Forthcoming Teaching and Lecture Events


17th May 2015                One day course in the use of  “Assessing Neuromotor Immaturity.  The INPP Screening Test and School Intervention Programme at the invitation of Therapeutic Services, New York. USA.

6th June 2015                 ISISA Conference, Tralee, Ireland.  “Parenting our Children”.

19th June 2015.               One day course in the use of  “Assessing Neuromotor Immaturity.  The INPP Screening Test and School Intervention Programme. Chester.    All enquiries to book places to: mail@inpp.org.uk

22nd – 24th June 2015  Module 4 of INPP training course for practitionerser

18th September 2015    ISKA Conference, Limerick, Ireland

25th September 2015    One day course in Screening for Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults, for clinicians and health practitionersAll enquiries to: mail@inpp.org.uk

7th October 2015           Child Development in Education.  Integrating Neuroscience with Education in Policy and Practice Conference.  Royal Society of Arts, London.  All enquiries to: mail@inpp.org.uk

21st October 2015          Early Years Education Lecture.  Oxford.

November 3rd to 6th    Module 1 of INPP course for practitioners.  All enquiries to: mail@inpp.org.uk

13th November 2015    National Inclusion Conference.  Northampton.

27th and 28th November INPP Practitioners Supervision Days.  Chester

2016

January 12th to 15th    Module 1 of INPP training course for practitioners. All enquiries to: mail@inpp.org.uk

April 9th and 10th        INPP International Conference. Verona, Italy.

April 19th to 22nd 2016  Module 2 of INPP training course for practitioners.

Published: 28th April 2015
Category: Sally Goddard Blythe

Child Development in Education. Integrating Neuroscience with Education Conference. 7th October 2015


Child Development in Education.  Integrating Neuroscience with Education Conference

7th October 2015

The Royal Society of Arts, John Adam Street, London

“Early Bird” registration rate ends on the 30th April 2015.

The conference brings together world renowned speakers in the area of child development and education and will provide a forum for exchange of information between the different professional disciplines of Medicine, Education, and Psychology with a view to translating evidence obtained from pilot projects and research carried out in schools  into educational policy and practice and improved inter-disciplinary cooperation in the future.

Speakers include:

Charles Njiokiktjien MD, PhD on the neural substrates for emotional and social development.

Sally Goddard Blythe MSc.  on how physical development lays the foundations for learning success.

Sir Christopher Ball on the importance of social engagement for children’s development

Timothy Loughton MP on attachment

Teachers from schools in the London and the Midlands on the relationship between neuromotor immaturity (NMI) and educational performance as measured by national curriculum results and teacher reports on the efficacy of the INPP developmental movement programme in schools.

Further information at www.inpp.org.uk/conference

Published: 28th April 2015
Category: Sally Goddard Blythe

Testing times for primary school pupils and Labour’s education policies | Letters | Education | The Guardian


“Open letter re cognitive testing of primary school children. Please note that I do not use the title “Dr”  as printed in The Guardian today”.

http://www.theguardian.com/education/2015/mar/31/testing-times-for-primary-school-pupils-and-labour-education-policies

Published: 1st April 2015
Category: Sally Goddard Blythe