Primary school pupils recreate iconic A52 'disco' bridge as part of Our Future Derby careers initiative - with help from RAF aircraft engineer and industry experts
PRIMARY school pupils in Derby have recreated the iconic A52 footbridge which dominates the city skyline – with help from industry experts.
A SCHEME aimed at connecting business leaders with primary school children in Derby is making an appeal for volunteers to inspire future generations in our city ahead of National Volunteers Week (June 1 to June 7).
Two talented deaf teachers from a city school have been sharing their expertise with other hearing-impaired staff at schools across the UK.Maths teacher Cathie Birch and arts and crafts teacher Lucy Noble, who both work at Royal School for the Deaf Derby, were invited to join a national webinar and share their skills with 42 other deaf teachers.The event was hosted by innovative education company, You Teach Me, which allows teachers to learn from each other to raise standards in children’s education.YouTeachMe, which in the last year has received two grants from InnovateUK, enables schools to connect, collaborate and personalise teaching for every child.Cathie and Lucy used British Sign Language (BSL) to deliver the session on the teaching of maths, arts and crafts, as well as wellbeing and mental health support, which is being prioritised at the school as it recovers from the pandemic.Royal School for the Deaf Derby head teacher Helen Shepherd said:
@SunSupport_SEN, a support organisation for parents of children with special educational needs has appointed a former head teacher and leading specialist in complex needs to deliver SEN training and consultancy services for schools.
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