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Ross on Wye Regional Training Centre

 

Ross on Wye Regional Training Centre, at Walford Nursery & Primary School, offers educators the opportunity to learn how Apple technology can make a difference to teaching and learning in the classroom. We will be offering  free training courses over the year, all delivered by an Apple Distinguished Educator. 

 

Apple Regional Training Centres deliver courses to build the skills and confidence of educators to use Apple technology inside and outside the classroom. They are a community who share best practices and inspire excellence through teaching with Apple technology.

 

Being selected as an Apple Regional Training Centre highlights our commitment to facilitating training for teachers to develop skills and build confidence to use Apple technology in the classroom. Apple Regional Training Centres create a community to share best practice and support teaching staff to attain Apple Teacher status, a professional learning programme designed to support and celebrate educators.

Teachers from across the region can attend courses to build their knowledge and skills using technology in the classroom and earn badges to achieve their Apple Teacher recognition.

 

Across the UK and Ireland, the goals of all Apple Regional Training Centres are to:

  • facilitate training opportunities for teachers to develop skills using Apple technology in the classroom
  • promote Apple in Education and share new products and innovations with educators
  • build Apple Teacher across the region
  • share best practices, build community and inspire excellence.

 

To find out more, please visit the Apple Teacher website:
https://www.apple.com/uk/education/apple-teacher/ 

 

To see our programme of events for this year, please download our latest RTC brochure.

 

To book onto an event please use this link or call the school office on 01989 562209.

 

FREE CPD Opportunities 2020-2021

 

Assessment, Feedback and Communication: 
Bridging the Home-school Divide!

Wednesday 27th January - 9:00am registration at 

Walford Nursery & Primary School finishing at approximately 11am.

A demonstration and discussion around valuable tools that can be used for assessment, feedback and communication. How can tools such as Seesaw, Showbie and Twitter be used effectively?
NB: If it is not possible to allow visits to the school, this will be a virtual meet.

 

Get in the GarageBand Groove! Workshop and Showcase
 Friday 26th February – 12:45pm at Walford Nursery & Primary School
finishing at approximately 3:00pm.
Come along and find out how you can use GarageBand effectively in the classroom. David will show you some of the features of the app in a hands on workshop followed by a showcase of skills with children.

 

iPads in Action! – Interactive Learning Walk

Thursday, 22nd April - 9:00am registration at 

Walford Nursery & Primary School finishing at approximately 11am.

The Apple Ambassadors will take visitors on a ‘learning walk’ of classrooms through the school followed by the opportunity to ask questions about the lessons seen and how technology can be used to engage children at the school.

 

Festival of Learning 
Thursday, 10th June - 2pm start
A celebration of learning hosted by the children at Walford Nursery & Primary School.  Come and see what they have been learning in their computing lessons and have the chance to find out about our top apps.  A helpdesk on safe internet and technology use will be hosted by Albion, including a question and answer area for parents.  The launch of the Albion ‘Summer Computing Challenge’ will also take place where children will have the chance to win fabulous prizes for showcasing their computing skills.  An event not to be missed!

 

Keep an eye out for further events on the RTC section of the school website and on Twitter @WalfordSchool

NB: If it is not possible to allow visits to the school, events will be hosted online.

 

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Learning Walk - A few photos from our iPads in Action learning walk!

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