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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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Safeguarding

FGM CASES IN ENGLAND

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New data taken between April 2015 and March 2016 revealed 43 newly recorded cases of female genital mutilation involving women and girls born in the United Kingdom. Alarmingly 18 of these were reported to have been undertaken in the UK.

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School Improvement

RAISEonline

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In case you missed it last weekend, Ofsted have released RAISEonline news giving some indication about what the 2016 RAISE will look like, although more detail will be issued in September. There will be no historical data for KS1, KS2 or KS4 as the data are not comparable with previous years.

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Music

Play and Sing with the Halle event - June 2016

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The Halle Orchestra presented a wonderful American-themed programme alongside children from schools in Manchester, Cheshire and Derbyshire at the Bridgewater Hall. The Halle's French horn player, Tom Redmond, rallied the children with his energy and explanations of the orchestra and the pieces that they would be hearing.

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Safeguarding

Stay safe over the summer

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The summer is a wonderful time for children and young people to take a well-earned break from their hard work throughout the year. However, we need to ensure pupils know how to keep themselves safe at home.

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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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