All the events listed below are free and all Kapow Primary customers will receive a copy of the presenter’s slides and a recording of the session following the event.
Art and design
Subscribing schools can access recordings of previous webinars on this link: Art webinars.
Subscribing schools can access recordings of previous Computing webinars on this link: Computing webinars.
RSE & PSHE
20th October, 4pm: An overview of Kapow Primary’s RSE & PSHE scheme of work with Sarah Huggins
If you’re new to subject leadership in RSE & PSHE, or even if you’re not, then Kapow Primary can help you deliver full coverage of the RSE & PSHE curriculum for KS1 and KS2. Find out about the statutory and non-statutory elements of RSE, and the areas of the curriculum that parents can and cannot request to withdraw their children from, as well as gain insight into what Kapow Primary can offer your school in terms of curriculum content and CPD.
Delivered by RSE specialist Sarah Huggins, this is a must-attend event for all RSE & PSHE subject leaders, whether you’re a Kapow Primary customer or not.
Traditionally RSE & PSHE have been “non-book” subjects, which can make evidencing pupil progression difficult. Find out more about what Ofsted are looking for during inspections in terms of pupil progression in RSE & PSHE ,and how to assess effectively and provide evidence of learning in a non time-consuming and labour intensive way.
Subscribing schools can access recordings of previous PSHE and RSE webinars on this link: RSE webinars.
22nd September, 4pm: An overview of the Ofsted Music Subject Research Review with Liz Stafford
Find out more about being the Ofsted Music subject research review with music specialist Dr Elizabeth Stafford. Ofsted began publishing a series of research reviews in April 2021, with the aim of collating current subject-specific research evidence that might help subject leaders with their curriculum planning. The Music research review was published on 12th July 2021, and in this webinar, we summarise the key takeaways from this document that are relevant to primary music subject leaders.
Every term or academic year, most subject leaders are given the chance to lead a staff meeting in their subject in order to enhance the subject knowledge of other staff members. It’s also a chance to raise your own profile and that of your subject within your school, and also looks great on your CV. Get ideas and inspiration from music specialist Dr Elizabeth Stafford on how to deliver a staff meeting with confidence, enhance your own professional development and enhance the delivery of music at your school.
Subscribing schools can access recordings of previous Music webinars on this link: Music webinars.