil Premium Strategy that meets the needs of all learners
    • Accurately identify key priorities within teaching & learning, targeted support and whole school strategies to tackle educational disadvantage in their context
    • Apply the principles of effective implementation to embed and sustain the processes, practices and programmes in their strategy
    • Monitor and evaluate the impact of their strategy to adapt / sustain approaches according to pupil needs

    For more information or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link.

    £125 - Price is for 2 delegates per school

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 1)

    Maths Hub

    • • 30 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    30 May 2022 - 30 May 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    1st Cohort will form 6 days in the School Holidays
    All sessions online 9am - 3pm

    21 February 2022
    22 February 2022
    11 April 2022
    12 April 2022
    30 May 2022
    31 May 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 1)

    Maths Hub

    • • 31 May 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    31 May 2022 - 31 May 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    1st Cohort will form 6 days in the School Holidays
    All sessions online 9am - 3pm

    21 February 2022
    22 February 2022
    11 April 2022
    12 April 2022
    30 May 2022
    31 May 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Year 7 - 11 Coherence Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 07 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    07 June 2022 - 07 June 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project focuses on teachers working together to analyse, deconstruct and trace through the curriculum a selected key topic area that may typically cause difficulty for pupils at GCSE.  Teachers will be supported to develop insight into effective teaching approaches, and consider the implications for longer term curriculum design, focussing on the impact of a coherent journey from year 7 – 11 to support long term depth in pupil understanding. 

    The project was previously known as Challenging Topics at GCSE, but its name has been amended to more accurately reflect the work undertaken as well as to convey the importance of curriculum coherence. 

    Who can take part? 

    Participants should be secondary school teachers of GCSE Maths. Individuals or ideally pairs of teachers from a department participate, with an expectation that they will work with other members of their department at appropriate points. 

    Schools that have participated in previous years may do so again, as developments often take place over time. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For further details and to book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Effective Learning Behaviours Training Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 07 June 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    07 June 2022 - 07 June 2022
    15:30 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £295.00

    A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterises ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.

    This suite of training is based upon the rich and diverse evidence base gathered in the EEF guidance reports. This course draws upon the evidence represented in multiple reports: improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning. Successful learning behaviours rely on layering these areas to wrap around each unique learner. Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts connect to build long-term protective factors which fosters deep learning and cultivates effective learners.

    Delegates will:

    • Develop a deep understanding of the best evidence available around learning behaviours
    • Be provided with the tools and processes to explore their school culture and practice
    • Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
    • Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
    • Consider the dynamic process and reciprocal influences needed to change a learning behaviour.

    This programme is suitable for Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it. Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions (either remotely or face to face), complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.

    Tickets - £295 for up to two people per school.

    To book your place, please follow the link below.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 09 June 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    09 June 2022 - 09 June 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 09 June 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    09 June 2022 - 09 June 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 09 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    09 June 2022 - 09 June 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Early Years

    Maths Hub

    • • 10 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    10 June 2022 - 10 June 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support Early Years teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  This Work Group will focus on number patterns and structures in early years, exploring the developmental trajectory for learning in counting and cardinality.  A key focus will be on improving the participants’ ability to “do” mathematics but also to ensure they have the appropriate pedagogical knowledge to teach their children well. 

    These programmes are designed for individuals who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths to three to five years olds. This may be particularly relevant for NQTs, teachers that have moved phases, or teachers that have not received maths-specific training for early years. 

     

    For further information and to book your place, please click the "more information" link below to go to our Solent Maths Hub site.

  • Supporting SEND Pupils In Inclusive Classrooms

    Maths Hub

    • • 10 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    10 June 2022 - 10 June 2022
    09:30 - 13:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This Work Group is new to the Solent Maths Hub this year, however it will build on previous SEND Work Groups that have been run in the past. Over a series of sessions, this group will work collaboratively to explore and trial ways of adapting teaching, so that students with SEND can be successful learners and make progress in Maths, alongside their peers.

    The sessions will raise teacher awareness and confidence, providing practical strategies to support students with a range of learning needs. Participants will share ideas to support identified students in their class and will use these to inform their teaching back in school.

    This group is suitable for KS3 and 4 Math's teachers, in mainstream schools, who have a number of learners with SEND in their class, particularly those teaching low-ability sets.

    What is involved?

    1 February 2022 - 1:30pm - 2:30 pm (Virtual)

    14 March 2022 - 9:30am - 3pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    26 March 2022 - 1:30pm - 3pm (Virtual)

    10 June 2022 - 9:30am - 1pm (Face to Face - Covid dependent)

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    For more information and to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below, which will take you to Solent Maths Hub's booking page.

  • Research Leads Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 14 June 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    14 June 2022 - 14 June 2022
    15:30 - 16:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This modular programme will involve a mix of synchronous and asynchronous training opportunities, including both self-directed time and time built into the course. The overall aim is for you to learn how to plan, carry out and evaluate a disciplined inquiry project so that in the future, you can support colleagues with putting research into practice.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 14 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    14 June 2022 - 14 June 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 15 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    15 June 2022 - 15 June 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

     

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 15 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    15 June 2022 - 15 June 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teaching Assistants (Portsmouth)

    Maths Hub

    • • 16 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    16 June 2022 - 16 June 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    The purpose of this project is to support primary teaching assistants (TAs) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in the maths classroom.  These programmes are designed for primary teaching assistants who are supporting maths, and who would like to develop their specialist knowledge for teaching maths. This may be particularly relevant for new TAs or TAs that have not received maths-specific training.

    This year the focus will be on the following mathematical areas:

    • What is effective in the learning and teaching of mathematics?

    • Number sense (part 1)

    • Number sense (part 2)

    • Additive reasoning

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Fractions.

    These sessions will all be online. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 16 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    16 June 2022 - 16 June 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Andover Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 17 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    17 June 2022 - 17 June 2022
    14:00 - 16:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN ANDOVER. (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Southampton Inclusion Partnership - SEND and Inclusion Conference

    CPD

    • • 21 June 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    21 June 2022 - 21 June 2022
    08:30 - 16:00
    Springwell School, Hinkler Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO19 6DH
    £99.00

    The Southampton Inclusion Partnership, in collaboration with the Local Authority and Educational Psychology Service present "Through the SEND Lens".

    SIPs Annual SEND & Inclusion conference is already in the planning stage, save the date and watch this space for updates. Keynote speakers will include Margaret Mulholland and Tim Cooke, experts in the SEND field.

    This conference will be delivered remotely via TEAMS, you are welcome to join for the whole day, or part of the day.

    To be attended by SENCos, HTs, Inclusion Leads and Governors with a responsibility for SEND. You are welcome to invite another colleague and SEND Governor free of charge.  Please ensure a booking is made on the SIP website so that they receive the link to join.

     

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Teachers (Southampton)

    Maths Hub

    • • 22 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    22 June 2022 - 22 June 2022
    13:30 - 16:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    This project is designed to support primary teachers in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  It will be particularly relevant for teachers that have moved phases or teachers that have not received maths-specific training.  

    Teachers will enhance their mathematics subject knowledge with an emphasis on the key structures in each mathematical area covered which include: 

    • Understanding the key elements that form number sense, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of addition and subtraction, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of multiplication and division, including precise language, structures and representations  

    • Understanding the forms of fractions, including precise language, structures and representations. 

    This Work Group will take place across 4 days.  There are 2 cohorts, please ensure you attend all dates in your group. 

    *If you are an NQT or early career teacher, you may be interested in our specialist knowledge for teacher maths sessions that are designed specifically for early career teachers. 

    For further information or to book your place, please click "More Info" below to visit the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Mathematical Thinking

    Maths Hub

    • • 22 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    22 June 2022 - 22 June 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    he stated aims of the KS4 Programme of Study are that, through working on the content, students should develop mathematical fluency, mathematical reasoning and problem solving. While mathematical thinking is a key feature of all of these, the focus of this Work Group is to support teachers in developing their understanding of mathematical thinking as it relates to problem-solving and reasoning, using practical task types to explore what it means for students to get better at mathematical thinking and what this looks like in the classroom. 

    The Work Group will: 

    • Offer teachers support so that they are better equipped to help all students develop their mathematical thinking, ultimately preparing them for the challenges of the GCSE and beyond 
    • Support teachers in understanding and using participation in a Work Group as the basis of collaborative continued professional development for themselves and within their department. 

    Who can take part? 

    This is for teachers of KS4 who want to further develop their understanding of developing mathematical thinking, and practical classroom strategies to explore these ideas. Participants are encouraged to lead developments from the Work Group in their own department and so should have the opportunity to do this effectively.  

    Departments that have already engaged with the Work Group have the opportunity to continue with the Work Group structure in order to explore further and think more deeply about supporting mathematical thinking in the classroom by participating in a second ‘deepening’ year. 

    PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. 

    ALL SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE BETWEEN 3:30 - 5:30PM. 
    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL.

    To book your space, please follow the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Making The Difference For Disadvantaged Pupils Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 23 June 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    23 June 2022 - 23 June 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £125.00

    South Central Teaching School Hub is delighted to partner with The HISP Research School to offer the Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils Programme to school leaders across Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

    Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils is one of the Education Endowment Foundation’s core programmes. This programme is designed to support school leaders in making evidence informed decisions regarding how best to support their disadvantaged pupils. Every school, their staff and their pupils, have been impacted in some way by Covid-19. And whilst schools have managed the crisis with characteristic care, determination and resilience, the disruption to learning will mean that many pupils will have fallen behind. Participants in this programme will be supported to:

    • Use a?tiered approach?for reviewing their whole-school Pupil Premium Strategy that meets the needs of all learners
    • Accurately identify key priorities within teaching & learning, targeted support and whole school strategies to tackle educational disadvantage in their context
    • Apply the principles of effective implementation to embed and sustain the processes, practices and programmes in their strategy
    • Monitor and evaluate the impact of their strategy to adapt / sustain approaches according to pupil needs

    For more information or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link.

    £125 - Price is for 2 delegates per school

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 23 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    23 June 2022 - 23 June 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 28 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    28 June 2022 - 28 June 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 30 June 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    30 June 2022 - 30 June 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Primary Early Career Teachers

    Maths Hub

    • • 04 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    04 July 2022 - 04 July 2022
    09:00 - 15:00
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    This project is new to the Maths Hub offer this year and is designed to support Early Career Teachers (teachers in their first two years of teaching) in developing specialist knowledge for teaching mathematics, thus enabling them to understand, teach and support pupils in maths in the classroom.  

    The aim of this community is to work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and will include lesson analysis and lesson design. 

    Participants will: 

    • plan and teach a carefully sequenced and coherent area of maths 

    • appreciate the key ideas underpinning the area of maths being taught 

    • understand key principles and approaches associated with teaching for mastery 

    • understand approaches to assess pupils’ prior learning, so that learning sequences take this into account 

    • make appropriate use of representations to expose the structure of the maths being taught. 

    • observe experienced teachers in Maths, analysing the pedagogy. 

     

    What is involved? 

    Participants will work deeply on one area of maths, drawing in the associated pedagogy, and activities will include lesson analysis and lesson design.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL SESSIONS ARE FACE TO FACE, MENTOR TO ATTEND 15/02/2022 SESSION.

    For more information, or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity ( Portsmouth Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 05 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    05 July 2022 - 05 July 2022
    09:30 - 15:00
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    ALL FACE TO FACE SESSIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN PORTSMOUTH (VENUE TO BE CONFIRMED)

    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • Year 5 - 8 Continuity (Southampton Cohort)

    Maths Hub

    • • 05 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    05 July 2022 - 05 July 2022
    13:30 - 15:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This project aims to strengthen the transition from primary to secondary school by focusing on curriculum and continuity over Years 5 to 8. Following the disruption to education caused by the Covid crisis, this transition is more crucial than ever.  Central to the Work Group is the promotion of cross phase communication between teachers to address issues of maths curriculum and pedagogical transition as distinct from pastoral considerations. A key feature will be understanding how best to prioritise key aspects of the curriculum to help ensure pupils have mastered the fundamental understanding and skills they need to underpin their progression through upper KS2 and into KS3. 

    Linked ‘families’ of schools are encouraged to take part: ideally teachers from secondary schools and some of their associated primary schools will work together.  Multi-academy trusts could encourage groups of their schools to take part, in order to support collaboration across the KS2-3 transition.   We will support schools to make links with their linked primary or secondary where possible. 

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 
    To book your space, or for further information, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths hub website.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 05 July 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    05 July 2022 - 05 July 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 05 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    05 July 2022 - 05 July 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Effective Learning Behaviours Training Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 06 July 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    06 July 2022 - 06 July 2022
    14:00 - 16:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £295.00

    A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterises ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.

    This suite of training is based upon the rich and diverse evidence base gathered in the EEF guidance reports. This course draws upon the evidence represented in multiple reports: improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning. Successful learning behaviours rely on layering these areas to wrap around each unique learner. Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts connect to build long-term protective factors which fosters deep learning and cultivates effective learners.

    Delegates will:

    • Develop a deep understanding of the best evidence available around learning behaviours
    • Be provided with the tools and processes to explore their school culture and practice
    • Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
    • Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
    • Consider the dynamic process and reciprocal influences needed to change a learning behaviour.

    This programme is suitable for Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it. Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions (either remotely or face to face), complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.

    Tickets - £295 for up to two people per school.

    To book your place, please follow the link below.

  • Secondary Subject Leadership Work Group

    Maths Hub

    • • 07 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    07 July 2022 - 07 July 2022
    14:00 - 16:30
    Face to Face (COVID Dependent)
    £0.00

    A key aim of the NCETM and Maths Hubs is to develop successful secondary mathematics departments that are well led and that provide ongoing subject professional development through collaborative working both within and between departments.

    The purpose of this programme is to offer focused support to secondary heads of department/subject leaders, to enable them to better understand and implement teaching for mastery approaches across their department, and to develop in their role as leaders of both pupil learning and teacher professional development. 

    Throughout this programme, heads of maths / subject leaders will be supported in reflecting on their vision, curriculum, policies, practices and development priorities. Teaching for mastery approaches in secondary maths will be modelled and explored, taking into account the contexts and needs of the participants

    ​PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKINGS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.

    DETAILS FOR ALL SESSIONS WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL. 

    Futher information and booking details can be found on the Solent Maths Hub website, please click the "More Info" Button below to visit their booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 07 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    07 July 2022 - 07 July 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 12 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    12 July 2022 - 12 July 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • Making The Difference For Disadvantaged Pupils Programme

    HISP Research School

    • • 14 July 2022
    • • 100 places remaining
    14 July 2022 - 14 July 2022
    16:00 - 17:00
    Online Event
    £125.00

    South Central Teaching School Hub is delighted to partner with The HISP Research School to offer the Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils Programme to school leaders across Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

    Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Pupils is one of the Education Endowment Foundation’s core programmes. This programme is designed to support school leaders in making evidence informed decisions regarding how best to support their disadvantaged pupils. Every school, their staff and their pupils, have been impacted in some way by Covid-19. And whilst schools have managed the crisis with characteristic care, determination and resilience, the disruption to learning will mean that many pupils will have fallen behind. Participants in this programme will be supported to:

    • Use a?tiered approach?for reviewing their whole-school Pupil Premium Strategy that meets the needs of all learners
    • Accurately identify key priorities within teaching & learning, targeted support and whole school strategies to tackle educational disadvantage in their context
    • Apply the principles of effective implementation to embed and sustain the processes, practices and programmes in their strategy
    • Monitor and evaluate the impact of their strategy to adapt / sustain approaches according to pupil needs

    For more information or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link.

    £125 - Price is for 2 delegates per school

  • Specialist Knowledge For Teaching Maths (SKTM) Secondary Non- Specialist Teachers (Cohort 2)

    Maths Hub

    • • 14 July 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    14 July 2022 - 14 July 2022
    16:15 - 17:30
    Online Event
    £0.00

    This programme is new to Maths Hub this year but is a continuation of the teacher subject specialism training (TSST) that was available in previous years through different institutions.  The programme is aligned to the NCETM teaching for mastery pedagogy and is based on six key themes:

    • Structure of the number system

    • Operating on number

    • Multiplicative reasoning

    • Sequences and graphs

    • Statistics and probability

    • Geometry.

    ​​Participants will explore these themes, supported by an experienced secondary practitioner.

    Participants will:

    • Explore and increase their use of a range of pedagogic approaches consistent with teaching for mastery

    • Increase their confidence in planning for progression in maths

    • Improve their subject and curriculum knowledge of secondary maths with a particular emphasis on mathematical structures in key areas.

    Who can take part?

    This programme is for non-specialist teachers of maths in state-funded schools who fit the following definition:

    'A non-specialist teacher of mathematics is ‘a teacher that is currently teaching some mathematics who has not undertaken initial teacher training (ITT) in mathematics’.

    If there is sufficient space in the cohort, other teachers of maths who do not fit this definition but would benefit from this support may also participate.​

    2nd Cohort
    All sessions online 4:15pm - 5:30pm

    06 January 2022
    27 January 2022
    10 February 2022
    03 March 2022
    24 March 2022
    07 April 2022
    12 May 2022
    19 May 2022
    09 June 2022
    14 June 2022
    16 June 2022
    23 June 2022
    28 June 2022
    30 June 2022
    05 July 2022
    07 July 2022
    12 July 2022
    14 July 2022

    For further details or to book your place, please click the "More Info" link below to go to the Solent Maths Hub booking page.

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 07 September 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    07 September 2022 - 07 September 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 08 September 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    08 September 2022 - 08 September 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 12 September 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    12 September 2022 - 12 September 2022
    10:00 - 15:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 13 September 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    13 September 2022 - 13 September 2022
    10:00 - 15:30
    Admiral Lord Nelson (OR) Trafalgar School - TBC
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 13 September 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    13 September 2022 - 13 September 2022
    10:00 - 15:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join, please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Behaviour & Culture (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 14 September 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    14 September 2022 - 14 September 2022
    10:00 - 15:30
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Behaviour and Culture (NPQLBC) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading behaviour and supporting pupil wellbeing in their school.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may manage a team of class teachers or tutors, as well as focussing on effective behaviour management and nurturing a culture of high expectations and learning within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with. The course curriculum ensures individuals can understand the relationship between all aspects of their role, how it can evolve and change over time and how to create and maintain an environment in which staff and pupils can thrive.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 19 September 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    19 September 2022 - 19 September 2022
    10:00 - 15:30
    Admiral Lord Nelson (OR) Trafalgar School - TBC
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 19 September 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    19 September 2022 - 19 September 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

     

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 20 September 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    20 September 2022 - 20 September 2022
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Behaviour & Culture (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 13 October 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    13 October 2022 - 13 October 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Behaviour and Culture (NPQLBC) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading behaviour and supporting pupil wellbeing in their school.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may manage a team of class teachers or tutors, as well as focussing on effective behaviour management and nurturing a culture of high expectations and learning within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with. The course curriculum ensures individuals can understand the relationship between all aspects of their role, how it can evolve and change over time and how to create and maintain an environment in which staff and pupils can thrive.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 13 October 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    13 October 2022 - 13 October 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teacher Development (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 13 October 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    13 October 2022 - 13 October 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teacher Development (NPQLTD) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading the development of other teachers in their school. They may have responsibilities for the development of all teachers across a school or specifically trainees or teachers who are early in their career.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role face multiple challenges and may indirectly manage a team of mentors or coaches, as well as supporting initial teacher training, early career teachers as well as the wider professional development of colleagues within a school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive.  The course curriculum ensures individuals can respond to challenges they may encounter in their role, and provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure educational growth and development.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Southampton Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 13 October 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    13 October 2022 - 13 October 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join, please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Leading Teaching (Portsmouth Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 13 October 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    13 October 2022 - 13 October 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Leading Teaching (NPQLT) is designed for teachers who have, or aspire to have, responsibilities for leading teaching in a subject, year group, key stage or phase.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role often manage a team of teachers and focus on supporting effective teaching across the school. They need to have expertise across several specialist areas and have a thorough understanding of the pupils and colleagues they work with, all while maintaining the highest professional conduct as set out in the Teachers’ Standards, to ensure staff and pupils can thrive. The NPQLT course curriculum includes subject-specific, phase-specific and domain-specific materials to enable participants to develop expert teaching practice within their relevant context. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 18 October 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    18 October 2022 - 18 October 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 19 October 2022
    • • 50 places remaining
    19 October 2022 - 19 October 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 02 November 2022
    • • 0 places remaining
    02 November 2022 - 02 November 2022
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 08 February 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    08 February 2023 - 08 February 2023
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 09 February 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    09 February 2023 - 09 February 2023
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 24 February 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    24 February 2023 - 24 February 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 01 March 2023
    • • 0 places remaining
    01 March 2023 - 01 March 2023
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

     

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 01 March 2023
    • • 0 places remaining
    01 March 2023 - 01 March 2023
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 03 April 2023
    • • 0 places remaining
    03 April 2023 - 03 April 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 24 April 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    24 April 2023 - 24 April 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 25 April 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    25 April 2023 - 25 April 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 15 May 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    15 May 2023 - 15 May 2023
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 16 May 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    16 May 2023 - 16 May 2023
    13:00 - 17:00
    HISP Learning Partnership Hub, Tanners Brook Primary School, Elmes Drive, Southampton, SO15 4PF
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 1)

    NPQs

    • • 18 May 2023
    • • 0 places remaining
    18 May 2023 - 18 May 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

     

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

     

    Bookings for this course have now closed. If you wish to join please look out for our Cohort 2 dates.

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 05 June 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    05 June 2023 - 05 June 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 07 June 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    07 June 2023 - 07 June 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Headship (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 10 July 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    10 July 2023 - 10 July 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a Headteacher or Head of School with responsibility for leading a school.

    The course curriculum develops skills that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, and to identify and address persistent and common issues in school leadership. It also provides a network, common language, and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book :

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25

  • NPQ Senior Leadership (Cohort 2)

    NPQs

    • • 11 July 2023
    • • 50 places remaining
    11 July 2023 - 11 July 2023
    15:30 - 17:30
    Live remote training course
    £0.00

    The National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL) is designed for school leaders who are, or aspire to be, a senior leader with cross-school responsibilities.

    Individuals working in this type of role need a depth of expertise across a number of specialist areas, maintain an ambitious vision for their schools and establish a learning culture and environment in which staff and pupils can thrive. The course curriculum develops skills and expertise that allow participants to be responsive to challenges they will encounter, as well as providing a network, common language and access to continuous debate to ensure growth and development. This Programme is brand-new and designed in partnership with schools and expert organisations, ensuring all content is up to date and relevant to help participants face the challenges and ambitions of school leaders today.

    How to book:

    1. Register with the DfE by 17 January 2022: https://register-national-professional-qualifications.education.gov.uk/ (Select Education Development Trust as the provider)
    2. Receive email link to the EDT Application Portal
    3. Complete online application by 17 January 2022

    More info can be found at: https://www.hispteachingschoolhub.org/page/?title=NPQs&pid=25