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Managing potentially dangerous situations is important when dealing with people and their safe being. Contingency planning as a management technique can prevent injury to people and damage to property. Your task in this life or death simulation will be to ensure that, whatever happens, you have a plan to prevent disaster and to get things running again as soon as possible. For those who love creativity, problem solving, managing people, their behaviour and making models.
Start date: 10:00am, 16th Nov, 2019
End date: 3:00pm, 17th Nov, 2019
Location: Bury St Edmunds , East Anglia
Masterclass year groups: 4, 5, 6, 7
Masterclass leader: John Senior
Bio: John is a highly experienced and creative freelance education consultant, lecturer and writer. He has worked with able, gifted and talented children for over 3 decades as well as their teachers, carers and parents, Advisor for several London Boroughs as an Advisor as well as previously a Director of GIFT Ltd, Otherwise Ltd and the National Youth Director for the National Association for Gifted Children. He loves learning and working as a co-operative learner with anything that breathes. As an academic writer, leader, advisor and consultant he explores creativity and innovative learning. He has written extensively for both academic and popular readerships specialising in providing enrichment activities that stimulate independent thinking. He is currently a Contributing Editor and Senior Reviewer for Gifted Education International, a SAGE Journal and joint editor and contributor of the Handbook of Gifted Education (SAGE to be published 2018).
Venue: St Mary's Cof E Primary Academy
Address: Trinity Avenue, Mildenhall, Bury St Edmunds , Suffolk, IP28 7LR