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Legionella - identify what is Legionella and why is it harmful. - understand the origins of Legionella and the factors which allow it to grow in man-made water systems. - identify the main conditions that exist for Legionella infection and how to control these risks. - understand how to carry out Legionella control regimes and keep required records. - understand and be aware of the legal requirements, approved codes of practice and guidance. COSHH - understand how substances should be managed on HCC premises and during HCC activities. - know where to find information about substances and how to use it. - decide which substances require a COSHH assessment. - carry out a COSHH assessment for a hazardous substance.Essential Information
This course is designed for those who are new to the role of designated senior person (DSP) for child protection and have completed stage one safeguarding children training for school staff. The course explores the role and the responsibilities of the DSP. This course is for all schools in the Hertfordshire area.Essential Information
This course will provide an opportunity for governors to update their knowledge and understanding of the effective use of pupil premium funding. Outline This training session looks at: • what are the pupil premium and pupil premium plus? • accountability within the pupil premium and pupil premium plus • the pupil premium and Ofsted • effective use of the pupil premium and pupil premium plus • what works well • what governors need to know about the pupil premium • pupil premium plus for children looked after Tutor Virtual Schools AdvisersEssential Information
This course is suitable for new secondary NQT coordinators, those who are upskilling from the role of NQT induction mentor, and those who would value an opportunity to share best practice in terms of leading NQT induction.
It will ensure that participants are fully informed about the statutory requirements for coordinators and are clear on their responsibilities in leading NQT induction across the school. The course will guide delegates through the coordinator’s role across the induction period and cover what coordinators should expect of their NQTs, mentors and the Appropriate Body.
Specific guidance will be offered on planning an induction programme across the year, directing and monitoring mentors, target setting, observations and feedback, review meetings and termly assessments.
A session on the process of supporting NQTs causing concern will ensure that coordinators are fully informed about the expectations on schools and how to address potential failure situations.
What is at the heart of a great science curriculum? How can we inspire all pupils to engage with science as future citizens of a technological world? How can we develop an effective curriculum that delivers progression in both working scientifically skills and content? How does the vision for the science curriculum influence and support in evaluating current science provision?
This cross phase course will support subject leaders to answer these questions and begin to formulate ideas about curriculum intent and implementation for their setting. Key speakers for this course include Louise Archer, UCL Institute of Education, Marc Neesam, International Primary curriculum, Naomi Hiscock, Primary Science Education Consultancy, Helen Harden, University of York and Tony Sherbourne from Mastery Science.
Want to be able to use EYFS data to support self-evaluation and strategic planning? This course will support delegates to interrogate and know their data.
It will enable delegates to use data to support conversations with SLTs, SIPs, governors and Ofsted.