Nov 07, 2019 10:00 AM

Considering moving towards a career that combines your love of the outdoors with your ability to plan and organise? Gaining valuable specialist outdoor event management skills will upgrade your event experience and enhance your career opportunities in the industry.  Outdoor events come with a range of challenges but also open up a world of creative event locations that result in memorable and unique experiences for attendees. MASTERCLASS  IN OUTDDOOR EVENT MANAGEMENT COURSE, LONDON, COURSE DETAILS Course Name: MasterClass Certificate in Outdoor Event ManagementCourse Start Date: Thursday 7 November 2019Course Duration: 2 days (Thursday & Friday)Course Hours: 10am - 4pmCourse Venue: Venues at ExCeL London, E16 1XL Certificate:  MasterClass Certificate in Outdoor Event ManagementAwarded By: The Event School London COURSE HIGHLIGHTS *Expert tuition from Outdoor Event Management professionals*Build your events industry network *Small groups with strictly limited numbers offer a unique experience*Training Centre ideally placed within one of Europe's premier venues - ExCeL London, host to major international  events such as World Travel Market. LEARN MOREwb: https://www.eventschool.london/product-page/masterclass-certificate-in-outdoor-event-management-course-1 em: [email protected]: 0203 239 0950 save: Subscribe to our updates and receive a 10% Fee Saver Promo Code COURSE CONTENT The outdoor events industry  Event managers role in outdoor event management Outdoor event purpose, objectives and theme Identifying location requirements Sourcing the ideal location  Undertaking site inspections and evaluating outdoor events and locations Identifying permissions required and legalities that apply Site layout, design and facilties required - e.g. fencing, staging, seating, temporary offices, toilets, dressing rooms, pitches etc Temporary structures Sourcing and coordinating outdoor event services and contractors e.g. security, traffic and car-parking marshalling, first aid and medical providers, music, entertaiment, AV and pyrotechnics, cleaning, scaffolding,pop-up and staging suppliers, inflatables, signage, landscapers, outdoor furniture hire, ticketing and registration services etc  Outdoor event catering options Enhancing the visitor experience Using technology for outdoor event management Key elements of risk assessments and H&S for outdoor events Contingency planning  Crowd management Event managers role during site build up, open phase and breakdown Measuring and evaluating event success Trends in the outdoor events industry

Oct 19, 2019 7:00 PM

PLEASE NOTE - ADVANCE REGISTRATION TICKETS ARE FULLY SUBSCRIBED FOR THIS EVENT.  THERE WILL BE AVAILABILITY ON THE DOOR.  THE EVENT IS FREE ENTRY AND YOU SHOULD AIM TO ARRIVE EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. We’re going on tour! I’m delighted to announce our October ’Rock Decadium Tour 2019’. Celebrating 10 years of music. We hope to see YOU on the road! RSVP and get advance tickets here! 19 SAT - Trillians, NEWCASTLE w/Pearl Jam GB.  7pm - 11pm. Free Entry THE KUT - ROCK DECADIUM TOUR 2019 16 WED - Moles, BATH 17 THUR - Met Lounge, PETERBOROUGH 18 FRI - O’Rileys, HULL w/Cult Fiction (Cult Tribute) 19 SAT - Trillians, NEWCASTLE w/Pearl Jam GB 20 SUN - Bannermans, EDINBURGH 22 TUE - The Waterloo, BLACKPOOL  24 THUR - Dark Horse, BIRMINGHAM 25 FRI - The Moon, CARDIFF 26 SAT - The Anvil, BOURNEMOUTH 27 SUN - The Lounge at Klub Kollis, LONDON

Nov 02, 2019 9:30 AM

Outdoor Learning Conference; Myth busting outdoors - a chance to reflect upon risk taking, challenge and adventure in early childhood.

Oct 19, 2019 2:45 PM

Bring a mat and burn some fat! Come and get fit in the beautiful surroundings of Mayow Park every Saturday & Sunday with a qualified fitness instructor & personal trainer in Mayow Park, Sydenham. The class lasts 45mins and will be great for you if you’re looking for a fun way to lose weight, tone up and increase strength, suitable for all fitness levels as you will be able to work at a pace you feel comfortable with.  Please bring: * An exercise mat  * Water bottle * Towel  * Trainers * Weather suitable clothing that you feel comfortable working out in  * Energy FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Minimum age to attend this class is 18 years old. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Sydenham & Lower Sydenham are the closest stations, approx. 20 mins from London Bridge. Free & pay and display parking available. What can I bring into the event? An exercise mat, water bottle, towel, trainers, weather suitable clothing that you feel comfortable working out in. How can I contact the organiser with any questions?  [email protected] What's the refund policy?  Full refund if the event is cancelled due to adverse weather or rescheduled and your are unable to attend. 24 hours notice required by the participant if they are unable to attend in order to receive a refund from the event organiser. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Email confirmation is fine.  

Sep 14, 2020 9:00 AM

Inspire Maths Professional Development Introduction to Inspire Maths Already using Inspire Maths? If you have new staff or staff looking for a refresher, then this one-day introduction is ideal for clarifying and consolidating the Inspire Maths approach. Session Aims The Singapore Approach: an introduction The learning theories underpinning Inspire Maths and how to apply them Fluency and mastery Bar modelling and problem solving Online support for teachers The Inspire Maths teaching sequence      Planning and next steps Who should attend? This workshop is for: new members of staff as an introduction; existing staff as a refresher; and Maths Leaders considering how the Singapore approach can support teaching to mastery. Registration Coffee and Registration from 8.45am. Start at 9.00am. Travel and Parking Please note there is no parking available at this venue.  Cancellation Policy Cancellation can be made up to four weeks before the event by contacting us directly at [email protected] For enquiries, email [email protected] For more  information about Inspire Maths, please visit www.oxfordprimary.co.uk/inspiremaths. Privacy Policy Our Privacy Policy sets out how Oxford University Press handles your personal information, and your rights to object to your personal information being used for marketing to you or being processed as part of our business activities: https://global.oup.com/privacy?cc=gb

Nov 03, 2019 12:00 PM

Due to the overwhelming success of the Blood on the Clocktower demonstration at Cakes and Ladders, the team is back to play again the new party game of social deduction and bluffing that has taken Kickstarter by storm! Blood on the Clocktower is an exciting new bluffing game enjoyed by 5 to 20 players on opposing teams of Good and Evil, overseen by a Storyteller player who conducts the action and makes crucial decisions. During a 'day' phase players socialise openly and whisper privately to gather information or spread lies, culminating in a player's execution if a majority suspects them of being Evil. Of a 'night' time, players close their eyes and are woken one at a time by the Storyteller to gather information, spread mischief, or kill. Players must use all their powers of deduction and deception to survive this game of murder and mystery. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Games will be run by a member of the Blood on the Clocktower team and are suitable for up to 20 players per two hour time slot. We will be releasing 15 tickets per two hour slot, with 5 tickets available for walk ins - we recommend booking your ticket ahead  to guarantee your place and avoid disappointment! You may be able to play several games during the event, depending how quickly you all kill each other! The cost of entry will be our usual £3 cover charge plus VAT and eventbrite fees (which will also cover you to play any other board games that day). Please be aware that the nature of the game itself has no strict time scale, but please arrive early to ensure your place! The team will endeavour to finish each round by the next time slot but there may be some waiting between time slots. The event will take place under a marquee outside - hopefully weather will be good but please bring clothes for being outdoors in case it is windy! Unique Features: - All players are in it for the entire game, staying on as influential ghosts even if their characters die! In Blood on the Clocktower, death is not the end. - If you arrive late to a game, you can enter after it's started as a powerful Traveller character with unusual talents. - Over 200 individual characters across seven planned editions, each with their own special ability. No two players in a game are ever the same character and no two games are ever alike! - Drunkenness, madness, and the odd poisoning are all rife in Ravenswood Bluff. These unique features mean you can never trust anyone completely, not even yourself. - The most dynamic moderator role of any bluffing game. The fabled Storyteller decides how to help, hinder, or mislead each team to craft a unique experience each time.

Oct 17, 2019 6:30 PM

Event Dates/Times: Thursday 17 October: 6.30pm-9.30pm Friday 18 October: 6.30pm-9.30pm Saturday 19 October:  10am -1pm -  Session 1  1pm -2pm - Lunch break  2pm - 5pm - Session 2  5pm-6pm - Tea break  6pm - 9pm - Session 3 Note: There is a free parking on site - Monday-Friday (5:30pm onwards), Saturday (free parking all day on the streets in designated / marked areas).                                            Conference Speakers                                                   SADHU SUNDAR SELVARAJ is a forerunner who has been privileged to be called to prepare the way for the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. At age 16 he experienced a dramatic and supernatural encounter with the Living Christ.  He has been preaching the Gospel and bringing the healing power of God to his generation since 1979 in over 50 nations. His television network, Angel TV, currently reaches out to approximately half the globe. Brother Sadhu has had numerous encounters with the Lord and has been specifically commissioned by the Lord Jesus Christ "to prepare the Bride" for His second coming. His life and ministry will provoke, encourage and teach you how to walk intimately with Christ. PASTOR ANDY TIPLADY is a prophetic end time minister of the Lord Jesus, carrying a message of preparation and a call to holiness. Born and bred in Africa, Andy was a competitive rugby player with no Christian upbringing. He came to Christ in his late twenties and his life changed overnight. He ministered in prisons, preaching the gospel and loved the word of God, but was only exposed to the supernatural tangible presence of God in 2003, when he and his wife Heidi had a lifechanging encounter on the Isle of Skye. Changed from the inside out, Andy is now passionate to see a body of believers grow in the character and likeness of Jesus, moving with the seven Spirits of God, where unprecedented signs and wonders follow. He motivates, inspires and challenges believers to go all out for God, and to prepare spiritually and practically for a mighty move of God amidst the increasing darkness of this world. Andy and Heidi pastor a church in Sheffield England, where Andy also teaches outdoor bushcraft and survival techniques to all ages.                                                      Worship Minister NATHANIEL BASSEY is an international worship leader, a colossal gospel singer, trumpeter, music minister and producer. He believes that music is primarily a fundamental tool in the praise and worship of God and an avenue by which God relates with His people. Nathaniel's distinctly prophetic sound on the trumpet resonates far and wide, stirring a revival and passion to holiness, godliness and heartfelt worship in the body of Christ. He expresses his deep love for God through his music and trumpet playing and features in concerts, crusades, church events and other kingdom gatherings and continues to lead many into the presence of the LORD.  He is also well known for his #HallelujahChallenge which not only attracted the attention of the local media but has also gone viral internationally. Also collaborating with Jesus Ministries are: Peculiar People Ministries and The Revelation of Hope

Feb 08, 2020 8:30 AM

 Workshop Descriptor: This workshop explores the role of the environment in young children’s learning. The learning environment is viewed as the values and ideas that shape the interactions and learning within schools. Spaces are part of the learning environment and reflect the community’s ideas about learning. Research informs us that young children primarily learn through their interactions with the social and physical worlds surrounding them. A learning environment that supports and extends young children’s curiosity, promotes learning in all developmental areas. Materials and spaces, both inside and outside need to be carefully considered and prepared to sustain children’s imagination and wonder and to support their ongoing investigations and learning. Participants will consider: Contemporary theories about young children’s development and play How to set up outdoor and indoor spaces that support inquiry How to select and present materials ‘children can act on’, supporting development of creative and critical thinking skills The role of dramatic play in young children’s learning: language development, social skills and symbolic competence How to plan and create engaging play spaces for and with children The role of the arts in early childhood spaces The role of observation and planning in adapting space and materials in response to children’s research  What to bring: A child’s portfolio Your school’s EY philosophy, if you have one Photos of your play spaces (both inside and outside) in your school Audience: Early childhood educators, coordinators and leaders Workshop Facilitator: Anne van Dam Education has been Anne’s passion for more than 25 years. She has worked in a variety of schools in the Netherlands, China, Singapore and Switzerland. Since 2000, Anne has taken on various positions in schools, combining teaching with leadership responsibilities. Anne has been an IB workshop leader since 2005, sharing her passion for young children and child initiated play with educators in PYP schools. In August 2011, Anne moved back to Europe and took on the responsibility of Assistant Principal at the International School of Zug and Luzern. At ISZL, she supported the development of a new vision for learning and teaching in the early years. This direction places a strong emphasis on relationships, play, spaces and documenting learning. Anne moved back to the Netherlands in 2015. This has given her the opportunity to work with the PYP development team at the IB regional office in The Hague. Anne has been working on the PYP review focusing on learner agency, the early years, inquiry and several aspects of ‘the learning community’. She still works for the IB as a workshop leader and collaborates with international schools as an independent educational consultant. In May 2019, Anne joined a local candidate PYP school in her hometown The Hague. She teaches 4 and 5 year olds and thoroughly enjoys being back in the classroom. Conference Schedule: Saturday 08 February 2020 0830-0900       Welcome 0900-1030       Session one 1030-1100       Break (snacks provided) 1100-1300       Session two 1300-1345       Lunch (lunch provided) 1345-1545       Session three Sunday 09 February 2020 0830-1030       Session one 1030-1100       Break (snacks provided) 1100-1230       Session two (conclusion of workshop) Certificates   All participants will receive a certificate of participation for the workshop. Costs: Workshop Registration Fee Early Bird Fee: €300.00 Registration fee after the 08 December 2019: €330.00 Registration fee after the 08 January 2020: €350.00 Closing Date for Registrations: February 1 2020 Request for alternative payments (electronic transfer) to the Eventbrite online registration payment system will occur additional €50.00 administration fee Late Payments: If payment is not made prior to the event, there will be an additional €95.00 penalty fee. Cancellation Policy: Please note that each workshop will proceed based on participant registration. Innovative Global Education will inform you by 08 January 2020 or earlier if the workshop is to be cancelled. If the workshop is cancelled your full payment will be reimbursed. Workshop Participation: If Innovative Global Education is informed by 08 January 2020 or before that a participant is unable to attend the workshop, a full refund will be given. If notification of not being able to participate is after 08 January 2020, IGE will be unable to refund the registration fee.  If, for any reason, a school needs to either transfer a registered participant to another workshop from the workshop registered or change the name of the participant attending a workshop, Innovative Global Education can make these changes on request. Important: Innovative Global Education must be informed by 08 January 2020 of these changes. There will be an administration fee of €45.00 charged for any changes made after 08 January 2020. Accommodation: Wheatsheaf Hotel, London Rd, Virginia Water GU25 4QF https://www.chefandbrewer.com/pubs/surrey/wheatsheaf-hotel/hotel/ Travelodge Egham, Church Rd, Egham TW20 9HZ https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/588/Egham-hotel Royal Berkshire Hotel, Ascot SL5 0PP https://www.exclusive.co.uk/royal-berkshire/ Getting There: All recommended hotels are within 3 to 7 minutes from ACS Egham International School.   Further information: Any queries regarding IGE event please contact: [email protected]

Oct 27, 2019 3:00 PM

Fall Outdoor Fashion Show to benefit the Family Resource Center of Northeast Georgia

Sep 08, 2020 6:00 PM

The principles of building physics and energy-efficient strategies When considering the principles of building physics and climate-responsive design, it is important to focus on how these may impact energy demand, carbon emissions, occupant comfort and well-being. This seminar will highlight important environmental design aspects, which are recommended to be considered during early design stages and will introduce tools which can assist during the design process.    In details, this seminar will look to enhance your knowledge in the following areas:    The energy balance principle and how different building fabric parameters and internal heat gains influence energy demand; including building form, glazing ratios, u-values, g-values and particularly infiltration and ventilation  Thermal comfort assessment methods for mechanically ventilated buildings and the application of adaptive comfort models for naturally ventilated spaces  Climate analysis to identify the effectiveness and potential of different passive design strategies such as thermal mass and natural ventilation  Overheating risk assessments in line with CIBSE TM52 and TM59 methodologies. This is a very important aspect, especially when considering higher summer temperatures and the increase in heat waves frequency  Different natural ventilation strategies, including single-sided, cross-ventilation and stack effect. Aspects related to mechanical ventilation  Visual comfort and daylighting principles including daylight factors, climate-based daylight modelling and circadian daylighting  Outdoor comfort assessments with reference to the Universal Thermal Climate Index and Lawson criteria  Wellbeing: the impact of temperature, humidity, daylighting and indoor air quality on wellbeing, highlighting target design criteria and best practice recommendations     Speaker: Herman Calleja, chapmanbdspHerman is an associate environmental consultant and head of R&D at chapmanbdsp, where he has collaborated with various design teams on residential and non-domestic schemes of different scales with regards to occupant comfort, façade design and low energy strategies. He completed, with distinction, the AA MArch SED programme in 2012, where he currently teaches. Herman has practiced as an architect, is RIBA chartered and a BREEAM accredited professional. He presented to CIBSE YEPG, at PLEA, NCEUB and other conferences. He was on the CIBSE Building Simulation Group 2018 prize winning team and was recently selected for an EU COST collaboration.  Core Curriculum Topics Sustainable architecture Design, construction and technology Business, clients and services Terms and Conditions (PAYG) Cancellations are acceptable in writing up to 10 working days of the event, please contact regional office for cancellation requests  Substitutes are permitted at any time*, please contact regional office for substitution requests  If the RIBA has to postpone or cancel the event the booker is entitled to a full refund of the ticket price only, no compensation will be given for travel costs   We may contact you regarding future CPD events  The RIBA accepts no responsibility for the views or opinions expressed by speakers or any other person at the event  A photographer will cover this event and the images may be used to publicise future RIBA events  By accepting an invitation or purchasing a ticket you consent to being photographed, filmed or recorded as a visitor attending the event.   On entry to the event you agree to accept and abide by any venue rules  The RIBA reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder  The details you provide will be processed in line with the RIBA's GDPR obligations. For information on how we handle your personal data please see our Privacy Policy on architecture.com  The personal data you provide is managed via Eventbrite in order to provide a better service. The RIBA staff process the data at all times   * Non-members cannot substitute for member and/or student tickets.   Sponsored by:

Feb 27, 2020 10:00 AM

The principles of building physics and energy-efficient strategies When considering the principles of building physics and climate-responsive design, it is important to focus on how these may impact energy demand, carbon emissions, occupant comfort and well-being. This seminar will highlight important environmental design aspects, which are recommended to be considered during early design stages and will introduce tools which can assist during the design process.    In details, this seminar will look to enhance your knowledge in the following areas:    The energy balance principle and how different building fabric parameters and internal heat gains influence energy demand; including building form, glazing ratios, u-values, g-values and particularly infiltration and ventilation  Thermal comfort assessment methods for mechanically ventilated buildings and the application of adaptive comfort models for naturally ventilated spaces  Climate analysis to identify the effectiveness and potential of different passive design strategies such as thermal mass and natural ventilation  Overheating risk assessments in line with CIBSE TM52 and TM59 methodologies. This is a very important aspect, especially when considering higher summer temperatures and the increase in heat waves frequency  Different natural ventilation strategies, including single-sided, cross-ventilation and stack effect. Aspects related to mechanical ventilation  Visual comfort and daylighting principles including daylight factors, climate-based daylight modelling and circadian daylighting  Outdoor comfort assessments with reference to the Universal Thermal Climate Index and Lawson criteria  Wellbeing: the impact of temperature, humidity, daylighting and indoor air quality on wellbeing, highlighting target design criteria and best practice recommendations    Speaker: Herman Calleja, chapmanbdsp Herman is an associate environmental consultant and head of R&D at chapmanbdsp, where he has collaborated with various design teams on residential and non-domestic schemes of different scales with regards to occupant comfort, façade design and low energy strategies. He completed, with distinction, the AA MArch SED programme in 2012, where he currently teaches. Herman has practiced as an architect, is RIBA chartered and a BREEAM accredited professional. He presented to CIBSE YEPG, at PLEA, NCEUB and other conferences. He was on the CIBSE Building Simulation Group 2018 prize winning team and was recently selected for an EU COST collaboration.  Core Curriculum Topics Sustainable architecture Design, construction and technology Business, clients and services Terms and Conditions (PAYG)  Cancellations are acceptable in writing up to 10 working days of the event, please contact regional office for cancellation requests Substitutes are permitted at any time*, please contact regional office for substitution requests If the RIBA has to postpone or cancel the event the booker is entitled to a full refund of the ticket price only, no compensation will be given for travel costs We may contact you regarding future CPD events The RIBA accepts no responsibility for the views or opinions expressed by speakers or any other person at the event A photographer will cover this event and the images may be used to publicise future RIBA events By accepting an invitation or purchasing a ticket you consent to being photographed, filmed or recorded as a visitor attending the event.  On entry to the event you agree to accept and abide by any venue rules The RIBA reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder The details you provide will be processed in line with the RIBA's GDPR obligations. For information on how we handle your personal data please see our Privacy Policy. on architecture.com The personal data you provide is managed via Eventbrite in order to provide a better service. The RIBA staff process the data at all times * Non-members cannot substitute for a member and/or student ticket. Sponsored by:  

Nov 03, 2019 4:30 PM

You can share this page's link: ● EventBrite.co.uk/e/57986388850 16:30 PM MASS Every 1st Sunday in every month. Organised by Diocesan Deaf Service For further details, contact Shell Roca or Sarah Metcalfe on 020 8202 3611 (voice phone), 020 87328340 (text phone), or e mail [email protected] Location: Cathedral Hall, Ambrosden Avenue ● WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/find_us.php Station: Victoria ● WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/parish_groups.php ● 3 Nov (Bible Verses Yr C - 31st - Sunday): LiturgyOffice.org.uk/Calendar/Sunday/OT5Sunday.shtml#OT31 ● 3 Nov: Universalis.com/20191103/mass.htm ● 3 Nov (Alternative Bible Translation): CatholicNewsAgency.com/calendarday.php?date=2019-11-03 ● Words said in Mass: Universalis.com/static/mass/orderofmass.htm YOU CAN TELL PEOPLE YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS GROUP, IF YOU LIKE! FEEL FREE TO COPY ANY TEXT TO ORGANISE YOUR OWN CATHOLIC GROUPS Catholic Deaf Association of Great Britain & Ireland: ● CDA-UK.com DID YOU KNOW? If you aren't a Catholic Christian, you are always welcome to enter your local Catholic parish church and complete their RCIA course! (Your address must be inside the boundaries of that parish) For STUDENTS visit: ● SLUCatholicChaplaincy.org.uk/schedule ● UniversityCatholic.net ● CatholicsAtUniversity.org.uk ● RCDOW.org.uk/vocations/events/ ● Facebook.com/southlondonuniversitiescatholicchaplaincies/ ● CatholicsAtUniversity.org.uk/universities-l-to-m/london-south/ OTHER CATHOLIC EVENTS: ● StGeorgesCathedral.org.uk/news/events.html ● RCDOW.org.uk/events/ ● WestminsterCathedral.org.uk/events.php ● StGeorgesCathedral.org.uk/news/index.html ● WeekDayMasses.org.uk/en/day/Weekday/area_tree/gb/ For Catholic Christians under 35 & students visit: ● Facebook.com/groups/169427096454876 ● DOWYM.com/voices/10-awesome-things-young-catholic-westminster/ ● Turn up to (Posted: 18 Jan 2019): 'Prayer & Pub' Evening ● Turn up to (Posted: 14 Sep 2018): Young Adults Group ● Facebook.com/groups/4268113687 DATING BEFORE COURTSHIP, AND GUIDANCE: ● CatholicNewsAgency.com/column/the-difference-between-courtship-and-dating-1276 ● HeroicVirtueCreations.com/2017/01/28/principles-catholic-courtship/ ● CatholicCollarAndTie.Blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/catholic-dating-12-safety-rules_10.html FASTING: ● Matthew 6:17: But thou, when thou fastest anoint thy head, and wash thy face;