At Chiltern Teaching School Hub we are proud to promote and work with specialist curriculum hubs to ensure schools continuously receive the highest standards of curriculum-specific support. Use the links below to access the curriculum hubs you would like to engage with.
If you are not sure which curriculum hub to contact then please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Curriculum Hub CPD Events
The Enigma and Matrix Herts Maths Hub run a number of work groups to support Maths teachers across a number of phases. Find out more below:
Maths-Curriculum-CPD (ID 1148)
Early Years Work Groups24-25
Early Years Work Groups
To express an interest in taking part in one of our Early Years Work Groups for 2024/2025, please click on the link below:
Primary Work Groups24-25
Primary Work Groups
To express an interest in taking part in one of our Primary Work Groups for 2024/2025, please click on the link below:
Secondary Work Groups24-25
Secondary Work Groups
To express an interest in one of our Secondary Work Groups for 2024/2025, please click on the below link:
Post-16 Work Groups24-25
Post-16 Work Groups
To express an interest in taking part in one of our Post-16 Work Groups for 2024/2025, please click on the below link:
Science-Curriculum-CPD (ID 1149)
Staff meetings - Science CPD for the whole staffCan be arranged as twilight meetings or during inset days
Staff meetings - Science CPD for the whole staff
The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the learning of many children and effective formative assessment is key to knowing where children are in their learning. In this staff meeting we will:
- Introduce and explore formative assessment strategies
- Plan for science lessons that elicit information about where children are in their learning
- Consider how gaps in learning might be addressed
Please contact email@example.com to book
Leading Primary Science5th Mar, 17th Apr, 19th Jun 24 - 16.00 to 17.00 - Online
Leading Primary Science
Whether you are new to the role of science subject leader or have been the leader for a couple of years, you will be supported to bring about change at a whole school level. You will receive guidance, advice and support to help you understand the role of subject leader.
Sustainability in Education Conference14th Feb 24 - 9.00 to 16.30 - University of Bedfordshire, Bedford Campus
Sustainability in Education Conference
Primary Science for ECTs13th Mar 24 - 16.00 to 17.00 - Online
Primary Science for ECTs
The Early Career science network meetings
are designed to cover aspects of teaching
that new teachers to the profession find
Luton Network Meeting21st Mar 24 - 13.00 to 15.00 - Denbigh Primary School, Luton
Luton Network Meeting
This is a local network meeting facilitated
by local teachers to share good practice.
Reading Leader Training and networking meetings18th April 24 - 9.30 to 11.00
Reading Leader Training and networking meetings
These sessions aim to upskill Reading
Leaders to ensure they are confident
at leading a team of reading teachers
and provide effective strategies to
support pupils with meeting their age
related expectations and beyond.
Each session will provide
opportunities to share great practice
and discuss experiences with other
Session 3: 18th April - Reading is more than 'Story Time' promoting a love of reading throughout the school
Supporting Pupils with Complex SEND in Phonics27th February 24 - 9.15 to 11.45 - Online
Supporting Pupils with Complex SEND in Phonics
An online session exploring how to support children with complex SEND, keynote speaker Ann Sullivan will guide you through
Learning to Read part 1: What do we teach our pupils with moderate to severe and complex SEND?
Learning to Read part 2: How do we teach our pupils with complex SEND?
Ann has over 30 years’ experience in mainstream and specialist education. Based in the UK, her career includes roles as a KS1 and KS2 class teacher, secondary specialist literacy teacher, school-based Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO), an advisory teacher for pupils with special educational needs and a Specialist Leader in Education (SLE).
Promoting a Love of Reading for All20th March 24 - 9.00 to 12pm - Online
Promoting a Love of Reading for All
We are excited to be working with Wensum and St John Bosco English Hubs for this collaborative virtual conference, with outstanding keynote speakers.
The aim of the conference is to provide knowledge, understanding and strategies for providing more diverse and inclusive bookshelves, libraries and classrooms and to promote a love of reading for all pupils.
Guest Speakers - Ruth Baker-Leask, Heeral Davda, Rose Robbins and Abigail Balfe.
A close up on Comprehension21st March 24 - 3.45 to 5.00 - Online
A close up on Comprehension
This session will focus on:
What makes a good reader? Reading skills and strategies
A look at EEF/Ofsted research
The importance of the text
Examples of effective strategies for teaching reading
Evaluating your model/intent
ECT Session 4 - Administrating the PSC: Getting children to succeed25th March - 3.45 to 4.30 - Online
ECT Session 4 - Administrating the PSC: Getting children to succeed
Session 4- Administrating the PSC: Getting children to succeed
This session will focus on:
Practical strategies for ensuring pupils and staff are well prepared for the upcoming phonics screening check.
Guidance on administration
Increasing parental engagement
Computing-Hub (ID 1165)