At Northern Lights, we regularily update our CPD offer across the academic year. We listen to feedback from all of our schools and try to offer a range of CPD to suite the current climate within education. This will be a mix of free webinars from leading experts, sessions for our induction tutors from the ECF and full day face-to-face training opportunities. If you have a particular training need for your school and would like to discuss how we could potentially support with this then please get in touch by completing the form at the bottom of the page. Select the link below to see what we currently have on offer and secure your place today!
As well as our own CPD, we also signpost CPD from our partners across the region and signpost anything that we think you may be interested in. See below for further details.
In this session leaders from the school will describe the processes involved in the school’s highly personalised planning for individual pupils and how this is practically facilitated at a classroom level. This will include the triangulation of aspirational goals, personalised learning plans, therapeutic input, classroom use of engagement motivators and qualitative assessment. Sample documents will be shared with delegates.
This session will be appropriate for those in specialist or mainstream settings developing personalised learning towards aspirational outcomes.
This session explores ways to support reading to learn across the KS1 & 2 curriculum. It will focus on developing fluent, skilled readers who are able to tackle the demands of complex non-fiction texts. We will look at how to prepare pupils for the challenge of KS2 assessments and disciplinary reading at KS3. The session is underpinned by the EEF literacy guidance reports.
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