Teaching and Learning Conference 2019 – Timetable

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Plan your day

Delegates who haven’t pre-booked their workshops can choose on the day from the sessions which still have places available.

08:30 – 09:00

Registration & Coffee

09:00

Welcome

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Heart and Soul – Rediscovering the PassionRev. Kate Bottley

10:10 – 11:00 Workshop Choice #1

Boys Don’t Try? Rethinking Expectations of Boys Matt Pinkett & Mark Roberts (T&L) – session is now FULL

Reciprocal Reading- Reflections on a EEF trial Gary Wootton (T&L)

Knowing and Remembering More Isabelle Arnett and Safia Kauser (T&L) – session is now FULL

Imagineering – The House by the Sea Hywel Roberts (P)

Striking the balance- Heart, Head and Hope in Leadership Karen Jones (L)

What I wish I knew when I started my leadership journey Sam Pocock (L)

Supporting students with SEN through Primary to Secondary and Secondary onwards transitions Katie Parlett (IN)

The expert teacher: preventing and managing challenging behaviour Prof Julian Elliott (IN) – session is now FULL

11:25 – 12:15 Workshop Choice #2

Storming the Citadel: a quest for cultural capital  Jenny Webb (T&L) – session is now FULL

“Weighing the pig doesn’t make it grow!” or does it? Mike Dearden (T&L)

Power-Up Spelling! Kelly Ashley (P)

Implementing comparative judgement  Amanda Gifford (P)

Putting staff wellbeing at the heart of school leadership  Sue Woodroofe and Dr Sarah Hattam (L)

Future Leaders – Preparing staff for the role of leadership Britta Wray (L)

The Dyslexia Debate and why it matters to teachers Prof Julian Elliott (IN) – session is now FULL

Understanding the Gap, rethinking strategies for disadvantaged students Louisa Enstone (IN) – session is now FULL

Direct instruction in the secrets of how to teach anything, with guaranteed success Kris Boulton (S)

12:20 – 13:10 Workshop Choice #3

Teacher in a cupboard Lisa Ashes (T&L)

Teaching in a Research Informed Classroom Rebecca Foster (T&L) – session is now FULL

Sit Less. Move More. How to activate your classroom Richard Allman (P)

Giving Work an Audience at Primary Glen Hopkins (P)

Compassionate moral leadership for sustained success Narinder Gill (L)

Autism from the other side Lyndsey Todd (IN) – session is now FULL

Making the most of worked examples – Craig Barton (S)

Cutting down A FOREST: A guide to teaching rhetoric – Matt Pinkett (S) – session is now FULL

Resin Casting – Phil Wickham (S)

Lunch

14:00 – 14:50 Workshop Choice #4

Practical ideas for every classroom Caron Downes (T&L) – session is now FULL

Systematic Learning Chris Curtis (T&L) – session is now FULL

The Wellbeing Carrot works better than a stick Chris Dyson (P)

An introduction to Philosophy for Children Laurence Hughes (P)

Making grammar meaningful and accessible Kully Richardson (P)

Behind the scenes – my first year as a head Sarah Carrie (L)

Managing a sudden bereavement Helen Stansfield (L)

Brilliant at heart – promoting passion, curiosity and creative thinking Chris Dodd (IN) – session is now FULL

But the mark scheme says…. – Tim Chadwick (S)

Resin Casting – Phil Wickham (S)

14:55 Closing Keynote

Memory and Desirable Difficulties – Craig Barton

16:00 End of conference


Workshops by category

Keynote speakers

Heart and Soul – Rediscovering the PassionRev. Kate Bottley

Memory and Desirable DifficultiesCraig Barton

Workshops

Teaching and Learning (T&L)

Reciprocal Reading- Reflections on a EEF trial – Gary Wootton

Boys Don’t Try? Rethinking Expectations of Boys – Matt Pinkett & Mark Roberts – session is now FULL

Systematic Learning – Chris Curtis – session is now FULL

Practical ideas for every classroom – Caron Downes – session is now FULL

Teacher in a cupboard – Lisa Ashes

Storming the Citadel: a quest for cultural capital – Jenny Webb – session is now FULL

“Weighing the pig doesn’t make it grow!” or does it? – Mike Dearden

Teaching in a Research Informed Classroom – Rebecca Foster – session is now FULL

Knowing and Remembering More – Isabelle Arnett and Safia Kauser – session is now FULL

Leadership (L)

Putting staff wellbeing at the heart of school leadership – Sue Woodroofe and Dr Sarah Hattam

Behind the scenes – my first year as a head – Sarah Carrie

Striking the balance- Heart, Head and Hope in Leadership – Karen Jones

What I wish I knew when I started my leadership journey  – Sam Pocock

Future Leaders – Preparing staff for the role of leadership – Britta Wray

Managing a sudden bereavement – Helen Stansfield

Compassionate moral leadership for sustained success – Narinder Gill

Primary and EYFS (P)

Imagineering – The House by the Sea  – Hywel Roberts

Sit Less. Move More. How to activate your classroom  – Richard Allman

The Wellbeing Carrot works better than a stick  – Chris Dyson

An introduction to Philosophy for Children   – Laurence Hughes

Giving Work an Audience at Primary  – Glen Hopkins

Power-Up Spelling!  – Kelly Ashley

Making grammar meaningful and accessible  – Kully Richardson

Implementing comparative judgement  – Amanda Gifford

Meeting individual student needs (IN)

The Lighthouse School – TransitionKatie Parlett

The Dyslexia Debate and why it matters to teachers – Prof Julian Elliott – session is now FULL

The expert teacher: preventing and managing challenging behaviour – Prof Julian Elliott – session is now FULL

Brilliant at heart – promoting passion, curiosity and creative thinking  – Chris Dodd – session is now FULL

Autism from the other side  – Lyndsey Todd

Understanding the Gap, rethinking strategies for disadvantaged students  – Louisa Enstone – session is now FULL

Subject-Specific (S)

Maths

But the mark scheme says…. – Tim Chadwick

Making the most of worked examples – Craig Barton

Direct instruction in the secrets of how to teach anything, with guaranteed success – Kris Boulton

English 

Cutting down AFOREST: A guide to teaching rhetoric – Matt Pinkett – session is now FULL

Storming the Citadel: a quest for cultural capital – Jenny Webb – session is now FULL

Reciprocal Reading- Reflections on a EEF trial – Gary Wootton

Design Technology

Resin Casting – Phil Wickham

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