Best Practice Sharing Webinars
Best Practice Sharing is an exciting series of free online webinars for schools on aspects of excellent practice, with an opportunity to ask questions of an expert in the field. We have lined up some fantastic teachers who will be sharing their best practice on topics such as securing top grades, libraries (including human borrowing) and oracy. These webinars are designed to enable and empower teachers in all school phases to support all learners but particularly those with high learning potential.
These free webinars with Q&A are 1 hour long and will be delivered remotely via Zoom. A Zoom link will be sent at least 24 hours before each session. If you have difficulty accessing the webinars please email email@example.com
Best Practice Sharing Programme
Tuesday 8th March 2022 4.00pm-5.00pm
The Library: the Hub and Heart for High Potential Learners
For Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form Level Teachers, SLT and Librarians
The workshop will look at how to use the library to improve literacy teaching and a genuine buzz about reading across all subjects. Matilda has endless innovative ideas to share and you must hear about her new venture – human borrowing!
The Facilitator is Matilda Deja
Matilda moved from the English classroom to the library at Parliament Hill School, a large fully comprehensive state school in Inner-London, where she has created an exciting space for everyone in the school. The library is an integral part of the high learning potential offer in partnership with every subject area and all year teams.
Friday 20th May 4.00pm-5.00pm
Securing the Top Grades in History GCSEs for High Potential Learners
For SLT, History Teachers and Subject Leads
This workshop will talk through some of the strategies Abi used to improve History results quickly and spectacularly. High Potential Learners led the way, raising achievement for all.
The Facilitator is Abi Faik
Abi is the Team Leader for History and Politics at Parliament Hill School, a large fully comprehensive state school in Inner-London. The History department achieved a Progress 8 score of 1.27 with 39% of the 116 mixed ability learners securing L9-7.