As learners return to school for a new academic year, SAfE is providing support to Surrey Primary schools to help them navigate the next phase of re-opening amid the ongoing and evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
Visit our English and Phonics page to find information and key documentation on best practice and approaches to teaching English and Phonics in Primary Phase.
You will also find resources generated by our Subject Networks and Remote Learning Resources which may be of use when planning your Remote Learning provision.
All Surrey Primary schools are invited to meet with other pupil premium leads at the pupil premium network meetings. The network will provide an opportunity to share effective practice and gain updates and information on pupil premium related topics. The primary function is to implement Surrey-wide strategies to address the seemingly entrenched gap in performance between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged children and young people.
Four Meetings a year, 1.5 hours by Zoom (the first session was held in November 2020) See the adjacent table for the eventbrite booking link.
• SAfE subscribers: £96 for the year
• Non-SAfE subscribers: £120 for the year
SACRE is running ongoing Primary RE networks. These local networking groups are well established and provide a useful forum for curriculum leads for RE in Primary schools using the Surrey Agreed Syllabus. Upcoming meetings are scheduled to take place remotely via Zoom and are held on a termly basis, after the half term break.
To find out more information and details on pricing, and to book, visit this page.
Please note that Surrey Plus Maths Hub is running a series of Primary Maths Online Network Meetings - click here to register
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