This Seminar is designed to demonstrate how to run a School Workforce Census in SIMS. It will provide details of this year’s specification changes and data requirements in order to fulfil the DfE requirement for this Statutory Return.
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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.
One Editorial Blog
Routledge published a book and feature a chapter written by One Education’s Emotional and Trauma Support team.
Our innovative work with young people in the Youth Justice Service led to an invitation to contribute a chapter on our practice, in an interdisciplinary book on education, health and youth justice.
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.
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?
KIERAN MCDERMOTTChief Executive, One Education
"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.