The One Education Literacy Conference 2017 will be a day not to be missed! Featuring Keynote speakers Mat Tobin, Neil Griffiths and James Clements, as well as a multitude of inspiring workshops to choose from.
Specialist education services, supporting education professionals with our unique breadth of expertise. Measurable pupil intervention and outstanding leadership support.
Our team of specialists deliver a variety of events that can ensure that your school remains up to date and prepared for changes within the education sector.
Some key examples of how the work we do directly impacts upon childrens' progress and outcomes both in and out of school.
Join us at Old Trafford for a day of key information and best practice, surrounding your school’s use of CAPITA SIMS. SIMS is central to school’s operations, but is often not used to its full potential. Expect a day packed full of actionable tips and new ideas to ensure that you are making the most of your SIMS system.
Our Safeguarding Children Conference brings together national leaders and experts in safeguarding and child protection. Through attending workshops and hearing from highly regarded keynote speakers, delegates will explore key safeguarding issues for schools and academies.
I don’t remember learning to read, but I do remember where I read: curled up on the top of the bunk bed that I shared with my little sister; wedged between the large dining room table and the radiator; lying on my front on the lounge floor with the fire blazing...
In June 2016 (when this article was first written) several school leaders, experienced and new, commented to let us know how useful they'd found this article in preparing for the year ahead. In light of this, I decided this week to update it.
"Working with schools to support the education of children is our privilege."
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.