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Huish Community Learning Partnership

hclpThrough the Huish Community Learning Partnership, we work together to raise the aspirations and achievements of all our pupils.

We are a member of the Huish Community Learning Partnership. It is the federation of Huish Episcopi Academy and its feeder primary schools, serving Langport and surrounding villages. The partnership educates children from Reception through to Upper Sixth Form. It is our belief that through working together, we will raise the aspirations and achievements of all our pupils.

Our members share these common strategic objectives:

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What joint activities and events take place to enhance learning throughout the partnership?

Each year the CLP write a development plan created from common areas from all the schools’ individual development plans. For this academic year, key areas are:

For staff and adults in the partnership this will be achieved through:

For children this may include:

We have created a ‘core’ and enhanced offer for all our pupils. This is called our CLP passport.

Download the CLP Passport

Current Workshops available to attend:

Dyslexia Awareness

With Mark Long, Lead Advisory Teacher

Wednesday, 26th February 2020

Starting at 6:30pm, estimated end time 8pm

Dyslexia is a learning difference that affects 1 in 10 people. Individuals with dyslexia often find it challenging to develop reading and spelling fluency and can also have difficulty with remembering verbal instructions and learning sequences such as the alphabet, days of the week and times table facts.

This session provides an introduction to dyslexia. It explains why children with dyslexia can find reading, spelling and writing so challenging and describes strategies that can be used to help children improve in these areas.

To book a place on this session please visit:    https://forms.gle/Qptdo9QzkZisPiqv7

 

Growth Mindset

With Dr Dawn Starley, Educational Psychologist

Wednesday, 25th March 2020

Starting at 6:30pm, estimated end time 8pm

The beliefs children have about intelligence, effort, and struggle impact the choices they make about learning.  Children with a fixed mindset believe that intelligence is fixed at birth and doesn’t change with practice.  They see school as a place where abilities are evaluated and they interpret mistakes are a sign that they lack talent.

This session will help you help your child/ren to develop a growth mindset believing that intelligence can be developed. These students see school as a place to develop their abilities and think of challenges as opportunities to grow.

To book a place on this session please visit:   https://forms.gle/RvhuWArcdvUm16gy6

 

‘Parenting your Anxious Child’ workshop
An information session to understand anxiety in children and guidance on how to support your child through these feelings led by Claire Kelly & Suzy Wedley (Parent & Family Support Advisors (PFSAs))
Date: Thursday, 12th March 2020
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Venue: Huish Episcopi Academy, Wincanton Road, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9SS

To book a place for this session please visit: <https://forms.gle/BMRxSBqT8sC4iXMWA>

 

Protecting your Children against Child Exploitation (County Lines)
Information about child exploitation, signs to look out for, ways to keep your children safe led by Claire Kelly, PFSA and Jon Merrick-Wren, Assistant Principal & Designated Safeguarding Lead, Huish Academy.
Date: Thursday, 19th March 2020
Time: 6.00pm – 7.30pm
Venue: Huish Episcopi Academy, Wincanton Road, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9SS

To book a place for this session please visit: <https://forms.gle/62AG6bWXNrxt8Nks9>