Bath and Mendip Partnership Teaching School

The Bath & Mendip Partnership Teaching School (TBMPTS) is an alliance of schools which adhere to the principles of a 'schools-led system' with the single aim of raising the attainment and progress of all children and young people across the area.The teaching school provides a framework to enable schools to share expertise and also commissions consultants. > Find Out More 

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Mindful emotion coaching 26.01.21

Mindful emotion coaching is about building emotional resilience by identifying emotional and mental health difficulties early, talking about emotions behind behaviours and understanding the neuroscience of brain development and mindful awareness.

Neil Harris is a former Headteacher, Senior Education Adviser and now is director of two independent companies — Coaching for Progress and Think Back Look Forward. He specialises in training, coaching and facilitation.

For more see www.mindful emotioncoaching.co.uk and www.emotioncoaching.co.uk

Event Date 26-01-2021 9:30 am
Event End Date 26-01-2021 3:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 29
Cut off date 26-01-2021
Individual Price £70.00
£70.00 29
Maximising the impact of teaching assistants 02.02.21

Maximising the impact of teaching assistants has been a focus since the DISS report in 2009 which found a negative relationship
between the amount of TA     support and progress made by children.

This session will highlight the strategies that are now recognised as good practice in particular the roles and deployment of TA in a
mainstream classroom.

Intended audience: teachers and leaders responsible for deployment of TA including recently qualified teachers, middle leaders and SENDCo.

Event Date 02-02-2021 9:15 am
Event End Date 02-02-2021 12:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 29
Cut off date 02-02-2021
Individual Price £40.00
£40.00 29
An introduction to dyslexia 03.02.21

 

This course is intended for those new to working with children with dyslexia

 

 

This presentation begins with an exploration of the term dyslexia.

Several definitions will be examined as well as a consideration of a variety of strengths as well as weaknesses associated with the condition.

There will also be an examination of a wide range of early indicators of dyslexia, pertinent to the classroom, including the signs of dyslexia associated with motor development, reading writing, mathematics and memory.

 

 

Following this, the training will focus on how teaching staff can most effectively meet the needs of pupils with dyslexia, exploring the “dyslexia-friendly” classroom, communication and importance of supporting the pupil’s memory.

 

This course scored 9.2 out of 10 last year

 

 

“Very informative and will help me in the classroom.” 
“Great classroom strategies for ALL children.”

Event Date 03-02-2021 4:00 pm
Event End Date 03-02-2021 5:30 pm
Registration Start Date 24-09-2020
Available places 26
Cut off date 03-02-2021
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 26
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum - secondary and post-16 24.02.21

This course will support secondary and post-16 settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of ASD and how to provide support at a Universal Level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the Graduated Approach.

This course will cover:

· Practical classroom strategies for secondary/post-16

· Universal/SEN support for communication and interaction

This will enable settings to feel more confident in meeting the needs of pupils with autism and to identify which ASD-friendly strategies can be implemented to benefit all pupils.

Event Date 24-02-2021 9:15 am
Event End Date 24-02-2021 12:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 24-02-2021
Individual Price £50.00
£50.00 30
Strategies for TAs to have the most impact on pupils achievement 02.03.21

Research has shown that the impact of teaching assistants is dependent on the way they are deployed and the strategies they use when working with the pupils. During this session the emphasis will be on sharing good practice and in particular focussing on the interactions with children and young people. Intended audience: Teaching assistants in mainstream classrooms

Event Date 02-03-2021 9:15 am
Event End Date 02-03-2021 12:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 02-03-2021
Individual Price £40.00
£40.00 30
Autism champions secondary network 17.03.21

Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their families

Event Date 17-03-2021 11:00 am
Event End Date 17-03-2021 2:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 03-03-2021
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30
Autism champions early years network

Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their families

Event Date 18-03-2021 3:30 pm
Event End Date 18-03-2021 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 18-03-2021
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30
Autism champions primary network 25.03.21

Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their families

Event Date 25-03-2021 3:30 pm
Event End Date 25-03-2021 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 25-03-2021
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30
Autism champions post-16 network 25.03.21

Help to foster a positive culture towards autism in your setting by becoming an autism champion, We are aiming for every setting in B&NES to have an identified autism champion who can support pupils and their families

Event Date 25-03-2021 3:30 pm
Event End Date 25-03-2021 5:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 30
Cut off date 25-03-2021
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 30
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum -early years and primary 31.03.21

This course will support Early Years and Primary settings to develop their knowledge and understanding of ASD and how to provide support at a Universal Level. This includes promoting key strategies to ensure consistency across all settings in support of the Graduated Approach.

This course will cover:

· Practical classroom strategies for EYFS/primary

· Universal/SEN support for communication and interaction

This will enable settings to feel more confident in meeting the needs of pupils with autism and to identify which ASD-friendly 
strategies can be implemented to benefit all pupils.

Event Date 31-03-2021 9:15 am
Event End Date 31-03-2021 12:00 pm
Registration Start Date 03-12-2020
Available places 28
Cut off date 31-03-2021
Individual Price £30.00
£30.00 28

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