Thank you to everyone who attended out subject specific network groups during the Summer term. As we navigaed school closures and home learning during COVID-19, SAfE organised and supported a series of networks to allow subject specialists to work together with their peers across Surrey and consider the most effective way to support their students during in home and blended learning environments.
We are running KS3 and KS4 Lead Pastoral Networks this academic year.
Resources and suggestions generated by our subject and pastoral networks can be found on the appropriate subject pages below. Please see the event table below to book a place on one of these networks.
Please find our upcoming schedule of Online Subject Network events. Visit our organiser page to view all of these events, or click on the links below for individual subjects.
Please note: All networks will take place at 3.45pm to 4.45pm on Zoom, with the exception of Maths, which is managed by Surrey Maths Hub. Science networks will be organised by the Surrey Science Learning Partnership and will run at 4.00pm.
Subject networks are FREE for all SAfE Subscribers; for non-SAfE Subscribers Networks are charged at £150 for a single subject for the year, or £1,200 for all subjects. Contact email@example.com for more information, or visit our membership page for details on how to become a subscriber.
Thursday 4th February
Wednesday 10th March
Thursday 29th April
Monday 5th July
Book your place here via SurreyMathsHub!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. This is a new network for KS5 subject leads in the spring term and a small one off fee will apply for attendance.
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