• English and Maths Conference 22 November 2018

  • Education Partnership Board – October 2018 meeting notes / actions

  • "2,3,4" Newsletter - GOLDEN TICKET SUPPLEMENT - Nov 2018

  • Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 77 Friday 9th November 2018

  • Supporting Spoken Language in the Classroom – call for East London cohort

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English and Maths Conference 22 November 2018
13 Nov
Head teachers / teachers are invited to attend a English and Maths conference on Thursday 22nd November at The Cumberland School, Oban Cl, London E13 8SJ. Registration will open at 9.45am with a prompt start at 10am. Please see the agenda for the day attached. To book a place ASAP please: 1) Reply with your name, school and role to confirm your attendance 2) Discuss the transition unit with your teams to establish what worked well and suggestions for how to refine the unit 3) Secondary colleagues: please bring exemplar primary transition books If you are driving please park at Newham Leisure Centre, a short walk from the school. email Amandip Kandola at a.kandola@littleilford.org to book your place.
Education Partnership Board – October 2018 meeting notes / actions
13 Nov
Please see the attached minutes of the October 2018 Education Partnership Board meeting. Note* The first full meeting of the Education Partnership Board is taking place on Monday 19 November 2018.
"2,3,4" Newsletter - GOLDEN TICKET SUPPLEMENT - Nov 2018
09 Nov
A newsletter for providers of funded early education entitlements. This Golden Ticket supplement is a special edition telling you all you need to know about the new 'I am 2 Golden Ticket' which is launching next week! Golden Tickets will be sent to eligible parents inviting them to take up the 15 hours entitlement for their two year old child without the need for any further eligibility check. Read the supplement for full details!
Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 77 Friday 9th November 2018
09 Nov
Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 77 Friday 9th November 2018
Supporting Spoken Language in the Classroom – call for East London cohort
07 Nov
Sheringham Teaching School Alliance are calling for replies regarding interest in creating an East London cohort for the IOE Centre Supporting Spoken Language in the Classroom programme. SSLIC has a strong evidence base, both around improving children’s communication, and also linking longer term to improved mental health and wellbeing. Children and young people who can communicate well, and have rich vocab, are less likely to experience mental health issues at school. The teaching school would like to put together a group of around 10 schools for the programme, to create a viable cohort. It costs £2.4K per school and it’s aimed at engaging the whole teaching team, and being a transformative programme. If you are interested in taking part please reply to Julian Grenier julian.grenier@sheringham-nur.newham.sch.uk or Kate Fallan kate.fallan@kaizen.newham.sch.uk
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