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Thumb Improving Outcomes Through Extra-Curricular Activities Course
Teacher Development Trust(from 3 reviews)

EFFECTIVE COMMISSIONING. An invitation to schools and VCS organisations providing ECA. Supported by the Department for Education, we are able to offer FREE professional development training and peer-to-peer support seminars for school, LA staff and voluntary and community sector (VCS) providers of Extra-Curricular Activities (ECA). The training and seminar will support participants to increase the range... (read more)

Free (Duration: 9am - 3:30pm)


Course_thumb Class Of Your Own Course
Class Of Your Own

Come and join us and several other local schools at a FREE ‘pop up’ event at Aedas in Birmingham on 18th October, Class of Your Own and Aedas are inviting school leaders, curriculum managers and D&T teachers to come along to an impressive architectural venue, have a cup of coffee, explore the new Design Engineer Construct! curriculum and discover what our industry is all about. There will be 2 formal presentations at 8.00 a.m. and 10.a.m.... (read more)

Free (Duration: any 2 hours by arrangement during a whole day of access.)


Course_thumb Food Growing in Schools Course
Garden Organic

Garden Organic delivery programme of CPD training to schools professionals Garden Organic is able to run a range of training sessions in regional locations and individual schools or clusters of schools. Many of our courses can be run as whole day events with practical activities, or half day or twilight sessions as more of a general overview

Free (Duration: Full/half day and twilight sessions)


Course_thumb Guide to Schools Tennis 2012 Resource
Tennis Foundation

The Guide to Schools Tennis 2012 provides an overview of all the resource and support available to schools, from the Tennis Foundation and LTA.



Course_thumb Earth Science Around Your School Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

See how Earth science principles can be illustrated out of doors, often without a rock in sight, and how pupils can be engaged in discussions about Earth processes and products. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 30 minutes)


Course_thumb The Seismology Story Course
Earth Science Education Unit (ESEU)

How are seismic waves generated and detected and what can this tell us about the Earth? Try a range of activities, including some of those from the Gatsby Science Enhancement Programme’s ‘Seismology’ publication, to investigate how Earth physics can reveal crucial information about Earth processes and structure. Please contact ESEU to arrange a convenient date and time for this NO FEE workshop; travel and sundry expenses are the only costs incurred.

Free (Duration: 90 minutes)


Course_thumb Teaching history in the classroom using historical fiction Course
Historical Association

Is it the story in history that grabs you? Do you want to use historical fiction in your classroom but are unsure where to start? Have you already tried getting your children to write historical fiction and been disappointed with the results? Well then this is the course for you.

Free (Duration: 4 weeks)


Course_thumb Exploring the Geography of Food (online CPD) Course
Geographical Association

Food is a basic human need, and right. The production, acquisition and consumption of food occupies everyone to some extent, and connects everyone with the environment, the water cycle, interdependence, global trade and aid, and the changing nature and location of industry. This family of courses explores the development of the coming 'perfect storm' and the relationships between food and the geography curriculum.

Free (Duration: N/A)


Thumb Inspire Event - Principles of musical assessment Course
Sound Connections

This twilight session will offer a forum for debate and sharing of approaches to assessment and progression. Teachers will be invited to explore new assessment and progression models including a framework devised by Dr Alison Daubney (University of Sussex) and Professor Martin Fautley (Birmingham City University).

Free (Duration: 5.00pm - 8.00pm)


Course_thumb Developing expertise in teaching chemistry: Maths skills (online) Course
Royal Society of Chemistry

This course looks at core mathematical ideas that are required for a deep understanding of chemistry. It includes access to a range of activities and resources to support students' learning.

Free (Duration: 9 hours)