EYFS Cultural Diversity Training Day

CPD For Me

Time to be inducted by David Weatherly and Sheena Wright once again!  David Weatherly is a School Improvement Adviser and an accomplished teacher at all stages of learning.  He is author of the award-winning Primary Connected History and Primary Connected Geography schemes published by Harper Collins.  Sheena Wright is an EYFS Education Consultant and a former Local Authority Early Years Lead Adviser …

UK Safer Internet Centre/SWGfL: Online Safety Live – England

CPD For MeOnline Safety

Well, it was time to gain all the very latest regarding online safety from the highly informed and confident team at the UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC) and SWGfL. Online Safety Live events are open to all who work with children and young people and aim to provide the latest information relating to research, legislation, technology, tools and resources, along …

CPD: Tewkesbury District Partnership (TDP)

'What makes an effective Subject Leader (geography and history)?' - Part 1


Towards the end of Term 2, I was approached by Jane Farren, Head Teacher at Norton C of E Primary School and Co-Chair of the Tewkesbury District Partnership (TDP), to see if I was available to deliver two, virtual CPD sessions for Geography/History/Humanities Subject Leaders in local primary schools.  It was agreed to focus on ‘What makes an effective Subject …

UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC) in partnership with SWGfL, Childnet and IWF: Online Safety Live

CPD For MeOnline Safety

Despite attending Online Safety Day 2021 in September, I decided to also sign up to one of the UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC)’s (https://saferinternet.org.uk/) Online Safety Live events as they are always so enlightening and engaging.  You can never hear enough about staying safe online.  It is such a dynamic realm and really important to embrace every opportunity to stay up-to-date …

Not quite the same as face-to-face, but virtual does the job well for now!

Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 1; 2020-2021)


Thanks to Zoom, our first Primary Humanities Network meeting of this academic year was able to go ahead with the theme of ‘Assessment, including moderation of pupils’ work’.  After welcoming attendees, some familiar faces and several new ones, I outlined the aims and structure of the meeting: To begin with, I focused on the latest developments; not only items from …