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Professional Development

The Chelmsford Teaching Schools Alliance (CTSA) aims to draw on expertise from across the Teaching Schools Alliance to support individuals at every stage of their career in education.

Here you will find information about training courses and events you can take part in and book on to one of our courses via our online booking form.

 

DETAILS OF OUR 2020 – 2021 PROGRAMME CAN BE FOUND BELOW AND BOOKINGS CAN NOW BE MADE USING THE ONLINE BOOKING FORM OR BY CONTACTING LISA WEATHERHEAD ON ADMINCTSA@NEWLANDSSPRING.ESSEX.SCH.UK.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TRAINING SESSIONS DURING THE AUTUMN TERM WILL BE DELIVERED VIRTUALLY WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ANY PAEDIATRIC FIRST AID TRAINING.

 

Our Courses

  • Early Years Updates Programme Open Close

    About the Session:

    Programme Objectives:

    This programme is designed to develop the skills and knowledge of EYFS practitioners.  They will have the opportunity to work with other schools and practitioners and learn about curriculum development, assessment & recommended resources and practice from the respective settings. Delegates will also consider the use of evaluation and other data to plan improved provision.

     

    At each session delegates will be provided with:

    • Up-to-date information on current EYFS developments and national & local issues.
    • Opportunities for discussion & the sharing of practice and strategies.
    • A focus on one core CPD theme ( see below).
    • Opportunities to explore practice & practical activities and resources to support teaching of the specific core theme in both indoor and outdoor environments.
    • Discussion around the use of tools to audit the effectiveness of practice & provision and share research and further reading

     

    Core CPD Themes

    Session 1

    Expressive Arts and Design & approaches to Formative Assessments

    Session 2

    Physical Development & approaches to Sustained Shared Thinking

    Session 3

    Music & approaches to storytelling

     

    Facilitator:

    Amanda James

    Lead Consultant, EYITT Programme

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 : 9th October 2020

    Session 2: 17th March 2021

    Session 3: 23rd June 2021

    All sessions are between 1.00 – 3.30 p.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Newlands Spring
    Chelmsford
    Essex
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    EYFS Leaders & Practitioners

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Early Years Updates Programme 2020-2021

  • NQT and New to Y2 - Preparing for KS1 Tests and Teacher Assessments (CTSA Member Schools Only) Open Close

    About the Session:

    This course is intended for Year 2 teachers, including NQTs, who are new to administering or coordinating end of Key Stage 1 assessments. Some more experienced teachers may also feel that it is important to update their knowledge and understanding.

    The course will provide opportunities to become familiar with the current statutory regulations in relation to end of Key Stage 1 assessments and discuss related issues. In particular schools need to ensure they are aware of national criteria and standards when making level judgements. Therefore the course will also include opportunities to discuss and moderate nationally agreed samples of children’s work.

    Facilitator:

    Jane Downes – Juniper Education

    Date and Time:

    10th February 2021

    9.30 am – 12.00 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Newlands Spring
    Chelmsford
    Essex
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    NQTs & Teachers new to Year 2 in CTSA member schools

    Course Fee:

    £70 per delegate

    See attached flyer

    New to Year 2 2020-2021

  • NQT and New to Y6 - Preparing for KS2 Tests and Teacher Assessments (CTSA Member Schools Only) Open Close

    About the Session:

    This course is intended for Year 6 teachers, including NQT’s who are new to administering or coordinating end of Key Stage 2 assessments. Some more experienced teachers may also feel that it is important to update their knowledge and understanding.

    The course provides opportunities to become familiar with the current statutory requirements in relation to end of Key Stage 2 assessments and to discuss related issues. In particular schools need to ensure they are aware of national criteria and standards when making level judgements in Writing. Therefore the course will also include opportunities to discuss and moderate nationally agreed samples of children’s work.

    Facilitator:

    Theresa Pierce – Juniper Education

    Date and Time:

    10th February 2021

    1.30 – 4.00 p.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Newlands Spring
    Chelmsford
    Essex
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    NQTs & Teachers new to Year 6 in CTSA member schools

    Course Fee:

    £70 per delegate

    See attached flyer

    New to Year 6 2020-2021

  • Level 4 Award in Supporting Children & Young People with Speech, Language & Communication Needs Open Close

    Content of the Session:

    We are delighted to offer this programme in partnership with Eastern Partnership UK (SEND) and Gateway Qualifications.

    The programme will enable participants to develop their knowledge and confidence and practical skills in supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication needs.

    The qualification is suitable for practitioners working in support roles and is open to those in all phases of education; early years, primary and secondary and post 16.

    On successful completion participants will gain a Level 4 award in supporting children and young people with speech, language and communication needs and 6 level 4 credits from Gateway Qualifications. Participants will take away an exciting portfolio of work. The qualification can be accessed online via laptop/tablet/phone.

    The qualification is being offered in partnership with Essex Local Authority and Eastern Partnerships. The qualification is being offered via a blended learning pathway, with access to the online course materials and two workshop sessions. The workshop sessions will be delivered via an online meeting platform. Should current government policy change, the second session may be offered face to face.

    You should register for accreditation purposes with Eastern Partnerships using this link. Once your place on the course has been confirmed by them, they will forward your details to the Chelmsford Teaching Schools Alliance and Essex Local Authority.

     

     

    Facilitator:

    Jacky Wragg (Face to Face sessions) & Eastern Partnerships (online)

    Date and Time:

    First Face to Face Session (to be delivered virtually)

    14th October 2020 between 9.30 – 11.30 a.m

     

    Second Face to Face Session (may also be delivered virtually)

    2nd December 2020 between 9.30 – 11.30 a.m.

    Venue: (Face to Face Sessions)

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Newlands Spring
    Chelmsford
    Essex
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    Support Staff, Teachers & SENCOs

    Course Fee:

    £195 per delegate

    Please see attached flyer

    Level 4 Award SLCN 2020 – 2021 – Eastern Ptnr Flyer

  • The Complete Guide to Spelling for KS2 Teachers Open Close

    Course Objectives

    • To understand how the English spelling system works.
    • To know the key strategies in teaching spelling.
    • To know how to support the spelling of lower attainers.

    Spelling is one of the most difficult aspects of writing to teach successfully and it can hamper even the keenest writer. This half day course explores how spelling works in English and how this affects the way it can be successfully taught to create ‘intelligent spellers’. The key strategies that can be embedded in the KS2 classroom will be explained, and there will be a particular focus on identifying and dealing with the common issues in lower attaining writers

     

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond

    Date and Time:

    24th February 2021

    9.15 a.m. – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue: (Face to Face Sessions)

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Newlands Spring
    Chelmsford
    Essex
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    Teachers / LSAs  – Primary Phase

    Course Fee:

    £60 for CTSA Members

    £75 for Non Members

    Please see attached flyer

    Spelling for KS2 Teachers 2020 – 2021

  • First Aid (2 day Certified Course) - Paediatric/Adult/Child Open Close

    Course Content:

    This course is designed to teach those working with children and babies the correct first aid procedures to be applied when faced with a variety of injuries/conditions. Some areas also include procedures for adults. Topics covered include responding appropriately to choking, shock, anaphylactic shock, suspected fractures and bleeding. Resuscitation techniques will also be covered, and recognising and responding to the emergency needs of children with chronic medical conditions including epilepsy, asthma and diabetes.  A full syllabus is detailed below.
    Upon reaching a competent standard in all units (assessment will be ongoing throughout the training) each student will receive a certificate of attainment. The certificate is valid for 3 years from the date of completion of the course.

    There will be practical activities so comfortable clothes should be worn. Females should wear trousers.

    Syallabus

    Administration of medications
    Diagnosis
    Shock
    Body check for injuries
    Resuscitation – adult, child & baby
    Asthma
    Burns
    Upset Stomach
    Anaphylactic shock
    Foreign Objects – swallowed, ears, nose & eyes
    Accident Books
    Sickle Cell Anaemia
    Fractures
    Playground first aid
    Principles of First Aid
    Priority of treatment
    Unconsciousness
    Strains & Sprains
    Choking- adult, child & baby
    Fainting
    Compression
    Diabetes
    Bleeding – minor, severe
    Displaced Tooth
    Extremes of temperature
    Squashed Fingers
    Insect stings
    Splinters
    Concussion
    Epilepsy
    Meningitis
    Hygiene
    Common Ailments
    First Aid Kits
    Poisons
    Question and answer session

    Facilitator:

    Frinton Training Services

    Date and Time:

    Dates to follow shortly – Spring 2021

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Teaching and Support Staff

    Course Fee:

    Members: £135

    Non members: £150

  • Computing & Online Safety Leader Updates Open Close

    About the Session:

    Programme Outline:

    The session will include strategies to identify and implement improvement to teaching and learning of computing, online safety and the implementation of education technology. Subject Leaders will be provided with the latest news and developments, both locally and nationally.

    There will be time for discussion, training and review of resources to ensure computing & online safety subject leaders have a toolkit of resources to meet the needs of the curriculum and responsibilities under Keeping Children Safe in Education and the Prevent duty.

     

    Programme Objectives:

    • to develop the skills and knowledge of the computing & online safety subject leader.
    • to consider how teachers’ subject knowledge and skills are audited and developed.
    • to discuss current developments in computing & online safety.
    • to address intent in curriculum policies and the mapping of progression.
    • to improve subject knowledge and approaches to auditing and development of skills.
    • to provide up-to-date information on local and national issues.
    • to offer opportunities for schools to work together and learn from each other on curriculum development, assessment and resources.
    • to give an overview of new and emerging technologies in computing and for use across the curriculum.
    • to support leadership roles in monitoring and evaluation.

     

    Facilitator:

    Dave Smith (Havering Education Services)

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 14th October 2020

    Session 2 –  3rd February 2021

    Session 3 – 9th June 2021

    All sessions will be held between 1.00 p.m and 4.00 p.m

    Venue:

    Newland Springs Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    Computing & Online Safety Subject Leaders (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Computing Updates 2020-2021

  • Science Subject Leader Development Sessions Open Close

    About the Session:

    During the sessions you will be exploring many things, including how to:

    • Increase progress in children’s scientific knowledge and understanding and their skills of working scientifically.
    • Create practical science lessons that excite and engage children and are easy to resource.
    • Use different types of scientific enquiry to answer questions, including those generated by the children.
    • Identify the science in real-life contexts.
    • Teach the tricky science concepts including climate change.
    • Deepen children’s learning in science so they can demonstrate mastery.
    • Use problem solving to enable children to apply their scientific knowledge and understanding.
    • Know what Ofsted expect of primary school science, including during inspections and leading deep dives.

    Each session explores activities and aspects of science requested by subject leaders. Plus, it’s a great way to find out what your colleagues are doing in their schools – there is always someone who can give you an idea or two.

    Facilitator:

    Jeremy Crook

    Date and Time:

    Session 1:  7th October 2020

    Session 2:  24th February 2021

    Session 3:  16th June 2021

    All sessions are between  1.00 p.m – 4.00 p.m

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Science Subject Leaders (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Science Subject Leader Updates 2020 -2021

  • Maths & English Subject Leader Updates - with Jonathan Bond & Gill Haysham (Joint Sessions) Open Close

    About the Session:

    Aims of the Sessions:

    • To develop the skills of the subject leader.
    • To increase leaders’ subject knowledge of maths and English.
    • To update subject leaders on current developments in maths and English.

    Course Content:

    This programme of termly updates aims to give subject leaders a chance to meet together, build up their knowledge and leadership skills, and remain abreast of local and national news, materials and resources.

    Sessions will include the sharing of local and national materials and resources supporting our developing understanding of English and mathematics mastery practice. Sessions will also cover, when appropriate, any developments in KS1 & 2 testing, assessment and Ofsted.

     

     

     

     

     

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond & Gill Haysham

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 1st October 2020

    Session 2 – 13th January 2021

    Session 3 – 21st April 2021

     

    All sessions will be held between 9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Maths & English Subject Leaders

    (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Maths & English Updates 2020 -2021

     

     

  • Maths Subject Leader Updates - with Gill Haysham (Single Subject Sessions) Open Close

    About the Session:

    Aims of the Sessions:

    • To develop the skills of the subject leader.
    • To increase leaders’ subject knowledge of maths.
    • To update subject leaders on current developments in maths.

    Course Content:

    The course content will be the same as the Maths and English Joint sessions; however the stand-alone sessions will allow more time for discussion and in depth exploration of the topics covered as well as some additional content.

    Facilitator:

    Gill Haysham

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 30th September 2020

    Session 2 – 27th January 2021

    Session 3 – 5th May 2021

     

    All sessions will be held between 9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All Maths Subject Leaders

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Maths & English Updates 2020 -2021

  • English Subject Leader Updates - with Jonathan Bond (Single Subject Sessions) Open Close

    About the Session:

    Aims of the Sessions:

    • To develop the skills of the subject leader.
    • To increase leaders’ subject knowledge of English.
    • To update subject leaders on current developments in English.

    Course Content:

    The course content will be the same as the Maths and English Joint sessions; however the stand-alone sessions will allow more time for discussion and in depth exploration of the topics covered as well as some additional content.

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond

    Date and Time:

    Session 1 – 23rd September 2020

    Session 2 – 20th January 2021

    Session 3 –  28th April 2021

     

    All sessions will be held between 9.15 – 11.45 a.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All English Subject Leaders

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    Maths & English Updates 2020 -2021

  • School Assessment Leader Updates (CTSA Member Schools only) Open Close

    About the Session:

    Programme Objectives:

    School Assessment Leaders (SALs) Update Meetings are focused on both the assessment of learning and assessment for learning.

    The first focus ensures that SALs are as up-to-date as possible in their knowledge and understanding of statutory assessment requirements. As well as disseminating this information, the Course Tutors will provide the names of useful publications and websites to support delegates. Course Tutors also encourage delegates to ask questions and discuss current issues so that they can return to their schools as fully informed as possible.

    The second focus on assessment for learning will include sharing of latest research, presentation of case studies and often the invitation to course delegates to share and discuss with their colleagues. This last aspect is regarded as particularly valuable as a networking tool that enables delegates to develop their assessment skills in a very supportive environment.

    Facilitator:

    Theresa Pierce & Jane Downes

    Date & Time:

    Session 1 – 11th November 2020

    Session 2 – 3rd March 2021

    Session 3 – 6th May 2021

     

    All sessions will be held between 9.30 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Target Audience:

    All School Assessment Leaders

    (Primary Phase)

    Course Fee:

    £60 per delegate per session

    or

    £150 for all three sessions

    Please see attached flyer

    School Assessment Leader Updates 2020 -2021

  • Recently Qualified Teacher Programme Open Close

    About the Session:

    This successful programme for recently qualified teachers initially designed by the Eastern Leadership Centre is once again being offered to primary and secondary teachers in our locality.

    With a focus on reflective practice, discussion and a coaching style the programme is centred around three twilight sessions with associated inter-sessional activities:

    Session 1:

    Great Teaching – becoming an expert practitioner in the classroom.

    • What makes great teaching? OFSTED criteria and sharing good practice.
    • Methods of reflection to support development as a great teacher.

    Session 2:

    Leading Learning – developing yourself as a leader.

    • Exploring what makes a good leader.
    • Identifying my current leadership strengths and areas for development.
    • Understanding the use of reflection, growth mindset and emotional intelligence as part of the learning journey to become an effective leader of learning.

    Session 3:

    Forgoing ahead – pathways to further success for you and others.

    • Developing social awareness and relationship management to develop teams.
    • Dealing with difficult conversations.
    • Overcoming obstacles to success.

    Facilitator:

    Gemma Woolley (Assistant Head Teacher, Chelmer Valley High School)

    Date & Time:

    Session 1 : 11th November 2020

    Session 2 : 27th January 2021

    Session 3 : 24th March 2021

     

    All sessions will be held between 4.00 -5.30 p.m.

    Venue:

    Chelmer Valley High School

    Court Road

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 7ER

    Target Audience:

    Primary & Secondary teachers in their 2nd – 5th year of teaching

    Course Fee:

    Free to all Mid Essex Schools

    Please see attached flyer

    RQT Programme 2020 -2021

  • Beyond Differentiation - Adapting Teaching in English and Maths Open Close

    This one-day joint maths and English course focuses on how to make your teaching ‘Ofsted-ready’ by leaving behind traditional differentiation and focusing instead on adapting teaching for mastery.

    Aims of the session

    • To understand the differences between traditional differentiation and the ‘adapting teaching’ approach.
    • To understand the ‘adapting teaching’ approach in the context of mastery.
    • To know a range of practical strategies which can be used to adapt English and maths teaching.

    Content of the session 

    The research underpinning the new Ofsted framework clearly signals a move away from traditional differentiation towards a new ‘adaptation of teaching’ approach. This one-day course focuses on how to make your English and maths teaching ‘Ofsted-ready’ and will explain the differences in the two approaches. Furthermore, participants will explore a wide range of practical strategies to adapt their teaching of writing, reading and mathematics which they can implement straight away in their own classrooms

    **PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A REPEAT OF OUR 2019-2020 COURSE**

    Facilitators

    Gill Haysham & Jonathan Bond

    Date and Time

    21st October 2020

    9.00 am – 3.30 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School
    Dickens Place
    Chelmsford
    CM1 4UU

    Audience:

    Maths & English Subject Leaders

    All Primary Phase teaching staff

    Fee:

    £100 for CTSA Members

    £150 for non-members

    Please see attached flyer

    Beyond Differentiation 2020-2021

  • Mastery in Maths for LSAs Open Close

    Course Objectives

    Mastery pedagogy works on the principle that all learners will meet age-related expectations. Great teachers will support some learners as well as challenging others and deploying the LSA in supporting this practice is key. We will consider adaptation models of teaching, how tasks can be adapted to meet different needs, and good practice in modelling, questioning and supporting the teacher to achieve high expectations for all learners.

    This course will consider the role of the LSA in a mastery classroom. We will explore how LSAs can fully support mastery teaching and learning and will discuss the many roles and skills that could be implemented to support the class teacher. We will encourage LSAs to reflect on how they are deployed and to be confident in taking a more proactive approach.  A model of ongoing, school-based professional learning will be encouraged so that learning is based specifically around the needs of the pupils being worked with so that every child can reach their full potential.

     

     

    Facilitator:

    Gill Haysham

    Date & Time:

    16th October 2020

    9.30 am – 12.00 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Audience:

    Primary Phase LSAs

    Fee:

    £60 for CTSA Members

    £75 for non members

    Please see attached flyer

    Mastery in Maths for LSAs

  • Teaching Reading to Lower Attainers (How to get them back on track) Open Close

    Session Objectives

    • To understand the barriers to learning in lower attaining readers.
    • To be able to diagnose reading difficulties.
    • To be able to teach children to overcome barriers to learning in reading.

    Ofsted’s new focus on the reading of lower attainers in the primary school will be a feature of every inspection. This half day course enables teachers to identify exactly where barriers are occurring and offers advice about how to aid pupils in overcoming these obstacles. Decoding (including phonics), fluency and basic comprehension will all be discussed. This is a very practical course and attendees will leave with a full understanding of how to support those in their class who find reading a struggle.

     

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond

    Date & Time:

    10th March 2021

    9.15 – 11.45 am

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Audience:

    KS2 Teachers

    Fee:

    £60 for CTSA Members

    or

    £75 for Non-CTSA members

    Please see attached flyer

    Teaching Reading to Lower Attainers

  • Phonics for KS2 Teachers Open Close

    Course Objectives

    • To understand the phonic system and the terminology involved.
    • To understand the role of phonics in the KS2 curriculum.
    • To know how to support pupils with their phonics in KS2.

    With Ofsted’s current focus on phonics and supporting it with lower attainers further up the primary school, this one-day course will explain phonics ‘from scratch’, its role in KS2 and practical methods to support it with struggling readers and spellers.

    We know that there are children in KS2 with gaps in their phonic knowledge. The longer this persists the harder it becomes to bridge the gap which will mean children may struggle to access the wider curriculum. This session will help you to bridge that gap and is especially designed for KS2 teachers who have not taught phonics for a while or who lack confidence in this key area. Phonological awareness, phonics, terminology and basic procedures will all be explained and teachers will leave with a full understanding of phonics and a knowledge of how they can incorporate it into their daily practice.

    Facilitator:

    Jonathan Bond

    Date & Time:

    4th November 2020

    9.30 am  – 3.30 pm

    Venue:

    Newlands Spring Primary School

    Dickens Place

    Chelmsford

    Essex

    CM1 4UU

    Audience:

    KS2 Teachers

    Fee:

    £100 for CTSA Members

    or

    £150 for Non-CTSA members

    Please  see attached flyer

    Phonics for KS2 Teachers

  • Secondary NQT Conferences 2020 - 2021 Open Close

    Programme Outline

    These sessions for NQTs in Secondary Schools, are personalised to meet the needs of the NQTs and address aspects of all of the Teaching Standards. They will provide opportunities for delegates to:

    • Further develop their understanding of teaching and learning and related issues.
    • Develop professional relationships with colleagues from other schools.
    • Reflect on their learning to date and plan for their continued professional development.

    All sessions are led by school based practitioners and as well as a focus on the specific topic area, they also include an open networking opportunity where NQTs will be able to share concerns and seek advice from an experienced colleague. These sessions are an excellent way to share good practice and for NQTs to form the habit of becoming lifelong learners.

    SESSION DETAILS:

    Session 1: Welcome & Behaviour for Learning

    Session 2: Communicating with Parents

    Session 3: Safeguarding. Supporting Student Mental Health Issues

    Work / Life Balance & Mental Well-Being

    Session 4: Assessment, Marking & Feedback for Progress

    Evidence Learning

    Session 5: Adapting teaching and the curriculum to respond to the needs of all pupils,

    Session 6: SEND Workshop

    Session 7: Moving forward to Year 2

    Celebration of the Year

     

    Please note that all sessions will include time at the end where NQTs can raise/explore individual issues with the session leaders.

     

     

    Facilitator:

    Session 1: Catherine Cusick

    Session 2: Lisa-Marie Smith

    Session 3: Jo Morten-Brown

    Session 4: Laura Wigglesworth

    Session 5: Safia Hammoudi

    Session 6: Karen Clark / Tracey Plane

    Session 7: Gemma Woolley

    Date, Time & Venue:

    Session 1: Notley High School @ 4.00 – 5.30 pm

    Session 2: Newlands Spring School @ 2.00 – 3.30 pm

    Session 3: Notley High School @ 4.00- 5.30 pm

    Session 4: Boswells School @ 4.00 – 5.30 pm

    Session 5: Chelmer Valley High School @ 4.00 – 5.30 pm

    Session 6: Columbus School & College @ 2.00 – 3.30 pm

    Session 7: Chelmer Valley High School @ 2.00 – 4.30 pm

     

    Course Fee:

    Programme FREE to NQT’s in Mid Essex

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