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  • NW24 Annual Conference 2019 Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, Pupil Premium leads, SEND co-ordinators and Governors from across the membership attended the 2019 NW24 Annual Conference, which took place on Wednesday, May 1st, at the sunny and bright Bristol Pavilion.This year's theme, “Addressing the disadvantage gap” followed our successful bid for funding from the Local Authority in October 2018, to initiate a project to investigate and reduce the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers. Working with Inclusion Expert, the NW24 Gap Project commenced in January 2019. With significant investigations within 4 pilot schools completed, we were ready to share the opening results and opportunities with our membership. Keynote speaker and Gap Project consultant, Daniel Sobel (founder of and lead consultant for ...
    Posted by Miranda Frost
  • NW24 INSET Day 2019 Our 4th Inset Day took place on Monday 7th January this year and was hosted yet again with true finesse, by Bristol Free School. On this day we welcomed over 550 delegates from 21 member schools, who were attending 33 CPD workshops, spanning; safeguarding, SEMH, curriculum and leadership topics.NW24 wishes to thank the BFS team yet again, for their unstinting support, both before and during the event, with special thanks to Sarah, Jacob, Laura, and Ann - you were all amazing! Thank you.Special thanks also go to the wonderful teaching staff from within our schools, who ran creative and inspiring workshops, sharing their wisdom, knowledge and passion. Thank you all for participating and contributing to everyone's learning.We ...
    Posted 19 Feb 2019, 06:42 by Miranda Frost
  • Congratulations to Horfield Primary Congratulations to Horfield Primary in hosting the Bristol Children's Literature Festival Well, what a fantastic day it turned out to be! After lots of planning, the big day arrived on Saturday 14th July.  The school was sparkling both inside and out, classes were ready for our numerous guest authors, the ticket booth ready for "on the day" visitors and the sun was shining! Among the many authors running workshops were Amy Wilson, Andy Seed, John Hegley, Kjartan Poskitt, SF Said, Mini Grey and Chris d'Lacey.  As well as the author workshops, we had inspirational art and craft workshops running throughout the day and two singing workshops for KS1 and KS2. SF Said: Thank you and everyone involved with ...
    Posted 4 Sep 2018, 03:37 by Miranda Frost
  • NW24 Annual Conference 2018 NW24 Annual Conference 2018 focused this year on Improving outcomes for vulnerable learners (including: PP, EAL and SEND children) within NW24 member schools. Our audience included Heads, Deputies, Governors, SBMs and SENCo’s and secured a phenomenal turnout across the partnership. During the day, delegates explored “whole school approaches” with KeyNote speaker Marc Rowland, Head of Research at Rosendale School and how creating a culture of high expectation and aspiration, positively impacts outcomes for all and works to deliver equality of opportunity. Delegates also learnt about “high-impact” deployment of TA’s with Robert Webster of MITA, plus LA city-wide plans to deliver “equal opportunity”, so providing a local context to the topic, with Sue Rogers, Service Director for ...
    Posted 25 Apr 2018, 05:25 by Miranda Frost
  • Pupil Events - our activities so far.... The Big Bake-Off:On Thursday 1st February, Christ Church hosted a fantastic baking competition – the inaugural NW24 Big Bake in which 11 schools participated.The teams gradually arrived for the morning session, carrying their special and top secret ingredients. It was clear from the faces that the bakers were nervous, but raring to go.The recipe was revealed; a simple biscuit recipe. Concentration, teamwork and smiles were required. The teams got to work mixing their ingredients, rolling out their dough and cutting the shapes (using their special cutters). We had our expert baker and judge on hand – Amy from Anna Couture – to guide the novices. The teams had ‘Help’ cards available to ask for adult help. Teams were ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2018, 03:15 by Miranda Frost
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