Paul Dix Conference – Plymouth – 30th January 2025

Paul Dix – The Behaviour Specialist 

 

 

Event: Paul Dix Conference with Maureen McKenna and Tara Elie

Outline: Paul Dix will provide a 90 minute session followed by a 3 hour session with Tara Elie (Practical Strategies), the day will come to a close with a 45 minute session with the former Glasgow DofE Maureen Mckenna.

 

Date: Thursday 30th January 2025

Time: Full Day TTBC

Venue: High View School

Cost: £100

Book Here: https://www.ptsa.uk/events/paul-dix-the-behaviour-specialist-conference/

(Lunch and Refreshments will be provided)

Mr P ICT – Plymouth -13th September 2024

Book Here: https://www.ptsa.uk/events/mr-p-ict/

 

Event: Mr P ICT

Date: Friday 13th September 2024

Time: Full Day (TTBC)

Venue: High View Primary School

 

Price: £100 per delegate

Lunch and refreshments are included

 

Secondary Oracy – Speaking Up!

Secondary Oracy Package

Speaking up, The comprehensive, school-wide key to Oracy for secondary teachers.

At PTSA we are a leader in a nationwide movement to get secondary schools speaking again. We firmly believe not just in the central importance of Oracy across all subjects and levels, but in the range of new and exciting, results-based methodologies for teaching it.

We are delighted to share our comprehensive and systematic 9-module programme with our colleagues across our city. Speaking Up offers fresh, eye-opening ideas and techniques which you can put into action straight away. An opportunity to make oracy the learning priority it deserves to be.

 

For further information, please email: info@ptsa.uk

 

Oracy Project Impact Report

The Plymouth Oracy Project was designed to develop theoretical and pedagogical understanding of dialogic talk for learning amongst school staff, with a particular focus on improving the Oracy development and educational outcomes of pupils falling into the ‘disadvantaged’ category.

The project sought to extend the success of existing collaborative teaching projects across schools in the UK, such as that demonstrated in Voice Bradford, Voice 21 and Oracy Cambridge.

Click here to read the full report >