HOW TO TAKE THE STING OUT OF TRANSITION
Developing effective school partnerships & local networks
The Driver Youth Trust invites you to join us at Prospect School for a free twilight networking event that focuses on building local networks to support transitions between settings. The evening will include talks interspersed with a networking opportunity for participants to learn from each other about effective practice for transition.
We are glad to subsidise this event, bringing colleagues together to support the young people of Reading.
Anyone attending this workshop will leave with a deeper understanding of what good transition looks like, and how it can be implemented in school. There will be opportunities to discuss ideas and share good practice.
This workshop is suitable for anyone working in schools, from teachers to SENCos and senior leaders. If you are interested in sharing your experiences and keeping up to date with recommended practice, join Jules Daulby, at Prospect School on the 3rd July 2018 at 16:00.
If you have a literacy programme or resource you would like to share, please bring it along.
Prospect School provides each student with the opportunity to succeed. The school is committed to high standards: hard work, good behaviour and positive relationships enable the students to achieve excellence. Prospect works hard to ensure that the school is a lively, purposeful and supportive community, meeting the needs of each and every person. Their induction programme begins in the summer term of Year 5 and is continued at the beginning of Year 7 so that their youngest students quickly become confident and relaxed in their new surroundings.
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