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27
27 Jan
EYFS Moderation Training for Teachers EXPERIENCED in the EYFS & EYFS Profile
Please note that ALL practitioners must have attended the NEW to EYFS/EYFSP course prior to attending an experienced training session. This one day course will support practitioners: • To know the yearly updates from the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) • To know the moderation dates for 2019 to 2020 such as, EYFSP cluster meetings • To develop further expertise in elements of: The Prime Area: Communication and Language The Specific Area: Mathematics • To have the opportunity to network with other practitioners in the ‘same boat’ This training is highly recommended so that EYFS practitioners are fully informed of the statutory requirements for the EYFS Profile in 2019 to 2020.
27
27 Jan
DSL Briefings
It is preferable that setting's D/DSL’s attend all three sessions offered over the academic year, or send someone with safeguarding knowledge from their setting. You do not need to attend the briefing nearest to you if you live/travel elsewhere that’s more convenient. It is our aim in the briefings to have safeguarding updates, and Ofsted news linked to safeguarding and information on contextual safeguarding (local and outside of school risks). This is because this is a vital part of Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019. We will also have speakers from other agencies such as police, csc etc. There will also be a Q and A slot for you to raise any issues.
28
28 Jan
New Clerks Induction Training
The session covers all generic aspects of clerking across all phases and types of school such as: Annual cycle of meetings and planning the year Agendas Minutes Terms of Reference for committees In the afternoon, the session will cover specific areas specific to clerking at a maintained school or academy - such as appointment of governors/trustees, Instrument of Government and Articles of Association.
28
28 Jan
DSL Briefings
It is preferable that setting's D/DSL’s attend all three sessions offered over the academic year, or send someone with safeguarding knowledge from their setting. You do not need to attend the briefing nearest to you if you live/travel elsewhere that’s more convenient. It is our aim in the briefings to have safeguarding updates, and Ofsted news linked to safeguarding and information on contextual safeguarding (local and outside of school risks). This is because this is a vital part of Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019. We will also have speakers from other agencies such as police, csc etc. There will also be a Q and A slot for you to raise any issues.
28
28 Jan
Safeguarding for Governors/Trustees - Somerset
The session will cover: - Definitions of abuse and how to recognise the signs of radicalisation, female genital mutilation and child sexual exploitation - When to report concerns and when to pass on - Basic roles and responsibilities of the board in regards to safeguarding children - How to respond to allegations made against staff and volunteers
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