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Tickets are running low – 5 reasons to book your INSET Day TODAY!

With limited spaces left available for this year's National Education Show, if you were hoping to book an INSET Day for the show - the time is NOW! Make sure to get in there early and reserve your seminars for just £10 per seminar today! This jam-packed whole day education showcase will be taking place 16th November 2018 at Cardiff City Hall, with seminars on a massive range of topics such as Mental Health, Behaviour & Well-being, SEND and Management. A full list can be found here.Keep reading below to learn more about why NES is a day not to be missed for your school! 1. The Seminars Teachers have found our event great value for money, as you’ll be supplying all of your staff with valuable and substantial knowledge on various topics, while guaranteeing that all staff members can attend. Visitors can select the CPD certificate most suitable for them on the day and can stay at the venue all day using the time for valuable networking, idea sharing and knowledge building amongst their teaching peers.Seminars are just £10 per attendee, which includes full day access to the school supply exhibition also taking place on the day. 2. Exhibition The National Education Show also involves an educational supplies exhibition, where you and your ...

Anderton Tiger Radio coming to #NESWales

We're happy to announce that Jocelyn Andrews and Russell Prue from Anderton Tiger Radio will be broadcasting live from The National Education Show floor in Cardiff City Hall, on November the 16th. They will be bringing all the news and chat that is happening on the show-floor, so you can listen to them live from 11am - 3pm whether you're at the show or not!The live show will packed full of things to listen to, with interviews with key guests and exhibitors at NES Wales, conversation from the show floor with both exhibitors and delegates (it could be you!), music and phone-in competitions all wrapped up with informed education conversation from Russell and Jocelyn.The live show will provide an outlook on the National Education Agenda in Wales, while looking on the importance of the Digital Citizenship Strand and Creativity in Schools! And obviously, a celebration of the National Education Show itself! The broadcast will be repeated regularly after the show on the Anderton Tiger Radio channel and available via a soundcloud link available on our website, with an iTunes and RSS Podcast feed download also available. So you will able to listen to the entire show gain if you missed it the first time, or ...

Our most popular seminars are selling out at NES – get them before they’re gone!

Our fantastic range of educational sessions at NES 2018 are proving even more popular this year, with many of our CPD accredited seminars already close to selling out!Topics featuring mental health, raising standards and curriculum change are proving very popular again this year, with some of our talks by the UK’s top speakers down to less than 5 tickets left. If you were planning on booking on to any of the following seminars, get in touch today to reserve your place, before it’s too late!For larger bookings, head to our downloads page for a group booking form or call us for more advice! Visible Learning in the Classroom- Jackie Beere Presented by Jackie Beer, Visible Learning represents the most comprehensive analysis of current educational research into what works to help children make progress.This workshop will introduce a perspective on this and other research, such as Carol Dweck’s powerful research on growth mindset, in order to help you improve your impact. Make learning even more engaging, effective and visible in your classroom to promote progress and resilience.Learn more about the speaker and book tickets here! Breaking Down the Barriers: Raising Boys’ Achievement- Gary Wilson Presented by Gary Wilson, this seminar reflects on what it takes to break down the barriers and raise boys’ achievement and how ...

Delve further into Subject Development at this year’s National Education Show

The programme at this year's National Education Show has been designed to provide teaching staff in all stages and levels of their professional career a chance to develop a range of skills.In our programme, we've featured a selection of seminars designed to aid in Subject Development, in subjects including science, languages and more. With guest appearances from Daf Baker, Karen Milles, and a great list of highly-skilled education professionals, these seminars on Subject Development will explore methods and ideas that you and your staff can implement in your classrooms.  Alongside this, we have a fantastic exhibition of school products, services and supplies with over 130 companies offering demonstrations, deals and introductory offers. Check out our list below of seminars that will help with subject development. Don't delay - make the most of our £10 tickets today!   Subject DevelopmentLove Languages, Love Learning- Liz McLeanLiz McLean has been a teacher of Languages for almost 20 years and is currently Head of Languages at Christ College Brecon. She sees language learning as a vital skill in any pupil profile and aims to share her passion for languages with the pupils that she teaches.This seminar will look at how to get pupils on board in their language learning and how to build their confidence and resilience in the languages classroom. ...

EconoME – Exhibitor Spotlight, Bank of England

We're happy to have the Bank of England at this year's show, where they will be showcasing EconoMe at their stand. Learn more about it at the show (tickets) and the blog below.As the United Kingdom's central bank, the Bank of England are committed to providing schools across the entire UK with free, high quality teaching resources and exciting initiatives.  We want to support teachers and help students in their understanding of our work and the economy in general. Earlier this year we unveiled EconoME, our free programme of high quality downloadable teaching resources to support students in their understanding of the work of the Bank and the UK economy in general.   EconoME is available in both Welsh & English. ​EconoME is a resource for teachers of pupils aged 11-16.  It provides a range of engaging classroom resources that aims to provide young people with the economic awareness and analytical skills needed to make informed decisions over some of the big choices they face. EconoME uses real-world examples and best-practice strategies from experts at the Bank of England.  The three lesson plans use interactive activities, films, a glossary and colourful visual guides to enable teachers to deliver the material with confidence.   EconoME is ...

Body Percussion as a classroom starter activity (for any subject)

Specialist music teachers have long known the value of body percussion. It’s music that you can make anywhere and with anything. This makes it an equally exciting tool for use by non-musicians in their lessons. We have pulled together four of our favourite ways for any teacher to make use of body percussion in their starter activities. The ideas below will allow you to make music with your class so that you can deliver the learning objectives of any subject. Body Percussion with Call and Response​ Sometimes, lessons need to start with an energiser. Last lesson of a rainy day? Start with an energiser. A sleepy class after a school trip? Start with an energiser. It wakes everyone up and gets the children ready to learn. A great option is to combine body percussion with call and response. Try clapping and stomping a rhythm to your class and getting them to copy it back to you. Be fussy about the pupils being accurate with the rhythm and keeping a steady pulse. This will focus their minds on accuracy and wake them up! It doesn’t even have to be limited to a starter activity. Does your lesson feel a little one-paced? ...

The Primary Science Teaching Trust (PSTT) – Why Primary Science? A highlight of the teacher support we offer, and one of our key resources, now in Welsh!

The PSTT is an educational charity whose vision is “to see excellent teaching of primary science in every classroom in the UK.” Research tells us that a child can decide that science is not for them before they leave primary school. This presents a huge concern, because whether a child chooses a career in science or not, they still require a level of scientific literacy to make informed and responsible decisions about their personal health and well-being, and the important wider issues for society. Furthermore, the future of the UK economy depends on a continuous pipeline of skilled scientists entering the workforce. A good primary teacher nurtures a child’s innate curiosity about the world around them which is crucial for the development of scientific skills, understanding and positive attitudes to science. This is no easy task and teachers need continued support. The PSTT seeks to provide this support through offering free-to-access resources and lesson plans; largely underpinned by substantiated research from practising teachers and our partnerships with academic collaborators. Further, we recognise the achievements of outstanding primary science teachers and award them Fellowship to our virtual College. Through the Primary Science Teacher College our Fellows receive access to funding and continued ...

Samaritans 24/7 – Talking About Mental Health

Today is the Samaritans 24/7 Awareness Day, running alongside their “Talk to Us” mental health awareness campaign which takes place annually in July. Today, the 24th July (or, 24/7) is a very significant date, the Samaritans are hosting the #TheBigListen to highlight the fact that the Samaritans are always available in their call centres 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Anybody who is struggling with their mental health, their feelings and emotions can call the Samaritans at any time and verbalise their thoughts, and get their problems off their chest to an experienced and understanding counsellor. “If you're given the time and space to talk things through, you can find a way through your problems.” - Samaritans Website.  It's good to TALK - Samaritans At NES, we are extremely passionate about mental health awareness, and ensuring we spread the word of ways troubled people can get help if they are struggling.  One of our Directors, Nicola S Morgan, has created a short video which explains one method of how to carry out a conversation about mental health and emotions in young people, in an open and understanding way, whilst ensuring the troubled individual has the correct treatment and help. ...

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