SATE are currently rearranging Kenny Pieper’s SATE seminar “There’s more to life than books…but not much more” at Larbert High School, which was one of the casualties of the Beast from the East! Those who booked the previous event on the 28th of February will be contacted as soon as possible and offered a refund or a ticket at for the new date at the end of May. Thwack out for SATE on Twitter for details if you’d like to come along.
We are also delighted to announce that Simon Wrigley will be doing a seminar for us on Teacher Writing: Research and Practice. Simon is the director of the National Writing Project, will talk about what his research into the importance of teachers who write has shown and doing some practical exercises which can inform classroom practice. The date for this is the 19th of June, and the venue will be a Glasgow school. Pencil in the date!
Finally, Lisa Hamilton has announced a programme of dates for the Glasgow branch of the National Writing Project. Feel free to contact her at email@example.com and come along to a (free) meeting soon!
April 25th – Drygate Brewing Co. 86 Drygate, Glasgow G40UT
May 30th – Thornwood Primary School, 11 Thornwood Avenue, Glasgow, G117TW
June 18th – Thornwood Primary (with Simon Wrigley)…
Meetings will start at 5pm.
Hope to see you all soon.
Sate are delighted to announce a SAE seminar with Kenny Pieper on the 28th of September at Larbert High School.
All teachers of Literacy and English, whether working in the primary or secondary sectors, are welcome to this – the latest – of the popular series of SATE Seminars. In this session – “Books – A Passport to Everywhere” – author Kenny Pieper will discuss the importance of books in our lives, how they lift and transform us, and how they may provide the key to improved life chances for all our children. He will also discuss the strategies he has used successfully in his own classroom. There might be speed-dating!
Tickets are free to students, £10 for members of SATE/NATE and £15 for non-SATE/NATE members.
Buy Kenny’s book here:
See you there!