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Young Londoners Fund
Find out more about Young Londoners Fund and the projects we are funding, and sign up for updates at www.london.gov.uk/young-londoners-fund
Roma, Gypsy and Traveller Best Practice
25 June 2019 from 14:30 to 17:30
Join Educational professionals to discuss the statistics on the current educational outcomes for children from Roma, Gypsy and Traveller communities. In this event we will consider a child's educational journey and hear from Bannockburn Primary School who will be presenting on their practices.
Friday 5 July, 11.00am-4.30pm, Institute of Education, London.
A CPD day for teachers on curriculum planning, personal development and the new Ofsted framework.
Teachers will gather in London on Friday 5 July at the UCL Institute of Education to consider the new Ofsted Inspection Framework, which gives a prominent role to Citizenship as a curriculum subject in both the new Quality of Education and Personal Development measures.
The CPD day will be full of practical sessions and guest speakers including the DFE and Ofsted.
The day is designed to help you consider and plan your curriculum for Citizenship, SMSC and Personal Development, using the three 'i's - intent, implementation and impact - described in the new Framework.
All teachers will receive ACT CPD certification to take back to their school.
Book your place here - https://www.teachingcitizenship.org.uk/events-cpd-training
Digital educators - free training
The Mayor’s Digital Talent Programme has funded London Connected Learning Centre to deliver free training to educators and youth workers of 11-24 year olds, have a look here for more information on free, digital educators training courses coming up.
RE:CODE London events
Our award winning RE:CODE London events give young Londoners the chance to take on real-life coding challenges, with a little help from LEGO! The aim is to build coding and creative problem-solving skills in year 5 and 6 students. At each session, students will build, code and learn with Milo the robot to help tackle some of our city's challenges.
Visit our page to find out more and book your free place. There are currently only places available in June for a session for SEND pupils.
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Education visits are suitable for all school groups: key stage 2 and above, colleges, universities and other London groups. More information and how to book can be found here.