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Code: OPL/21/111 Induction B

This course is essential for all new governors and is also a great refresher course for those who have been involved in governance for longer. To complete the training, Induction A and Induction B must be completed. Among other things, this course will look at: • The purpose of governance • The board’s roles and responsibilities • Holding the school to account The organisation of the board It will also provide the background information around supporting your Headteacher with personnel matters, such as managing staff performance, and it will consider the expectations of governors around employment hearings. You will have the opportunity to ask questions around managing other HR issues that may arise. This course is relevant for all maintained boards although all schools are very welcome. We would strongly recommend that the Chair and/or the Vice-Chair from each school attends this session. This training is free to governors whose school subscribe to Governor Training, otherwise the cost is £150 per governor. Please be aware that Governor training is moving over to GovernorHub so please do familiarise yourself with the new system.

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1 06 December 2021 19:00 - 20:30 Remote Learning Map
Places remaining: 98

Code: EY1140 An introduction to WellComm

To introduce practitioners to the WellComm Toolkit Cost:Free Target Group: Early Years practitioners that have access to a WellComm pack and work with children aged up to 6 years

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1 07 December 2021 15:30 - 16:30 Live online training Map
Places remaining: 97

Code: EY1038 Getting to know the revised EYFS: Implications for writing, key messages, and practical application in the reception classroom (EVENT FULL)

To explore key aspects of the new EYFS framework, whilst considering effective provision and practice in writing in the reception classroom Target group: Schools Cost; Out of County £50; Schools £25 Please see the cancellation policy

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1 07 December 2021 15:30 - 17:00 Live online training Map
Places remaining: 0

Code: EY1141 An introduction to WellComm

To introduce practitioners to the WellComm Toolkit Cost:Free Target Group: Early Years practitioners that have access to a WellComm pack and work with children aged up to 6 years

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1 08 December 2021 12:00 - 13:00 Live online training Map
Places remaining: 100

Code: LAC/21/019 Session 6: Leaving Care – Why young people disappear

Delivered by Luke Rogers - BEM Director of Strategy, The Care Leaders. This session shows you how young people can transition from care into independent and meaningful lives. Leaving care is a cliff age. When young people reach a certain age or status, overnight their support can disappear, leaving them to navigate complex and tricky systems to gain support and access to crucial services, such as education and housing. All children are classed as ‘adults’ and will have left care by 18; many leave well before this. We see a huge number of young people from care becoming homeless, not attending education, unemployed and having higher levels of mental health issues than their peers. These are the young people we know about; many young people just disappear. Leaders are frustrated at the lack of provision; practitioners worry, and young people are invisible. Young people deserve to lead successful independent lives with relationships that last a lifetime. Please review course objectives for booking instructions, as this is an external event.

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1 08 December 2021 15:30 - 17:00 Remote Learning Map
Places remaining: 29

Code: EY1102 Early Help Assessment Training

To help Early Years providers to identify emerging concerns for children and families To understand and be able to implement an assessment of these concerns and to co-ordinate support for the whole family Cost: Free

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1 14 December 2021 18:00 - 20:00 Live online training Map
Places remaining: 36

Code: OPL/21/144 Securing the expectations in writing (Year 1)

This is a multi-session course. Delegates will need to attend all 3 sessions. It is designed to develop a clear understanding of the end of year age related expectations for writing in Year 1. The structure of the sessions will enable teachers to develop and refine teaching and learning journeys so that all children make good progress throughout the year.

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1 04 October 2021 09:30 - 11:30 Remote Learning Map
2 07 January 2022 09:30 - 11:30 Remote Learning Map
3 06 April 2022 09:30 - 11:30 Remote Learning Map
Places remaining: 39

Code: OPL/21/145 Securing the expectations in writing (Year 3)

This is a multi-session course. Delegates will need to attend all 3 sessions. It is designed to develop a clear understanding of the end of year age related expectations for writing in Year 1. The structure of the sessions will enable teachers to develop and refine teaching and learning journeys so that all children make good progress throughout the year.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 18 October 2021 09:30 - 11:30 Remote Learning Map
2 10 January 2022 09:30 - 11:30 Remote Learning Map
3 08 April 2022 09:30 - 11:30 Remote Learning Map
Places remaining: 39

Code: LAC/21/005 PACE for School Staff

PACE is an approach developed by Dr Dan Hughes, an American psychologist who works with traumatised children. PACE stands for Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity and Empathy. Being PACEful enables you to have effective, empowering interactions with children who have experienced trauma and who, as a result, do not respond to you in the same way as other children you teach. It is a useful classroom tool for all children, not just those who have had a difficult start to life. This session is designed to help teachers and TAs to learn more about this approach and practice using it over the course of the afternoon workshop.

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1 13 January 2022 13:00 - 16:00 Remote Learning Map
Places remaining: 5

Code: OPL/21/173 Securing the expectations in writing (Year 5)

This is a multi-session course. Delegates will need to attend both sessions. It is designed to develop a clear understanding of the end of year age related expectations for writing in Year 5. The structure of the sessions will enable teachers to develop and refine teaching and learning journeys so that all children make good progress throughout the year.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 18 January 2022 09:30 - 11:30 Remote Learning Map
2 06 April 2022 13:00 - 15:00 Remote Learning Map
Places remaining: 50