Teaching experts to run course at Warwick
Warwick Academy is hosting a series of courses for all primary and secondary teachers on the island.
British experts Adam Unwin-Berrey and Sue McVicar will be brought in to discuss maths and literacy respectively.
In addition to working with staff and students at Warwick Academy, both of the professionals are offering a series of courses for all primary and middle schoolteachers on the island.
The courses aim to provide teachers with the confidence and skills to structure and teach outstanding literacy and mathematics lessons in the primary and middle school.
The courses will run from Monday to Thursday next week, from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.
For more details, e-mail Jill Finnigan, director of staff and student development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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