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Professional Learning & Development

The School of Education offers an extensive range of high quality Professional Learning & Development (PLD) opportunities for individuals and organisations working within the Education sector. All of our programmes are practice-based and impact-driven in order to support high quality teaching and learning and school improvement priorities.

Our PLD portfolio is continually updated to respond quickly to national and local initiatives, and has been designed to be delivered in a flexible way. We offer a range of delivery patterns to suit school preferences including:

  • Conference days, twilights and weekend sessions delivered at our Hope Park Campus
  • Bespoke programmes/consultancy delivered at Hope Park Campus or onsite training at your school
  • Fully accredited PLD modules and programmes of study at Master's level.

All PLD courses offered by Liverpool Hope are based on inquiry and research into your practice, and are designed to affect a real and lasting practical impact on the teaching and learning in your school and on school improvement.

We are happy to make a visit and discuss your requirements with you at your school. 

Download our School of Education PLD Brochure  to explore our current education courses.  

Contact us: 

Tel: 0151 291 3834/3061
Email: [email protected] 

 

Professional Learning & Development

Choosing an evidence-based intervention to support dyslexic learners

Choosing an evidence-based intervention to support dyslexic learners (Non Partner School)

Description

Through interactive tasks and discussion-based activities, this session will explore the fundamental elements that need to be incorporated when supporting learners with dyslexictype difficulties and the rationale behind this. A variety of different interventions and supportive strategies will be explored, to enable you to have a greater understanding when choosing an evidence-based intervention to best support learners in your setting (KS2 & KS3).

StartEndCourse Fee 
Monday 5th December 2022 4:00pm - 5:30pm
05/12/202205/12/2022£50.00[Read More]
Choosing an evidence-based intervention to support dyslexic learners

Choosing an evidence-based intervention to support dyslexic learners (Partner School)

Description

Through interactive tasks and discussion-based activities, this session will explore the fundamental elements that need to be incorporated when supporting learners with dyslexictype difficulties and the rationale behind this. A variety of different interventions and supportive strategies will be explored, to enable you to have a greater understanding when choosing an evidence-based intervention to best support learners in your setting (KS2 & KS3).

StartEndCourse Fee 
Monday 5th December 2022 4:00pm - 5:30pm
05/12/202205/12/2022£30.00[Read More]
Encouraging SEND learners to Reading for Pleasure (Non Partner School)

Encouraging SEND learners to Reading for Pleasure (Non Partner School)

Description

This session goes beyond the mechanics of teaching pupils to read and considers whether pupils with reading difficulties are actually choosing to read and more importantly, the barriers which may prevent this from happening. Participants will be encouraged to explore different ways to promote reading for pleasure (RfP), as well as how to recognise it and support SEND pupils to choose and share books in a primary setting.

StartEndCourse Fee 
Monday 12th June 2023 4:00pm - 5:30pm
12/06/202323/06/2023£50.00[Read More]
Encouraging SEND learners to Reading for Pleasure (Partner School)

Encouraging SEND learners to Reading for Pleasure (Partner School)

Description

This session goes beyond the mechanics of teaching pupils to read and considers whether pupils with reading difficulties are actually choosing to read and more importantly, the barriers which may prevent this from happening. Participants will be encouraged to explore different ways to promote reading for pleasure (RfP), as well as how to recognise it and support SEND pupils to choose and share books in a primary setting.

StartEndCourse Fee 
Monday 12th June 2023 4:00pm - 5:30pm
12/06/202323/06/2023£30.00[Read More]
Working Memory and SEND (Non Partner School)

Working Memory and SEND (Non Partner School)

Description

Working Memory (WM) is a complex area of cognition and pupils experiencing WM difficulties can find that it impacts their learning across the curriculum. This session will examine some of the theory and research underpinning WM difficulties and how WM difficulties may present in both primary and secondary learners. Different strategies for supporting such pupils in the classroom will also be considered through interactive tasks and discussions.

StartEndCourse Fee 
Monday 24th April 2023 4:00pm - 5:30pm
24/04/202324/04/2023£50.00[Read More]
Working Memory and SEND (Non Partner School)

Working Memory and SEND (Partner School)

Description

Working Memory (WM) is a complex area of cognition and pupils experiencing WM difficulties can find that it impacts their learning across the curriculum. This session will examine some of the theory and research underpinning WM difficulties and how WM difficulties may present in both primary and secondary learners. Different strategies for supporting such pupils in the classroom will also be considered through interactive tasks and discussions.

StartEndCourse Fee 
Monday 24th April 2023 4:00pm - 5:30pm
24/04/202324/04/2023£30.00[Read More]

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