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Primary CPD

An overview of training relevant to a Primary setting.

Please click through the links to find more information on each individual course.

To book a place, please click the links in the table below or email office@tbmpts.com

DATECOURSE TITLECOURSE DETAILSCOURSE LEADERVENUE & COST
Across the academic year - starting September 18th 2020NQT Induction programme 2020-21Induction programme for NQTs plus mentor training. Includes full day training, half days and twilight sessionsSue Heal
Andy Hind
Naomi Rawlinson
£535 per NQT including registration with the appropriate body

Pay as you go option available on request
Tuesday, January 12th
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies - early years and primary

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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.Laura ChardTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, January 14th
3.30pm to 5pm
Building digital resilience in gaming and gambling
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The workshop will cover information on gaming and gambling in the UK and provide you with the tools needed to protect children and young people against gaming and gambling related harm. Katherine Sawyer from YGAM, Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust Free
To be held online
Tuesday, January 26th
9.30am to 3pm
Mindful Emotion Coaching

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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 awarenessNeil Harris£70
Online via Zoom
Tuesday, February 2nd
9.15am to 12.15pm
Maximising the impact of teaching assistants

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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. Iian Conley£40
To be held online via Zoom
Tuesday, March 2nd
9.15am to noon
Strategies for TAs to have the most impact on pupil achievement

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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 pupils.Iian Conley£40
To be held online via Zoom
Wednesday, February 3rd
4pm to 5.30pm
An introduction to
dyslexia
This course will look at the strengths and weaknesses
associated with the condition as well as definitions and early
indicators. It will also look at
effective ways to meet the needs of children with dyslexia.
Tim Carter and Caroline Ford£30
Online via Zoom
Thursday, March 18th
3.30pm to 5pm
Autism champions early years network

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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 familiesHannah Hobbs and Hayley BrimbleFree to all professionals working with children in B&NES
£30 to others
Online via Zoom
Thursday, March 25th
3.30pm to 5pm
Autism champions primary network

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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 familiesHannah Hobbs and Laura ChardFree to all professionals working with children in B&NES
£30 to others
Online via Zoom
Wednesday, March 31st
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum - early years and primary

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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.Sarah KeeltyTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
Wednesday, April 28th
9.15am to noon
Developing social and friendship skills in pupils with autism

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The course will cover
How to develop friendship skills
How to develop social understanding
A focus on resources and strategies to support pupils
Laura Chard and Sarah KeeltyTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Wednesday, April 28th
4pm to 5.30pm
Working with a child with dyslexia: assessment and interventionThis will look at a number of assessments that can be
administered to develop a more precise understanding of a pupils language difficulties and to inform the diagnostic process.
Tim Carter and Caroline Ford£30
Online via Zoom
Tuesday, May 25th
9.15am to noon
Understanding girls on the autism spectrum

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This course offers a deeper understanding of girls with autism, how parents can support daughter, how teachers can support girls in class, and strategies to support girls in schoolsLaura ChardTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Tuesday, June 15th
9.15am to noon
Universal classroom strategies for pupils on the autism spectrum - early years and primary

To book, please click here
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.Laura ChardTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others
Thursday, June 17th
3.30pm to 5pm
Autism champions early years network

To book, please click here
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 familiesHannah Hobbs and Hayley BrimbleTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£30 to others
Thursday, June 24th
3.30pm to 5pm
Autism champions primary network

To book, please click here
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 familiesHannah Hobbs and Laura ChardTo be held online via Zoom
Free to all professionals working with children and young adults in B&NES
£50 to others