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Sep 26 2016

Music coordinators' network meeting

An opportunity to meet up with other music coordinators and heads of music, discuss ideas and share good practice.

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Sep 27 2016

School Finance 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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Sep 28 2016

Single central record management

This breakfast meeting considers the arrangements in the context of regulations, guidance and best practice, including what Ofsted reviews in order to avoid errors which can affect final judgements.

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Sep 28 2016

Chair's network and development meeting

The Chair’s network meetings are termly and is an opportunity to catch up on current developments and allow Chairs of Governors to meet, network and raise their own issues.

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Academy Chains Unlocked

By Rob Merino on

The Reform think tank have published the Academy Chains Unlocked report which presents results from the first survey of academy chain chief executives...

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Failing Phonics Screening

By Laura Lodge on

Last week saw Dr Jonathan Solity present a research paper entitled ‘Is the Phonics Screening Check a major cause of pupils’ difficulties in learning to read?’ at the British Educational Research Association’s annual conference. The research calls into question the very basis of the test taken by thousands of children every year.

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Electronic Music In School

By Lindsay Thomas on

Does your school use music technology to enhance the teaching of music? One Education Music have been supporting this aspect of music education by working with an electronic music specialist and international artist Caro C and the local music education hub MyHub to offer innovative five-week Music Technology projects to primary schools.

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Why do boys fall behind in EYFS?

By Helen Marriott on

I often hear the statements ‘he is an August born boy,’ or ‘they are typical boys’ being used to explain the lower attainment of boys at the end of EYFS, especially in terms of Literacy (writing and reading) and to a lesser extent Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED).

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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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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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