CPD Collaborative schools
The CPD opportunities on this page are only open to members of the Kirkby Collaborative of Schools.
Teaching for Mastery Development programme Knowsley Headteachers Meetings
Teaching for Mastery Development programme Knowsley Headteachers Meetings
Participating school Headteachers are invited to attend two meetings during the year. Both are at Eastcroft Park
Thursday 28th November
Thursday 19th March
Young Edge Hill Scholars programme (YES) – Phase 2
Briefing meeting about the 2019-20 programme.
This meeting is for Headteachers or their representative who can help ensure engagement with the programme.
This meeting is for Phase one schools (All Saints, Eastcroft Park, Sts Peter and Paul, Ravenscroft, Millbrook)
and our new Phase Two schools ( Kirkby High, St Joseph the Worker, St Michael and All Angels, St Marie’s, St Laurence’s )
We will look at successes and areas for improvement from last year and plans for this year.
It is proposed to hold the meeting on Tuesday 1st October from 1.15pm – 3.15pm. at Eastcroft Park Primary School.
Year 5 to 8 Maths Continuity Programme with NW3 Maths Hub
The programme will take place on the following dates at All Saints Catholic High School:
Tuesday 12th Nov 2019 1 – 4pm
Thursday 16th Jan 2020 1 – 4pm
Wednesday 11th Mar 2020 1 – 4pm
See further details attached.View Document
Northwest Maths Hub 3 subject leader meetings with Central Area Collaborative colleagues
Northwest Maths Hub 3 Subject Leader meetings with Knowsley Central Collaborative colleagues
Autumn Monday 11th November 1.00pm – 3.00pm Eastcroft Park
Spring Friday 14th February 1.00pm – 3.00pm Venue TBC
Summer Thursday 25th June 1.00pm – 3.00pm Venue TBC
Kirkby Gallery – Teacher First Preview – Made on Merseyside
Thursday 19 September, 3.45 – 4.30pm (followed by the exhibition launch, 4.30 – 6.30pm)
Behind the Scenes Walk & Talk
This exhibition celebrates and showcases industry in Knowsley, the goods produced here and the people who made them. It shares the stories of businesses large and small, past and present.
At the heart of the exhibition are objects, photos and footage of colleagues, factories and products, loaned from a variety of individuals and organisations, as well drawing upon Prescot Museum’s collection. Bringing it all to life will be a refreshed montage of film and audio clips of various local history projects, footage and personal interviews. Some of these interviews have been conducted in the months leading up to the exhibition, so as to capture more recent experiences and memories not previously documented.
Businesses and companies featuring in the exhibition include: Amazon Studios, Tinling's, Huntley and Palmer, Lancashire Watch Company, Leather Satchel Company, Kirkby Tyres, Cronton and Whiston Collieries, Royal Ordnance Factory, Hornby Meccano, BICC, English Electric and many more.
These Teacher First events are an opportunity for teaching staff to see this exhibition before it opens to the public and learn more about how and when you can use the gallery for school visits. Our bespoke educational activity sheets specially designed for this exhibition will be available at this event.
To book a free place on the Teacher First Preview…
email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0151 443 4936View Document
Kirkby Collaborative and Kirkby Gallery – forthcoming exhibitions
Made on Merseyside 23 September - 16 November 2019
Crafted 2 December 2019 - 11 January
From Kirkby with Love: solo exhibition by Philip Garrett 27 January - 11 April 2020
Making an Impression: from The Ashmolean, Oxford 27 April - 11 July 2020
The Printed Line: from the Hayward Gallery, London 27 July - 5 September 2020
Please see attached details of the exhibitions programme up to 2020.View Document
Kirkby SciBar – Autumn 2019 meetings
Kirkby Scibar – Autumn 2019 meetings
Tuesday 17th September - Prof. Rachel Williams - Materials for Shape our Vision; How advanced materials are fighting the loss of sight
Tuesday 15th October - Dr Claire Burke - Astro-ecology: saving endangered animals with technology from the stars
Tuesday 19th November - Prof. Janet Hemingway from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
December - No meeting
Each meeting is on from 7.00pm to 9.00pm at Holy Angels Social Club, Sydney Powell Avenue, L32 0TP in Westvale.
The talks are accessible and suitable for older primary school children and anyone above that – basically from 10 to 110!
SciBars are simply science in a bar or a Social Club. Every month we bring you a different scientist who leads a discussion about their research. Come and enjoy a drink and a lively scientific discussion at the Kirkby SciBar. You don’t need to know any science at all.View Document
Subject Leader briefings with School Improvement Liverpool – Autumn 2019 – Summer 2020
New programme for 2019 - 20 for English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Art, Design and Technology, Whole School Curriculum leads and Deputy Heads
Venue – Eastcroft Park Primary School, Hollinghurst Road L33 1EB Tel. 4778210
Parking – Limited parking in school grounds. Additional parking on bays opposite school and on roadside.
Access – school main door via school carpark or pedestrian pathway from road (not private Nursery door on Holinghurst Road
Start time - 2.30pm prompt (refreshments will be available half an hour prior to the start time)
Refreshments – tea, coffee, water and biscuits
Samples of pupils work, moderation, planning etc – some meetings will involve the sharing of school materials. Any requests will be made before the meeting. Please make every effort to bring along whatever is requested. This helps ensure the most effective meeting can take place.
Conference material sharing – via Wetransfer after the event ( all materials are the property of School Improvement Liverpool and should not be shared further than the school) The Kirkby Collaborative of Schools has a service level agreement with SIL and pays for the use of the resources.
Further details – contact Steve Dixon email@example.com 07711338410
Safeguarding Training for School Leaders and Governors with Phil Cooper
Kirkby Collaborative and School Improvement Liverpool
Safeguarding Training for School Leaders and Governors
With Phil Cooper
at Suites Hotel
on Monday 30th September from 9.00am
(registration and refreshments from 8.45am and 12.45pm)
9.00am – 12.00pm (registration and refreshments from 8.45am)
Safeguarding Briefing for School Leaders and Governors
Phase – Cross-phase
Audience – Headteachers, other School Leaders, Designated Safeguarding Lead and Governors
The morning session will focus on key whole school safeguarding issues, supporting them to develop and quality assure their safeguarding arrangements and be Ofsted ready.
1.00pm – 4.00pm ( registration and refreshments from 12.45pm)
Designated Safeguarding Lead Annual Refresher Training
Phase – Cross-phase
Audience – Designated Safeguarding Leads and School Leaders including headteachers
Headteachers who are also Designated Safeguarding Leads or who provide cover for this role should also attend the Annual Refresher Training for Designated Safeguarding Leads
This training will examine key Safeguarding Children Board processes and will support members of the school's safeguarding team to refresh their training and stay updated, in keeping with statutory training requirements. A number of case studies and exemplar referrals will be shared during the afternoon.View Document
Team Teach training – Eastcroft Park Primary School – Wednesday 25th September 2019
This course covers: personal safety, team building, non verbal and verbal de-escalation communication strategies, and some positive handling techniques.
The course is delivered by Ian Rafferty and Jo Ledbury.
Randstad Education have been delivering Team Teach training for over 10 years and have successfully trained hundreds of teachers, senior managers and school support staff. Training is delivered by Ian Rafferty and Jo Ledbury from the Liverpool branch, both of whom are qualified teachers and accredited Team Teach Tutors.
Ian is a specialist SEND Consultant for schools across Knowsley and Jo is currently Senior Business Manager for Randstad’s Liverpool office where he has worked for over 15 years. Both have a strong understanding of the Team Teach ethos and why it is important for staff to be trained to a high standard.
Randstad Education currently work closely with many schools in Knowsley and are able to offer an excellent and bespoke training package in partnership with the Kirkby Collaborative of Schools.
The course costs £75 including refreshments through the day and a Subway lunch.View Document
First Aid Courses – Application form –Autumn 2019
Kirkby Collaborative of Schools - in association with Eduk8 Partnership
First Aid and food safety training - Autumn term 2019
Holiday Inn Express, School Lane, Kirkby L34 9HA
Please see attached our range of courses for the Autumn term and application form.
All courses begin at 9.00am and end at 4.00pm apart from medicines. Courses may finish earlier at the discretion of the presenter. It is a requirement to attend the full course. Leaving before the end of the course can invalidate the qualification.
All the training will be in the two larger training rooms of the Holiday Inn Express. Tea and coffee is self service, on arrival and during the training.
A light sandwiches and chips lunch will be provided.
The training receives positive evaluations, with many delegates returning to renew their certificates.View Document