On Wednesday 9th October, Exeter Consortium and TSA hosted the most recent edition of the Teaching & Learning Symposium at St James’ School, Exeter. Symposiums are cross phase and wholly inclusive with a choice of workshops presented by colleagues for colleagues of primary, secondary and FE phase.
Over 70 colleagues from Exeter Consortium’s member schools attended the hour-long event, with each choosing three different 15-minute workshops to attend out of a possible seven, supporting a range of learning conversations and dialogues.
9th October Workshops
The event proved to be popular with lots of positive feedback gathered from colleagues:
If you wish to present your own workshop at future symposiums please email your idea/title and description to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with which date you would like to attend.
Future Symposium dates
With 2 months to go until Teaching School South West’s (TSSW) Literacy Conference SW 2019, delegates now have the chance to choose from a number of inspiring workshops to take part in on the day!
In addition to 3 keynote speeches from Ruth Miskin CBE, Daisy Christodoulou and Lindsay Skinner – 16 workshops have been arranged from regional and national literacy experts. More details below:
Ruth Miskin CBE | Ruth Miskin Training
‘Every child can read’
Daisy Christodoulou | No More Marking
‘Seven Myths About Education: Why Knowledge Matters’
Lindsay Skinner | Author / PiXL Associate / Headteacher
‘Crafting Brilliant Sentences’
Lindsay Skinner | Author/PiXL Associate/Head Teacher
‘Knowledge & Vocabulary’
Daisy Christodoulou | Director of Education No More Marking/Author
‘No More Marking – A Comparative Judgement Approach’
Dr Annabel Watson |Senior Lecturer at University of Exeter
‘Beyond Acronyms: Arguing Outside A Forest And Forgetting To PEE’
Donna Briggs | Deputy Director of Plymouth Teaching School Alliance
‘The Plymouth Oracy Project: Oracy At The Heart’
David Baker | Curriculum Manager for AQA
‘Writing For GCSE English Language Paper 1 & 2’
Julie Fossey & Claire Palmer | Deputy Head and Key Stage Leader at West Exe School, part of the Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust
‘Improving Literacy Across The Curriculum’