Saturday 21 September 2019 - Saturday 28 March 2020
Vivienne Westwood is one of the last independent global fashion companies in the world. Westwood continues to capture the imagination, and raise awareness of environmental and human rights issues. With a design record spanning over forty years, Vivienne Westwood is now recognized as a global brand and Westwood herself as one of the most influential fashion designers, and activists, in the world today. Always thought-provoking, Westwood is about more than just producing clothes and accessories. Our exhibition, drawn from avid Vivienne Westwood fan Malcolm Garrett’s personal collection, looks back at her designs and campaigns, illustrating what makes her The Grand Dame of fashion today.
With thanks to:
Manchester Metropolitan University Special Collections
And of course – Vivienne Westwood
Designing Your Curriculum: Intent, Implementation and Impact
TRAINING DATE: 22 JANUARY 2020 BOOK NOW! (flier attached)
Chris Quigley is a specialist in primary education. He has been a Teacher, Head Teacher, Lead Inspector and Trainer of School Inspectors. He is best known for his inspiring talks and his clear, easy to use support materials. He is also a publisher and a Director of Chris Quigley Education, where he leads a team of specialists, delivering inspiring training and talks all over the world.
Sustained mastery means that pupils learn, remember and become fluent in everything in the curriculum. They sustain their learning over time rather than only at the point of delivery. What does the goal of sustained mastery mean for curriculum design?
THIS IS A RESEARCH-BASED COURSE WHERE CHRIS WILL PRESENT YOU WITH EVIDENCE GATHERED BY COGNITIVE SCIENTISTS OVER MANY YEARS.
Privatre Fostering - 7 minute briefing
December 2019 update
Are you leading on an Early Help Plan?
The Early Help Knowledge Hub can support you
These hubs are to support those people who are leading on, have led on or are thinking of leading on supporting a family through early help. They are an opportunity to connect with other practitioners, share experiences and learn from one another.
Sefton Council’s Early Help Team will be coordinating the sessions which will be held termly across Sefton. For further details please see the attached flyer.
Sefton Local Safeguarding Children Board host powerful “Voice of the Child” event to learn from case reviews
Hundreds attended Sefton Local Safeguarding Children Board’s (LSCB) latest ‘Voice of the Child’ event at Bootle Cricket Club.
Around 500 people from agencies across Sefton attended three ‘Learning from Serious Case Reviews’ sessions throughout the day.
Drama Training Company AFTA Thought delivered the sessions using actors, powerfully conveying four case reviews by “bringing the voice of the child into the room”.
The case reviews, which can be viewed on the LSCB website, centred around six children, all of whom lived in Sefton.
The thought-provoking event followed the success of the summer event, which was also delivered by AFTA Thought.
Attendees were able to interact with a Q&A following each case review performance and share their learning at the end of the session.