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Oct 16 2018

Y6 Literacy Networks (all 3 days)

The Y6 literacy network meeting gives Y6 teachers the opportunity to gain valuable insight from experienced Manchester Moderators for SATs and Writing. 

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Oct 16 2018

Y2 Literacy Network (all 3 days)

The Y2 Literacy Network Meeting gives Y2 teachers the opportunity to gain valuable insight from experienced Manchester Moderators and DfE curriculum advisors.

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Nov 5 2018

Literacy leader network meetings (all 3 days)

The Literacy Lead network meetings take place once a term.

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Nov 21 2018

New to Headship programme

As a new headteacher, this is an important period for yourself and your school. It is a time for you to plan your school’s future success, set the tone to secure progress and build confidence. One Education’s New to Headship CPD programme offers three and a half days of training and workshops.

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Top Tips for Music Coordinators

By Jo Buckler on

The run up to Christmas is a busy time of year for any teacher. However, for the Primary Music Coordinator, it can be a particularly stressful time of year.

From writing, rehearsing and staging Christmas productions, arranging choir performances and end of term concerts... it’s no wonder music coordinators are feeling the strain!

Read our Top Tips for Music Coordinators

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Well Done Cheetwood Primary School Choir

By Guest Writer on

Cheetwood choir has had a very busy week indeed!

On Sunday 18th November, the choir performed in the world premiere “These Days – The Manchester Peace Song Cycle” at Heaton Hall and then took part in a repeat of the performance at the Royal Northern College of Music on Wednesday 21st November to a packed concert hall.

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The increasing digital world and the importance of computing in schools

By Guest Writer on

Working at a primary school in Derbyshire last year, I was fortunate to observe a presentation by You Tuber, Tom Cassel, who had been invited by the Deputy Headteacher to deliver a talk to Year 6 pupils. I was amazed, listening to his story about how he has achieved global stardom at just 24 years of age! The pupils hung off every word he said...

Read the full article from Jamie Edmondson, ICT Teaching Specialist, outlining the best ways in which to utilise technology in your school.

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Singarounds Y1, 2, 3 & 4

By Jo Buckler on

The One Education Singarounds will be held at the iconic Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th March 2019.

Singarounds are an exciting opportunity for children to get together and sing at a prestigious venue. Songs are especially selected to support the development of singing in the primary school and are all age appropriate.

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Case Studies



The headteacher of a primary school had tried everything to support a pupil we’ll call Sam, but he was now on the verge of permanent exclusion. Isolated at home and school, he had made no educational progress for a year.

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Penalty notices

Trinity CE High School in Manchester identified that they needed to introduce penalty notices for attendance to ensure that their practice included all the measures available to them to support and encourage pupils to be in school and to enable them to use legislation where appropriate.

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