Upcoming web events
At Renaissance, we host a series of free web events for schools in the UK & Ireland to learn best practices, discover new products and to ensure continuous learning during school closures. To register for an online event or watch a recorded webinar – browse the list below.
For more information on what virtual training sessions are available, please email our coaching department.
The full list of recorded webinars can be viewed here.
Renaissance Everywhere: Mind the Gap
(Recorded 26th January 2021)
(Recorded 19th January 2021) Download the guide
Renaissance Everywhere: Getting the most from AR at home
(Recorded 19th January 2021)
Renaissance Everywhere: Supporting continuous learning in school and at home
(Recorded 12th January 2021)
The Lockdown Learning Awards
(Recorded 27th November)
Reading Enjoyment – What does the research say, and how can Renaissance solutions help? A conversation with Dr Sarah McGeown
(Recorded 24th November)
MAT Chat – English across a multi-academy trust
(Recorded 23rd November)
Introducing new publishers on myON!
(Recorded 10th November)
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – Get the most out of Star Assessments
(Recorded 4th November)
‘Are children listening?’ – In conversation with Y6 teacher and blogger, Kelly Buxton
In this webinar, we’ll be talking to Year 6 teacher Kelly Buxton. Kelly recently wrote a blog, ‘Are Children Listening?’, asking whether her class were listening to adults reading to them – concluding that yes, they are! Kelly and Renaissance colleague Margaret will be discussing what they believe to be core to reading in school. You can read Kelly’s blog here.
28th January | 2:00pm
Make the most out of our solutions in school, or at home with the following webinars:
Renaissance Everywhere: A deep dive into Whole Class Reading
Children need access to a wide range of books as well as the skills and freedom to choose books that interest them. Using the ‘complete literacy solution’ from Renaissance – including myON and AR – we will explore the ways in which reading ability can be supported and managed through a variety of strategies to build language skills, extend vocabulary and develop a love of reading.
2nd February | 12:30pm