Manchester school hosting free Speed Learning event 1st December

Amy Kingsley

Since qualifying as a primary school teacher in 2009, I have taught across KS1 and 2 at three schools in the Manchester area. After studying English and Hispanic Studies at Sheffield University, I went on to complete a PGCE Primary in Spanish at Manchester Metropolitan University. I'm passionate about making English lessons exciting and engaging through the use of ICT. I was thrilled to join Russell Scott Primary School earlier this year and I'm loving my role developing the teaching of literacy through the use of iPads.

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Manchester’s Russell Scott Primary School will be holding a free-of-charge Speed Learning Apple RTC event on Thursday 1st December. Running from 4:30pm to 6pm, the event will begin with a keynote from the renowned deputy head and ‘ideas factory’ Julian Wood, and will feature 10 top table hosts who will share how they use Apple tech across the Primary curriculum. These sessions will repeat every ten minutes in the style of speed-dating. What’s more, edtech experts JTRS Training will be supplying festive snacks to be served throughout.

Last year’s Speed Learning event saw over 80 teachers head to Russell Scott Primary School, an Apple regional training centre located in Denton. The gathering is being organised by Russell Scott teacher Amy Kingsley, a literacy and computing enthusiast and one of the UK’s leading Primary educators


"As an Apple Regional Training Centre, we're committed to inspiring teachers to use tech with confidence in the classroom,” said Amy. “This is our third free Speed Learning event, and previous events have been attended by up to 100 enthusiastic teachers! We're very lucky to be welcoming Julian Wood as our keynote speaker this time. It's the perfect opportunity to network, pick up some inspiring ideas and enjoy a festive nibble!"


Visit the event page or contact [email protected] / @MissKingsley85 for more information.

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