Why not join (virtually) our next Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 6)?

ConsultancyWorkshops

Feedback from our previous Primary Humanities Network meeting on Monday 18th May 2020 (https://create2inspire.co.uk/2020/05/20/virtual-primary-humanities-network-meeting-term-5/) revealed that many would like to explore the role and responsibilities of the Subject Leader further (including policy development), as well as considering what a progression of vocabulary in geography and history might look like. Thus, our next meeting will take these as foci and is …

Virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 5)

ConsultancyWorkshops

Since so many individuals were unable to attend our Primary Humanities Network meeting in mid-March and several e-mails from Subject Leaders had entered my inbox recently, I decided to offer a repeat of our previous session virtually by means of Zoom.  Not only was this attended by a number of regulars from across the county of Gloucestershire, but we were …

Regional Primary Geography Conference, Bowden Hall Hotel, Gloucester

ConsultancyCPD For Me

I do love this annual event!  Not only is it always incredibly inspiring, engaging and thought-provoking, but we are also supplied with plentiful refreshments throughout the day and treated to a delicious lunch on comfy sofas overlooking the beautifully kept grounds. This theme of this year’s conference was ‘Geographical skills and fieldwork – ensuring coverage and progression‘.   We were given …

Online Safety Mark Assessors’ Update Training

CPD For MeOnline Safety

Rodney Parade Stadium, home to Newport Gwent Dragons, called this morning; for an Online Safety Mark Assessors’ Update Training session and not for anything rugby-related, I hasten to add! After helping ourselves to refreshments, we were welcomed by Ron Richards and introduced to a number of representatives from South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL) (https://swgfl.org.uk/), namely David Wright, Andrew Williams, …

Al-Ashraf Secondary School, Gloucester

Consultancy

The ongoing school improvement support that I am giving the Head Teacher, Senior Leaders, Governors and staff at Al-Ashraf Secondary School in Gloucester is proving to be incredibly rewarding.  This small, Islamic, independent school received a visit from Ofsted last November and a number of areas for improvement were identified.  I have been conducting lesson observations and providing feedback to …