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Sep 7 2016

SIMS New User Training

A whole-day training course for new users of SIMS based in primary schools.

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Sep 13 2016

SIMS Profiles - Secondary

A whole-day training course for staff with responsibility for reporting to parents who have a basic knowledge of SIMS.

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Sep 14 2016

SIMS School Census New User - Primary

A 3-hour training course for primary school administrators new to SIMS

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Sep 15 2016

SIMS School Census Seminar

An update seminar to brief you on the proposed changes to the statutory School Census returns in 2016/17 and the preparation required to complete the School Census.

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School Improvement

2016 Primary Standards

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This article summarises the latest situation regarding how the performance data will be used in primary accountability measures.

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School Improvement

2016 Primary SOI

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On 4 August the DfE published their Statement of Intent for the content of the school and college performance tables in 2016. This article summarises the main changes from 2015 to what will be published for primary schools, and when.

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School Improvement

The Question of Leadership in Schools

By Kieran McDermott on

The hero leader (super head) model, beloved of politicians and so long advocated, accurately reflects the career experience of a cadre of highly confident, strongly assertive individuals; but what works for a few doesn’t necessarily scale up across a whole system.

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Governors

Why Become a School Governor?

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A colleague once asked me why anyone would consider becoming a school governor. It is unpaid voluntary work, dealing with complex situations, with lots of evening meetings, increasing expectations, and for what?

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Featured Case Studies

PHIL PRINCE

Careers lead, Parrs Wood High School

Attending each one of the networking meetings has been invaluable, the guest speakers have been informative and the opportunity to talk to other CEIAG staff and support each other is so important.

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Therapeutic Interventions

Sam's Journey

The headteacher of Crowcroft Primary 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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Attendance

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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