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Sep 26 2018

Safer Recruitment

The course considers policies and practices that minimise opportunities for abuse and ensure prompt referral, supporting schools to develop and maintain a safer recruitment ethos.

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Sep 26 2018

SIMS School Census - Hands on training - Primary

A 3-hour training course for primary school administrators who are responsible for preparing the statutory census return.

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Sep 26 2018

School Finance Autumn Event

This termly briefing provides the latest updates from the School Finance Team, as well as appropriate presentations from the Local Authority and our other services to help support you in your role.

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Pressure to get it right!

By Jo Gray on

In school, the term is busy, exciting and filled with new beginnings for children and staff alike.

There seems to be a growing pressure on teachers in the end of each Key Stage to ensure that children do well in the current assessment system.

Trying to keep hold of our core beliefs can be difficult at times but by ensuring we revisit our vision and our purpose, we can help ourselves to focus on what really matters.

Look at this review on a belief on assessment for learning, an area that many practitioners are discussing at the moment.

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Visual Stress

By Paul Gee on

Irlen’s syndrome, also known simply as ‘visual stress’, refers to a difficulty with visual processing which some readers appear to experience when confronted with black-on-white text.

But what is the solution? ...Do coloured overlays really help children with reading difficulties?

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Pupil Attendance in September

By Education Welfare and Safeguarding Team on

The start of the new academic year can be an exciting time for pupils and school staff; with a summer's worth of adventures to talk about and a year’s worth of learning to begin.

For pupils with historic poor attendance, the first days back in September will be very important. How can you hit those important attendance targets?

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8 Top Tips for Safeguarding

By Education Welfare and Safeguarding Team on

The new school year is a fresh start with new beginnings, remember that your vulnerable children and young people are now returning to a safe space. A place of support, care, empathy and sympathy – a place where YOU are there to help and support!

Does your school have a robust, relevant and useful safeguarding policy and are procedures in place?

Read our top tips for safeguarding.

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Case Studies



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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