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HUBdate: Issue 20

May 2022

Welcome to our regular newsletter that aims to keep you in the loop with all things Red Kite Teaching School Hub.
HUBTalk
Our HUBTalks are free online sessions designed to provide support and information to schools in our region. Everyone is welcome, so please share details regarding the events to your colleagues. 
HUBTalk: Effective Professional Development Guidance Report
by Jane Elsworth, Research School Network

We are delighted to welcome Jane Elsworth from Huntington Research School to our next HUBTalk at 4pm on Wednesday 25th May. This free online event is suitable for all school staff and governors. Jane will walk us through the EEF’s Guidance Report on Effective Professional Development.
May 2022
25
Register
Register your place here
Upcoming HUBTalks

15 June 2022 Mel Ainscow, Emeritus Professor of Education at Manchester University is internationally recognised as an authority on the promotion of inclusion and equity in education. You are invited to listen to Mel presenting his international research on the importance of research and collaboration in the school system.

Coming in the new academic year: Professor Jonathan Sharples from the EEF joins us to talk us through the updated Implementation Guidance Report.
Early Career Framework
We will be holding a series of online ECF Information Events in the summer term especially to support any schools that are new to the programme in 2022-23. These will take place on:
If you would like to register an Early Career Teacher with the Red Kite ECF Full Induction programme, please complete this form. You can use this to register ECTs starting with you this term or in September. If you employ an ECT who has started their induction already in another setting, you can also let us know this information on the form and we will oversee the transfer to our programme.
Updates to DfE's Manage training for early career teachers' service

From 10 May, changes will be made to the DfE's 'Manage training for early career teachers' service to allow schools to set up their training programmes for the next academic year.

Revised information and guidance is available at Collection: Induction, training and support for early career teachers.

Schools will still be required to give information about their ECTs to 3 different services:

  1. DfE
  2. Appropriate Body 
  3. ECF provider

The DfE portal schools will initially ask schools to answer whether they are having an ECT in September – you need to click yes, no or not sure at this stage. Click NO if you are not having an ECT so they don’t keep asking you. If you click YES you will be asked to input the details of the INDUCTION TUTOR-name and email. The INDUCTION TUTOR is the person that will complete the reviews and make the assessments (statutory). This is different to the mentor who works weekly with the ECT on the ECF.

The Induction tutor will then receive an email to input the ECT and mentor details on the portal. They will be required to give the following information: ECT Name; email; induction start date; Teacher Reference Number (TRN) and date-of-birth.

This is the same information Red Kite will require together with where they gained QTS and what subject or age range they will be teaching, and contract details (part/full time).

If working with Red Kite we will collect information once – if you are working with both our ECF and AB then we will transfer this information so you only need to give us this once. If you are just working with the ECF or just the AB then please indicate this on the form.

The Appropriate Body will continue to use ECTManager and ECTs can be registered on the system as soon as you have the information. For those schools not set up on ECTManager from this year – we will guide you through the really easy process.

Supporting Recovery Training Programme
In the wake of the pandemic, schools are working hard to mitigate the impact Covid-related disruption has had on their pupils’ learning and life chances. The Education Endowment Foundation’s Research Schools Network are delivering newly developed free online training programmes, specifically designed to provide support school leaders in their approach to educational recovery, school improvement and planning for the next academic year.

The programmes will provide guidance on using evidence to identify potential solutions to challenges schools are facing, and context-specific tools and worked examples of putting new initiatives into practice.
Three cohorts are running in North Yorkshire:
  • For secondary, alternative provision and special schools:
    • 7th June (13.00 - 16.00), 15th June (14.00 - 15.30), 20th June (14.00 - 15.30), 6th July (13.00 - 16.00)
  • For primary schools:
    • 18th May, 25th May, 8th June, 22nd June, 29th June, 6th July (all 13.30-15.00)
    • 19th May, 26th May, 9th June, 16th June, 30th June, 7th July (all 15.45-17.15)
Further information and details on how to sign up can be found on our website.
National Professional Qualifications
The DfE have confirmed that all NPQ programmes will be fully funded through 2022-2023 and 2023-24 as part of the Government's Covid-recovery programme. We hope to offer a suite of eight NPQs from September:
  • NPQ for Executive Leadership
  • NPQ for Headship
  • NPQ for Senior Leadership
  • NPQ for Leading Teaching
  • NPQ for Leading Behaviour and Culture
  • NPQ for Leading Teacher Development

Including two brand-new NPQs:
  • NPQ for Leading Literacy – for teachers who have, or are aspiring to have, responsibilities for leading literacy across a school, year group, key stage or phase
  • NPQ for Early Years Leadership – for leaders qualified to at least level 3 with a full and relevant qualification, who are, or are aspiring to be:
    • managers of private, voluntary and independent nurseries
    • headteachers of school-based or maintained nurseries
    • childminders with leadership responsibilities
There is more information about NPQs on the TSH website. If you are interested in joining an NPQ programme next year, or have any questions about the programmes, please complete this expression of interest form.
Curriculum Hubs events

Effective Phonics Practice Twilight
Thursday 12 May, 4.00 to 5.15pm Online

This workshop is aimed at EYFS/KS1 teachers and Reading Leaders to develop effective SSP teaching .

We will provide you with new key messages regarding the recent DfE update on the Essential Core Criteria and SSP validation process:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/choosing-a-phonics-teaching-programme/list-of-phonics-teaching-programmes

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/phonics-teaching-materials-core-criteria-and-self-assessment/validation-of-systematic-synthetic-phonics-programmes-supporting-documentation

Book here

Joint English & Maths Hub Briefing
Tuesday 3 May, 2.00 to 4.00pm 

For School Improvement Advisors, Head Teachers, Leaders & Teachers

This short, half an hour briefing will provide you with up to date information on national and regional updates in our curriculum areas.

Book here

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