NOA: Funding The Future Conference: 10th March 2020, 2.30-5.30pm, The Space
Norwich Opportunity Area warmly invite you to attend our free conference on all things funding to ensure the legacy of your work now, and into the future. Simple, hands on sessions walk you through the ways and means to successfully gain funding for new and continuing projects and will help you make it part of the way your school does business. Can you afford not to?
Who should attend? Successful bids are a team effort – strategic fit, bid writing and admin skills, and the practitioner’s view on implementation
School leaders – Find out about local priorities that could attract funding, be a basis for collaborative bids and align with your school’s improvement plan
Business/finance managers and staff – Get tips on bid writing, see exemplars of successful applications and plan resourcing for successful implementation, evaluation and reporting
Practitioners eg Communication Champions/ Inclusion Champions/ SENCOs – consider how best to choose the interventions that will fit your school and curriculum, and hear about the challenges of implementation
Places can be booked on Eventbrite here- https://noafundingthefuture.eventbrite.co.uk Or email Claire Sparrow: firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions please contact Emma Van Deventer email@example.com
Communication Champions Conference 2020
Join us at our fully funded, full day event focusing on the development of children’s early speech, language and communication skills. Registration details to follow shortly.
Transition: A Fresh Approach in the Norwich Opportunity Area
We have an ambitious plan to coordinate a city-wide transition in 2020, with a significant investment of NOA funding to support schools to collaborate and determine “what works” in terms of excellent transition.
Norwich Opportunity Area Inclusion Charter Conference. “An inclusive culture”
Monday 19th November 2018. 15:00-18:00
This is an event for schools and partners involved in the Norwich Opportunity Area. It will feature a keynote presentation from Deborah Page, Principal Educational Psychologist / Head of Service from Derbyshire council on findings of their research into the impact of school culture on exclusion. There will also be workshops from a range of providers of whole school approaches to inclusion, which could be funded through the Inclusion Charter programme.