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Our new NTLT Professional Development Offer for the autumn term is now available, click on the link below to view the full programme
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Following the revised Early Years Framework, the North Tyneside Learning Trust is delighted to welcome Julian Grenier to speak to all NTLT Partner School EYFS staff.
Julian is the Headteacher of Sheringham Nursery School and Children’s Centre in Newham, East London and the co-author of ‘Celebrating Children’s Learning’ (Routledge 2018) and the author of ‘Successful Early Years Ofsted Inspections’ (Sage, 2016). He is also a National Leader of Education, one of the co-founders of the East London Partnership Teaching School. He has written the ‘Revised Early Years Foundation Stage: Principles into Practice’, to accompany the Revised Development Matters guidance.
During the one hour webinar, Julian will be exploring EYFS principles into practice and supporting schools with practical advice and guidance.
Shonette Bason-Wood is Guinness World Record holder, mother of four, international speaker and award-winning author. She has created a positive global community within education in which educators put their own happiness first to impact on the children they work with. Her message, performance, political satire and precision timed delivery, smattered with eye watering humour and unrivalled passion truly empower the audience to take hold of their life now and live it.
During the session, Shonette will look at the importance of happiness/well being in the adult in order to impact on the progress and learning of the children. She will also give top tips on how to raise happiness levels and will also share tips and ideas for practice.
All participants will be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 voucher for their class and 3 lucky runners up will receive a copy of Shonette’s book “Spread the Happiness’.
We’re offering schools a bursary again this year when booking a workshop with Show Racism the Red Card. Primary schools can access a bursary of up to £300, and secondary schools can access a bursary of up to £500. Bursaries can only be claimed after the workshop has been booked and paid for, contact email@example.com for details on how to claim.
* All offers and opportunities advertised here are available to NTLT Partner Schools only.