afTLC Professional Development Courses

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In response to policy changes, in particular: the Ofsted Framework; the proposals for the National Curriculum from 2014; the removal of assessment levels; changes to Health & Safety and examinations and most recently the launch of the PE & Sport Premium we are inviting attendance at the following professional development / physical education courses:

  • Assessing without Levels
  • Effective Curriculum Design
  • Getting ready for Ofsted

Andrew Frapwell has been involved in developing curriculum and assessment practices nationally and internationally – most recently the physical education curriculum in Kosovo. He is the author of “Assessing without Levels: safeguarding the future of physical education” (Coachwise 2014). You will engage in interactive activities to encourage deep learning

Steven Caldecott is a qualified Ofsted inspector and has worked at all stages of education from primary through to higher education. He will provide an insight and a clarity to the inspection framework in particular focusing on what you can do to improve teaching to impact on progress in learning and standards and how assessment information might be used to achieve this. Steven has had glowing testimonials about his down to earth common sense approach; his attention to detail and an ability to not take himself too seriously!

Offers:

There is a discount for attending two or all three of these courses and a 10% discount for a second member of staff who attends the same course from the same school

  • The daily course rate is £190 + VAT
  • Attend two courses for £330 + VAT (Enter coupon code: aftlc-any2 at the checkout)
  • Attend all three for £480 + VAT (Enter coupon code: aftlc-all3 at the checkout)

Those of you who have attended one of our assessing without level’s courses previously are invited to attend the curriculum design course.  If registering on the Assessment and Curriculum courses you are strongly recommended to attend the Curriculum course after the Assessment course