Welfare Services

Welfare Services

Our welfare services have been developed to support pupils, who may have additional emotional needs, to achieve their best in their school or Academy.

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What are Welfare Services?

We aim to support schools, academies as well as pupils, to improve attendance and introduce strategies. Interventions will be put in place to tackle challenging behaviour which is affecting a young persons ability to attend and perform well in there school or academy.

In school, we now spend a lot less time sorting out issues between the children, they can discuss things sensibly themselves because they've got that emotional literacy to be able to do it. This allows my teachers to teach.

Richard Jackson, Headteacher
Hillview Primary School

Keeping Children Safe in Education Update (KCSIE)

Safeguarding is a priority for us all. Speaking to schools everyday, we understand that schools and academies have a number of concerns. Our video will outline the latest changes to KCSIE 2019.

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Pupil Attendance

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Emotional Trauma

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Training courses

Training courses & Conferences

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OneWellbeing Webinar Series - Autumn Term

This series of 5 webinars will guide leaders to develop, implement and assess their whole school wellbeing strategy. Offering practical advice and techniques to help you balance the needs of your staff and students.


Literacy Conference 2020 - Virtual Conference

The fifth annual One Education Literacy Conference is sure to be a great day! The theme for #LitConf20 is ‘Literacy for All’.

Training Course

Designated Safeguarding Lead Virtual Training - 02 November 2020

This live, virtual designated safeguarding lead training will take an in-depth look at key legislation and government guidance which provides the framework for safeguarding within our schools. The session will provide opportunities to analyse serious case reviews and will encourage professional discussions, allowing schools leaders and DSLs to review their practice within Ofsted and government guidance.

Professional Qualification

Management of Risk (M_o_R) Foundation & Practitioner 2nd - 6th November 2020

This five-day course is classroom-based and will give you a thorough understanding of the management of risk; theory and practice. The course includes the foundation examination on day three and concludes with the practitioner examinations on day five

Training Course

SIMS 7 Staff Absence Cover - 03 November 2020

Staff Absence cover deals with the day to day covering of classes. This could be with your own staff or supply. This course shows how best to manage these and also best practice.

Training Course

FMS6 Advanced User Training - 5 November 2020

Staying on top of your finances can be a complex task for busy schools. With One Education FMS6 advanced user training you can get to grips with your day to day financial management.

Training Course

SIMS Extended Reporting with Excel Analysis - 10 November & 11 November 2020

This course explores using SIMS reports to extract data and Excel to automatically analyse this data. It will cover the creation of reports in SIMS and explore some of Excel’s capabilities for data analysis including formulas, conditional formatting, macros and pivot tables.

Training Course

Y2 Literacy Network Meeting - 11 November 2020

The Y2 Literacy Network Meeting gives Y2 teachers the opportunity to gain valuable insights from experienced school leaders, moderators and DfE curriculum advisors. The network will take place once a term and will ensure teachers are up to date with current DfE recommendations whilst gaining knowledge and skills on invaluable, practical ideas to adapt within the classroom.

Latest Blogs

Our team of Education Professionals regularly author articles and news items. Use the link below to view these in our One Editorial Blog.


Domestic Violence and Lockdown

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Mental Health Day 2020

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Educational Psychology

Talking to children about domestic abuse

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