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Teaching and Learning Symposium - 30th November 2016 - presentations, resources and links
Workshops:

1. 'Skoolbo’ Improving Literacy and Numeracy skills through games based learning. Led by Michael Emerton from Exwick Heights Primary 
"Skoolbo is a great new site to help with reading and maths. Children are immersed in an incredible learning world and are highly motivated by the inbuilt rewards. Parents and teachers are equipped with an array of tools to help achieve wonderful educational outcomes for their children. And best of all – it’s free!" www.skoolbo.co.uk

2. Designing a New School Curriculum. Led by Chris Holding from Wynstream Primary
Presentation 
Big question exemplar planning
Curriculum evaluation
Intellectual progression
Previous big questions
Year 2 Curriculum coverage
Year 3 Curriculum coverage
Year 4 Curriculum coverage
Year 5 Curriculum coverage
Year 6 Curriculum coverage

3. Dyslexia friendly classroom. Led by Penny Hackworthy from Exwick Heights Primary
Advice sheet teachers working memory 
Some basic spelling rules
What does a Dyslexia friendly classroom look like

4. Nurture as second nature? Led by Alison Betts from Exeter Children’s Federation
Nurture as second nature - presentation 
www.nurturegroups.org

5. Languages in KS2 classrooms. Led by Sammy Bickham from Exwick Heights Primary
Languages in KS2 classrooms

6. EDUCISE: Educate the mind, exercise the body. Led by Jonny Holding from Wynstream Primary
Educise games booklet
101 Classroom Games: Energize Learning in Any Subject helps students improve their study skills, aids them in reviewing material, prepares them for
Primary Energise is a new Wake and Shake programme, designed for busy primary school teachers. Register with your school email address for a free


THE NEXT SYMPOSIUM TAKES PLACE ON 25TH JANUARY 2017 AT ST JAMES SCHOOL

To confirm your attendance please email mark@exeterconsortium.com or call 01392 927171

Future Symposium dates:
25th January 2017
15th March 2017
10th May 2017
28th June 2017