Events & Courses

CPD that delivers whole school or college improvement

The Learning Cultures Spring and Summer schedule of events is listed below.

To find out more click on the main heading below or scroll down for a list of all events click the event title to find out more or book a place.

For bespoke training or consultancy please email info@learningcultures.org or telephone 01746 765076

Advanced Coaching - The next steps towards excellence and improvement in teaching and learning

Building on coaching skills to develop powerful influencing strategies, questioning technique and managing an effective coaching model in school.

Art of Lesson Observation

Building a culture where lesson observation is at the heart of continuing professional development

Behaviour Management - Strategies for success

Building a culture of positive learning behaviour through coaching

Coaching for Pastoral Leaders and Year Heads

Dynamic solutions focused team building opportunities for those managers who lead on supporting the pastoral aspects of school life and who guide learners through progression from year to year or key stage to key stage.

Coaching for Subject and Faculty Leaders

Leading through coaching cascades good practice, fosters opportunities for a professional dialogue about teaching and learning and delivers outstanding results.

Coaching for Teaching Assistants and Support Staff

Available on range of dates and at different venue locations. Read more to see availability and make a booking

Coaching Skills for Cover Supervisors

Creating seamless learning when the teacher isn't there

Coaching the NQT - Going Beyond Mentoring

Available on range of dates and at different venue locations. Read more to see availability and make a booking

Coaching Towards Outstanding Teaching and Learning

Available on range of dates and at different venue locations. Read more to see availability and make a booking

Crossing the Bridge - Transition from Primary to Secondary/Middle to High

This event has been revised to take account of changes to the OFSTED Inspection Handbook for September 2014, the focus on year 5,6 and 7 in relation to the new curriculum and the need to develop assessment strategies that provide real opportunities for progression

Curriculum Changes, Challenges and Choices

Building a curriculum with breadth and balance that delivers progression, attainment and achievement for all learners

Delivering a Vocational Learning Pathway

Embracing a learning platform for learners where the vocational model is appropriate

Embedding Literacy and Numeracy in Design Technology

Ensuring the evidence is there that literacy and numeracy are embedded as part of teaching and learning in all the Design Technology disciplines.

Embedding Literacy and Numeracy in Humanities - Policy into Practice

Ensuring the evidence is there that literacy and numeracy are embedded as part of teaching and learning in History, Geography and Religious Education.

Embedding Literacy and Numeracy in Science - Policy into Practice

Ensuring the evidence is there that literacy and numeracy are embedded as part of teaching and learning in all Science disciplines.

Embedding Literacy and Numeracy in Sport

Ensuring the evidence is there that literacy and numeracy are embedded as part of teaching and learning Sport and PE.

Governor Training - The Shaping of the New Curriculum

What Governors need to know

Harnessing Achievement for learners working at Level 1 ( D - G) and below

Positive progression for learners working below the current C grade benchmark

Implementing the Primary Curriculum

Assuring learning, achievement and progression across all year groups and Key Stages from Early Years to Year 6 and beyond

Literacy and Numeracy in the Learning of a Modern Foreign Language

Have the evidence that literacy and numeracy are integral to learning in a modern foreign language.

Literacy and Numeracy of Music, Art and Drama

Developing a deeper understanding of the place that literacy and numeracy play in ensuring deep learning, expression and creativity allow of progression in all aspects of the range of Arts subjects

Literacy Specifics in the Primary Classroom

Putting literacy at the heart of learning in every lesson and across all year groups

Numeracy Specifics - the primary phase

Building powerful opportunities to embed numeracy skills as an integral part of learning across the curriculum at Key Stage 1 and 2

SEND - Responding to the changes and challenges

Be prepared for a new broom for special education and special needs provision.

The Language of Assessment - Creating a dialogue for progression at Key Stage 1 and 2

A review of how to respond to the changes to the curriculum across the primary sectrum to ensure all learners progress and develop effectively in readiness for secondary school and beyond.

The Language of Assessment - Creating a dialogue for progression at Key Stage 3 and 4

Focusing on how to plan and deliver the new curriculum to create a continuum of learning that builds on prior achievement and ensures a positive continuous progression curve for all learners.

The Role of the Literacy Coordinator - Language, Literacy and Listening across the Curriculum

Putting literacy at the heart of learning across the curriculum

The Role of the Numeracy Coordinator - Maths in Context

Creating a consistent and coherent strategy that ensures all learners can use number confidently where it occurs in subjects other than Mathematics

Weaving Literacy and Numeracy into Subject Teaching in the Primary Phase

Making sure that all opportunities are exploited to ensure that literacy and numeracy are at the heart of subject teaching

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Date Posted - 02/11/2014

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Testimonials

"Coaching is transforming how we deliver staff development across the whole school. The training we have had from Learning Cultures has been excellent and given us all we need to manage the next steps."

CPD Manager from a school in Kent

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