• SMART Technology in Schools - Exemplary Event

  • Early Years Conference 2019 - ‘Inspiring Children to Learn’

  • Wakefield School Leaders' Conference 2019 - 28/29 March 2019

  • White Rose Maths - Training Sessions

  • UPDATED - Wakefield CPD Programme 2018-19

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Assessment and Moderation
Assessment and Moderation
Wakefield Local Authority has responsibility for all statutory assessment duties regarding KS1 & 2 assessment and moderation which are delivered by the Assessment team within School Strategy and Performance.

These duties include:
  • Monitoring visits to schools (Y1 & 2 Phonics Screening Check and KS2 SATs).
  • Moderation of end of Key Stage 1 & 2 assessments.
  • Offering Statutory Assessment Training at KS1 & 2 (including the Phonics Screening Check) to all maintained schools and academies.
  • Offering on-going support and advice on all aspects of Key Stage 1 & 2 assessment and moderation arrangements (including the Phonics Screening Check) to all maintained schools and academies.
  • Informing the STA of any irregularities in assessment and moderation arrangements.
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Training & Events

13
13 Dec
Designated Safeguarding Lead Full Day Initial Training
It aims to: - Clarify the role of the DSL - Identify lessons for schools from Serious Case Reviews and current issues in safeguarding - Explain legislation, guidance and inspection criteria relating to education and safeguarding - Recall blocks to pupils and staff disclosing/reporting and consider how to overcome these. - Recognise the current Wakefield referral pathway - Determine what steps are to be taken to safeguard, in line with policy and procedures and recognize how values affect decision making - Explain issues around recording and in information sharing - State further role of DSL following referral - Demonstrate an awareness of the emotional aspect of safeguarding work and identify a network of support and further information.
13
13 Dec
First Aid At Work Level 3 (Qualsafe)
This three day course will teach candidates how to manage a range of injuries and illnesses that could occur at work and includes the following topics; The roles and responsibilities of an emergency first aider Assessing an incident Managing an unresponsive casualty CPR and defibrillation Recovery Position Heart Attack Stroke Choking Epilepsy Asthma Diabetes Anaphylaxis Shock Head and spinal injuries Chest injuries Wounds and bleeding Fractures Poisoning Minor injuries such as cuts, grazes and bruises and minor burns and scalds Due to the practical nature of the course it is recommended that you wear trousers on the day. It is also important that you let us know if you are not able to get onto the floor in order to complete the practical parts of the course.
14
14 Dec
Moving and Handling Refresher
Learning Outcomes: • Increased understanding about current legislation for moving and handling • Increased knowledge about the spine and techniques to protect backs when moving and handling • Apply knowledge to complete a generic moving and handling risk assessment • Apply various techniques to safely move people with and without the use of handling aids. The practical session will take the format of the attendee being observed moving and handling a person in a number of different scenarios.
17
17 Dec
Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3 (Qualsafe)
This course covers the following; The roles and responsibilities of an emergency first aider Assessing an incident Managing an unresponsive casualty CPR Recovery Position Choking Seizures Shock Wounds and bleeding Minor injuries such as cuts, grazes and bruises and minor burns and scalds Due to the practical nature of the course it is recommended that you wear trousers on the day. It is also important that you let us know if you are not able to get onto the floor in order to complete the practical parts of the course.
05
05 Jan
Paediatric First Aid Level 3 Award (RQF) (Qualsafe)
The QA Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF) qualification is ideal for those who work or intend to work in a childcare setting as it is been specifically designed to fulfil Ofsted’s first aid requirements for early years teachers, nursery workers and childminders. What's covered: -The roles and responsibilities of a paediatric first aider -Assessing an emergency situation -Dealing with an unresponsive infant or child -Recovery Position -CPR and AED -Choking -Head and Spinal Injuries -Fractures -Anaphylaxis and allergic reactions -Meningitis -Asthma -Febrile Convulsions -Seizures -Diabetic emergencies -Poisoning -Burns and scalds -Electric shock -External bleeding -Hypovolaemic shock -Eye, ear and nose conditions -Bites and stings -Minor injuries -Treatment for hot and cold body temperatures