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Code: EY706 Teaching and moderating writing in a Reception class.AM

To support Reception teachers to teach writing and make accurate and consistent assessments of children's writing Target group: all Early Years teachers and Literacy leads in schools. Cost:Free

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1 09 October 2019 09:30 - 12:00 Jean Paul II Centre Map
Places remaining: 13

Code: EY707 Teaching and moderating writing in a Reception class.PM

To support Reception teachers to teach writing and make accurate and consistent assessments of children's writing Target group: all Early Years teachers and Literacy leads in schools. Cost:Free

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1 09 October 2019 13:00 - 15:30 Jean Paul II Centre Map
Places remaining: 13

Code: OPL/19/154 The Complaints Process- the governors’ role

All schools must have procedures for dealing with complaints and these should be published on the school’s website. Complaints can engender emotion and stress which may lead to confusion over roles, timings, stages and practicalities. As complaints must be handled in line with your procedures, it is essential that these are up to date, fit for purpose and understood by both governors and senior leaders. The Department for Education has recently produced new guidance and model policies around this important area and these are used to inform this training. By considering how complaints should be handled before you receive one, you will be better equipped to confirm your policy is fit for purpose; have confidence that you are using the correct policy at the correct stage; ensure you are best equipped to resolve complaints as quickly as possible and know that you are meeting your statutory responsibilities without distracting the school from its core work of improving outcomes for all pupils. This training is free to governors whose school subscribe to Governor Training, otherwise the cost is £550 per governor.

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1 09 October 2019 19:00 - 21:00 Aureus School Map
Places remaining: 10