Subscriptions to resources & publications for sale
We offer a number of resources which are available on a subscription basis via Hampshire Teaching and Leadership College.
Subscribers can access the relevant information page and resources by clicking on the links below.
A resource to support a text-driven English curriculum in the primary years.
Over 300 texts listed with notes on themes, grammatical features, possible writing opportunities and cross-curricular links.
A valuable tool for selecting texts to drive learning journeys.
Organised under headings for ease of reference – Novels, Picture Books, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Heritage, Shakespeare, Traditional Tales, Short Story Collections, EYFS, Myths and Legends, Films.
Searchable for grammatical terms, topic areas etc.
Available as a downloadable resource to allow for regular updates.
Subscription: £50, payable in two annual instalments of £25. Click here to subscribe.
Click on the link above to view details of subject publications produced by the Hampshire Inspection and Advisory Service.
To order a publication, customers should complete the online order form available via the Order publications button on the Publications web page. For further information or queries, please contact the HIAS Publications Team on: email@example.com
The curriculum updates are compiled by inspectors and advisers and share examples of high-quality good practice to keep you up to date with subject or whole-school issues. There are 12 titles which are produced twice a year. The curriculum updates are available by annual subscription, either electronically or in printed format. For further information and a full list of our titles, please see our curriculum updates leaflet.
Excerpt from RADE News, published on 23 October 2017.
Equality and Rights Advocates (EARA) update
The EARA groups across county have been very active challenging discrimination across a range of issues within their school communities. Their most recent meeting, in June 2017, was a celebration of all they have achieved in their schools over the academic year. The students were presented with certificates as recognition of all their hard work and effort in challenging discrimination and promoting equality and social justice in their school community.
The following represents a flavour of the initiatives they have delivered as part of the EARA group.
The Hampshire Religious Education (RE) Team and Hampshire SACRE are delighted to bring you the 2018 edition of the Hampshire Interfaith Calendar
The images forming the 2018 calendar were created by children and young people in their RE classes. Living Difference III, the agreed syllabus for RE in Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight, seeks to introduce children and young people to what a religious way of looking at and existing in the world may offer in leading one’s life, individually and collectively. Religious education in Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight intends to play an educative part in the lives of children and young people as they come to speak, think and act in the world.
Cost: £5.00 + P&P (£1.50 0-5 copies, £2.50 5-12 copies)
Teaching to the top! How to develop a growth mindset within the history classroom: a conference workshop by Mike Bruce and Wendy Drodge
There has been a huge drive within Hampshire to close the gap between Pupil Premium and non-Pupil Premium pupils. The Secondary History Steering Group has been working to develop specific history strategies that will enable all students to make significant progress in our classrooms, including drawing on the work of Carol Dweck and her growth mindset research. At the recent Hampshire and Wessex Secondary History Leadership Conference, Wendy and I aimed to deliver a workshop that provided relevant and practical strategies with a growth mindset to improve the quality of history work produced by your students. What follows is a summary of the workshop with its two central themes; differentiation and the use of subject-specific language in the classroom.
Hampshire EMTAS produces a range of resources that are available to purchase. These include the award-winning Young Interpreter Scheme materials, the New Arrival Ambassador Scheme, EAL Conversation Cards and a suite of e-learning materials that can provide CPD for staff.
Also available to buy are various practitioner-led inputs, including training sessions for school-based staff, Positive Parenting sessions for parents, dual-language story-telling sessions for pupils and Persona Doll sessions, which are particularly relevant at Key Stage 1.
For more information about the full range of resources and training available from EMTAS, see our website.