Monthly Archives July 2017

2 Months Until The National Education Show – What To Expect!

The countdown for The National Education Show is down into double digits now - just 73 days to go, so just over 2 months left! And the day is set to be absolutely huge for education, Wales and further afield. Here we'll re-cap what we have lined up, things to do and what to expect on 13th October at the City Hall.  Tickets Available Here 40 + Seminars, huge range of topics covered.  We have a packed programme of seminars running throughout the day from 9:30am - 5:30pm, covering an extensive range of topics listed to the right. We have tried
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Seminar Added: How safe is your school? How to deal with a school fire, keeping your staff and pupils safe in an emergency.

Our aim in hosting The National Education Show is to ensure that schools are supplied with the knowledge and resources to maintain high standards in every aspect of school life. In light of the recent Grenfell Tower disaster, we realised the need to inform teachers of Fire Safety to ensure that in the situation of a fire staff know how to get everybody out of the building safely. In emergencies every second can be crucial, so it’s a smart move to make sure that all staff have a basic level of Fire Safety Knowledge.Read the seminar description and further details
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CBAC- Mae ein hadnoddau yn cynorthwyo athrawon i ddarparu gwersi cyffrous a diddorol

Mae ein hadnoddau yn cynorthwyo athrawon i ddarparu gwersi cyffrous a diddorolYn ystod y Sioe Addysg Genedlaethol, byddwn yn arddangos ystod o adnoddau digidol sy'n rhad ac am ddim, wedi'u cynllunio'n benodol ar gyfer athrawon sy'n cyflwyno ein cyfres o gymwysterau diwygiedig.Beth sydd ar gaelAdnoddau digidol i gefnogi dysgu TGAU a Safon Uwch diwygiedigMae cyfoeth o adnoddau ar gael i herio myfyrwyr a datblygu'r meddwl er mwyn mynd i'r afael â rhai o'r amcanion asesu newydd.Banc CwestiynauAdnodd sy'n eich galluogi i greu papur cwestiynau gan ddefnyddio rhai o'r miloedd o gwestiynau o gyn bapurau CBAC. Gallwch hefyd ychwanegu sylwadau arholwyr
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Exhibitor Spotlight: WJEC – Our resources help teachers deliver exciting and engaging lessons

At The National Education Show, we'll be showcasing the range of free digital resources, specifically designed for teachers delivering our suite of reformed qualifications.What's available?Digital resources to support the delivery of reformed GCSEs and A levels A wealth of resources to challenge learners and develop thinking in order to address some of the new assessment objectives.Question BankA tool which allows the creation of practice question papers from thousands of WJEC past paper questions. This, along with an accompanying mark scheme and examiner's comments can be a useful classroom or revision activity.Online Exam ReviewOER is an innovative, interactive resource designed to
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Our Most Popular Seminars Have Doubled in Size – 100 SEATS ADDED!

Tickets Here Due to phenomenal demand at some of our seminars, we have re-jigged our event and moved things around at The National Education Show to accommodate more visitors! We are now using the Ferrier Suite of Cardiff City Hall, which seats 200 people. All of our sold out seminars have been boosted with a hundred more seats.These seminars have proven to be extremely popular, and will likely sell out again before the event. It's a good idea to book your place as early as possible to avoid disappointment.  The following seminars have been increased and are now back on sale
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TEACHMEET: Come along to our FREE afternoon session!

Our afternoon session of The National Education Show will include a free Teach Meet session. Below is a message from the organiser, Alessio from CollaboratEd, to tell you all about the session and what to expect. To sign up for the TeachMeet session, follow the button below.  Sign Up to Teach Meet What is a TeachMeet?A TeachMeet is an informal gathering for those of us who are enthusiastic about learning and teaching and who are keen to share ideas. Everyone is invited to share approaches they have trailed in their classrooms, examples of good practice and to ask questions, or simply
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