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Centres for Excellence in SEND - Employer Spokes - National Grid Supported Employment - EmployAbility
Centres for Excellence in SEND - Employer Spokes - National Grid Supported Employment - EmployAbility (Code: C1324)

National Grid launched its Employability Supported Internship Programme in 2013 and has placed over 100 interns in the business. Mark Pickles MBE, Finance Business Programme Director at National Grid will take us through the following agenda whilst sharing tips on how businesses can start their own internship programmes:

  1. What is a Supported Internship and why are they so valuable?
  2. Benefits of National Grid's Supported Internship Programme
  3. Vital ingredients for success
  4. Insights from a Site Lead, Job Coach and intern Line Manager
  5. How to make it happen!
  6. Q&A
Centres for Excellence in SEND: Employer Spokes - The Manchester College's Pure Success with Supported Internships - Harnessing the Value of Third Sector Partnerships to Secure Positive Job Outcomes - led by NHS Trust
Centres for Excellence in SEND: Employer Spokes - The Manchester College's Pure Success with Supported Internships - Harnessing the Value of Third Sector Partnerships to Secure Positive Job Outcomes - led by NHS Trust (Code: C1355)

The focus of this conference, delivered in partnership with colleagues from Pure Innovations, will be to demonstrate how effective collaboration with the third sector can:

• help add capacity to existing teams

• provide a level of expertise and specialism which may be challenging for smaller and/or independent FE providers to offer

• deliver value for money

#CfEMLive22 - Mathematical Resilience (2 of 3)
#CfEMLive22 - Mathematical Resilience (2 of 3) (Code: C1414)

Join the CfEM Live 2022 series of online events which see maths practitioners from across England sharing and celebrating outcomes from their latest action research projects. There are a total of three events, each focusing on a different theme.

Today’s theme is Mathematical Resilience: helping learners overcome negative attitudes and the various ways teams and organisations have developed a culture in which everyone believes all students can achieve.


Please see here for further details of Day 1 (Teaching for Mastery) and here for Day 3 (Responsive Teaching)

#CfEMLive22 - Responsive Teaching (3 of 3)
#CfEMLive22 - Responsive Teaching (3 of 3) (Code: C1415)

Join the CfEM Live 2022 series of online events which see maths practitioners from across England sharing and celebrating outcomes from their latest action research projects. There are a total of three events, each focusing on a different theme. 

Today’s theme is Responsive Teaching: helping teachers value and build on students’ prior learning and address individual needs. 

Please see here for further details of Day 1 (Teaching for Mastery) and here for Day 2 (Mathematical Resilience).

#CfEMLive22 - Teaching for Mastery (1 of 3)
#CfEMLive22 - Teaching for Mastery (1 of 3) (Code: C1413)

Join the CfEM Live 2022 series of online events which see maths practitioners from across England sharing and celebrating outcomes from their latest action research projects. There are a total of three events, each focusing on a different theme. 

Today’s theme is Teaching for Mastery : enabling students to develop fluency and understanding of key ideas and mathematical structure.

Please see here for further details of Day 2 (Mathematical Resilience) and here for Day 3 (Responsive Teaching)

CfEM Masterclass 3: Writing Skills for FE Teacher-researchers
CfEM Masterclass 3: Writing Skills for FE Teacher-researchers (Code: C1336)

A one-hour, online Masterclass for action research leaders and teachers looking to widen their range of skills and knowledge relating to writing-up and disseminating their research.

This masterclass is part of a wider series.

CfEM Masterclass 4: Continuing Research After Your Current Programme Ends
CfEM Masterclass 4: Continuing Research After Your Current Programme Ends (Code: C1337)

Are you enjoying action research? Do you want to continue longer term? If the answer is a big "yes!", this Masterclass will raise your awareness of the range of options and opportunities available. A one-hour online masterclass for FE staff participating in action research who may want to do more research in future.

This masterclass is part of a wider series.

CfEM: Whole College Approach Events
CfEM: Whole College Approach Events (Code: C1424)

The long-term aim of the Whole College Approach programme is to support colleges with the development of approaches to planning and implementing organisational change that will lead to improved mathematics outcomes. The programme is led by the WCA team at the University of Nottingham. Colleges identify an area for improvement and are guided through a process to explore and address the problem, supported by self-assessment tasks and a ‘critical friend’.

Chairs Leadership Programme
Chairs Leadership Programme (Code: C1223)

The Chairs' Leadership Programme (CLP) includes a 1-day conference titled 'The Future of Work and Learning.' The conference brings together the entire alumni community across all CLP cohorts for an enriching peer learning and networking experience. Delivered at the Institute of Directors' flagship venue in London and streamed live online, the event is eligible for CPD hours and includes a range of high-profile keynote speakers including FE Commissioner Shelagh Legrave CBE, panel discussions and interactive workshops. To book your place, please click below.

 

Co-creation with local authorities, parents/carers and learners with SEND
Co-creation with local authorities, parents/carers and learners with SEND (Code: C1205)

Hear from our parent/carer community to understand the key principles of co-creation. We will explore our co-created work and how we are effectively improving our SEND community together.

Communities of Practice: An approach used to upskill SEND teachers and support staff in ensuring maths and English is 'Everyone's Business'
Communities of Practice: An approach used to upskill SEND teachers and support staff in ensuring maths and English is 'Everyone's Business' (Code: C1013)

Responding to suggestions from CfE in SEND members to offer a three-part focus group in sharing effective practice in developing maths and English skills of learners with SEND and upskilling staff.

This focus group aims to share the challenges and successes and how a new approach has been implemented over a two year period that has given all SEND teachers and support staff the confidence to develop the leaners skills across the curriculum as well as increasing success. This has ensured the development of maths and English is 'Everyone's Business'.


Communities of Practice: Mental Health and Wellbeing focus group
Communities of Practice: Mental Health and Wellbeing focus group (Code: C1032)

Responding to suggestions from the members we are offering a three-part focus group for mental health and wellbeing. This will provide a platform to support one another to learn and share in ideas, concerns, resources and best practice.  

Spaces will be limited to 12 and the sessions will not be recorded to enable free discussion.


Creating strategic Intent in your curriculum
Creating strategic Intent in your curriculum (Code: C0845)

Join us to review your curriculum provision in line with Ofsted's Education Inspection Framework. 

Review your Intent and ensure learners with SEND are at the heart of strategic intent. 

Creative writing in GCSE and the challenges
Creative writing in GCSE and the challenges (Code: C1236)

This interactive course will explore ways to build learners' confidence and resilience around creative writing. It explores strategies for supporting learners to see themselves as writers, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to spark their creativity and imagination (especially when working with GCSE style picture and word prompts) and produce writing which consciously develops theme and narrative perspective.

The course activities give participants the opportunity to try out and evaluate suggestions for creative writing activities for themselves before using them with learners.