Back by popular demand … ‘Maps, maps and more maps!’ (Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting)

ConsultancyWorkshops

‘Informative; hands-on; varied; engaging; inspiring.’ (One participant’s ‘concluding comment’ at our previous meeting) https://create2inspire.co.uk/2018/11/14/primary-humanities-subject-leaders-network-meeting-sir-thomas-richs-school-strs-gloucester/ Due to demand, I shall be offering a repeat of the second session of this academic year, taking the theme of ‘Maps, maps and more maps!’. We will look at how maps can be used, both inside and outside the classroom, in the teaching and learning …

Come and join us! The more, the merrier! (Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting)

ConsultancyWorkshops

Come and join us! Gloucestershire’s newly established Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network ‘Inspiring; informative; engaging; different; fun.’ (One participant’s ‘concluding comment’ at our previous workshop) Following interest and demand from several schools/individuals, I have recently established a Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network for local teaching professionals.  It is intended to meet each term, on either a Monday or Tuesday afternoon (please feel free to …

Primary Humanities/Geography Subject Leaders’ Network meeting

Consultancy

High School for Girls (HSfG) in Gloucester kindly offered to host our second Primary Humanities/Geography Subject Leaders’ Network meeting, and what a warm welcome we received, accompanied by a vast array of delicious refreshments!  The turnout was very encouraging, especially for this time of year given that there are so many activities and events taking place both inside and outside …

Regional Primary Geography Conference, Gloucestershire

ConsultancyCPD For Me

I cannot believe that a year has gone by since the last Regional Primary Geography Conference.  It was lovely to see some familiar faces, as well as a few news ones, who have been assigned or have volunteered to take on board the Geography/Humanities Subject Leader role within their schools.  David Weatherly and I have regular contact by e-mail or …

Regional Primary History Conference (Bowden Hall Hotel, Gloucester)

'Planning a history curriculum to ensure continuity and progression from EYFS to Year 6.'

CPD For Me

It was great to see David Weatherly again.  David is a School Improvement Advisor with many years experience as an accomplished teacher and has an international reputation for being an inspiring trainer.  Whether working with teachers in schools or at CPD events, he always provides practical and achievable approaches to increasing the engagement and outcomes of pupils.  He writes learning …