Month: March 2021

Supporting your children’s remote education during coronavirus (COVID-19)

Page summary: Information and support for parents and carers of children who are learning at home. Change made: Added top tips for supporting your child during remote education. Added links for information about the Reading Well booklist that supports mental health, how to find your local library and the services they offer, and online support …

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Early Years Passport Update Briefing – Questions

The first live Passport Update Briefings took place on Thursday 25th February with 145 Early Years practitioners: schools, settings, and childminders, joining from across the county. All newly released features were demonstrated. If you were unable to join the session and would like to see the demonstration, please watch the video attached here. Please follow this …

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Consultation for Alnwick STEM Hub

Advance Northumberland is developing a feasibility study to assess the potential of establishing a STEM Hub in Alnwick. Current plans for the STEM Hub are based on the FabLab concept, providing workshop space for schools, individuals, clubs and community groups to access to explore and learn about different emerging technologies, such as 3D printing, satellite technology …

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NE Festival of Languages 22-26th March 2021

www.expressyourselfne.com Express Yourself North East is the only festival of its kind in the UK and is a public celebration of linguistic and cultural diversity in a forward thinking, internationally connected region. There are range of FREE live events in during Festival Week for North East schools (from early years to university) and communities. From …

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DfE message about RSHE. February 2021

At this half-way point in the academic year, the Department for Education (DfE) has shared a new message about implementing RSHE. Statutory status officially began in September 2020, with expectations about full preparedness extended to summer 2021 to deal with the impact of Covid-19.  The Sex Education Forum have published a helpful statement and reproduced the …

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STEM Science Week

RTC North are the STEM Ambassador Hub for North East England, sign up to attend their ‘Science Week’ 8th to12th March which is themed on Innovation for the future. https://stem.rtcnorth.co.uk/events/105/British_Science_Week_-_Innovating_for_the_Future#.YDzwzGj7SUk

Early Years Update

Dear Colleagues,   Passport Update Briefing – 25.02.2021 The first live Passport Update Briefings took place on Thursday 25th February with 145 Early Years practitioners: schools, settings, and childminders, joining from across the county. All newly released features were demonstrated. If you were unable to join the session and would like to see the demonstration, …

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Secondary/High Heads of Maths: Research into Creativity in Maths

Durham University are looking for Heads of Maths to participate in a research project. The purpose of the research is to construct a sample list of notions of CiM (Creativity in Mathematics), and particularly to identify some similarities and differences among the those identified by different groups of mathematicians (PGCE students, Heads of Maths and …

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