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Improving Outcomes for Disadvantaged Children

Seminar for Primary and Secondary teachers/leads across the city  

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Making the Difference: Collaborative Learning in the School Led System

2019 TSC South East South London Regional Conference Making the Difference: Collaborative Learning  in the School Led System 27th June, 2019 Twickenham Stadium, 200 Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW2 7BA Learning from and with schools and school leaders to improve outcomes for children and young people We are calling on all school leaders, system leaders, Teaching...

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Leading an Effective Pupil Premium Review

  Improving the Performance of Disadvantaged Pupils A must for every leader delivering Pupil Premium reviews   A pro-active and interactive day for all leaders involved in the delivery of Pupil Premium reviews, whether you’ve never been involved before or want to ...

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Lead LIVE Primary Event

Brighton, Hove and Sussex Primary Event | 1st February 2019 Primary school event ...

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Innovate My School in Lead Live!

  East Sussex | 30th November 2018     Why should I attend? In March this year, education secretary Damian Hinds pledged to strip away workload that doesn’t add value in...

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Comparative Judgement Conference: Increase Accuracy of Assessments and Reduce Workload

Pavilion and Downs Teaching School Alliance is proud to present: Comparative Judgement: Increase Accuracy of Assessments and Reduce Workload Keynote Daisy Christodoulou presents on how comparative judgement improves the accuracy of writing assessments and reduces teacher workload.   Wednesday 11th July 2018, 8:30am - 4:30pm American Express Community Stadium, Brighton   Free parking Delegates should please bring a laptop or tablet...

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On the QT - ResearchED17

There is something deliciously masochistic about setting off at dawn, still reeling from the brutal assault of the first week of term, to ResearchED’s annual conference - ooh feel the burn! Wearing my freshly minted ‘recently qualified teacher’ mantle last year, I was determined to inoculate myself ...

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