VNET CIC CALENDAR

Courses

VNET Courses and Events give Schools, Academies and Trusts access to a wide range of need focussed courses, longitudinal projects, conferences and bespoke support at exceptional value for money.

Course Schedule

Foundations of Good Practice for Teaching Assistants – Session 1

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Please book the first session below – this will sign you up to the entire series. The Zoom link you will receive will be the same for each session. Please note, the price includes two delegates. (Each extra delegate is charged at £50+VAT or 1 credit for members, or £100+VAT for non-members.) Session 1 -...

Foundations of Good Practice for Teaching Assistants – Session 2

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Session 2 - Supporting Phonics This series is designed to enable Teaching Assistants to support the addressing of gaps in learning in reading, writing and maths which is so critical to helping children get back on track. The series consists of 10 sessions, including an introduction session and an evaluation session which the class teacher...

Plan. Test. Reflect – Session 3, with Mark Burns

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This is Session 3 of a four-session course and booking is no longer available. Please call for further information - 01603 555207.

£500

Decoding and Encoding Phonics for KS2 Teachers – Session 1 of 2

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As children join Key Stage 2, they may be experiencing difficulty in reading and/or writing because they have missed or misunderstood a crucial phase of systematic phonics teaching.  This training is aimed at supporting pupils in KS2 who may have missed, or not fully understood some of the crucial stages of synthetic, systematic phonics teaching...

Pupil Book Study with Alex Bedford – Session 1 of 3

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Pupil Book Study is a window into the lived experience of pupils, as opposed to just the observed experience. It is also a mirror in which to reflect professional practice and identify what helps learning, and what hinders it by outlining clear and coherent structures in which to talk with pupils and look at their...

DfE Reading Framework: the Foundations of Literacy session

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On 10 July 2021, the DfE published The Reading Framework: teaching the foundations of literacy. For all teachers and educators involved in the teaching and leadership of early reading, the Department for Education's new Reading Framework provides some great guidance when it comes to meeting the expectations for teaching and provision. However, at 115 pages...

Leadership Forum 1 – Termly update with Rae Snape, author of ‘The Headteacher’s Handbook’

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For the first leadership update of the new academic year we are delighted to be joined by Rae Snape. Rae is the author of the 'The Headteacher's Handbook', a headteacher with over 14 years experience, an NLE and headteacher of Milton Road Primary School in Cambridge. Rae will bring us her thoughts on returning to...

New to Performance Management

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The responsibility of conducting staff performance management is a significant and sometimes daunting aspect of headship, particularly if you are new to the leadership role. How do you establish protocols and design useful paperwork?  How do you support colleagues in conducting a review?  How do you ensure that objectives are appropriately challenging and measurable?  This...

Decoding and Encoding Phonics for KS2 Teachers – Session 2 of 2

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This is Session 2 of a two-session course As children join Key Stage 2, they may be experiencing difficulty in reading and/or writing because they have missed or misunderstood a crucial phase of systematic phonics teaching.  This training is aimed at supporting pupils in KS2 who may have missed, or not fully understood some of...

Curriculum Update 1 – Equitable Education: What everyone working in education should know about closing the attainment gap – Sameena Choudry

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Recent events have highlighted the huge attainment gaps that exist for many pupils within the education system because of factors outside of their control. As the diversity of the pupil population increases, it is more important than ever to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding within the teaching profession around issues of equity and inclusion....

Pupil Book Study with Alex Bedford – Session 2 of 3

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This is Session 2 of a three-session course. Pupil Book Study is a window into the lived experience of pupils, as opposed to just the observed experience. It is also a mirror in which to reflect professional practice and identify what helps learning, and what hinders it by outlining clear and coherent structures in which...

Maximising Success in English for the 21/22 Year 6 Cohort – Session 1 of 2

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As a result of a disrupted year of learning, pupils will have missed out on significant building blocks in their learning in both Reading and Writing. In addition, there is a large and concerning attainment gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils. This gap is estimated to be the equivalent of seven months learning. In this...

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