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  Newsletter 30  20 October 2018  
 

 

In this week's newsletter:

Edtech Conf 25 June - Book your place!

Join the team to hear Philip Webb's keynote, entitled 'It's alright when it works', where ideas about how digital and analogue methods can work in harmony in the modern curriculum will be suggested.  The choice of delegate breakouts includes Drama and Technology, The Power of Picures & Poetry, Use of Film, Digital Storytealling and the Use of Tech to Stimulate Learning which will be delivered by a number of guest speakers including Rob Smith, Charlotte Hacking, Julian Wood, Paul Tullock, Alex Fellowes & Tim Bleazard. EducationCity, Pobble and Purple Mash will also be delivering sessions to showcase how their products can enhance the teaching of English in your school. To find out more and to book your place online please click here.  Please note you will need to decide which breakout sessions you would like to attend before registering online.

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Bradford Learning Network new contract launch 

The Bradford Learning Network team are launching BLN4 on the afternoon of Thu 21 Jun.  Jo Dean, Project Manager of the BLN, will deliver an overview of the next contract and what the new BLN4 subscription will include.  She will be joined by partner organisations who will discuss connectivity, filtering and procurement options. There will also be an opportunity to attend a desktop monitoring overview session. A personalised quote for all maintained schools and stand alone academies will be available to collect on the day and you will have the opportunity to discuss your options with the BLN team and partners. The event is aimed at SLT and School Business Managers - a further event will be held for Network Managers and support providers on Wed 27 Jun.  To book your place please click here.

Film for Learning: Culture in the classroom opportunity

Over the last 7 years the team have worked locally, regionally and nationally delivering highly successful ’Primary Film Literacy projects’ with a range of partners including BFI , Into Film, IVE (formerly Cape UK), Philip Webb Literacy and Bradford City of Film. These projects have all achieved their outcomes to increase attainment and engagement in reading and writing across KS2. We are excited and proud to be able to offer Bradford schools the chance to be involved in our next Film Literacy project in partnership with Into Film. This project is a 3 year funded project and will enable your school to effectively embed the film literacy across the curriculum to increase attainment and engagement in Literacy. If you would like to be considered for the project (there are 7 school places available for the Bradford Cohort) please click here to find out more and to complete the expression of interest form. For further information contact paul.scott@theinnovationcentres.com

 

 
 

 

 

 


 

 
 

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