• The 2019/2020 buy back for schools has begun !

  • The 2019/2020 buy back for schools has begun !

  • The 2019/2020 buy back for schools has begun !

  • Lewisham Learning - seeking Director and Independent Chair

  • The 2019/2020 buy back period coming to a close

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Training & Events

26
26 Mar
Becoming a Childminder Briefing
This session will provide you with an opportunity to: Find out about what is involved in becoming a registered childminder, including what is required by OfSTED (which is the government department responsible for registering and inspecting childminders); Hear about the process for applying to register as a childminder on the Early Years Register; and begin to network with other prospective childminders. Find out about the courses available to you through STEEP to support you in becoming a Registered Childimnder.
26
26 Mar
Lewisham Childminder Network Forum – NORTH
NORTH– (Blackheath, Ladywell, Lee Green, Lewisham, Brockley, Evelyn, New Cross, Telegraph Hill)
28
28 Mar
Unconscious Bias
Unconscious (or implicit) biases are learned stereotypes that are automatic, unintentional, deeply engrained, universal, and able to influence behaviour. Unconscious bias training courses are designed to expose people to their unconscious biases, provide tools to adjust automatic patterns of thinking, and ultimately eliminate discriminatory behaviours. The reality is that all of us can harbour unconscious biases that can all too easily cause discrimination and inequality.
28
28 Mar
Raising attainment and wellbeing through Forest School provision
What is the course about? This is a two hour Walk and Talk session focussing on features of Forest Schoool provision and the impact of tbis approach on children's learning, progress and achievement. Hosted by the staff of Pound Park Nursery School - a STEEP founding member
28
28 Mar
Developing mathematical understanding - challenging all pupils. SESSION 10
A practical, hands-on session to explore ways to enable young learners to engage with and explore the 'building blocks' behind mathematical concepts in order to secure progress in maths. The session will: • Provide numerous examples of ways to contextualise mathematical concepts • Explore a range of resources and examine their role in developing pupil understanding • Explore the idea of mathematical mastery and how it relates to the progress of all pupils NQTs will: • Build a bank of practical strategies to develop mathematical understanding, adaptable for use in their own classroom • Develop deeper subject knowledge and understand it's importance when sequencing mathematics lessons • Be able to incorporate the effective use of dialogue and questioning to enable deeper learning