• Curriculum Planning - Where to Start

  • Early Help Champions Network

  • Safeguarding Audit

  • Developing the role of the English Subject Leader

  • Annual HR Event

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Emergency Planning and Business Continuity
When a disaster happens, you will need to keep pupils and staff safe, as well as maintain your activities within your school. Our Emergency and Business Continuity advice can help you to plan to protect your school against the consequences of flooding, bad weather, fire, power cuts and other disruptions to your day to day activities. Completion of a Business Continuity Plan, by schools, is now a requirement of the School Financial Value Standard and/or the Academies Financial Handbook.
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Training & Events

17
17 Jun
First Aid At Work Level 3 (Qualsafe) (3 days)
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.
17
17 Jun
Handling Complaints
By the end of this event participants will: - Understand the school complaints procedure. - Be able to take ownership of their individual schools complaints procedure. - Understand the importance of thorough investigations and responses.
18
18 Jun
First Aid At Work Level 3 (Qualsafe) (3 days)
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.
18
18 Jun
Safeguarding for Governors
- Define safeguarding in a school context - Recognise safeguarding legislation, guidance and inspection criteria for schools - Consider vulnerable groups, current issues - Reflect on barriers for staff and lessons learnt for schools in national Serious Case Reviews - Consider how to 'temperature check' your school in regards of their safeguarding responsibilities.
19
19 Jun
Autism in Primary Provision
Learning Outcomes: • Increase understanding of good autism practice in primary schools. • Identify the needs of the individual pupil with ASD or Social Communication and Interaction Difficulties. • Explore strategies, ideas and resources to support building relationships. • Explore strategies, ideas and resources to adapt the learning environment • Utilise a range of methods to differentiate support to meet the individual child’s needs to maximise learning. • Measure the impact of the strategies being used.