Loughborough Learning Alliance
Leicestershire LE11 4SQ
Tel: 01509 632911
Fax: 01509 231605
Leicestershire LE11 4SQ
Tel: 01509 268506
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Our continuing professional development programme draws on the skills and experience of schools within the Alliance, alongside expert trainers.
As well as scheduled courses, we also offer bespoke school-
Early Excellence are delighted to be working in partnership once again with the Loughborough Learning Alliance to offer an inspirational day of training for EYFS teachers and support staff to challenge and inform teaching, practice and provision in the EYFS.
Our aim is to enable children to become the proactive, informed and fulfilled citizens of tomorrow, as well as teaching them to become readers, writers, mathematicians, scientists, artists, and designers.
We believe that engagement is key to successful learning, using different environments, settings and strategies to hook children into learning, to enhance their enjoyment and understanding and to provide opportunities to use and apply knowledge and skills learned in the classroom.
These principles are at the core of all we offer on our Learning Adventures
A professional leadership development programme for experienced middle leaders.
Are you a middle leader responsible for leading a team of staff with some experience of the role -
This innovative programme will help you develop your confidence and leadership skills and enable you to improve your ability to lead and manage change.
This course will promote and improve your children’s confidence in and skills of reasoning and communication in mathematics.
You will explore how language and dialogue support the negotiation of meaning and understand the importance of reasoning mathematically within the new curriculum.
Lastly, consider ways of developing and challenging pupils’ reasoning skills.
Delegates will explore the purpose of British Values, why it has come into being and where British Values fit into the Curriculum.
Also, how to dovetail activities with their own school’s core values, pick up resources, ideas and activities to enhance provision and provide positive delivery throughout your school and its community.
Do you want a deeper understanding of the way children behave outside of the classroom?
Do you need more insight and support on how to manage and promote positive behaviours?
If so, then this session is for you!
The session, sponsored by Oxford University Press and organised by Loughborough Learning Alliance offers the opportunity to attend a free full day of professional development, looking in more detail at:
Characteristics of reading comprehension and barriers some pupils experience
Gaining quick insights into what comprehension strategies pupils may be using or neglecting: tools for adults to use
Classroom strategies to boost attainment in reading comprehension.
Helping pupils feel confident in test reading-
What now? Back at school-
Join us for a day to consider the importance of Outdoor Learning as part of the curriculum, its’ potential impact upon learning and character development and upon children’s well-
Come prepared to be learning outdoors, to be open to the possibility of sometimes working in a different way and to take some risks.
Without a doubt, if lunchtime doesn’t go well, the afternoon’s learning isn’t so good either. Those who supervise and manage different areas of schools during breaks and lunchtimes have a hugely important job that contributes to the outcomes for pupils and students. In this workshop we’ll look at a wide range of techniques and strategies that staff can use to help these times run smoothly.
This accredited programme can be the catalyst for you to begin your senior career or build on your passion for leading others towards success in their roles. The programme looks at the psychology of leadership and is designed to enhance your understanding of strategic leadership as a senior middle leader or new senior leader.
This is an opportunity for experienced leaders, with a recent track record in raising levels of attainment and progress for disadvantaged pupils, to gain NCTL accreditation to conduct pupil premium reviews.
Basic training for all staff and more advanced training for designated first aid leads.
Training for professionals working across all education settings, from basic awareness to more advanced content for those who may wish to pursue a training role themselves.
Specific Learning Difficulties: Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Dysgraphia
This one day course will provide you with an overview of 3 common specific learning difficulties (SpLDs) allowing you to increase your awareness in the classroom.
Succeed with SEN -
Are you struggling to ‘find the key’ to engage a child in your class? Are you wanting to positively manage the behaviour of particular children more effectively outside the classroom? This is the course for you.
Training in positive behavioural support through a whole-
These meetings offer an opportunity to network with other Primary schools, to share knowledge, practice and ideas, and to discuss local and national issues, challenges and priorities, engaging in collaborative development work and identifying CPD requirements.