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  • Research evidence for reading recovery

  • Countdown to GRT (Gypsy Roma Traveller) History month June 2018

  • Additional Session 1 Date

  • Moderation Handbook 2018

  • Pupil Premium Self/Peer Audit Tool

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Outdoor and Environmental Education
Providing high quality, inclusive outdoor and environmental education across all Key Stages
The Outdoor and Environmental Education service (OEE) offers your pupils the opportunity to experience high quality outdoor learning at a range of day and residential centres. These are located in Nottinghamshire and The Peak District National Park, each venue allowing unique settings and well-resourced activities led by highly qualified and experienced staff
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23
23 May
EYFS Network
The afternoon sessions at the networks will provide opportunities for moderation with the PVI sector. In the autumn term baseline moderation from 22-36mths upwards and in the summer term EYFSP moderation.
23
23 May
EYFS Network and Moderation
These events will give delegates the opportunity to receive up to date guidance on recent developments in the Early Years Foundation Stage. They will also provide training and development opportunities. These will include the sharing of resources and materials for the EYFS, networking and share good practice to establish more effective early years’ provision and practice. Through supported self-review, delegates will establish future training needs.
24
24 May
EYFS Network
The afternoon sessions at the networks will provide opportunities for moderation with the PVI sector. In the autumn term baseline moderation from 22-36mths upwards and in the summer term EYFSP moderation.
24
24 May
EYFS Network and Moderation
These events will give delegates the opportunity to receive up to date guidance on recent developments in the Early Years Foundation Stage. They will also provide training and development opportunities. These will include the sharing of resources and materials for the EYFS, networking and share good practice to establish more effective early years’ provision and practice. Through supported self-review, delegates will establish future training needs.
05
05 Jun
Pupil Premium Leaders Termly Network
This event will bring together a collaborative learning network for senior/middle level leaders with a strategic responsibility maximising the use of Pupil Premium funding to close gaps for disadvantaged/vulnerable pupils.
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Research evidence for reading recovery
01 May
The Institute for Effective Education has rated Reading Recovery as STRONG evidence for primary reading. Link to the IEE blog - https://the-iee.org.uk/2018/04/11/e4i-focus-on-reading-recovery/ Nottinghamshire LA are proud providers of Reading Recovery Teacher Training and CPD. For more information please contact: Nicola.lawson@nottscc.gov.uk Paula.burrell@nottscc.gov.uk
Countdown to GRT (Gypsy Roma Traveller) History month June 2018
30 Apr
Countdown to GRT (Gypsy Roma Traveller) History month June 2018. The A and E team have prepared lesson plans/resources for early years, KS1, KS2 KS3. If you would like to book a free advice visit during June, please contact ecas@nottscc.gov.uk These are available free to Nottinghamshire maintained schools, or email if outside of Nottinghamshire
Additional Session 1 Date
12 Mar
We have released an addition date for Session 1 to accommodate schools who have not yet attended a session. The event will take place at Edwinstowe House on Friday 23rd March from 1pm -4pm. To book on the event purchase your GDPR package then click on the link below. Session 1 23rd March
Moderation Handbook 2018
06 Mar
The Moderation Handbook 2018 is now available to download. The handbook gives important information regarding moderation in Nottinghamshire 2018. The handbook outlines the moderation process for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 writing. It includes important dates, links to statutory documents, the local agreement and appeals process. To access the document go to http://www.em-edsupport.org.uk/assessmentandmoderation
Pupil Premium Self/Peer Audit Tool
06 Mar
Nottinghamshire’s Pupil Premium Self/Peer Audit Tool has been designed and developed with the help of local schools and partners as part of Nottinghamshire’s well-established ‘Closing the Educational Gaps’ Strategy which aims to ensure all children and young people have the opportunity to fulfil their potential whatever their background. The purpose of this audit is to provide school leaders (and governors) with a self or peer evaluation framework to evaluate the impact of use of Pupil Premium funding to raise the attainment, achievements and aspirations of children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in their school. Schools are encouraged to adapt the audit tool templates to suit their school’s needs and auditing approach. To find out more go to our Pupil Premium Service page. http://www.em-edsupport.org.uk/pupilpremium