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.
The Kite TSA Cambridge works alongside the local authority and the other Cambridgeshire teaching schools on a number of collaborative initiatives. This brand new RQT Secondary Programme starts on 5th June at Bottisham Village College, continues on 23rd June and concludes on the 4th July. Download the course flyer for full details; RQT Secondary Programme
YMCA Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s CEO Jonathan Martin and Rod Allerton (Development Director), today agreed to form a strategic partnership with The Kite TSA Cambridge. We will be working together to implement big change for wellbeing in education. With our shared values around outcomes for children in Cambridgeshire we are excited about the opportunities we will be able to create.
The Cambridgeshire Festival of Education is a celebration of teaching and learning in the region. The festival’s activities, culminating in the conference held at Anglia Ruskin University on 1st July 2017, will showcase and harness educational expertise, talent and passion. The festival’s focus and themes serve as an antidote to current focus on structures and accountabiluty in education, by creating a collaborative space for positive, collaborative, professional learning for the educational community. The programme of speakers, workshops and open house events will provide opportunities to inspire, connect, ethuse existing and prospective teachers and anyone with an interest in and commitment to education.