Geographical Association (GA) In the Know webinar series

Consultancy

Following a break for half-term, it was time, once again, to reconvene for another webinar in this series of six linked to the Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know online resources. These webinars are a quick, easy and cost-effective means of updating your subject knowlege, whether you are a Geography Subject Leader, experienced classroom teacher, ECT or trainee. Further details about the series can be found by accessing …

Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know webinar series

(Webinar 5: Settlements)

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Our ‘real time’ audience was somewhat depleted this week; I think teachers were keen to enjoy some sunshine after school!  Nevertheless, a few individuals had sent apologies in advance of the session as they had school events to attend or were away …

Interweaving geography and history this afternoon!

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in ‘real time’ and for listening/viewing when time allows.  If you have yet to attend one of the webinars, but wish to discover more, then further …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in real time and for listening/viewing when time allows.  If you have yet to attend one of the webinars, but wish to discover more, then further …

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in real time and for listening/viewing when time allows.  If you have yet to attend one of the webinars, but wish to discover more, then further …

Curriculum development (Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls, Gloucester)

Consultancy

I was thrilled to receive the below e-mail in my inbox a couple of weeks ago: ‘… Good news to share!  After a stressful few days and sleepless nights, we received extremely positive feedback yesterday and were awarded good judgements in all areas. This is indeed a big achievement for our school community and your input has been significant in …

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 …

‘Let’s go an awesome, Arctic adventure’, Wicked Weather Watch (WWW) and The Crypt Teaching School, Gloucester

ConsultancyWorkshops

 Yes, it was off to the Arctic again, but this time in much more challenging circumstances, with 90+ pupils and their teachers and TAs from seven, very different, local primary schools.  The Crypt Teaching School very kindly offered to host the event and I was well supported by my usual contingent from the charity, Wicked Weather Watch, and highly competent …

Symposium

University of Worcester

Consultancy

Maggie Andrews, Professor of Cultural History at the University of Worcester, invited me to speak at a symposium that she was organising, entitled ‘Children in WW1: Histories and engagements’, during the afternoon of Monday 8th May 2017. The remit was to deliver a presentation, of approximately 20 minutes in length and aimed at undergraduate and post-graduate students, about our recent WW1 …