• SWEET 2019 (South West Exhibition of Educational Technology)

  • DofE Residential 2019 - 28th May - 1st June 2019

  • Various Roles within Support Services for Education

  • Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management

  • Introduction to Mindful Emotional Coaching - Click Here

  • Premises Management

  • Autism Education Trust: Early Years Good Autism Practice

  • SCIL moving to Dillington House

  • Working with Children and Young People who require Personal and Intimate Care

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Education Safeguarding Service (formerly Education Welfare Service)
Fulfilling statutory responsibility by ensuring parents and carers have their child attend school.
The aim of the Education Safeguarding Service is to ensure every child of statutory school age receives their full educational entitlement in terms of attendance to ensure they are safe and to enable them to achieve to their full potential.

Please note that a Core Service is provided to Somerset and North Somerset Maintained schools and academies at no charge. For more information, please login and see the document entitled Core Service Entitlement, which you can find in the downloads section on the right-hand side of this page.

To browse all upcoming training and events, please click on the ‘Training’ tab at the top of the page
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Training & Events

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26 Apr
Clerks Briefing - Sedgemoor
Clerks Briefing sessions are facilitated each term to ensure clerks are informed of relevant changes in national legislation and local updates. The sessions also afford clerks the opportunity to network with colleagues in their area and share best practice.
27
27 Apr
New Governors - Maintained Schools
The Induction session aims to develop your confidence and understanding of: - The key roles and responsibilities - Good practice - How to get to know your school - Managing the workload
27
27 Apr
New Governors - Maintained Schools - North Somerset
The Induction session aims to develop your confidence and understanding. It will enable you to: - gain a brief overview of school governance - understand the '3 core strategic roles' of governance and the 6 key features of effective governance - have discussions with others from different schools - identify actions you will take as a result of this session.
27
27 Apr
Introduction to Child Protection
The aims of this course are: - To provide an introductory level of knowledge and understanding about child abuse - To provide a local and national perspective, and to know what to do if you suspect that a child is being abused. By the end of the course participants will: - Understand the different types of child abuse and the ways that they can affect children - Have a basic understanding of the way that key agencies work to protect children - Have a clear understanding of the Somerset child protection procedures - Have an opportunity to develop better inter-agency working partnerships and consider the unique responsibility that each has in the protection of children - Have an understanding of their own professional responsibility in relation to child protection.
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29 Apr
Clerks Briefing - South Somerset
Clerks Briefing sessions are facilitated each term to ensure clerks are informed of relevant changes in national legislation and local updates. The sessions also afford clerks the opportunity to network with colleagues in their area and share best practice.
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