NATE organises a range of national and regional professional events open to both members and non-members.
Bookings for most events can be made online - see the event details pages below - or by email to email@example.com or call her on 0114 2823545
|Thursday January 29, 2015||Power of Hubs Conference|
Do you want to discover more around the role of hubs in sharing evidenced CPD? Are you actively using hub approaches or considering exploring them in your work?
|Saturday January 31, 2015||English Teachmeet |
Saturday 31st Jan 2015 - a free CPD event Cumbria.
|Saturday February 7, 2015||The Teaching Sequence from Reading to Writing - Cancelled|
Saturday 7th February 2015, Lancaster, 9.30 am to 1.30pm
|Thursday February 26, 2015||Harper Lee on Screen To Kill a Mockingbird GCSE Study Day |
Aimed at GCSE English Literature students studying all exam specifications, this interactive clip-based study day will offer a detailed approach to considering how Harper Lee’s 1961 seminal novel was successfully adapted for the screen.
|Monday March 2, 2015||OSIRIS Events - Top Marks at GCSE English|
Prepare for the 2014 focus on reading and writing
|Wednesday March 4, 2015||OSIRIS events - Outstanding A-Level Teaching for English Literature|
NATE presenters take you through techniques for student success.
|Wednesday March 4, 2015||OSIRIS Events - Outstanding EAL Training |
The 5 most powerful EAL teaching techniques
|Monday March 9, 2015||OSIRIS EVENTS - Implementing the new English Curriculum (Primary)|
Be 100% ready to deliver the new, rigorous national curriculum - post September 2014
|Tuesday March 10, 2015||OSIRIS Events - Leading English 2015|
How to overcome new challenges
|Saturday May 16, 2015||Planning in the New Curriculum|
Saturday 16th May 2015 9.30 am to 1.30pm