Training delivered by the Literacy and Numeracy Support Team (LNST) in conjunction with Cardiff and Vale Occupational Therapy Service at St David's Hospital. Providing guidance for schools who may have pupils with fine motor and handwriting difficulties.
The course will be held in the OT department on the 1st floor of St David's Hospital. Trainees can park in visitor bays only and must register their car on arrival at reception.
Please note that lunch will not be provided. Trainees are advised to bring their own lunch or purchase food from the hospital canteen.
All Cardiff (SLA) schools will have received the Handwriting Motorway Guide during initial wave of training. Further copies may be purchased via the LNST by SLA schools for £25.
Cardiff schools which are not part of the SLA may purchase a guide for £150
Out of County schools will need to purchase a guide for £150 as a requirement to attend the Handwriting Motorway Training.
Additional copies may be obtained for £75.
Participants will be able to assess pupils and to plan a programme specific to the pupils' needs. They will have strategies for multi-sensory teaching with activities, resource ideas and templates. They will also be able to evaluate and track pupils' progress.
Bydd y cyfranogwyr yn gallu asesu disgyblion a chynllunio rhaglen benodol i gwrdd ag anghenion y disgyblion. Bydd ganddynt strategaethau addysgu amlsynhwyraidd gyda gweithgareddau, syniadau adnoddau a thempledi. Byddan nhw hefyd yn gallu gwerthuso ac olrhain cynnydd disgyblion.
E-Safety Training // Hyfforddiant E-ddiogelwch
Mae’r cwrs hwn yn trafod ystod o faterion e-ddiogelwch y mae’n rhaid i ysgolion cynradd ac uwchradd ddelio â nhw’n ddyddiol. Mae’n trafod sut y gall seiber-fwlio gael effaith ofnadwy ar ddisgyblion unigol ac ar ddiwylliant yr ysgol yn gyffredinol. Mae hefyd yn dangos mesurau effeithiol y gall ysgolion eu cymryd i ddelio ag achosion e-ddiogelwch pan fyddant yn digwydd a sut i’w hatal rhag digwydd.
This course looks at a range of e-safety issues, which schools at both primary and secondary level are having to deal with on a daily basis. It looks at how cyber bullying can have a devastating impact on individual pupils and on school culture as a whole. It also demonstrates effective measures schools can take to both deal with e-safety incidents as and when they occur and how to prevent them happening.