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future stars teaching school alliance

a future star

Future Stars Teaching School Alliance (FSTSA) is based in Hackney, London. We offer a range of world-class teacher training services.

Queensbridge Primary School is lead school for Future Stars TSA. Already an Outstanding National Support School, Queensbridge Primary School was delighted to receive its Teaching School status from the National College for Teaching and Leadership in April 2014.

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We have identified distinctive but complementary areas of expertise within all of the schools in our Teaching School Alliance. This allows students and staff to benefit from a fertile training ground and a range of different experiences in contrasting settings.

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Events

Jan
17
Tue
A Practical School-Based Introduction to Peer Mediation @ The Tomlinson Centre
Jan 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This course will insure that participants understand how to implement peer mediation at their school in a meaningful and sustainable way.

You will be given:

  • A scheme of work that will train children to take ownership of Restorative Language and resolve conflict themselves.
  • The opportunity to see peer mediation in action
  • Meet peer mediators and discuss the impact in a real setting

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Behaviour Leads, Inclusion Managers, PSHE Coordinators, Learning Mentors, Pastoral Support and Senior Managers wishing to gain an overview of the restorative process.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To understand the benefits of peer mediation for the whole school community
  • To take away an action plan for your school
  • To examine a range of tried and tested materials to aid effective implementation
Feb
10
Fri
Teaching for Depth and Mastery – Chris Quigley @ Tomlinson Centre
Feb 10 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Depth of Learning is the key measure of progress in the new National Curriculum. The government is proposing end of key stage assessments which include a mastery level. This course will help you to understand the nature of progress, the type of questions to ask to help pupils to reach the mastery level, as well as provide examples of mastery level questions from all the National Curriculum Subjects. Led by Chris Quigley.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Staff who wish to develop skills or support colleagues to develop assessment for learning skills e.g. Classroom Teachers, Assessment Coordinators, Subject leaders and Senior and Middle Managers.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To define and illustrate Depth and Mastery
  • To understand the nature of depth and mastery across the curriculum
  • To explore some practical approaches to teaching for depth and mastery.

 

 

 

 

 

Apr
25
Tue
An Introduction to resolving conflict in the classroom through Restorative Approaches @ The Tomlinson Centre
Apr 25 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

This course will offer you the skills to work restoratively with a class or group to help them resolve conflicts, deal with low level bullying, explore and address underlying problems within your class and enable students to feel empowered to have their voice heard within the group.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Behaviour Leads, Inclusion Managers, PSHE Coordinators, Learning Mentors, Pastoral Support and Senior Managers wishing to gain an overview of the restorative process.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Understand how the restorative process can be used in a group setting
  • Develop the skills needed to prepare and run restorative classroom/group conferences
  • To look at case studies of successful implementation in school.

 

 

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