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12Jul 2018

Tuesday 6th November 2018 West Moor Middle School Heathfield Way West Moors Ferndown BH22 0DA 1.00 – 3.30 pm £40 per person including refreshments – TADSS subscribers less 10% For teachers & teaching assistants in mainstream and special settings, for primary and secondary age groups.   Lego® is a highly structured and systematic construction toy, meaning […]

24May 2018

Friday 12th October 2018 The Dorford Centre, Dorchester DT1 1RR 1.00 – 3.30 pm £40 per peron including refreshments – TADSS subscribers less 10% For teachers & teaching assistants in mainstream and special settings, for primary and secondary age groups.   Lego® is a highly structured and systematic construction toy, meaning that children on the […]

26Apr 2018

Friday 16th November 2018 1.30 – 3.30 pm Venue: ‘Inspirations’ at Relate 2 Poundbury Business Centre Dorchester Dorset, DT1 3WA £35 per delegate includes refreshments. TADSS subscribers less 10%.   For teachers & teaching assistants working with secondary age groups in mainstream and special settings Course led by Helena Conibear, CEO of the Alcohol Education Trust… Following a […]

30Jan 2018

 4 FULL DAYS – 2nd November 2018, 18th January, 22nd March & 14th June 2019 9.30am – 4pm Venue: Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy Osprey Quay Portland DT5 1SA   This is an interactive opportunity for outward-facing, reflective 21st Century practitioners. This training is suitable for teachers working across Primary and Secondary, mainstream and […]

05Dec 2017

Friday 5th October 2018 – 1.30-3.30pm Inspirations, Relate 2 Poundbury Business Centre, Dorchester DT1 3WA Cost £35 inc refreshments For pupils with autism and with other receptive language difficulties, social stories provide a rich visual resource to support them in everyday life at home and school.  Why and when we say please and thank you, overcoming a problem, […]

19Sep 2017

A DROP IN SESSION TO LEARN ABOUT ROUTES INTO PRIMARY & SECONDARY TEACHING OPTIONS 5th October, 5.30-8pm at The Thomas Hardye School Queens Avenue, Dorchester DT1 2ET. Cost: FREE Suitable for anyone thinking of teaching as a career The session includes: • Information about our highly successful routes into  teaching, leading to QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) • Advice on applications • Practical tips on […]

28Jun 2017

Curriculum Leaders met together at the TADSS conference recently to share good practice, problem solve and develop joint working. TADSS Outreach teachers have worked on around 150 cases referred by mainstream schools since its launch in 2015. The service has been modified to meet the demand – see our updated Outreach guidance and forms for […]

15Jun 2017

6th October 2017, 1.30 – 3.30pm Westfield Arts College, Littlemoor Road, Weymouth DT3 6AA Positive Learning Environments for Pupils with Down’s  “In the inclusive classroom the teacher not only sets up physical opportunities for all students to look included but the teacher makes students feel included through their choice of words and phrases.” Nicole Eredics […]

16May 2017

“Special schools provide high-quality outreach support to teachers and pupils in mainstream schools. This work successfully helps pupils with EHC plans to remain in their local schools and continue to access mainstream provision. Nearly all schools that receive outreach support confirm that they value this support.” Published 23rd March 2017

28Mar 2017

Leadership Development for Team Leaders Dates – new dates for the Autumn term 2018 to be released shortly. Venue – tbc £315 per person for the 4-days. Lunch and refreshments included. This 4 day leadership development programme is designed to develop and support staff with team leadership responsibilities. A strong emphasis on the practice and application of […]

14Jul 2016

29th September 2017, 1.30 – 3.30pm at The Dorford Centre, DORCHESTER DT1 1rr   Introduction to Managing Self Harm with Jackie Shanks, Mountjoy School. When children and young people deliberately self-harm it can be a very distressing experience. Trying to understand the different reasons why this behaviour can occur and moreover trying to manage and […]

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