OneCornwall CPD to support the Transforming Attendance in Cornwall
‘All children belong in school’
CAPH have been working with and supporting One Cornwall on this very important agenda. Join One Cornwall and partner organisations on Thursday 9th November at the Heartlands Conference Centre for a free event to work together to address this issue.
Low attendance is identified as an area for improvement in all phases in Cornwall. These programmes support a countywide strategy to improve belonging and attendance in schools. Using a rigorous assessment of need, this programme will support leaders and teachers to plan, implement and evaluate an evidence - informed approach, ensuring all pupils thrive in school. Whilst some elements of the programme are cross phase, 3 days are age/phase specific, focusing on things that schools can influence.
All children belong in school - EYFS & Primary
Day One - 5th December 2023
Day Two - 29th February 2024
Day Three - 29th April 2024
All children belong in schools and colleges -
Secondary & Post 16
Day One - 6th December 2023
Day Two - 1st March 2024
Day Three - 30th April 2024
Find out more and Book here
'Right support, Right place, Right time'
This programme aims to develop effective local SEND partnerships between specialist and mainstream schools and colleges, identifying expertise that can be shared across settings. The programme will explore the recently published DfE SEND and AP improvement plan and consider the implications for our teachers and leaders and focussing on how we can work together to build knowledge and implement changes that will impact positively on provision for pupils with SEND provision in our settings.
‘Belonging to promote engagement’, every interaction is an intervention.
This cross-phase programme is designed to support teachers & leaders in meeting the national and locally identified growth in the need to support children with their mental health and wellbeing, and subsequent presented behaviours.
Enhancing engagement & belonging through curriculum
We are delighted to welcome Mary Myatt back to Cornwall to deliver this one-day engagement event in two parts.
Part 1 Looking at the importance of deliberate curriculum development & design and the links to improving engagement and belonging.
Part 2 -The importance of shared knowledge at KS2/3 transition
‘Mind the Gap’
The importance of shared knowledge at key transition points in education
Retaining our staff gives our children continuity we have teamed up with the MTPT project, Flexible Teacher Talent & Womed ED to offer two programmes
Life Friendly Leadership
A virtual two part programme
Day 1 – 27th November – What’s the Problem?
Day 2 - 5th March 2024 - What's the Solution
Free workshops for colleagues on parental leave
Cornwall's teachers and leaders on parental leave can take advantage of a fully-funded place on the MTPT Project's Parental Leave group coaching programme.
National Professional Qualification’s - You are not too late!
There is still time to apply for an NPQ for this year. NPQS are still fully funded by the DfE for this year but we have no confirmation of further funding. Apply now, please see website for more details or email email@example.com
New NPQ’s! (Fully funded)
Colleagues may also be interested in this free opportunity
Pupil Premium workshops with Marc Rowland
Two virtual webinars to help Headteachers to develop and communicate their PP strategies
The survey link is here
The booking link is here