- The Heritage Conference Teacher CPD and Events event on 21st May 2013
- PETERBOROUGH LA: Better Reading Partnership - Day 3 Teacher CPD and Events event on 21st May 2013
- PETERBOROUGH LA: Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) Reading Moderation Teacher CPD and Events...
- Milling and breadmaking at Sacrewell Water Mill Student Events event on 25th May 2013
- Peterborough Green Festival - PECT Student Events event on 25th May 2013
- I'm a Bronze Age Person, Get Me Out of Here! at Flag Fen Student Events event on 28th May 2013
- Clay and Clare Student Events event on 29th May 2013
- Perfect Puppets Student Events event on 30th May 2013
- Anthony Reddy - Mathematics CPD Day Teacher CPD and Events event on 3rd June 2013
- PETERBOROUGH LA: Mathematics Subject Leader Workshops Teacher CPD and Events event on 4th June 2013
Curriculum for Learning
One of the core strands for the Peterborough Learning Partnership, Curriculum for Learning focuses on how schools can develop their curriculum to meet the needs of their children.
PLP offers high quality CPD for staff and a range of exciting events for children.
Explore the forthcoming events for the CPD offer through Curriculum for Learning.
Download the PLP Subscription Guidance document to explore the benefits within Curriculum for Learning.
Strand Facilitator - Anne-Marie McElhinney, Head at St Thomas More Roman Catholic Primary School, Peterborough
Clare Clark -
Head at Eye Primary School
Annette Dagless - Head at Welbourne Primary School
Steve Gash -Head at Paston Ridings Primary School
Karen Roofe - Head at Bishop Creighton Academy
Charlotte Krzanicki, Assistant Head at Fulbridge Primary School
Stuart Mansell, Head at Nene Valley Primary School
Andy O'Neill, Assistant Principal at Ken Stimpson Community School
John Green, Peterborough Music Education Hub Consultant
Stuart Orme, Vivacity
Mary Foreman, Chair of PLP
Iain Simper, PLP Manager
Ken Robinson 'Bring on the learning revolution' - In this poignant, funny follow-up to his fabled 2006 talk, Sir Ken Robinson makes the case for a radical shift from standardized schools to personalized learning -- creating conditions where kids' natural talents can flourish.
Alison Gopnik 'What do babies think?' - "Babies and young children are like the R&D division of the human species," says psychologist Alison Gopnik. Her research explores the sophisticated intelligence-gathering and decision-making that babies are really doing when they play.
A partnership is developing with http://www.childrensuniversity.co.uk/ - keep an eye out for more details...