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Festival News: Anti-Racist Educator programme- Session 2: Subconscious Bias and the Impact on Assessment.
Published: 20 October 2021
This session, Subconscious Bias and the Impact on assessment was led by Pran Patel as part of the Learn Sheffield Online Autumn Festival.
Festival News: Unpacking Curriculum Entitlement- Session 1
Published: 19 October 2021
On Tuesday 19th October Mary Myatt delivered the first of two sessions on Unpacking Curriculum Entitlement. This session was part of the ‘Leadership and Curriculum’ strand of the Learn Sheffield Autumn Online Festival.
Festival News: Leadership and Curriculum: Professional Development and Review
Published: 18 October 2021
Jane Elsworth from Huntington Research School delivered a session on the importance of implementation in development and designing effective professional development. This session was part of the ‘Leadership and Curriculum’ strand of the Learn Sheffield Autumn Online Festival.
Festival News: Creativity for Active Health and Wellbeing
Published: 14 October 2021
Becky Stroud from Beck Primary School, Teo Greenstreet from Greentop Community Circus Centre and Helen Fidler and colleagues from the Virtual School for Children Looked After and the Children in Care Council discuss how cultural partnerships can support active health and wellbeing.
Festival News: Drama and the School Curriculum
Published: 12 October 2021
Drama has the potential to develop skills in teamwork, cooperation, listening, empathy, social etiquette, thinking, questioning… the list is endless
Festival News: Using Performance to Build Community
Published: 12 October 2021
Joanne Bradshaw from Sheffield South East Learning Partnership, Ian Naylor from the Sheffield Music Hub and Rachael Walton from Third Angel, share examples of how performance can help build community.
Festival News: Using Pupil Premium
Published: 12 October 2021
Marc Rowland’s session reflected on the new DfE guidance in relation to Pupil Premium. It explored how school leaders can use their Pupil Premium funding effectively and complete their strategy statement to support overcoming disadvantage in their context.
Festival News: ‘The Importance of Considering Learning Behaviors When Implementing Cognitive Science in the Classroom’.
Published: 11 October 2021
On the 11th of October Julie Kettlewell, from the Huntington Research School delivered a session called ‘The Importance of Considering Learning Behaviors When Implementing Cognitive Science in the Classroom’, as part of the Learn Sheffield Online Autumn Festival.
Festival News: Why Creativity Matters NOW Creative Panel
Published: 8 October 2021
Paula Briggs, CEO and Creative Director of AccessArt and Susan Coles, well-known champion of art craft and design education, make the case for 'creative interruptions' in the school day and present the data we need to advocate from them.
Festival News: Create Sheffield's Sheffield Adventures
Published: 8 October 2021
Create Sheffield’s Sheffield Adventures offers classrooms free, open-access ideas and activities that use Sheffield as inspiration or a learning resource.
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