**THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED**
#DL30 is a group of primary and secondary leaders collaborating to share all the ‘goodness’ across Doncaster with support from Partners in Learning and the Local Authority.
The concept is simple:
• 30 minute session
• Select from 3 school presentations
• Have the opportunity to ask questions
• No evaluation! No Fuss!
• Access to a resource library
Choose from one of the following presentations:
WHAT NEXT? - Use of formative assessment strategies and diagnostics - from Phillipa Cousins at Rossington St Michael's Primary.
So What …
RECONNECTING RELATIONSHIPS - Establishing behaviour routines and child self-regulation - Ruby’s Worry (Whole school well-being) - from Carolyn Buckley at Travis St. Lawrence Primary.
With an ever increasing need to focus on children’s wellbeing in school, here at Travis St Lawrence we have successfully combined whole school book study of a quality text with supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing. Through a text led, child centred approach, we have managed to focus on supporting children’s emotional needs whilst immersing them in different, quality picture books.
Not ground-breaking, nothing whizzy, just good books, explored with all of our children in a supportive way.
Our case study will explore why we chose this approach, the books we have used, the impact on our children and our recommended reads.
CREATING CONNECTIONS – our evidence informed approach to teaching, learning and curriculum design, underpinned by the principles of memory and metacognition – supporting children to know more and remember more - from Julie Jenkinson and Claire Dunn at Bawtry Mayflower Primary.
This case study outlines how we have used the principles of memory and metacognition to inform our whole approach to teaching and learning. We exemplify how leaders at all levels have put evidence into practice - embedding the following key principles into the curriculum design of the subjects/areas they lead.