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On-demand Courses

On-demand courses are recordings of the live courses. Each course comes with videos and course materials for you to work through, starting on a day of your choice. Available when you want: play, pause, rewind and discuss. On-demand is the most flexible way to learn.

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This course offers an in-depth exploration of integrating substantive and disciplinary knowledge within the English primary National Curriculum.
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In this course, Chris Quigley introduces strategies and techniques aimed at helping students overcome the challenge of retaining academic content in their long-term memory. Participants will gain practical insights and effective tools to enhance student learning outcomes by exploring the fundamental principles of learning and memory. This course emphasises seven research-based strategies: Dual Coding, Graphic Organisers, Page Layout, Sketch Notes, Retrieval Practice, Metacognition, and Writing to Learn.
This two-day course outlines how senior leaders can improve the quality of assessment in Foundation Subjects by using the curriculum as a progression model.
This course helps school leaders to answer two questions: How effective is your curriculum? How do you know? 
Research conducted by the Educational Endowment Foundation (EEF) indicated that there are five particular approaches which can be integrated into day-to-day teaching practice to raise attainment among children with additional needs, as well as their classmates.
In this session, Chris will explore Paivio’s Dual Coding Theory and how it can be used to make learning stick.
A video course exploring 12 principles of effective teaching and 30 areas of focus to choose from for lesson observations.
Find out about long-term memory and the cognitive principles involved in planning and delivering a curriculum designed for long-term memory
This highly practical, evidence-based course will help you to teach your students to write effectively across the curriculum and, in doing so, help them to develop a deep understanding of the topics they write about.
This course will help you to design and implement a curriculum that leads to students’ long-term retention and deep understanding of the subjects studied.
This short practical course will help you to consider how best to meet these challenges whilst keeping teacher workload in mind.
Fully review your curriculum’s intent, implementation and impact Audience: primary school headteachers and curriculum leaders
Develop a whole-school vocabulary spine based on ambitious, rich, academic language
This course outlines the changes to the EYFS framework for September 2021 and gives a clear overview of what this means for curriculum design.
We will show you how Cultural Capital can be used to help determine the breadth of your curriculum.
This course is a practical guide to what we mean by retrieval practice, the evidence that supports its use and 40 practical strategies that can be used in the classroom.
This short course is for schools who use, or are considering using, our Essentials Curriculum and need a refresher on its key principles.
A recovery curriculum is not the same as a catch-up curriculum. A recovery curriculum is focused on the social and emotional aspects of returning to school; it deals with physical activity and in giving students the coping strategies they need for dealing with a very different world to the one we knew earlier this year.
This course will help science leaders to review the intent and implementation of their science curriculum.
What does an on-demand course involve?

On-Demand Courses are distance learning, meaning you can complete the course in your own time. The courses are accompanied by videos and course notes. A certificate is issued on completion so that a record of online-C.P.D. can be kept. All the resources can be saved and downloaded for future use (apart from the videos which are embedded). Please do this during the access period, which lasts for 14 days, as once the course expires, the resources can't be accessed.

How many people can do an on-demand course?

You pay for the number of delegates wishing to access an On Demand Course. If you have 4 delegates wishing to access a course you would be in the 1-5 user bracket. All users accessing the course must pay for access. 

May I present the videos full screen to my staff?

You can present the videos full screen to the number of delegates you have paid for.  To show the videos and share the course with delegates who have not paid for a place is expressly forbidden by ourselves and by the Online Platform hosting company.

How do I pay to access an on-demand course?

Select your course and the number of users, along with their names and your preferred start date. We will then send you an invoice which should be paid within 30 days. Please see our terms and conditions

How long do I have to access an on-demand course?

Once enrolled users have 14 days to access the course. We enrol you starting on a day of your choice. Courses can be stopped, started and rewound during the access period as required. Courses don't need to be completed all in one sitting. Users can also go back and watch parts again during the access period.

Copyright

Please note that the course and materials are for use by the named users on the order only. It is expressly forbidden to share any of the videos or materials with those not registered to take the course.

How quickly can I access an On-Demand course?

You can choose the start date for your 14-day enrollment on a course.  This can be any time from the day after your order onwards.  Remember, you will be invoiced once your order is confirmed, but you have 30 days to pay.

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