Loughborough Learning Alliance
Leicestershire LE11 4SQ
Tel: 01509 632911
Fax: 01509 231605
Leicestershire LE11 4SQ
Tel: 01509 268506
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Our continuing professional development programme draws on the skills and experience of schools within the Alliance, alongside expert trainers.
As well as scheduled courses, we also offer bespoke school-
This highly popular course run by Neil Griffiths, the highly popular author of many children’s picture books and educational publications, is a wonderful source of inspiration for making and using role-
This highly thought-
Learning to read is really hard work and doesn't always appeal to all children. Young boys can particularly find learning this new skill daunting, opting for more practical and active ways to spend their time.
Children’s starting points in language development are widely accepted as a key factor impacting on progress and outcomes in the EYFS.
However, nationally increasing numbers of children begin school at developmental stages well below those expected.
Simon Perkins, a local Headteacher is setting a new venture up in 2018/19 and is is holding a launch event at Ashmount School in April.
The aim of the company is to enable children to become the proactive, informed and fulfilled citizens of tomorrow, as well as teaching them to become readers, writers, mathematicians, scientists, artists, and designers.
We believe that engagement is key to successful learning, using different environments, settings and strategies to hook children into learning, to enhance their enjoyment and understanding and to provide opportunities to use and apply knowledge and skills learned in the classroom.
Come and attend the free launch event to learn more about this great venuture.
Early Excellence are delighted to be working in partnership with the Loughborough Learning Alliance to offer a series of workshops based in the model classroom.
These workshops are designed for a range of practitioners who work in EYFS and Year 1 and are guaranteed to inspire, challenge and inform practice and provision.
This is an opportunity for experienced leaders, with a recent track record in raising levels of attainment and progress for disadvantaged pupils, to gain NCTL accreditation to conduct pupil premium reviews.
Basic training for all staff and more advanced training for designated first aid leads.
Essential training for governors in LLA member schools and in schools that were formerly part of the Loughborough Development Group.
Training in positive behavioural support through a whole-
These meetings offer an opportunity to network with other Primary schools, to share knowledge, practice and ideas, and to discuss local and national issues, challenges and priorities, engaging in collaborative development work and identifying CPD requirements.