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Helen Green has over fifteen years’ experience as a primary school teacher, senior leader and is now an education consultant, inspiring and supporting the development of learning, teaching and of higher ability students and the wider application of challenge across the curriculum. Helen now works internationally, both face to face and virtually and is an associate member and assessor for NACE (The National Association for Able Children in Education. She also offers virtual challenge sessions to Gifted students. Helen has led several courses in Dubai and is particularly focussed on current thinking about thinking!
Helen is passionate about the central importance of questioning and her workshops offer practical hands on activities to both enthuse and motivate teachers and pupils and to raise attainment for all. In the current climate, she is still determined to make her courses as interactive as possible and includes many opportunities for delegates to network virtually and practice the course ideas prior to taking them back to the classroom.
|Topic||Gifted and Talented|
|Delivery Model||A five-hour blended, programme, comprising of 3 hours of virtual F2F training followed by 2 hours of post F2F reflection, including an opportunity for an individual 30-minute virtual meeting with the provider to discuss your own school’s requirements. .|
|Face to Face Online sessions||5 hours programme breakdown|
|3-hour Face to Face training using Zoom.
Training date: Wednesday 19th May 2021 3.45pm- 6.45pm
Deadline booking date: Wednesday 5th May 2021
It is more important than ever during COVID-19 that we are challenging our most able students, Young people in our schools need us to support them and
above all to offer them opportunities to thrive and succeed. This requires a rigorous well-planned curriculum which has at its heart high expectations for all.
Key points to consider in these unprecedented times include:
This course addresses the importance of identification and provision for the more able, giving you tools to take back to the classroom and use immediately, not only for the most able but to challenge all students.
Leaders responsible for more able Gifted and Talented in any Key stage and Class Teachers.
This practical training course provides an opportunity to investigate the process of identifying and providing for the most able students in our establishments.
‘A super course, with lots of ideas to take back to class’
‘This course had great practical ideas, thank you’
‘Really useful course, I found the ways to identify more able students really useful’
‘I really liked the way we had chance to discuss and network following your input’