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NSPCC Learning Event
Teachers Skills Programme - Great Success
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The TSP is Mandatory for all teachers to undertake in 2017.
People pay to go on such courses yet it’s at our disposal. Every teacher should grab it with both hands!
On February 4th-5th and 11th, the S I Madressa in conjunction with the Council of European Jamaats, hosted their first Teachers Skills Programme.
The Teachers Skills Programme (TSP) is a three day program facilitated by Sayyid Aliraza Naqvi. In the first two days the module covers the necessity of teaching, the roles and responsibilities of a Madressa teacher, how to plan effectively, inclusive learning, assessment strategies, reflectives practices and personal journal.
The third day focuses on micro-teaching where participants get the opportunity to practice the skills they have learnt in the first two days and get valuable feedback from their peers as well as the facilitator.
Alhamdulillah, the first session was a great success!
Click here to read more about the February session, including testimonials, and to register for March 2017
Children of Teachers - Drop Off & Pick Up
First lesson Teachers who have children at the Madressa can leave their children in the canteen in the morning so that they may be on time to their own classes. Classes 1-4 children will be escorted to their classes and Classes 5+ children will be asked to go to their classes just prior to 10:00am
Teachers can escort children of teachers/volunteers straight to the dining area and do not have to take them outside to line-up at the end of the day. The children can then be collected from the dining area.
Teachers must respect the timings for arrival at the Madressa, being in the classroom before students arrive for 1st lesson, dismissing students for break as well as Salaat on time and escorting students to their relevant exits at the end of the Madressa day.
First lesson Teachers MUST be in their class room latest by 9.50am as children will start coming in from 9.55. Class 1-4 teachers to follow their respective timings and procedure
Last lesson teachers MUST escort their students to the respective exit doors and hand them over to the parent or approved guardian. Do not leave the students on their own.
Late pick up:
At 1:30pm, teachers are to bring the students to the Canteen
At 1:45pm, teachers are to bring the students to the Canteen.
Parents are to collect them from the main entrance.
Registers 1: These will be collected by a Madressa helper from 12.45 onwards. Kindly ensure last lesson attendance is taken promptly.
Registers 2: it is critical that you mark a TICK for present, 'A' for absent and 'L' for late, as outlined at the bottom of the registers. We are monitoring lateness and need first lesson teachers to record 'L' as appropriate.
Teachers must wear their ID Badges at all times, especially when entering the premises.
SJFA – BEDSA 2017 FINALIST
Stanmore Jafferys Football Academy has been selected as finalist for the BEDSA 2017 Awards (British Ethnic Minority Diversity Sports Awards).
We have reached this stage with the support of the whole community and we are here humbly requesting this to be maintained all the way through the final stage in form of your vote in the public voting process.
The NSPCC is inviting those who have a role in safeguarding or supporting children and young people in faith-based organisations or minority ethnic communities to find out more about what we do to help you in your work.
Thursday, 23 March 2017, 12.30 – 3.30pm (lunch provided). NSPCC, Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London N8 7HE