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May 16 2017

Chairs Network Meeting

As part of the One Governor service we hold FREE termly networking meetings for Chairs of Governors and committee chairs. These events highlight current developments and allow Chairs to meet, network and raise their own issues.

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Apr 24 2017

SIMS End of key stage assessment seminar

An update seminar to brief you on the changes to the procedures and requirements of the statutory assessment process in 2017.

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Apr 25 2017

SIMS End of Key Stage Assessment training

Hands-on training session on using SIMS to complete the statutory assessment process in 2017.

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School Inspection Update

By Laura Lodge on

This week, Ofsted published their latest school inspection update. Alongside welcoming the new HMCI, Amanda Spielman, and her vision for Ofsted as “a force for improvement”; the update also provides inspectors with key information which will impact upcoming inspections.

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Attendance Statistical Release

By Hayley Smith on

On 23 March 2017, the Department for Education published their statistical first release of pupil absence in schools in England 2015/2016. The report highlights that overall absence, across state-funded primary schools, secondary and special schools, has remained the same at 4.6% and has stayed at this level since 2013/14.

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Choices Careers Exhibition

By Leanne Kirk on

One Education Careers were incredibly proud to be invited along to this year’sChoices exhibition, which took place at Manchester’s Event City on 29-30 March. With iPads in hand, we managed to speak to a huge number of young people, helping them to make sense of their options and the vast array of information on offer.

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Dyslexia Action Administration

By Jo Gray on

On 13 April, Dyslexia Action announced it had gone into administration after 40 years of providing support to many children and adults with dyslexia.

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Snap Election & Education

By Jane Sowerby on

In retrospect, it seems that both Justine Greening and Nick Gibb were gearing up for the election treadmill leading up to Easter. The Secretary of State spoke at length at the end of March about social mobility being the driving focus for the DfE...

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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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Trinity CE High School

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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