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18
18 Feb
DAYTIME Induction Course for New Governors Pt 1 (Tues 18 Feb 2020) AND Pt 2 (Tues 25 Feb 2020) (10.30 - 12.30)
This course is built around the core functions of the governing body, the responsibilities of school governors and the part that governors play in helping their schools to raise standards of educational achievement. The course covers: • the role of the individual governor and strategic corporate governance • the school system and the role of governing bodies in academies and maintained schools including federations and multi-academy trusts (MATs) • the core functions of a governing body • the key roles and legal responsibilities of the governing body • the different and complementary roles of governors and head teachers • the links between school self evaluation, school improvement planning and performance management • the characteristics of effective governing bodies • governing body self evaluation • Ofsted – the new framework from September 2019 • how to participate effectively as a governor in the life of the school • getting to grips with education jargon
25
25 Feb
KS1 Standardisation and Moderation in 2020 (Reading, Writing and Mathematics)
Shareen Wilkinson (née Mayers), new KS1 and KS2 moderation manager for Lambeth LA and Steph King (Primary Mathematics Adviser) will lead this training. Please note that this training is different to previous years as it draws on the latest Standards and Testing Agency's standardisation materials and will update schools on the changes to the moderation process this year in Lambeth LA. It is strongly recommended that at least one representative per school attends the training so that there is consistency across schools and clusters, especially if teachers are leading moderation sessions in schools. Delegates MUST bring evidence to support their teacher assessments of sample pupils in each subject to this training. This should mainly focus on pupils who are expected to be the expected standard or the greater depth standard (two pupils per subject). Further details about selecting the sample pupils and the assessment materials will be sent to the delegates nearer to the date of the session. However, the main aim of the session will be to focus on standardisation.
25
25 Feb
DAYTIME Induction Course for New Governors Pt 1 (Tues 18 Feb 2020) AND Pt 2 (Tues 25 Feb 2020) (10.30 - 12.30)
This course is built around the core functions of the governing body, the responsibilities of school governors and the part that governors play in helping their schools to raise standards of educational achievement. The course covers: • the role of the individual governor and strategic corporate governance • the school system and the role of governing bodies in academies and maintained schools including federations and multi-academy trusts (MATs) • the core functions of a governing body • the key roles and legal responsibilities of the governing body • the different and complementary roles of governors and head teachers • the links between school self evaluation, school improvement planning and performance management • the characteristics of effective governing bodies • governing body self evaluation • Ofsted – the new framework from September 2019 • how to participate effectively as a governor in the life of the school • getting to grips with education jargon
25
25 Feb
Designated Safeguarding Leads Forum (25 Feb 2020 - 14.00pm-16.00pm)
The County Lines discussion and risk to children will be led from colleagues in the Metropolitan Police. The discussion around DV and the MARAC will be led by VAWG colleagues. This will focus on domestic violence, risk to children and when to make a referral. There will be an emphasis on the Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC).
26
26 Feb
Challenge for All: Development Programme for School Leaders and Teachers
Session 1: Introduction to Challenge for All and the entitlement to a powerful curriculum. - What does challenge look like in the curriculum? - What are the principles of a challenging curriculum? Session 2: What is the difference between a novice and an expert? - What does cognitive Science tell us about how students learn? Session 3: How does retrieval practice lead to higher order learning? - Memory, cognitive load and retrieval practise – implications on the curriculum. Session 4: Why is fluency essential to problem solving and creativity? - A look into how focusing on fluency frees up attention to focus on higher order application. Session 5: How do we ensure our students become confident and knowledgeable speakers? - The importance of vocabulary within the curriculum. Session 6: What motivates students to learn? - How do we ensure the correct balance of struggle and success? What is the correct balance? Session 7: How do we ensure challenge for all in our schools? - How does this look in practice? Tying it all together and next steps.
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LSP Working Groups

Links Challenge For All
Links Raising The Game
Links Teach Lambeth
Links Strategic School Governance
Links Coordinating CPD & Training Offer
Links Working Together - Event Management