Outstanding Pupil Development at your school
This FREE 1.5 hour online CPD workshop is led by DfE-certified experts and the Winner of the Lord Mayor’s Dragon Award, who will coach through industry-leading pedagogies in driving numeracy and pupil development outcomes.
This CPD workshop covers:
- How to drive outstanding outcomes in Ofsted Pupil Development, Maths and PSHE.
- Strategies to capture evidence of Pupil Development for Ofsted.
- Pedagogies and practical tips to teach numeracy and financial literacy.
- Being confident when using digital technology in classrooms.
Attending teachers will receive:
- A certificate to deliver numeracy and financial literacy education.
- Complimentary access to our award-winning Money Wise Lessons curriculum.
- Free access to CPD resources.
- Free access to follow up surgeries and technical support.
About the workshop facilitators:
Claire Clinton, as an advisory teacher, has over 20 years’ experience, working in Essex, Redbridge, Newham, Barking and Dagenham as well as nationally for DfE, QCDA, TDA and is the lead director of REHubs for England & Wales. She is passionate about children and young people being given the tools to be able to articulate and understand their beliefs and motivations.
Sabrina Au is a pioneer in digital education, having developed and delivered new learning tools for young people from the start of her career. The resources she and her team develop are co-created with educators, ensuring they are easy-to-use, Ofsted-compatible and fun to learn from. From teacher training seminars to full in-class lessons for pupils, Sabrina has extensive experience facilitating engaging learning environments for teachers and young people alike.
About the organisers:
Dot Dot Fire is the winner of the Lord Mayor’s Dragon Award for Leadership in Financial Literacy, creating industry-leading numeracy and financial literacy education to empower young people towards financial freedom. Our game-based financial literacy curricula are co-created with DfE-certified experts and used during in-class hours, engaging over 2000 schoolchildren.
The Newham PSHE Partnership was established in 2019 to support Newham schools through the process of implementing the new statutory curriculum around RSHE. It won the DfE bid to train schools in NE London and The East on RSHE and from this continues to work with schools and LA’s to ensure the potential of PSHE curriculum is high quality across schools and education settings.