Welcome to Linwood Teaching School Alliance
In light of the current Covid-19 virus and Government guidelines, all training and events held by Linwood Teaching School Alliance are cancelled until after the Summer holidays 2020. We hope to rearrange these events as soon as we can, and will be in touch. Stay safe everyone.
Evaluations: Continuing Professional and Leadership Development
During the Autumn term 2019/20, we have evaluations from training sessions delivered through the Teaching School from 599 people across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. They were asked to grade the event they attended from 1 (positive) to 5 (negative) on a number of different
In response to the question ‘How would you rate your knowledge before the event?’, 348 (58%) of them gave the answer 1 or 2.
In response to the question ‘How would you rate your knowledge after the event?’, 550 (92%) of them gave the answer 1 or 2.
Testimonials from Autumn term training
- “Memorable training enabling me to reflect on my teaching and relationships with the pupils.”
- “I found the day really inspiring.”
- “You have given me the confidence I needed to ask the right questions.”
- “Great course – all makes sense now, can’t wait to get going.”
BOOST – Bournemouth Outreach Offer: SEND Together
Linwood School and Tregonwell Academy in partnership
As a service we provide Universal SEND support to schools (Primary and Secondary) and specific support for individual pupils at SEN Support & EHCP Level. We work in a solution-focused way, providing advice and guidance to help pupils achieve their potential.
Are you a new Headteacher?
Following feedback from a Head Teacher induction day, we are hosting a New Head Teacher network meeting. A chance for those new to the role or recently appointed to get together to share experiences, ask questions and talk with those who are in a similar position. We will confirm the date for this asap.
SEN Leadership Network
For all School and Academy Leaders of SEND
These twice termly networks provide an opportunity for SENCos and other senior leaders from mainstream and special schools and colleges with responsibilities for vulnerable learners to meet, share ideas and hear the latest local, regional and national information and statutory requirements. There will be a focus on provision and outcomes for learners with special educational needs, disabilities and other vulnerabilities.
School to School Support
How can we help you and your staff? Read more…
The Engagement Model
The DFE Engagement Model replaces P Scales 1 to 4 and becomes statutory from September 2020. We are pleased to be holding two funded training events in May. Details of training will be published in the Autumn term.
The National Award for SEN Coordination is a DfE approved post-graduate qualification for
teachers in the role of SENCO. Please click below to read more;-
Autism Education Trust (AET) Training for Early Years settings and Schools – Professional Development Opportunities for Staff
We can offer AET Training as a whole school, or at our central events. We will be booking these in at the beginning of the Autumn term – according to Government restrictions.
Two full day sessions focusing on the practical aspects of intervention, working in a team and offering an irresistible invitation to learn. We hope to run this training later on in the academic year 2020-21.
Enhance your Teaching programme
A series of different workshops, all independent of each other.
Our ‘Enhance Your Teaching’ Programme will enable your teachers to develop a deeper
understanding of teaching and learning.
This training is suitable for teachers and HLTAs.
Primary Maths network – date to be confirmed
Guest speaker Katie Crozier – www.learnwithnumberlink.co.uk
Katie Crozier has been teaching for over twenty years. She has
recently been trained by the NCETM to become a Mastery Specialist Teacher and works with the Cambridge Maths Hub to support schools in developing a teaching for mastery approach in maths. She was also part of the team that wrote the NCETM professional development materials for multiplication and division.
Peic D – Book now for September 2020
The PEIC-D approach revisits early interaction skills such as imitation, turn-taking and interaction. These skills are often poorly developed in children with severe and/or complex learning difficulties, including autistic spectrum disorders.
Primary English Network –
Led by Sandy Stockwell from The University of Winchester . Details to follow ..
Removing Barriers workshops
We have a number of removing barriers workshops. Down Syndrome, Dyscalculia, Sensory Differences, 5 Point Scale, Practical Primary Maths, Selective Mutism, Speech and Sound Production. We are in the process of rearranging and will update the website as and when dates are rearranged.
Mission Statement: “We aim to provide a centre of excellence in which individuals are valued and encouraged to give of their best.”