CPD Training & Conferences

DEED offers teaching staff, trainees, schools, Early Years practitioners, Children Centre staff and community organisations dynamic CPD and training on a range of themes and curriculum areas listed below. Our team of experienced and accredited global education trainers will design a course to suit your curriculum needs, age group, budget and timescale. Our courses and events can all be adapted to suit twilight, half day or whole day in your venue or at a central venue.

Do not be put off by the dates on some of the flyers we can deliver the content any time. See also previous training and workshops for a flavour of work we have been involved in and can still deliver on request.

Take a look at this short film for evidence as to why the following courses make a difference in your school. Good Global Education

Whole School Global Learning

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Choose from a menu of training and support that can include: Initial SLT meeting to assess needs and focus, training in assessing global learning, training on any aspect of global learning within a subject, on-going consultancy on planning and a wide range of resources to use across the whole school.

 

 

 

As a result we hope that teaching staff and Heads will have a successful and sustainable approach to delivering global learning.  See course flyer for further details.

Exploring British Values

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All maintained schools must meet the requirements set out in section 78 of the Education Act 2002 and promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development of their pupils. Through ensuring pupils’ SMSC development, schools can also demonstrate they are actively promoting fundamental British values’

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Respect, integrity, liberty! All schools now have a duty to promote fundamental British values.  This presents both opportunities and challenges.  This course aims to help all schools develop a whole school approach to British values, whether it’s reflecting on your school ethos, developing a new policy, enriching your curriculum, creating school displays or improving pupil voice.

 

We aim to avoid narrow definitions and raise the profile of values education in your school to help children and young people make sense of the world, improve how they interact with other people and develop the sort of person they are becoming.

 

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“Super ideas for classroom practice.  Good to highlight and discuss differences between values and British culture and the effect that has in classroom and school ethos”

Exploring British Values Inset April 2016 participant

 

 

 

 

 

 

Participants will have the opportunity to:

 

  • Examine different ideas underpinning values and explore these within the context of their school and the wider world, linking to their whole school ethos and spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development
  • Share resources, ideas, lesson plans, websites and policies to deepen their understanding of British values and develop a whole school framework for learning about them.

This Exploring British Values inset is available at DEED, West Moors Middle School, Ferndown, BH22 0DA from 4.00pm to 5.30pm on:

 

Tuesday 6 June 2017, Tuesday 17 October 2017 or Tuesday 23 January 2018

Cost will be £50 per person or if your school is a registered GLP Partner School use your e-credits.  Contact DEED to reserve a space info@deed.org.uk

This training is also available as a whole school twilight inset from £200.

How do we know it’s working? Tracking the impact of global learning

GLP_Approved Training_RGBThis engaging and practical course demonstrates newly developed methods for measuring the impact of your Global Learning work on pupils’ attitudes and values.

Find out, with simple and effective techniques, what ideas and attitudes your pupils already hold, in order to create better teaching and learning opportunities, and gather evidence of the impact to share with colleagues.

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The work has been building on RISC’s acclaimed revised  toolkit for measuring attitudinal change, ‘How Do We Know It’s Working?’

 

This course can be delivered flexibly, either for a whole staff as a twilight, for your network of schools, or as a consultancy for a small number of teachers within a school who are interested in conducting a whole school audit of attitudes. Cost from £250 per school.  See course flyer for further details.

Multicultural Britain

Our training is designed to increase staff confidence in approaching curriculum work on British cultural diversity through discussion and sharing practical activities and resources promoting positive attitudes towards identity and diversity.

 

Sessions explore Multicultural Britain, what it means to be British, the use of appropriate language, links to Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups, websites and organisations.  Training links to United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), SEAL, PSHE, Community Cohesion, SMSC, History and Citizenship.  Muticultural Britain Flyer

 

‘Good practical resource ideas and activities’ – Teacher St George’s Primary School, Langton Matravers

Fabulous Fairtrade

0000440_fortnight-action-guide_275This year’s theme is ‘Sit down for breakfast, stand up for farmers!’.  Have a look at our Fabulous Fairtrade flyer and see how we can support you.  We also have some great new school packs from Fairtrade Foundation which will help you plan and publicise a fairtrade breakfast event.

 

Contact Abi if you would like a copy on resources@deed.org.uk.

 

Our training is designed to support staff with classroom activities, resources, displays and websites to investigate the impact and benefits of Fair Trade and how this links to the curriculum, the UNCRC and the Fairtrade School Award.

 

 

 

Fairtrade Foundation have produced some Fairtrade Adventure short films suitable for 7-11 years part 1 and part 2, 11 to 14 years part 1 and part 2 and 14 to 16 years part 1 and part 2

 

You will find details of the Fairtrade School award on the Fairtrade Foundation website.

 

Visit the Actionaid website for some great downloadable fair trade teaching resources.

 

This is a very useful publication Ethical Purchasing Guidance for Schools and Colleges if you are interested in exploring Fairtrade purchasing for your school.

 

There is a brand new Fairtrade programme ‘Jazz and Jagdeep Like Dancing’ available by Surya Arts for Reception and Key Stage 1 pupils.

 

Global Teacher Award (GTA)

GLP_Approved Training_RGBThis nationally recognised Level 1 training is approved by The Global Learning Programme (GLP) and accredited by Liverpool Hope University.

 

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The key areas of global citizenship covered include: Social Justice and Equity; Environment and Sustainability; Diversity and Identity; Peace and Conflict; Globalisation and Interdependence.aims to support teachers in developing skills, confidence and practical approaches to incorporate global learning into the curriculum and to promote active global citizenship in the classroom.

 

 

Thank you – your enthusiasm is infectious and will carry me far! Past Participant

Philosophy for Children (P4C)

GLP_Approved Training_RGBThe SAPERE Level 1 Accredited 2 day training course is suitable for all teachers wishing to develop children’s thinking skills and explore challenging subject matter. P4C methodology can enhance children’s confidence, raise self-esteem and encourage pupil participation.  This is available as a whole school inset package over 2 days and as a taster twilight session delivered in school at times to suit you.

 

Pig of happiness squareThis P4C SAPERE Level 1 Course is available on the following dates and at different venues to suit your location:

 

Tuesday 20 June and Thursday 29 June 2017 from 9.00 to 4.00 at Allenbourn Middle School, Wimborne, BH21 1PL

 

Thursday 2 November and 23 November 2017 from 9.00 to 4.00 at DEED, West Moors Middle School, Ferndown, BH22 0DA

 

This course is approved by The Global Learning Programme so GLP registered schools can use e-credits or contact DEED info@deed.org.uk to reserve a space.

 

We are very happy to now be able to run the first P4C SAPERE Advanced Level 2A Course in Dorset on Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 October 2017.   This course is only available to those who have completed the Level 1 Course.

 

Philosophy for Children reaps remarkable results for all pupils, but it does seem to work particularly well for those from disadvantaged backgrounds see the following links for recent articles; BBC news website, a published Sapere research brochure and Closing the achievement gap with P4C.

 

‘Very professional and extremely knowledgeable’  - P4C Course Participant February 2015

Early Years Practitioner and Children’s Centre Staff Training

Early Years Staff Training FlyerWe offer training, advice and resource support for Children Centre staff and managers, adults and Early Years Practitioners to enrich work linked to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) and Education for Global Citizenship.  Resources and global artefacts enhance the training and can also be borrowed as part of the package. Early Years Staff Training Flyer.

Primary Curriculum Planning

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Bespoke training for whole school/setting staff who wish to explore the global learning opportunities within the primary curriculum  and make explicit links with their planning and the 5 key outcomes of Global Learning.   Delivered in school at times to suit you. This training is accredited by The Global Learning Programme and registered schools can use e-credits.

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This training offers staff the opportunity to plan subject specific activities designed to engage pupils, be creative and inspire learning to increase pupils’ understanding of local diversity and multicultural Britain, global citizenship, children’s rights and much more.  We will share global resources which can be borrowed and used to ensure a broad and balanced curriculum.

 

See the Primary Curriculum Planning flyer for further details.

                                                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 ‘Our curriculum has been enhanced through the introduction of Global citizenship – this has given children a greater understanding of their place in the world; a greater awareness of current issues in the world and how they can make a difference’. - Headteacher, St John’s First School

 

Rights Respecting Global Citizens

 Teacher training at Beechcroft St Paul’s Primary, Weymouth

Bespoke training for staff in schools and Early Years settings who wish to develop children’s rights, respect and responsibilities and place the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) at the heart of their learning. This training covers themes related to global justice and sustainability and can support work towards Unicef’s Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA).

 

The positive impact of this training in Colehill First School and Mudeford Junior School can be seen here.

 

You can also see some of the fantastic achievements of  Ferndown Middle School.  A Rights Respecting School which is part of East Dorset Education Partnership (EDEP) who joined our Rights Respecting Global Citizenship project in the final year.  View their Rights Respecting School page and a range of photos from their India Project Week 2013 (we provided them with supporting resources).

 

UNICEF in Australia have put together this photo story exploring the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child which we think would be great for using in primary schools.

 

‘Year 1 have used more Resources/Visual/Stories/Land Maps/ Pictures linked to people as a result of the course, and made explicit links to the UNCRC in assemblies & documents. Olympics work will include role play, athletes, diverse people and where they come from, and British diversity and athletes’. – Teacher at Pimperne Primary School