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Welcome

We are very pleased to be working with the Catholic Schools Partnership again this year. This area is for the Catholic Schools Partnership and contains all the information for the subscription provision available to subscribing schools for the academic year 2016 - 2017. This provision builds on the CPD delivered last year and has been created in consultation with the partnership to meet their needs. Click on the different tabs to see the programme and who your supporting consulatant is.

By registering to access any of this content online, you are agreeing to subscribe to the provision below for the school at a cost of £1835 per school.

Each of the subscribing schools has a link consultant who will liaise with a nominated member of staff from each school to ensure all provision is delivered accordingly and will be the school’s first point of contact with regard to the CSP subscription provision.

Please contact the link consultant for your school ASAP (see the Your Consultants tab) so that we can arrange the necessary provision at your school. Please note some of the CPD starts in the coming weeks.

(e)-Safeguarding

Outcome: All schools achieving the OnLINE Safety Mark by July 2017

Last year each school sent a member (or several members) of staff to 3 sessions covering all aspects of the SWGfL 360 degree online safety tool. The continuing support this year is to ensue all schools realise the recommended standards in the online tool to successfully achieve the Online Safety Mark.
 


Activity 1: Strategic (e)Safeguarding meeting

Date:   Sessions to be confirmed and delivered with each school before 21 October 2016

Each school will receive a half day visit at their school reviewing their present provision through updating the SWGfL 360 degree online safety tool ensuring that any CPD  or policy development is carefully recorded in an action plan. We will contact you no later than the 30th September to arrange this session.

Audience: Staff


Activity 2: (e)Safeguarding CPD session 1

Date:   Wednesday 23rd November 9:00 – 12:00

Half-day session at the Innovation Centre including refreshments.

The session content will be based on common themes identified from the individual school Strategic (e)Safeguarding meetings and any national / regional relevant (e)Safeguarding information.

Agenda for the session which will be led by Paul Scott:

• Update on the latest Safeguarding guidance and documentation from Ofsted and DfE referring directly to Online Safety.

• Update on the changes to the 360 degree safe audit tool in February this year.

• Discussion of policies and exploring modelling policies.

• Discussion and sharing of concerns / successes from schools and defining the second half day session.
 

Audience: Staff

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Activity 3: (e)Safeguarding CPD session 2

Date:   Wednesday 15th February 9:00 – 12:00

Half-day session at the Innovation Centre including refreshments.

The session content will be based on common themes identified from the individual school Strategic (e)Safeguarding meetings and any national / regional relevant (e)Safeguarding information. Please note the content of this session will be confirmed on or before the 25th November.

Audience: Staff

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Activity 4: CEOP ThinuKnow training

Dates: TBC with each subscribing school

Each school to receive a CEOP ThinkuKnow training session at their school at an agreed time. The session will be for all staff / governors.

Please note this is a ThinkuKnow accredited session and all attendees must have an appropriate DBS certificate to attend. Dates will be confirmed with individual schools on or before the 4th November.

Audience: Staff & Governors


Strategic ICT Development

Outcome: All schools have an effective ICT / computing action plan

Schools will carry out a full audit of provision at the school through meetings with subject leaders and SMT. This will lead to the development of a detailed three year action plan around ICT provision at the school. CPD needs for this year will be identified and addressed through a series of half day CPD sessions available to all staff over the year. Pupil Digital Leaders will support the delivery of this plan at each school.


Activity 1: Strategic ICT meeting for Computing leads

Date:   Session to be confirmed and delivered with each school before 21st October 2016

Each school will receive a half day visit at their school with computing subject leaders and other relevant staff to begin an auditing and action planning process at the school. The session will include recording all ICT resources, and evaluating the impact and cost effectiveness of ICT provision at the school using a data dashboard tool and auditing templates.

Audience: Computing / ICT lead and other relevant staff


Activity 2: ICT / Computing CPD sessions – six half-day sessions

Date:   CPD 1 Monday 5th December 09:00 – 12:00    KS2 Coding elements of the National Curriculum. 

Date:   CPD 2 Monday 5th December 13:00 – 15:00    KS1 Coding elements of the National Curriculum. 

Date:   CPD 3 Friday 3rd February 09:00 – 12:00        Using the Media Strand to support English in Key Stage Two

Date:   CPD 4 Friday 3rd February 13:00 – 15:00       Using the Media Strand to support English in Key Stage One

Date:   CPD 5 Thursday 30th March 09:00 – 11:30      Using the Data Handling Strand to support Mathematics in Key Stage Two Book here

Date:   CPD 6 Thursday 30th March 13:00 – 15:30      Using the Data Handling Strand to support Mathematics in Key Stage One Book here

Each school will be able to send staff to any of the sessions. In some cases this may involve attend back-to-back sessions on the same day. 

 


Activity 3: ICT / Whole school ICT session for SLT

Date:   Thursday 19th January 09:00 – 12:00

Several years ago, heads and senior leadership were able to participate in a programme called SLICT (Senior Leadership of ICT) that enabled SLT to keep abreast of the latest technologies for whole school improvement. This session will provide guidance and discussion around the cost effective use of technology and online provision to enable schools to make informed decisions about present and future investments of technology whole school development.

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Activity 4: Development of Pupil Digital Leaders

Bradford has one of the largest and most successful Digital Leader programmes in the country with the trained Digital Leaders having a major impact on whole school effective use of technology. The programme involves two half days of training at the Innovation Centre and a short (30 minute) in school visit to blog about the impact of the Digital Leaders. Each training session is for a member of staff who brings 4 children from their school to be trained as a Digital Leader and includes online resources through Edmodo.

GROUP 1 Book
Digital Leader Group 1 Day 1 Tuesday 11th October 09:15 – 11:30  
Digital Leader Group 1 Day 2 Wednesday 22nd March 09:15 – 11:30   

For these schools
St Anne's Catholic Primary Academy

St Francis' Catholic Primary School
St John The Evangelist Catholic Primary School
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bingley)
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bradford)
St Matthew's Catholic Primary School
St Winefride's Catholic Primary School

 


GROUP 2 Book 
Digital Leader Group 2 Day 1 Tuesday 18th October 09:15 – 11:30  

Digital Leader Group 2 Day 2 Friday 24th March 09:15 – 11:30    

For these schools
St Cuthbert & the First Martyrs' Catholic Primary School
Our Lady & St Brendan's Catholic Primary School
Our Lady of Victories Catholic Primary Academy
St Anthony's Catholic Primary School (Clayton)
St Clare's Catholic Primary School
St Columba's Catholic Primary School
 

Literacy and English

Outcome: Improve attainment in boys writing in KS2 through the use of film literacy.

Last year we delivered a successful programme on the effective use of film to improve attainment in boys writing at KS2. This is a continuation of the provision focused on raising attainment for all children in reading and writing in years four and five aimed at staff who were not involved last year.
 


Activity 1 Day 1 training

Date:   Friday 21st October 09:00 – 15:00
Full day at the Innovation Centre focused on exploring how film literacy can be used effectively within English. This session will be led by Tim Bleazard looking at a variety of resources, short films and techniques linked directly to the Year 4 / 5 writing programmes of study.

Audience: Staff

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Activity 2&3 Training for staff and pupils

These 2 sessions are Learning with Learners sessions. Learning with learners involves a member of staff working alongside 3 children so that the teacher can see how the pupils react and engage with the content. It also enables the children to act as digital leaders back at school utilising their knowledge and experience to work alongside the teacher in lessons relevant to the content covered in the sessions. This session will focus on modelling key components of day 1 using a short film and a variety of activities to develop comprehension of the film as a visual text and how this can be used to develop writing.

Audience: Staff and pupils together


AM GROUPBook

Date:   Session 1 Friday 10th February 09:00 – 11:30 
Date:   Session 2 Tuesday 28th February 09:00 – 11:30

For these schools
St Cuthbert & the First Martyrs' Catholic Primary School
St Francis' Catholic Primary School
St John The Evangelist Catholic Primary School
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bingley)
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bradford)
St Matthew's Catholic Primary School
St Winefride's Catholic Primary School


PM GROUP Book
Date:   Session 1 Friday 10th February 12:30– 15:00
Date:   Session 2 Tuesday 28th February 12:30– 15:00 

For these schools
Our Lady & St Brendan's Catholic Primary School
Our Lady of Victories Catholic Primary Academy
St Anne's Catholic Primary Academy
St Anthony's Catholic Primary School (Clayton)
St Clare's Catholic Primary School
St Columba's Catholic Primary School

 


Activity 4 Evaluation and case studies

Date:   Thursday 22nd June 09:00 – 11:30

This is a half-day session for all staff involved in the project to feedback about the impact in their school and create a detailed case study of the project,

Audience: Staff 

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HLTA Cross Curricular use of Technology

Outcome: Improve the knowledge and understanding of how technology can be used to improve attainment across the curriculum.

The learning with learners’ provision we provide enables a member of staff to work alongside a group of pupils. Each session models key skills, knowledge and understanding of using technology in a specific area of the curriculum. The pupils and the HLTA can then support other pupils and staff in the effective use of the session content at their school. Each school will have access to a menu of Learning with Learners’ sessions and can choose to attend one of the sessions.

You can see the full list of Learning with Learners sessions here

When you book just select CSP as payment option!

Your consultants

 

Our Lady & St Brendan's Catholic Primary School Tim Bleazard
Our Lady of Victories Catholic Primary Academy Tim Bleazard
St Anne's Catholic Primary Academy Tim Bleazard
St Anthony's Catholic Primary School (Clayton) Steve Dale
St Clare's Catholic Primary School Steve Dale
St Columba's Catholic Primary School Steve Dale
St Cuthbert & the First Martyrs' Catholic Primary School Steve Dale
St Francis' Catholic Primary School Paul Scott
St John The Evangelist Catholic Primary School Steve Dale
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bingley) Steve Dale
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bradford) Steve Dale
St Matthew's Catholic Primary School Paul Scott
St Winefride's Catholic Primary School Steve Dale
 

You can find all the Catholic Schools Partnership courses here