NACE: Who we are

Founded in 1983, NACE is recognised both nationally and internationally as a leading charity in the field of education for able learners. We provide guidance, support and training, enabling teachers to attain the best from able learners in the everyday classroom, whilst enabling all learners to flourish and achieve. We run a dynamic regional and national events and conference programme. Alongside this we offer bespoke CPD, and develop resources specifically for members. The NACE Challenge Award is a recognised tool for more able school self-review and improvement for all. NACE members benefit from access to resources, updates on latest developments, discounts on events and much more.
 

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Conferences and Seminars

Challenge in the everyday classroom (primary) - Cardiff
22nd November 2018

Suitable for primary teachers, coordinators and all those with responsibility for more able provision and policy, this one-day workshop covers a range of strategies to identify, engage, support and challenge more able learners. Taking account of the national context and inspection requirements, the course offers practical examples, ideas and resources to challenge the more able and to develop a school-wide ethos of challenge and high expectations.

Who should attend? Primary teachers, more able leads/coordinators, headteachers, SLT

Location: Novotel Cardiff Centre, Schooner Way, Cardiff CF10 4RT

Costs:
NACE members: £230 +VAT
Non-members: £325 +VAT

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Challenging more able learners in English (KS1-2)
27th November 2018

New for 2018, this one-day workshop explores key principles and practices to ensure more able learners in English are effectively supported, engaged and challenged throughout KS1-2.

Who should attend? Primary teachers, English subject leads, more able leads/coordinators

Location: Novotel London West, London W6 8DR

Costs:
NACE members: £230 +VAT
Non-members: £325 +VAT

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Challenging more able learners in English (KS3-4)
6th December 2018

Explore effective approaches to supporting more able learners in KS3-4 English – going beyond “exam ready” to extend and enrich learning, build independence and develop high-level thinking and language skills.

Who should attend? Secondary English teachers, heads of department

Location: Novotel London West, London W6 8DR

Costs:
NACE members: £230 +VAT
Non-members: £325 +VAT

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