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  1. 1. educationshow2014 2 0 - 2 2 M A R C H 2 0 1 4 | N E C B I R M I N G H A M educationshow2014 2 0 - 2 2 M A R C H 2 0 1 4 | N E C B I R M I N G H A M Official Show Preview In partnership with Preview sponsored by Brought to you by Keynotes from Brian Cox and Dara O Briain National Curriculum Theatre How Do I? seminars and workshops
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  3. 3. Preview sponsored by 3 Educating & inspiring minds... Helping you to welcome change 2014 promises to be a big year for education; the new curriculum arriving this September brings with it new challenges to schools across the country. On top of this, many of the challenges that lie ahead are yet to even be addressed. We recognise, therefore, that there has never been a more important time for all educators to have access to the advice and guidance they need to progress and help young people to achieve their potential. 2014 is also a big year for The Education Show, as we are taking a new approach to helping you tackle the challenges head on. A rich offering of new content, inspiring training and development, and innovative educational suppliers will be available throughout the show. I look forward to sharing glimpses of these with you over the coming pages. More than 120 free to attend, CPD accredited workshops, seminars, training sessions and discussion events will be led by practitioners, peers and industry experts on the show floor. This extensive programme will address issues at the core of the education debates today; how can we best prepare for the new curriculum? How can we ensure education technology makes a significant impact on learning? How can we support the needs of all learners appropriately? Dedicated theatres on the show floor will provide the answers to these questions and many more. Recognising the impetus on school leaders at this current time, the School Leaders Summit returns, featuring high-profile experts from a selection of outstanding UK schools on hand to inspire, advise and network with one another. After a successful inaugural year, we are also pleased to welcome back the national PTA-UK conference, helping parent-teacher organisations to support education on an ongoing basis. As ever, you will also benefit from the knowledge and advice of more than 350 leading education suppliers who will showcase the latest teaching tools and most cost-effective procurement schemes. From whole school solutions to best-value classroom resources, this is an opportunity unlike any other to evaluate and test products and services to establish which is best for you. We are sure that a visit to The Education Show will leave you feeling supported and inspired, whatever your role and current challenges may be. We look forward to welcoming you to the show! Anita Pal, Event Director Brought to you by: i2i Events Group Greater London House, Hampstead Road, London NW1 7EJ Published for i2i Events Group by The Eventful Publishing Co Ltd 43 Tabernacle Street, London EC2A 4AA Tel: 020 7324 4800. Fax: 020 7324 4801 follow us: Contents BESA Welcome 4 Visitor Information 6 Keynote Speakers 8 School Leaders Summit 11-13 National Cirriculum Theatre 14 Scholastic National Curriculum Workshops 16-17 Technology In Education 18 How Do I? 20 Learn Live 22 UKTI 24 PTA 26 NASEN 26 Early Years 28 Primary 29-31 Secondary 32-33 SEN 34 Exhibitor List 36-37 Partners & Sponsors 38
  4. 4. Preview sponsored by 4 Educating & inspiring minds... The British Educational Supplier’s Association (BESA) will be on hand during The Education Show 2014, managing the BESA Show Information Point (stand F5-E6). With their knowledge and experience, the BESA staff are an ideal first port of call to help you plan your day, find the most appropriate seminars, workshops or resources and maximise your time at the event. For more information on BESA and a full list of member suppliers, visit This year The Education Show really is your school’s answer to all its needs for resources to deliver the new national curriculum, with certified CPD seminars and workshops on different curriculum subjects, assessment and procurement and with inspiration from our headline keynotes: Dara O Briain and Professor Brian Cox. Of course, entry to The Education Show is free and if you take an in-service day we will subsidise a coach for your school. You can learn more about the seminars and workshops at This guide is about new products. Since the moment the new national curriculum was announced, the educational supplies industry has been investing heavily in new products specifically designed to make lessons more engaging and teachers’ lives easier. Use The Education Show to see, test and compare what is available and to ensure the wise spending of limited budgets. It’s not just curriculum-related products you will find at the show; furniture, equipment, services and much more will all be there. If you have been before, The Education Show will be different from anything you have seen in the past, with lots of new exhibitors. If you haven’t been before, it’s your one-stop shop to your needs to the coming year. Dominic Savage Director General of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) and Founder of The Education Show Welcome from BESA
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  6. 6. Preview sponsored by 6 Educating & inspiring minds... The NEC is just ten minutes by train from the centre of Birmingham and has excellent transport links to and from central London. TRAVEL BY ROAD The NEC is situated 8 miles East of Birmingham city centre, at the hub of the UK motorway network and offers 16,500 parking spaces. Visitors from any direction can travel to The NEC site directly via the M1, M5, M6, M6 Toll, M40 and M42. Postcode for satnavs: B40 1NT TRAVEL BY RAIL Birmingham International train station is just a five-minute walk under a covered bridge link from the show, on the NEC site. London is only 80 minutes away and trains also run direct to many regional towns and cities. For timetable information, visit TRAVEL BY AIR Birmingham International Airport is located within the NEC complex. The Air-Rail Link operates every two minutes and has a one-way travel time of 90 seconds. The link operates daily between 0515 and 0200, connecting the airport passenger terminals and The NEC. For flight information, visit ACCOMMODATION: There are many hotels within the grounds of The NEC, including: • Hilton Metropole • Ramada Encore • Arden Hotel & Leisure Club • Premier Inn NEC To arrange accommodation, visit and select The Education Show from the Exhibitions tab. Visitor Information
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  8. 8. Preview sponsored by 8 Educating & inspiring minds... Professor Brian Cox OBE Arguably the UK’s best known physicist, Professor Brain Cox’s books and TV programmes have been read and watched around the world and credited with making science engaging and accessible to millions. Brian’s blockbuster TV shows include Wonders of the Universe, Wonders of the Solar System and Wonders of Life, each looking at the fundamental science behind everything from stars and planets to atoms and microbiology. From speaking at TED in the US to World Economic Forums in Davos and China, Brian’s presentations engage, inform and entertain, featuring awe-inspiring images from the depths of the universe, as well as his trademark infectious enthusiasm for his subject. We are delighted that Brian will be bringing this infectious enthusiasm to The Education Show! Dara O Briain Irish comedian and hugely popular host of the topical show ‘Mock the Week’ is well practiced at performing for record breaking audiences and has dabbled in subjects as diverse as driving lessons, baguettes and The Milky Bar Kid. His ‘Live at the Theatre Royal’ tour was a sell-out success across the UK and Ireland and his appearance in ‘Three Men in a Boat’ attracted four million viewers. As well as presenting ‘The Last Laugh’ for BBC3; the largest comedy script writing competition in history; Dara O Briain has recently hosted ‘Stargazing’ alongside Professor Brian Cox. We are hugely excited that Dara’s next audience will be our visitors! Presenting our Keynote Speakers…
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  11. 11. Preview sponsored by 11 Educating & inspiring minds... The School Leaders Summit is designed for individuals with a leader role in a school, to provide an environment where like-minded educators can learn, network and share ideas. This exclusive opportunity will provide you with the tools needed to position your school at the forefront of educational innovation. The summit is a two day programme focused on addressing and helping school leaders overcome the challenges present in their schools. Have your say through a combination of case studies, panel debates and roundtable discussions on the obstacles facing your industry today. Subjects include changes to the Ofsted inspection framework, using Pupil Premium effectively to raise student attainment, dealing with assessment changes and using technology to enhance learning amongst, many more. These sessions will be presented by over 30 school leaders and industry experts, including: • Professor Brian Cox • Glenys Stacey, Chief Regulator and Chair, Ofqual • Frank Green CBE, Schools Commissioner, Department for Education • Lorna Fitzjohn, Regional Director West Midlands, Ofsted • Jack Salter, Head of Procurement Policy, Department for Education • Jonathan Bishop, Head Teacher, Broadclyst Primary School • Benedick Ashmore-Short, Principal, Hamford Primary Academy • Cathy Taylor, Principal, Sirius Academy • Phil Beadle, Lead Consultant for Inspired Education, a Freelance Teacher, Consultant, Trainer and Author • Michaela Mold, Chair of Governors, Welford Primary School The Summit also features an academy focused afternoon on 20 March aimed at academies, those currently converting and considering turning into an academy. Sessions include exploiting the freedom of the academy system, life before and after converting, and the pros and cons of joining an academy chain. The UK’s education landscape is constantly evolving. Keeping up to date is challenging, especially in this digital age, but it is vital that school leaders stay on top of the latest trends. All sessions are free to attend and provide free continuing professional development (CPD) School Leaders Summit
  12. 12. Preview sponsored by 12 Educating & inspiring minds... Thursday 20 March 2014 Speaker Assessment changes: getting you ready for the GCSE reform This session will explain the intended outcome and the changes to GCSE assessment and grading • How will the overhaul affect your pupils? • What should you be preparing for? Glenys Stacey, Chief Regulator and Chair, Ofqual UK & EU procurement policy update Covering the impact these changes will make on how schools spend their money Jack Salter, Head of Procurement Policy, Department for Education Panel: Using technology to enhance learning Our panel of experts will join us to: • Discuss the potential benefits of using tablets and mobiles in the classroom • Share ideas about how devices can be used effectively to raise student attainment Lisa Cowell, Director of Learning and Teaching, Penwortham Priory Academy; Denham Kite, Head Teacher, Victoria Dock Primary School; Stephen Logan, Assistant Head Teacher, Malet Lambert School Case study: using pupil premium to raise student attainment This award winning school for their use of pupil premium will share insights into how they successfully use this fund to lift student achievement • What did they spend the money on? • What were the impacts on learning and teaching? John Tabot, Head Teacher, Smith’s Wood Community Primary School Ofsted’s guide to the inspection process: how to be outstanding This session will inform you how Ofsted are inspecting under their new framework, their expectations and what they see as good practice Lorna Fitzjohn, Regional Director West Midlands, Ofsted Round table discussion: achieving and maintaining the grades Come to share, hear and learn how you and your peers are consistently raising student attainment Facilitator: Peter Kent, Headmaster and Vice-President, Lawrence Sheriff School and ASCL An interview with Professor Brian Cox Professor Brian Cox Academy focused afternoon Academy conversion: exploiting the freedom of the academy system to build a model for improved learning This is a must attend session for schools considering academy conversion, covering the realities of converting and what to expect along the way. Addressing common challenges faced, including: • The changing role of senior management • The procurement rules and what to spend your budget on Frank Green, CBE, Schools Commissioner, Department for Education Panel: joining an academy chain: the pros and cons Three leaders from academy chains will share their reasons for joining a chain, covering: • The benefits of being part of a group • How their school and role has changed • Advice on how to overcome challenges faced along the way Paul Jones, OBE, Headteacher, First Federation; Marie Lister, Principal, South Axholme Academy Power half hour case studies: life before and after academy conversion for one primary and one secondary school Converting to an academy can be daunting. This session will feature two case studies, one from a primary school and one from a secondary school, sharing their experiences of conversion David Hampson, OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Tollbar Family of Academies; Stephen Cooper, Head Teacher, Bursley Academy School Leaders Summit Timetable correct at time of print. please visit for updates
  13. 13. Preview sponsored by 13 Educating & inspiring minds... Friday 21 March 2014 Speaker Case study: implementing technology in the classroom and its effect on learning An unmissable session to hear how one school is innovatively using technology to help their students engage and learn Jonathan Bishop, Head Teacher, Broadclyst Primary School Special measures to outstanding – our journey so far! Hear how Hamford Primary Academy has rapidly improved from a position where it had been in special measures for 3 years and various categories for 10, to an academy set for outstanding by 2015. Attend this session and learn how you can do the same Benedick Ashmore-Short, Principal, Hamford Primary Academy Effective procurement made easier Using established compliant frameworks to deliver cost savings for your school Simon Herne, Business Development Manager- Education, Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation; David Thomas, Marketing Manager, Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation Panel: making the most of pupil premium to bridge the achievement gap This panel of school leaders will discuss how they use Pupil Premium and the astounding positive effects it has had on their students, including: • How they assess what they should spend their fund on • Different methods to measure and present the effectiveness of their interventions Simon Birch, Deputy Head Teacher, Longford Park School; Caroline Reed, Principal, Frederick Nattrass Primary Academy; Cathy Taylor, Principal, Sirius Academy; Sean Bullen, Head Teacher, Millfield Science & Performing Arts College Power half hour: innovating teaching and learning Three school leaders will each get 7 minutes to present interesting examples of what they are doing in their schools to raise standards and student achievement using only pictures Clare Spence, Head Teacher, Beacon Academy; Neil Dixon, Head Teacher, St Mary and St Paul’s CE Primary and Teaching School; Dan Roberts, Deputy Headteacher, Devonport Highschool for boys Round table discussion: dealing with staff, students and parents This discussion will enable you to share ideas and hear from your peers best practice how to effectively communicate and inspire your staff, students and parents Phil Beadle, Lead Consultant for Inspired Education, Freelance Teacher, Consultant, Trainer and Author Panel: designing a fair and successful teacher appraisal policy for your school This session will present different evaluation processes schools are using to appraise their staff and consider their effectiveness Timothy Guilford, Chair of Governors, Queenswell Junior School Academy chain invites Panel: creating and maintaining a successful governing body for schools Join our panel of governors and school leaders to: • Debate the role of governors • Assess what is required of governors, especially under the new Ofsted Framework • Gain advice on how to harness the skills of your governing body • Discuss how to keep your governing body motivated Timothy Guilford, Chair of Governors, Queenswell Junior School; Michaela Mold, Chair of Governors, Welford Primary School Timetable correct at time of print. please visit for updates School Leaders Summit
  14. 14. Preview sponsored by 14 Educating & inspiring minds... Thursday 20 March 2014 Speaker TBC Jim Magee, Education Standards Directorate Primary History: successfully implementing the new curriculum Mel Jones, Education Manager Key Stage 3: multiplicative reasoning - TIME teams John Westwell, NCETM Director for Secondary An interview with Professor Brian Cox: making science accessible and exciting Professor Brian Cox Primary Science: successfully implementing the new curriculum Peter Riley, Science education author Friday 21 March 2014 Speaker TBC Jim Magee, Education Standards Directorate Primary Geography: successfully implementing the new curriculum Ben Ballin, GA Consultant and CPD leader Key Stages 1 and 2: meeting the aims of the new Maths national curriculum Debbie Morgan, NCETM Director for Primary An interview with Dara O’Briain: the importance of maths and science Dara O’Briain Primary English and Maths: successfully implementing the new curriculum Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser; RebeccaCosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser Saturday 22 March 2014 Speaker Primary Computing: successfully implementing the new curriculum Dr Steve Bunce, Advisory Teacher and Lecturer in Computing Primary English and Maths: successfully implementing the new curriculum Rebecca Cosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser; Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser A new national curriculum means new skills and resources are needed. The Education Show is here to help you develop and acquire these. New for 2014, we have a dedicated seminar and workshop programme, delivered by industry experts, to guide and advise educators on how to deliver the new curriculum effectively. Scholastic Education publishes a huge range of educational resources and online resources to help teachers across the UK, including the million bestselling 100s series, now fully mapped to the new 2014 National Curriculum, Literacy Skills, Practice Papers and the ever-popular Read and Respond series. National Curriculum Seminars and Workshopssponsored by Timetable correct at time of print. please visit for updates
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  16. 16. Preview sponsored by 16 Educating & inspiring minds... Thursday 20 March 2014 Speaker Primary Geography: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum David Rogers, Assistant Headteacher, Patcham School Primary Computing: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Steve Bunce, Advisory Teacher and Lecturer in Computing, University of Durham Primary History: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum TBC Primary Science: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Peter Riley, Science education author, Scholastic Education Primary English: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Rebecca Cosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Maths: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Geography: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum David Rogers, Assistant Headteacher, Patcham School Primary History: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum TBC Primary Science: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Peter Riley, Science education author, Scholastic Education Primary Maths: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary English: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Rebecca Cosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Computing: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Steve Bunce, Advisory Teacher and Lecturer in Computing, University of Durham The Scholastic National Curriculum workshops will support the planning and delivery of the new 2014 curriculum. Each session will be led by experts in their subject, ensuring you get the highest quality training. The sessions are completely free and every attendee will receive a Scholastic 100 Lessons ‘goody bag’ worth £50, including a free National Curriculum Handbook. These workshops are designed for Headteachers, Subject Co-ordinators and Teachers at English primary schools. Each session is limited to 12 attendees, and demand will be high so book your tickets early! There is no limit to the number of tickets each person can book, so why not make the Education Show a CPD event for all your staff? Book your tickets at Scholastic National Curriculum Workshops
  17. 17. Preview sponsored by 17 Educating & inspiring minds... Friday 21 March 2014 Speaker Primary History: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum TBC Primary English: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Rebecca Cosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Maths: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Geography: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum David Rogers, Assistant Headteacher, Patcham School Primary Computing: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Zoe Ross; Dr Steve Bunce, Advisory Teacher and Lecturer in Computing, University of Durham Primary Science: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Peter Riley, Science education author, Scholastic Education Primary Computing: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Zoe Ross; Dr Steve Bunce, Advisory Teacher and Lecturer in Computing, University of Durham Launch: Scholastic: assessing reading inside and outside the classroom Rebecca Cosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary English: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Science: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Peter Riley, Science education author, Scholastic Education Saturday 22 March 2014 Speaker Primary Science: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Peter Riley, Science education author, Scholastic Education Primary Computing: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Steve Bunce, Advisory Teacher and Lecturer in Computing, University of Durham Primary Maths: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary English: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Rebecca Cosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Geography: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Ben Ballin Primary History: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum TBC Primary Science: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Peter Riley, Science education author, Scholastic Education Primary Geography: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Ben Ballin Primary English: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Rebecca Cosgrave, Lead Primary English Adviser, Babcock LDP Primary Computing: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Steve Bunce, Advisory Teacher and Lecturer in Computing, University of Durham Primary Maths: successfully implementing the new 2014 curriculum Dr Ruth Trundley, Lead Primary Maths Adviser, Babcock LDP Timetable correct at time of print. please visit for updates
  18. 18. Preview sponsored by 18 Educating & inspiring minds... Thursday 20 March 2014 Speaker TBC Richard Hodgkins, Insight UK TBC Liz Corse, Rapid English Ltd TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC Using Augmented Reality to Enhance Learning Engage students like never before by using tablets and smartphones to bring your classroom to life! In this session you will be introduced to a selection of free resources that allow you or your students to augment work with amazing digital content. In order to get the most from this seminar, download the application ‘Aurasma’ to your smartphones or tablets before the session. James Pollock, Teacher of Biology, Teeside High School Friday 21 March 2014 Speaker TBC Sophie Vauthier TBC Chris Burgess, CB Info Systems Ltd TBC TBC TBC Simon Davenport, LEGO® Education TBC TBC TBC TBC Saturday 22 March 2014 Speaker TBC TBC TBC Maria Lindqvist, dramaforum TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC Intro to come Technology in Education Theatre Timetable correct at time of print. please visit for updates
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  20. 20. Preview sponsored by 20 Educating & inspiring minds... Thursday 20 March 2014 Speaker Teaching children to listen Jacqui Woodcock, Speech and Language Therapist; Liz Spooner Unhomework - how to get the most out of homework without really setting it Mark Creasy, Subject Co-ordinator RE/ PSHE TBC TBC TBC TBC Maximise the number of students with A* grades? Matt Crowder, Communications Officer Achieving outcomes and income in schools through entrepreneurship and social enterprise Phil Benson, Co-Founder TBC TBC Wow – this philosophy for children thing really works – and it’s simple Phil Thomas, Supply Teacher TBC TBC Friday 21 March 2014 Speaker Social media, digital communication and young people: the good, the bad and the unknown Nyla Naseer, Founder National curriculum 2014 and the future of assessment: your chance to innovate Pete Yeomans Children’s resilience: understanding and developing children’s coping strategies Sonia Murray,Play Therapist Inspiring the future: how young people and schools benefit from effective partnerships between education and employers Charlotte Lightman, Schools Liaison Manager Why are you shouting at us: advanced behaviour management Phil Beadle, Lead Consultant, Trainer and Author Saturday 22 March 2014 Speaker TBC Stephanie McCullough,Family Links Lead Teacher Home reading - Linking Literacy between the Home and School Dale Burr, Headteacher; Gill Jones, Deputy Headteacher; Paul Strange, Literacy Subject Leader; Vanessa Smith, Parent; Stan Kluzek, Manager; Andrew Coldwell, Manager Helping children with common classroom handwriting difficulties Cathy Parvin, Director How Do I I bring the world into my classroom  Vicky Gough, Adviser How do I teach children to listen? How do I maximise the number of students with A* grades? How do I bring the world into my classroom? Find out at the Education Show. New for 2014, this series of free CPD accredited workshops and presentations offers visitors professional development and practical advice on a variety of burning issues. How Do I..? Seminars and Workshops Timetable correct at time of print. please visit for updates
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  22. 22. Preview sponsored by 22 Educating & inspiring minds... The Education Show covers the whole education spectrum. New for 2014, we have a dedicated seminar and workshop programme for educators of early years and SEN pupils. These sessions will address key issues and give you the chance to share experience and ideas with your peers in the field. Early Years & SEN Seminars and Workshops Thursday 20 March 2014 Speaker Differentiation strategies in the classroom for the child with special education needs Adewunmi Payne-Akinhanmi, SENCO, Grange School Primary Achievement for all TBC Digital communication-blogging and barcodes Corrina Campbell, Primary Teacher, The Compass School How to effectively utilise alternative providers to reduce exclusions from mainstream schools Sabir Afzal, Head Teacher, Shaftesbury Young People Enterprise for everyday  - beyond the enterprise fair Lorraine Allman, Author & Founder, Enterprising Child Friday 21 March 2014 Speaker How to effectively teach pupils who have suffered an aquired brain injury Kevin Garner, Teacher, St Andrew’s Healthcare Open-ended and block play Martin Huleatt, Training and Educational Resources Manager, Community Playthings Dyscalculia strategies and solutions - an exploration of what works for learners with dyscalculia Judy Hornigold, Senior lecturer in Inclusion, Edge Hill University Going beyond the post-it note: the place of observations in early childhood education and care Jackie Musgrave, Senior Lecturer, University of Worcester Saturday 22 March 2014 Speaker Montessori in the state primary sector Barbara Isaacs, Director of National Strategies, Montessori St Nicholas Charity A good place to be two Martin Huleatt, Training and Educational Resources Manager, Community Playthings A multisensory approach to times tables Sarah Emson, Maths Teacher and Proprietor, Multisensory Matters Hypnotherapy in schools programme (HISP) Caroline Dyson, Hypnotherapist, Behaviour Support Service Timetable correct at time of print. please visit for updates
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  24. 24. Preview sponsored by 24 Educating & inspiring minds... UKTI works with UK-based businesses to ensure their success in international markets and encourage the best overseas companies to look at the UK as their global partner of choice. UKTI has a devoted education team working towards securing UK education and training organisations business overseas. Aims of this team include promoting UK excellence in education and training around the world and securing £3bn of new business by 2020. You can become part of these massive expansion plans by visiting UKTI at The Education Show. Representatives from around the world will be available to discuss your international expansion plans and a range of seminars will be hosted by global UKTI representatives sharing their experiences and expertise. Join us on stand ??? and visit the UKTI Export Theatre on stand ???. Exporting for Growth – 10 Steps to Success 1. Research potential markets Identifying the markets that offer you the best opportunities will enable you to target your resources and achieve the best returns 2. Export strategy and plan Build a plan that covers how you’re going to drive exports, coping with demand, market research and adapting to your new market 3. Sales & routes to market Consider if you would sell directly, sell to a distributor, use a sales agent or arrange a joint venture 4. Create opportunities Attend trade shows and visit new markets 5. Understand the admin Get in touch with HMRC and the UK Embassy of your destination country to ensure customs registration, forms and payments and covered 6. Get paid Understand all of the requirements for terms of sale so there are no hold ups in getting paid 7. Legal considerations Develop an understanding of the legal and regulatory environment in all countries you’re considering exporting to 8. Financial Ensure you have adequate protection against non-payment or for any loss or damage of goods in transit 9. Logistics International transport can be complicated and getting this right can depend on the agreement you put in place with your customer 10. Happy customers You should use every opportunity to increase your chances of repeat business and build a really good brand and reputation as a reliable international exporter The Education Show has partnered with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) this year, giving you unprecedented access to their expertise and support at the show. UKTI at The Education Show 2014
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  26. 26. Preview sponsored by 26 Educating & inspiring minds... PTA-UK has lined up a team of experts to deliver sessions on fundraising, promotion through digital media and overcoming problems. Delegates will also hear first-hand from a range of PTA suppliers with great fundraising ideas and suggestions on how to spend funds. The programme has been designed to give delegates time to visit the exhibition and access the array of resources and services exhibitors offer schools. Attendance is free for PTA-UK members and is provided by PTA-UK as part of its support service. Find out more at Tem voluptis es et rempore raturepedis int re vitatem eum quae lab idia denimolo eatem rem essint dollum eatem lit re repudio voluptasi officae et fugit quidesci rempor ratque volorerionse omnihilic test quamusa earchit odit. Consequi nonsequ asitionsed quatatur sum veria consedictem el minihilit et perferibus enim fuga. Nam exceate velest omnisci et quiaepe min et quiaspel mo il ipsum ent occus dollabore, sim iliqui doluptatem eum et ut quias apiendem si ut rescient. Loraeru ntisquate consequiam, quis mo estia que nosapiduci aborepuda idunt maximus ne. PTA members raise over £100 million for schools throughout the UK. Throughout the one day programme at the Education Show, experts and sector stakeholders will offer guidance to PTA members on a variety of key topics. The conference is positioned on the show floor so PTA members have quicker access to the array of resources and services exhibitors offer to schools. Itatinienimus eaquid enimus, consequ idebita vella cusdam fugiand iandis nonsequi officia tiumquatur sam rate que venda cus, sim et aut odiscia spelenem aciunde por maxim et labo. Neque voluptat. National PTA conference Saturday 22 March NASEN Lent fugit qui sit, solut explautatem quatem
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  28. 28. Preview sponsored by 28 Educating & inspiring minds... Outdoor play equipment specialist Creative Play (stand H73) will launch its new Water Play range, aimed at supporting free play, exploration and outdoor learning. Visit Creative Play’s stand to check out its challenging Water Wall and possibly win one for your school. Also helping young children to learn through play, Taskmaster (stands C80, C82) will introduce two new Edu-play products. The Sight & Sound Tube Drum features five tubes, which each produce a different visual effect, as well as bells and balls for creating different sounds. And the Drum Box produces a variety of tones when its five acrylic discs are struck with wooden beaters, while mirrors beneath the discs reflect light and colour. The latest attraction from Merlin Entertainments Group (stand M56) promises pre-schoolers a day out they won’t forget. In May 2014, Alton Towers Resort will open CBeebies Land, featuring rides, immersive play areas and appearances from familiar characters. Combining hands on learning with interactive play, CBeebies Land will offer a safe environment in which young children can explore and learn while having fun. Discover how Red Monkey Play (stands B33-A34) can help clear the clutter from nursery and primary school classrooms with its attractive Wellie Tree storage unit. Made from treated timber and set on caster wheels, the Wellie Tree is both robust and portable. It can store up to 32 pairs of boots and also has shelf space for other items. The British Dental Health Foundation (stand F11) is preparing young children for dental visits with advice on looking after their teeth and improving their oral health. The BDHF’s free resources for early years, KS1 and KS2 pupils, including activity sheets, lesson plans and interactive presentations, can be downloaded from The Green Board Company (stands K11-J10) will launch its Green Board Education products, with an extended range for children aged three and over. This includes My First Snap and the early level BrainBox titles, which both introduce early years children to numeracy and literacy while also helping to develop their memory and concentration skills. SignSpell (stand F1) will showcase its new literacy and spelling resource pack. Integrating aspects of British Sign Language, SignSpell uses an inclusive approach, where pupils learn together to develop their communication and language. The pack includes illustrated books, video clips, interactive games and other resources. Pre-school children learn through outdoor play Early Years
  29. 29. Preview sponsored by 29 Educating & inspiring minds... EasyRead Time Teacher (stand F2) will make its debut at the show with a large battery-powered Classroom Wall Clock, to help with a subject that many find difficult to learn – and teach. The clock is used with a simple three-step time teaching system: read the number at the end of the long hand; say whether it’s pointing to the ‘minutes to’ red side or ‘minutes past’ blue side; and read the number at the end of the short hand. Discover how dHb Games (stand A41) is injecting some fun into learning times tables with its new TimeZing range of products. Including card games, magnetic boards, lollipop sticks, pencils and more, TimeZing products are suitable for children of all ages and abilities. NumberGym Software (stand D59) is also taking the tedium out of times tables with the new iPad app of its TableTrainer programme. This allows students to practise multiplication by dragging virtual flashcards to their correct answer as quickly as possible. Children move to the next level when they sort the flashcards in under a minute and the app shows their previous achievements whenever they log back in. New exhibitor Plusballs (stand CD80) will demonstrate its light, ultra-slow moving balls, which can be used to introduce racket sports to PE classes. The balls neither bounce nor roll, so can be easily used by pupils of all abilities to improve their hand/eye coordination and ball hitting skills. Visit stand H70 to find out how 3fifteen’s new after-school child protection service can help safeguard pupils at collection time. Using a unique PIN code, parents can inform schools when they change their collection plans, while schools monitor new and ongoing arrangements via the system’s Dashboard facility. Also improving communication between schools and parents, Parent PA (stand K15) is a new web- based service for contacting parents via text and email. Messages can be sent either to the entire community or specific groups. Parent PA includes an automatic event reminder service and can be accessed from any device at any time of day. Visit the stand to win subscription discounts in Parent PA’s ‘Name the Mascot’ competition. Need help with explaining solar and wind energy, or how electronic circuits work, to primary pupils? Then visit stand D82 to check out first time exhibitor Thames & Kosmos’s new science kits for promoting STEM topics to young children. The company currently offers more than 60 science kits across 13 categories, and will launch several new products in 2014. New products add fun to maths teaching Primary
  30. 30. Preview sponsored by 30 Educating & inspiring minds... Story Station (stand H43) aims to inspire a life-long love of reading among primary school children with the launch of its new interactive, multimedia picture book platform. Developed by Loved By Kids, this digital resource includes animations, ebooks, educational games and creative activities, along with worksheets and lesson plans for early years and KS1 teachers. Visit the stand to sign up for a free trial. Also seeking to strengthen primary pupils’ literacy skills, Daydream Education (stand A32) will unveil its new A3 Literacy Activity Charts, including Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Charts and Forms of Writing Charts. These feature a variety of interactive activities and quizzes to help learning, and information on the charts is broken down into easily digestible chunks to improve pupils’ confidence and progress. SuperStickers (stand M55-L56) will launch Targeteers sticker sheets to help teachers with pupil assessment for the new curriculum. Aimed at years 1 to 6 pupils, the colourful, illustrated stickers are available for reading, writing and maths, with an A4 page of targets for each level. They help teachers to monitor each pupil’s progress, while making children aware of their goals and achievements. Primary school pupils are being encouraged to discover their local history, geography and wildlife with the help of Canal & River Explorers (stand L64). Set up by the Canal & River Trust, the Explorers encourage children to learn about canals and rivers through a mix of classroom-based sessions and visits to a local canal or river. The website at is packed with resources linked to the national KS2 curriculum, along with other information for teachers, such as advice on setting trails and water safety. New exhibitor The Scout Association (stand H75) will also show how outdoor activities can help to inspire and educate young children. It has nine activity centres across the UK, offering adventure breaks ranging from activity days to week long residential programmes. The association will launch two new, pre-trip lesson resources at the show – and visitors to the stand can even toast marshmallows and try their hand at mini-archery. Digital Nursery (stand K39-J40) will showcase AXIS, its new 42in, multi-touch screen for seven- to 11-year-old pupils. The table can be operated as a flat table or tilted vertically, electrically adjusted and comes loaded with a wide range of software. With a 6mm toughened safety glass screen and lockable wheels, the AXIS is both robust and manoeuvrable. Education charity Worktree (stand H17) has developed a set of teaching materials, which build on its experience in connecting older primary children with employers and employees. Aimed at years 5-6 pupils, the World of Work pack includes 16 decks of career-themed playing cards featuring 35 different jobs, with average pay, qualifications required and other information about each job. The pack also contains guidance for teachers on managing guest employees, e-templates and links to internet support. Primary
  31. 31. Preview sponsored by 31 Educating & inspiring minds... Dimensions Curriculum (stand G24) will showcase its Primary Curriculum 2014 pack, designed to help teachers with September’s curriculum changes. The new model retains the best bits of the existing Dimensions Curriculum pack, such as the Appliance of Science and Essential Learning Experiences, while adding new features, such as Creative Challenges and History Factsheets. New exhibitor Best Desk (stand G62) will launch a new range of height adjustable desks. These are slightly smaller than the company’s Maxi range, which have traditional style lift up tops and storage compartments. One new model retains this design with the addition of a pop up plastic bookstand, while the other has an open compartment underneath and no lifting desk top. Head to stand M59 to discover how Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London is bringing KS2 lessons to life. Teachers can link ready-made lesson plans to Ripley’s weird exhibits and organise trips to the central London attraction. Ripley’s free Exciting Exploration learning resources are available as web downloads or hard copies, and cover eight lessons linked to KS2 national curriculum subjects, such as history, geography and art. Primary The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (stand L61) will launch two new educational initiatives. A nationwide educational outreach programme, Learning Outside the Classroom, aims to raise awareness of the UK’s 170,000 war graves among school pupils through cemetery visits and supplementary lesson plans. The other initiative is an online Virtual Cemetery, designed to engage students in the Commission’s work through film clips, lesson plans and classroom activities. Cornerstones Education (stand F41-E42) will unveil Fallen Fields, a special cross-curricular project for KS2 children, designed to help teachers plan and prepare lessons around this year’s centenary. It has also published a new Love to Read guide, to help classes explore Michael Morpurgo’s classic World War 1 novel, Private Peaceful. Visit the stand to find out more about these new resources as well as the Cornerstones Curriculum 2014 lesson planning package. Among 12 new interactive e-books from Fiction Express for Schools (stand H29) will be a story by award-winning historical author Stewart Ross about two children, one French and one German, caught up in the horrors of World War 1. As with all Fiction Express e-books, the book will be published in weekly instalments with readers voting each week on plot direction. War Courses Three exhibitors are commemorating the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. e-books, the with readers week on plot
  32. 32. education-show.comEducating & inspiring minds... Language resources help pupil progress Communication Across Cultures (stand E10) will launch The Learning Village, an online environment designed to support six- to 14-year-old new arrivals. Using fun, interactive and game-based learning, the new resource provides these pupils with the language they need to succeed, both socially and academically, at school. It includes an assessment of students’ current level of English and progressive sessions of English language learning. Also supporting pupils whose first language isn’t English, MathsZone (stand A71) will introduce Access to Maths, which enables students to progress in maths without fluency in English. The course helps teachers to make real assessments of pupils’ mathematical knowledge rather than their knowledge of English. MathsZone will also show Gridlines, its new card game designed to reinforce learning in maths. Head to stand A31 to see Primart’s child-centric art installations for schools. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use, the steel and wood sculptures can be commissioned by schools to help them communicate their values in a striking and creative way. Preview sponsored by32 Secondary
  33. 33. Preview sponsored by 33 Educating & inspiring minds... Learning Labs (stand EE82) has teamed up with post-it notes company 3M to launch FlashSticks, to help school children learn a foreign language. The printed, colour-coded post-it notes can be stuck up anywhere so students can learn while going about their daily routine. Using visual icons and phonetics, along with an app that enables users to wave their smartphone over a note to hear a word’s pronunciation, FlashSticks are currently available in French, Spanish, German and Italian. New exhibitor Ariel Trust (stand J80) develops curriculum-linked resources to help schools tackle social issues such sex and relationship education and homophobic bullying. Head to the stand to find out about the charity’s work, and how its creative and easy to use resources can help motivate young people into changing their attitudes. Cognosis Games (stand A33) will unveil its new board game to help children develop logical thinking skills. The game is aimed at over eight- year-olds and features 600 Cognitive Ability Test questions to test students’ verbal, non-verbal and numerical reasoning against the clock. Suitable for 11+ and entrance exam practice, Cognosis can also be played as a fun family game. Visit the stand to get a special show discount on Cognosis. With a recent report by the National Children’s Bureau finding that child poverty is, in many respects, a bigger problem today than it was 50 years ago, EduCare for Education (stand G23) will highlight its awareness raising online service for schools. This supports school staff with the training they need to spot and act on signs of child neglect. EduCare’s service contains 16 safeguarding and duty of care programmes, including NSPCC Child Neglect and NSPCC Child Protection Awareness in Education. Ingestre Hall Residential (stand K83), the UK’s only dedicated residential arts centre for schools, is exhibiting for the first time at the show. The Staffordshire-based Jacobean mansion offers arts courses and activities for groups, from KS2 up to post-16. The courses cover numerous arts disciplines, including dance, drama, music, and visual arts and media, and range from activity days to residential weeks. First time exhibitor Live-N-Learn (stand EE87) will showcase its new Mindset: Close the Gap programme, designed to help schools close the achievement gap of pupil premium students. The workshop aims to help young people to value their potential, overcome peer pressure and progress by improving their overall attitude to learning. St John Ambulance (stand LL47-L49) will showcase its new student first aid programme, which gives schools the flexibility to select the most suitable training option for their students and fit it around the school day. Visit the stand to find out more about the new programme and also check out St John’s first aid resources, which are available for free at Traidcraft (stand J79) is making its first appearance at the show, to raise awareness of its fair trade coffee and discuss how pupils can develop teamworking and business skills, and raise funds, through running Traidcraft tuckshops. The charity will also provide information on its downloadable activities and teaching resources for all key stages and curriculum subjects. KI (stand E59-D60) has added three vibrant and contemporary new colours to its popular range of Postura+ chairs for schools. Postura+ ergonomic seating is designed to promote good posture, and will be displayed on KI’s stand alongside its other educational furniture ranges, including Intellect Wave and Maestro chairs. Medpac (stand L80) has introduced an insulated version of its medicine storage bag, to help ensure the temperature of certain medications is regulated when children are out and about. Medpacs are designed to store and carry medicines safely and securely, and include a Photo ID card and Treatment Card, for writing the information required to quickly administer the medicine. Learning Labs (stand EE82) has teamed up with post-it notes colour-coded post-it notes can be stuck up anywhere so students can learn Secondary
  34. 34. Preview sponsored by 34 Educating & inspiring minds... Sensory toys support inclusive education First time exhibitor Dickory Dock Designs (stand E55) will unveil its new tactile and sensory products for mainstream and SEN early years and primary pupils. The colourful and creative Fantasy Story Garden and Counting Garden can each be placed in a Tuff Spot tray or spread onto a flat surface, and folded away quickly into a storage bag after use. Dutch company Playnetic (stand H66) will launch its new Music- and StoryBall for early years and primary school pupils, including SEN and handicapped children. The easy to use ball, which is made from hard wearing steel, can be installed in the playground to help pupils learn through outdoor play. The ball works by simply turning a crank at the top, and can be used with different collections of songs and stories. Inclusive Play (stand E65) will debut at the show with its range of outdoor playground equipment designed for children of all abilities and developmental levels. Focusing on sensory play, musical play and movement, the range includes the Revolve and Fusion spinning and rocking bowls in which children sit and move. Phonic Books (stand M2) will showcase its new Moon Dogs series of catch-up phonic reading books for older, struggling readers. Aimed at eight to 14 year-olds in mainstream or SEN education, the books include short decodable texts, which follow step- by-step phonic progression. Featuring fun stories and contemporary illustrations, the books are complemented by two workbooks with activities based on the stories. Visit Dore on stand M3 to discover how its programme of personalised physical exercises can help pupils with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and ADHD. The new, more accessible and affordable model of the Dore Programme costs under £1200 for eight SEN pupils aged seven and over. Move4words (stand N26) will also show how teachers can harness the power of physical exercise to improve self-control and attention, and consequently boost literacy performance, among seven to 12 year-old pupils. Move4words is most effective for SEN pupils and the bottom 20% of learners. It now includes self-training materials for teachers so they can access the programme without an external trainer. Oaka Books (stand F3) will introduce its new range of geography, science and history revision packs for KS3/Common Entrance SEN pupils and visual learners. The packs feature colourful books, with illustrations and memory maps to help students revise key facts, and other revision aids, such as board games, flashcards and pop-out characters. All the packs focus on specific topics and new titles include Physics: Forces and Historical Figures: Nelson Mandela. SEN
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