Hi everyone. I was in a classroom last week in a wonderful Flintshire primary school and it was so vibrant and the children were so excited about their study of India that it was just what I needed to get excited about my forthcoming visit. This is such a lovely, colourful poster of the children’s work on India – I just had to ask for a photograph of it!
I am going to be part of a huge conference in Bangalore – ‘Schools That Care 2017‘ – and I have invited a class of pupils to do the presentation to everyone with me. Children in India do love lots of fun and respond beautifully to drama and imaginative creative work… sometimes their curriculum can include too much of an academic rote learning focus… but Maya Menon and her amazing team at The Teacher Foundation are revolutionising all of this with the fabulous work they do in schools and their incredible project – Safe and Sensitive Schools.
I know I linked to this video before in one of my blogs, but it is a great introduction to the conference so if you missed it, here it is again.
To find out more:
To find out more about this conference, do see the special conference section on The Teacher Foundation website.
To find out more about Jenny Mosley as an International School Conference Presenter, please phone 01225 767157 or email email@example.com
Website Editor’s Notes
- Read some of Jenny’s other International blogs here.
- The 2017 Schools That Care Conference in Bangalore. In July 2017, The Teacher Foundation is presenting a conference with a national presence and an international perspective. It’s Schools that Care (STC 2017), celebrating 15 years of dedicated work in making schools enabling environments for students. The conference will also present the findings of TTF’s 5 years of research aimed at developing a framework of Standards for Social and Emotional Learning (SSEL) for Indian schools. To find out more about this conference, do see the special conference section on The Teacher Foundation website.
Jenny Mosley delivers keynote speeches, seminars and workshops at conferences and training events including headteachers’ conferences in the UK. Jenny is also an International School Conference Presenter and has worked in many different countries. For further information about Jenny’s work and availability please phone 01225 767157, email firstname.lastname@example.org or see our training section and international training section on the website.
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