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The latest podcasts from the EAS.
Andras Luka (EAS Professional Learning Adviser - Science) presents a Podcast on understanding the digestion process.
Jane Crawley-Adams and Nicky Hagendyk in conversation on the importance of disciplinary literacy in the Humanities AoLE.
Jane Crawley-Adams and Cressy Murphy discuss the use of literacy skills and strategies in maths and numeracy.
Paula Webber (EAS Adviser RVE/SACRE) and Libby Jones, (RVE Adviser/Chairs of the National Advisory Panel for Religious Education) discuss some of the changes to the legislation surrounding RVE in the Curriculum for Wales 2022.
Nic Rees (English and literacy lead) of Risca Primary in Caerphilly and Hayley Lee (English and Literacy lead), Zaharah Ally-Perrett (DHT) and Susan Roche (HT) of Garnteg Primary in Torfaen discuss ways in which their schools are meeting the needs of their learners in English and literacy this summer term, following the extended time away from the …
Jane Crawley-Adams and Jemima Bartley in conversation on the role of the SLT Skills Coordinator in an EAS secondary school.
Nicky Hagendyk, Humanities Professional Learning Adviser in conversation with Nia Williams, Assistant Headteacher at Ysgol Preseli about Humanities in the Curriculum for Wales.
English and literacy leads Kate Summers of Glasllwch Primary in Newport, and Michael Davies of Nant y Parc Primary in Caerphilly discuss ways in which their schools are meeting the needs of their learners in English and literacy this summer term, following the extended time away from the classroom during the past year.…
Nicky Hagendyk, EAS in conversation with Dr Marian Gwyn, Race Council Cymru, about diversity in the Curriculum for Wales.
Dave Ashton and Nicky Hagendyk (EAS) meet to discuss the application in numeracy in History lessons.
Georgie Bevan and Sarah McAuley (EAS) meet to discuss the application in numeracy in Welsh lessons.
Jane Crawley-Adams of the EAS Languages, Literacy and Communication Team and Abby Watts, Literacy Coordinator from St. Joseph’s High School in Newport, discuss the role of the Literacy coordinator in a Secondary School.
Paula Webber (EAS Adviser RVE/SACRE) and Nicky Hagendyk (EAS Adviser Humanities) in conversation about RVE in the Curriculum for Wales 2022.
Andras Luka (EAS) considers aspects of the Year 10 GCSE Science Electricity topic, with a particular focus on types of circuits and the current, voltage rules within these circuits.
Dave Ashton meets Nia Chivers from one of the EAS Learning Network Schools for Numeracy across the curriculum to discuss the purpose of Numeracy Development Plans.
Georgie Bevan & Jane Crawley-Adams (EAS) meet to discuss the application on numeracy in English lessons
Numeracy in Science – Dave Ashton & Andras Luka (EAS) meet to discuss the application on numeracy in Science lessons
Sue Jones & Georgie Bevan (EAS) discuss why learners become disaffected and how to change their mindset, including the value of intervention.
Sue Jones talks to Jess Stokes, a Senior Leader at Willowtown Primary about their Metacognition journey.
Sue Jones & Gaynor Brimble (EAS) discuss Language, observation and well planned opportunities with plenty of repetition in Mathematical Development.
Dave Ashton (EAS) meets Jordan Curran, the Head of D&T at King Henry Viii Comprehensive to discuss how they develop numeracy.
Dave Ashton (EAS) meets Rhian Davies (King Henry Viii Comprehensive) to discuss her experience in Line Managing Numeracy
Steve Williams (Head of Maths, King Henry VIII Comprehensive) introduces the Abergavenny Cluster Mathematics Project. Practitioners include Kerrie Martin (Our Lady St. Michael Primary), Vicky Price (Gilwern Primary), Rhiannon Taylor, Nia Chivers and Steven Williams (KHS).
Listen to how Anna Kershaw, Teacher and International Languages (IL) lead, and Damian Briggs, Teacher and IL provider from Bryn Bach primary, Tredegar, one of our lead International Languages primary schools, are developing International Languages through a whole school approach, engaging in professional learning development and are connecting and …
Susan Jones (EAS) talks with Paul Keane (Headteacher, Federation of Blenheim Road and Coed Eva), Stacey Harris and Fran Jordan about how they have developed resilient, engaged learners.
Dave meets Chris Abbott from King Henry VIII to discuss how they use form time to develop learners numeracy skills.
Tune in to listen to Jane Baker from one of the EAS Learning Network Schools for Welsh second language, Hendre Juniors, talking about how the school have adapted and engaged pupils with learning Welsh during the pandemic.
Tune in to listen to Sarah Kaveney from one of the EAS lead multilingualism schools, St. Gwladys Bargoed primary, talking about the school’s journey in developing international languages in their primary setting and transition. Tiwniwch i mewn i wrando ar Sarah Kaveney o un o ysgolion amlieithrwydd arweiniol y GCA, ysgol gynradd St Gwladys Bargoed,…
Nicky Hagendyk (EAS) & Kath Lewis (CSC) discuss recording AolE conversations.
Nicky Hagendyk (Professional Learning Adviser, EAS) discusses the EAS Peer Working Programme, and interviews schools in the region surrounding their experiences with the programme.
Daniel Davies & Nicky Hagendyk provide an introduction to Assessment for LearningBy Education Achievement Service
Dave Ashton & Dan Davies discuss the Importance of Learning Intentions (English Medium).By Education Achievement Service
Dave Ashton & Georgie Bevan discuss how Success Criteria can be used in the Classroom (English Medium).By Education Achievement Service
Georgie Bevan & Susan Jones discuss Using Data To Effectively Assess, Track & Intervene with all Learners in a Primary Setting (English Medium).By Education Achievement Service
Cressida Murphy & Georgie Bevan discuss using Assessment Data Effectively in a Secondary School Setting (English Medium)By Education Achievement Service
Georgie Bevan & Anita Thomas Using Assessment Data Effectively In A Special School Setting.By Education Achievement Service
Nicky Hagendyk (Professional Learning Adviser -Wider Curriculum, EAS) & Becky Sims (Principle Challenge Adviser, EAS) discuss Descriptive Feedback in Assessment for Learning.By Education Achievement Service
Nicky Hagendyk (EAS) discusses feedback in Assessment for Learning with Gwen Steel, Deputy Headteacher at Cwmbran High School.By Education Achievement Service
Daniel Davies discusses Leadership with Professor Mick WatersBy Education Achievement Service
Daniel Davies discusses the professional teaching and leadership standards with Professor Mick Waters, who was instrumental in their design.By Education Achievement Service
Daniel Davies discusses Digital Competence Framework with Luke Mansfield, DHT at St. Julian's Primary School, Newport.By Education Achievement Service
Dan Davies (EAS) discusses formative assessment with Alex Smith (Headteacher, Gaer Primary School, Newport)By Education Achievement Service
Podlediad cyntaf cyfrwng Cymraeg y GCA. Mae Daniel Davies yn trafod cyngor i ANG gyda Alun Jones o Ysgol y Castell, Caerffili.Welsh medium podcast. Daniel Davies talks about tips for NQT with Alun Jones from Ysgol y Castell, Caerffili.By Education Achievement Service
Daniel Davies and Hannah Barry discuss professional learning experiences as part of an NQTs induction profile.By Education Achievement Service
The first EAS NQT podcast with Daniel Davies, Hannah Barry & interviews with NQTs. Recorded in July 2018.By Education Achievement Service
Do you think you're secretly a chicken? Eve and Cath enter the world of furries and the Annual Furry Convention, a place where you can dress up as any animal you choose. But if you think they're weird, how about the artists who want to celebrate the Earth by...erm...shagging it? Or the vegans who want vegan underwear. *Edible* vegan underwear? This…
Has anyone NOT slept with Colin Farrell? Kerry Katona claims he propositioned her but she turned him down which makes Eve and Cath very suspicious. We move from discussing the truth of this claim to an Australian comedian who is ripping the piss out of Instagram stars by trying to replicate their improbable yoga poses (and failing). That's the last…
Rob Hart and Renee Asher Pickup are joined by ZERO SAINTS author Gabino Iglesias and J. David Osborne, the editor of Broken River Books, to talk bilingual narratives, diversity in fiction, and the reception of genre fiction at AWP.
Rob Hart and Brandon Tietz put the screws to Johnny Shaw about the art and mechanics of book tours and live readings — as well as Johnny's new novel, 'Floodgate'.
No that isn't a giant brown bollock in the photo, it's a funeral egg. The idea is that when you die they put your body in the egg and plant a tree on top of it. Eve thinks this is a great way to go, Cath is all the nopes about it and wants to be embalmed in a glass casket like Lenin. We also talk about a mother who had her own child drugged and abd…