SEERIH Spotlight Webinar: Supporting pupils with high potential

SEERIH Spotlight Webinar: Supporting pupils with high potential

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This webinar will consider how the research into best practice for disadvantaged high potential learners can be brought alive in science.

About this event

Please note that this webinar was postponed from 9th June 2021.

This is part of a series of monthly webinars delivered by leading practitioners to positively impact your professional development.

This webinar will consider how the research into best practice for disadvantaged high potential learners can be brought alive in Science classrooms.

Learn with us:

- practical ideas to take away and implement immediately as well as some longer term strategies to embed into learning.

- opportunities to discuss and share ideas

- find out about some tried and tested approaches and reflect on some high impact in-class interventions for this important group who deserve every chance we can offer them to excel.

Access: a Zoom link will be sent to registered participants in advance of the meeting.

This SEERIH Spotlight will be lead by Joy Morgan. Joy is the High Learning Potential Lead at Parliament Hill School, a fully comprehensive community school in Inner-London which has benefitted from membership of Potential Plus UK for the past 7 years. She is a Specialist Leader in Education for CPD and for High Attainers, has spoken at a number of national conferences and published a range of articles on innovative practice.

Joy has supported schools in setting up and refining their practice and provision for high potential learners across the UK and internationally as well as facilitating learning hubs and inquiry projects in this area. Parliament Hill was the first secondary school to achieve the Gold Best Practice Award from Potential Plus UK. The school won in two categories in the Above and Beyond Awards in 2019 and Challenge Partners re-designated provision for High Potential Learners as an Area of Excellence in 2020.

Eligibility: Please be aware that these webinars are open to SEERIH members and that after your first attendance, you will need to become a member to gain access to SEERIH activities moving forward. Become a member here.