Our SLEs are innovators and take a lateral approach to their role. Working as a team they are exploring opportunities and looking to see where there are gaps in networks, training and school-to-school support work. If you have been in a leadership role for more than two years, have a specialism in one of the required areas of focus and would like the opportunity to develop your peer-to-peer support skills then please click here to details about the process and to download an application form. Applications for this round close on 31st Oct 2017.
**We are seeking specialist in all areas but would like to highlight Maths, Early Years, Arts and Mental Health & Wellbeing as key areas of focus.
Our brochure provides an overview of the areas in which The Kite TSA works. There is a selection of CPD programmes to choose from as well as information about the networks and partnerships we have either created or are a part of. We hope that you find it easy to use and that there are ideas for joint practice development and professional learning that appeal to your needs and strategic priorities. If there’s anything you’re looking for that’s not covered, please do get in touch. We may be able to signpost to other offers in the county or we will be very happy to explore bespoke programming with you or your cluster.
The Kite TSA Brochure 2017-2018
Over the summer The Kite TSA has been working on the programme for this year’s Family STEAM Festival. This is an annual Family Learning event, all based around the theme of STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. In case you’re wondering , we’ve made two big changes to the event – we’ve changed the name – it was formerly known as The Family Learning Festival and we’ve arranged for it to take place earlier in the Autumn term with a view that it will hopefully allow us to take advantage of better weather and to be able to hold more things outside. We’re very fortunate to welcome onboard our Project Partner this year – Anderson Group; supporting the event both financially, actively engaging in the planning and even putting on workshops! The event is FREE and open to all Cambridgeshire Families. There will be a wide range of workshops and shows to inspire families learning together. It takes place at The Spinney Primary School on Saturday 23rd September 2017, 10am-4pm. Visit www.familySTEAMfestival.com , like us on Facebook and click ‘going’ on our event.