Fair Trade,Global Citizenship and the International Dimension Monday 14th July 2014,1pm- 4pmStadium of Light,Sunderland Featurlng pretentations from: Comenius Regio: Action for Fairtrade in Schools Project Fairtrade Foundation Regional Network for International Learning Shared Intere ...Readmore
A number of schools have been in touch recently about impending Ofsted e-safety inspections so we thought we'd put together some guidance to help you ensure you are compliant. Information about the current inspection arrangements can be found below. In preparaing for inspection it is worth check ...Readmore
Available to secondary schools in the North East Region until May 2014 Dance City’s Centre for Advanced Training would like to offer secondary schools in the North East of England a FREE contemporary dance workshop. We are offering these workshops to young people who are interested in danc ...Readmore
As you know we are always on the lookout for resources to help keep our children safe when they are online. In the run up to Anti Bullying Week you might want to have a look around some of new resources available to support you. Check out some of these:- Through the Wild Web Woods&nb ...Readmore
Sunderland was not a lucky place for Martini Maccomo! Martini was mauled in front of a Sunderland audience in 1869 by one of his lions. 'Wallace' - the lion was later bought and promptly stuffed by Sunderland Museum, where he is still on view today. On his next visit to Sunderland Martini sa ...Readmore
The learning hub is a space a teachers to find and share advice, lessons and curriculum ideas.
It is the single point of contact for information for schools in Sunderland.
We have been hard at work bringing other sites for schools into the hub so that we can make it easier for schools to get the information they need.
Like any site of this nature it's true value comes from the contributions made by its members. So if you have a resource you have used to good effect in your teaching why not add it to the lesson resources section.
Part of the hub is the new CPD booking system known as the "Training Hub" many of you have already started to use it to book onto courses and initial feedback is that you love the way it works. If any schools want to publish training courses via the hub you can do so by contacting the hub team via the contact page
If you have a great website please add it to the links section.
What else can you find on the hub?
We would like to welcome Education Safeguarding to the hub - They offer great advice on e-safety and the incident advisor for schools dealiing with e-safety issues.
Sunderland Music Education Hub working with schools, providers and stakeholders will deliver a high quality music education, a wide-ranging music enrichment programme and singing and playing opportunities for all.
Early Years & Childcare are in the process of moving in - Check out the site to see it develop
We also have a social networking feature called the Educator's Network so you can have an online space to share and collaborate with other members of the site. Here you can also set up interest groups these could be totally online or the online space for organising physical groups of you to meet like the IT Coordinators network facilitated by the Learning Technologies Innovation Team.
The Lesson resources section allows you to search our bank of lesson resources.
Naturally if you take something we would love you to leave something too.
Ask questions and share ideas for effective learning via our forum..
How do I join?
Sign up to the site here to access advanced features and don't hesitate to give us your feedback on the site.
On Monday 16th June, the 10 pieces of classical music were announced at the BBC Music Launch and on the Ten Pieces website.
The free screenings are booking out fast – so schools are urged to book their seats as soon as possible! You can see some of the spectacular images from the cinematic film to give you a taste of what's to come!
Click on this link for further information: bbc_ten_pieces_leaflet_english.pdf
In terms of spreading the word, a poster is downloadable from our website.
The newsletter is the best way to receive all the latest information hot off the press, so please make sure that you and your schools are signed up to receive regular updates.