Training

Study Day at St John’s Primary, Newcastle Weds 15th November 2017

This study day will enable participants to work with children and observe lessons in the morning. Lunch will provide a further chance to talk to teachers. The afternoon will be an opportunity to look at examples of planning, ask questions about the practicalities of mantle, and include a short workshop on ways to start a mantle.

9 – 9:15 start with coffee and cake
9:15 – introduction to mantle and what we do in St Johns
9:40 – 10:30 – into KS1 and early years to observe classes
11 – 12 into KS2 to observe classes
12 – 1pm – lunch and a chance to talk to staff, look at books, planning etc
1 to 3pm – working with Y5 class (teachers observing/ joining in) as a further demonstration as to how we use drama for learning/ mantle in the classroom.
3 – 3:30 – finish, any questions etc.

Cost: £80 per person. Spaces are filling up fast!

Please contact Ian Gorman for details and to book a place.

St John’s Primary is a Mantle of the Expert Training School with links to the PGCE course at Newcastle University.

Head Teacher – Mrs. Tracey Caffrey,
Teindland Close,
Benwell,
Newcastle Upon Tyne,
NE4 8HE

Comments from our previous study days:

We welcomed eleven teachers and senior leaders from schools across Yorkshire, Northumberland, Sunderland and Newcastle to see ‘mantle’ in action at St John’s. It was a brilliant day and feedback included:

‘Staff and children were excellent – teachers and TAs very skilled, children very engaged and model pupils!’

‘School was very welcoming. Extremely worthwhile seeing mantle in every year group.’

‘Classes were bursting with outstanding practice.’

‘I was impressed by the difficulty of the subject matter covered and the levels of the children’s engagement and how articulate they were.’

‘Great trainers. Fantastic day and very motivating.’

‘It was inspiring hearing children talking so passionately and maturely about topics that would, in other schools, be avoided or hard to access.’

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