Due to the ongoing advice to minimalise further spread of coronavirus, we have taken the decision to postpone planned PLCs; we apologise for any inconvenience this causes and wish you and your school all the best. However, Mobilise has been running a series of 3 trauma-informed sessions, based on the PLC-model - an opportunity for schools across Lincolnshire to discuss a strong evidence-base that may support children, staff, parents and carers and the wider community as schools re-open to more staff and children and stay connected with those, who are yet to return.

Booking for session 3 - trauma-informed behaviour as communication is now open at:

https://event.bookitbee.com/28200/trauma-informed-transition-session-3

'Take-aways' and a follow-up presentation with links from session 2 - staff welllbeing are available at: https://mobilise.kyrateachingschool.com/projects/emotional-health-and-well-being/whole-school-approach/stress-and-resilience

'Take-aways' and a follow-up presentation with links to the reading from session 1 - the neurosequntial model of therapeutics and the 3Rs are available at: https://mobilise.kyrateachingschool.com/projects/emotional-health-and-well-being/whole-school-approach/resources along with over 35 resources from county agencies that have supported the sessions so generously.

Schools around the county are working collaboratively as Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), focusing on areas of local priority: cognitive theory & memory, feedback & marking, maths, English, curriculum design and emotional health & well-being. Check out 'Projects' for resources.

The Lincolnshire Learning Partnership is continuing to champion the implementation of research-based evidence in Lincolnshire's schools for a fourth year through Mobilise. The MOBILISE project has provided every school leader in Lincolnshire the support and resources to make sense of, and act on, the research evidence on: cognitive theory and memory; feedback and marking; maths in KS2 & KS3; English in KS1 & KS2; curriculum design and grant-funded small-scale trials. The project supports a sustainable cluster-based, school-to-school infrastructure model of continuing professional development.

If you have any questions regarding the Mobilise project, please contact the team via email at mobilise@kyrateachingschool.com or telephone: 01522 287020 (option 2).

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