Our New Offer-Training, Conferences and Packages
Leeds 0-19 Learning Improvement Team are very pleased to announce the launch of our new offer for 2019-20. All our courses are now live and bookable on www.leedsforlearning.co.uk and the printed brochure will be arriving in schools during the last week in May.As usual, we will also provide a digital version with hyperlinks to all our courses and this can be downloaded from www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/services/2444 or any of our 0-19 pages.
This year we’re also including a supplementary booklet-‘Autumn Training Packages 2019,’ which is an extract of information included in the main brochure. Our packages enable schools to get best value through discounted early booking between now and mid-September. Everything is bookable through the website, where you will also find course updates and additional information as the year goes on.
We’ll be running our usual stands at Leeds for Learning conferences through the year so please come and say hello- if you’ve not followed us on Twitter yet our address is above.
Our innovative and responsive training opportunities include individual courses, course packages and conferences which reflect local and national agendas. We ensure training which reflects the best of current pedagogy and practice through our range of highly experienced staff (including OFSTED inspectors), our participation in local, regional and national networks, the sustained renewal of accreditations and our excellent partnerships with current school based practitioners. Training offered supports Early Years, Primary and Secondary settings.
We offer a fabulous range of conferences for Early Years, Primary and Secondary staff- please check the brochure and our online portal for details. Some ‘save the dates’- Early Years Autumn Conference 8.11.19, Maths Conference 15.11.19, English Conference 22.11.19, Science Conference 31.03.2020 and Early Years Summer Conference 22.05.20.
New Opportunities and Offers
The portal is refreshed regularly, with the additions of new training opportunities (not necessarily in the brochure). Please keep checking www.leedsforlearning.co.uk for information and updates. Promotional offers may also apply.
Don’t forget that discount rates for all training events and conferences are available to schools who book our Service Level Agreement, and that packages are currently available which enable schools to secure discountsfor places on key termly subject forums and conferences. To book: www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/services/2444 and click ‘Buy now.’
Questions or comments? Email us at 0-19LIT@leeds.gov.uk
Seminar: Be Ready for Statutory Relationships Education, Relationships & Sex Education and Health Education - Thursday 4th July
Venue: Leeds Civic Hall, Calverley Street, Leeds, LS1 1UR
Date: Thursday 4th July 2019
Time: 0945 – 1230 hrs
(registration & refreshments from 0915)
This timely seminar is aimed at Headteachers and senior leaders from all schools and settings. It follows the announcement that the motion to approve the Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education regulations and guidance was passed in the House of Lords. This was the final agreement needed to getting this legislation through Parliament, making these aspects of PSHE education compulsory from 2020.
Councillor Pryor, Executive Member for Learning, Skills and Employment
Roary Pownall HMI, National Lead for Personal, Social and Health Education and Citizenship, Ofsted
Jonathan Baggaley, Chief Executive of the PS HE Association
Lucy Emmerson, Director, Sex Education Forum, National Children’s Bureau
Kauser Jan, Assistant Head Teacher, Pupil Voice & Community, PSHE Lead, Bankside Primary School
This seminar will cover issues for implementing compulsory Relationships Education, RSE and Health Education in schools. It will bring together policymakers with schools to prepare for the introduction of Relationships Education into primary schools, RSE in secondary schools, and Health Education in all schools from September 2020.
To book please visit: http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Event/92996
Leeds Knife Crime Youth Summit (free event) 16th July 2019
“Working together to tackle knife crime”
Free young people’s event – 16/07/19
10am – 2pm @ Pudsey Civic Hall
Book your place now!
In 2018; 24,708 young people from Leeds took part in the Make Your Mark ballot and voted ‘put an end to knife crime’ as the top issue. In a response to this the Leeds Members of Youth Parliament and the Voice and Influence Team will be hosting a Knife Crime Youth Voice Summit on Tuesday 16th July, 10am till 2pm at Pudsey Civic Hall.
As always, the event is free to attend and you can book up to five places for your school.
At the event, your students will:
· Attend a workshop from Life Experience
· Attend a workshop by West Yorkshire Police
· Attend a first aid workshop
· Discuss how they can raise awareness of knife crime in their school
· Discuss how the city can tackle knife crime
You can book your places quickly and easily using our online booking system. If you have any questions please contact Kayleigh Thurlow on 07712 214392 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Inside I'm Hurting Conference: Supporting Pupils who have experienced Significant Relational Loss and Trauma Friday 13th September 2019
Conference: Inside I’m Hurting
Supporting pupils who have experienced significant relational loss and trauma
Primary and Secondary Headteachers, Senior Leaders and Class Teachers
Leeds United Football Club, Elland Road, Leeds LS11 0ES
Friday 13th September 2019 8.00am – 4.00pm
The Virtual School in Leeds is delighted to present this one-day Conference delivered by nationally recognised trainer Louise Bomber from Touchbase.
The Conference will explore how early childhood experiences can impact on children’s ability to manage in a school context and will provide delegates with a range of knowledge and skills that can support policy and practice to understand behaviour as communication and promote learning.
The programme is being presented to support schools in both meeting their statutory responsibilities to looked after children and those who were previously looked after but also in recognition that there are thousands of children in schools across the city who also present with these needs who could be children in need, have an early help assessment or not known to services at all.
Free Places for Schools
Two complimentary places are initially being offered to all Primary and Secondary Schools in Leeds with one place allocated to a school leader and the other to a designated teacher.
To register your place, visit the Mondale Events website at:
Fantastic better than half price last minute Residential at Lineham Farm 10th - 12th July
Due to a last minute cancellation, we have got an amazing opportunity for a 'better than half price' residential for up to 48 Yr 2-Yr 6 children at Lineham Farm 10th - 12th July 2019.
Please email us or call us for a bespoke packages - email@example.com or call us 0113 378 3945