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NTEN Lesson Study (South)

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As a part of our INSET day on Friday 21st November I am delighted to announce that we are collaborating with NTEN to host an Introduction to Lesson Study event.  It is a really exciting opportunity for us to be able to collaborate and launch our own program of lesson study across the school. Alongside this event we also have the excellent David Didau delivering a keynote and then working with some members of staff on developing subject specific literacy practice.  Anyone who is attending the NTEN event is very welcome to join us  for the keynote presentation in the morning which will start at 8.30am.  Please register for this event via Eventbrite here

The NTEN information release is here:

We are delighted to be hosting our first Lesson Study event for the year on Friday 21st November in conjunction with Oriel High School, in Sussex. This event is a unique opportunity for NTEN members to hear David Didau deliver a keynote regarding literacy, as well as an excellent chance for schools to collaborate and share best practice around the introduction and implementation of Lesson Study.

The timings of the day are as follows:

*08.30 – 10.00: David Didau Keynote (literacy)

10.00am         Registration and welcome

10.30pm         Introduction

10.45pm         Introducing Lesson Study in your school.

11.30pm         Speed Networking

12.00pm         Designing an enquiry question: a workshop

12.45pm         Lunch

1.15pm         Final points and close.

*Provisional timetable. Subject to change.

Register for the event here. Drinks and light refreshments will be provided.

 

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