Next Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 3)

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https://create2inspire.co.uk/2019/11/24/primary-humanities-network-meeting-gloucestershire-heritage-hub-2/ Feedback from attendees included: ‘Thank you for today, Emma; your enthusiasm and knowledge is inspiring.’ ‘Interesting resources; History Rocks!; Always spot on from you, Emma!’ ‘Very informative; helpful; thought-provoking.’ ‘Informative; good ideas for teaching; great access to resources.’ ‘Loved the starter activity!’ ‘Lots of ideas to implement and enhance history.’ ‘Ideas for promoting environmental awareness.  A great networking opportunity.’ …

Primary Humanities Network meeting, Gloucestershire Heritage Hub

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Our second meeting of this academic year, with the theme of  ‘Ofsted’s new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) and the 3Is – Part 2’, was again held at the newly refurbished Gloucestershire Heritage Hub (https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/heritage-hub), thanks to their very kind offer to host the event and supply complimentary refreshments.  Instead of being in the Dunrossil Centre, we were based in the Frith …

Edward Feild Primary School, Kidlington, Oxfordshire

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Well, it was certainly beyond county for me today; a trip to Kidlington, just north of the city of Oxford, to deliver some bespoke CPD on behalf of the Geographical Association (GA) (https://www.geography.org.uk/) (and not an easy or pleasant one given the snow and localised flooding). The remit that I was given from the GA prior to half-term was ‘To …

British Council Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning: Critical thinking and problem solving course (Day 1)

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Well, it was back to the recently refurbished and superb Gloucestershire Heritage Hub today; this time to deliver Day 1 of the British Council Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning: Critical thinking and problem solving course, as opposed to steering a Primary Humanities Network meeting.  This was the first time that I have delivered such training in Gloucester, so it was good …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting (one not to miss if feedback from our last meeting is anything to go by!)

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Come and join us! Feedback from attendees included: ‘Informative; helpful; interesting.  Thank you.’ ‘Thank you, Emma.  I’ve taken on geography and history this year.  Very informative and encouraging.  I feel that the EIF was explained clearly and lots of ideas given.’ ‘I have a better understanding of the word ‘intent’ and what I need to do within my curriculum area …

Ofsted’s new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) and the 3Is (intent; implementation and impact)

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It was back to school for me today; time to deliver training, based on Ofsted’s new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) and the 3Is (intent; implementation and impact), to all staff at Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls in Gloucester. Firstly, I introduced the aims of the session: To be more informed about the processes and procedures of inspection now undertaken by …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting – come along and be enthused and inspired!

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Feedback from attendees included: ‘Informative.  Practical.  Exciting.  Do-able.  Pertinent.’ ‘Useful ideas to use with children.  Inspiring.  Engaging ideas for pupils.  Fun.’ ‘Useful resources.  Interesting.  Emma is lovely.  Very enjoyable and helpful.  Can we have a longer session, please?’ ‘Wet!  Useful resources.  Lots to think about.’ https://create2inspire.co.uk/2019/06/12/primary-humanities-network-meeting-tom-roberts-adventure-centre-trac-near-newent-gloucestershire/ Our first session of 2019-2020 will take the theme of ‘Ofsted’s new Education Inspection …

CPD workshop (Let’s go on an awesome Arctic adventure, in conjunction with Wicked Weather Watch), The Royal High Preparatory School, Bath

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Well, Thursday morning saw the last of our CPD workshops for this academic year.  The venue was The Royal High Preparatory School in Bath, and being slightly beyond my usual working territory, meant several new faces. The aims and format of the session were shared with attendees at the outset. We then moved on to the ‘starter’, which looked at …