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Nov 14 2017

Literacy network meeting (all 3 sessions)

The Literacy Lead network meetings take place once a term. A network event can be attended as a single event but attending the three meetings throughout the year will allow for Literacy Leaders to build upon their Leadership skills whilst gaining invaluable, practical ideas to adapt within the classroom.

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Mar 20 2018

Professional Standards for School Business Managers & TAs

This breakfast briefing will provide Headteachers and Senior Leaders with a practical overview and summary of the TA and SBM standards.

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Mar 21 2018

Y2 Writing Moderation

The course will provide colleagues with the end of Key Stage 1 statutory assessment arrangements in the new National Curriculum for Writing; it will give colleagues the opportunity to moderate writing across local schools, which will help aid in developing consistency within assessment.

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Educational Psychology

Identifying Eating Disorders Early

By Rathika Marsh on

While recent figures suggest that less young people are hospitalised due to eating disorders, many are still battling with these complex conditions and young men are more likely to remain under-diagnosed.

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Teaching children about love

By Jo Gray on

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, now is an opportune time to reflect upon the importance of children’s literature in helping children to make sense of abstract concepts, such as the feeling of love: love for their families; love for themselves; love for their friends; and love for their world.

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How music brings us closer

By Jo Buckler on

On the run up to Valentine’s Day and on the big-hearted day itself, no doubt you will hear a plethora of “love songs” on the radio, television, in restaurants and in shops. And no matter your plans, there’s no denying that music and romance go hand in hand.

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Safer Internet Day 2018

By Alyson Knowles on

The UK Safer Internet day on 6th February, raises awareness of the online dangers and how to support young people. The use of technology, the internet, and social media, is central to all of our lives, whether we like to admit it or not.

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The headteacher of a primary school had tried everything to support a pupil we’ll call Sam, but he was now on the verge of permanent exclusion. Isolated at home and school, he had made no educational progress for a year.

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Penalty notices

Trinity CE High School in Manchester identified that they needed to introduce penalty notices for attendance to ensure that their practice included all the measures available to them to support and encourage pupils to be in school and to enable them to use legislation where appropriate.

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