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Keeping up to date with local and national initiatives in Early Years and disseminating good practice.
A bespoke forum for reflection, discussion and sharing of effective practice.
Sessions may feature specialist guest speakers to provide advice and information that will inform practice.
Content will be tailored in response to feedback gathered from Early Years leaders and respond to national agenda items.
Each seminar will be held in a different school within the locality, offering the opportunity to visit other Early Years settings and build on sharing best practice.
This two-day course is for new or aspiring SENCO/INCOs and will provide reassurance and pointers for first steps in the role. The sessions will offer practical ideas to support delegates in ensuring that children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities make good progress. The course will provide a brief overview of national/local guidance and developments within the context of inclusion and SEND, and will highlight implications for the role. There will be a variety of inputs and practical activities. This course also provides an excellent foundation for the more advanced National Award for SEN Coordination.Essential Information
Following excellent feedback for the workshops on offer at this year’s Love That Book conference, we are delighted to be able to take a number of these workshops ‘on the road’ this summer.
Workshop title: Last Stop on Market Street’ by Matt De La Pena
Audience: Key Stage 1
Delivered by: Kathy Roe
In this workshop, Kathy will use the wonderful, award-winning picture book ‘Last Stop on Market Street’ by Matt De La Pena.
Delegates will explore the poetic language and poignant themes of this book by participating in a range of engaging activities.
The session will be packed with ideas for a Key Stage 1 classroom, across the curriculum, showcasing ways to captivate children with a book that teachers will love, ensuring that their pupils will love it too.
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New headteacher induction programme - school self-evaluation training. Two days of training looking at creating a rigorous monitoring cycle, how to evaluate current practice and identify the priorities for the year, writing the SEF and school development plan.
The complete new headteacher induction package costs £1800 for the training programme, 2 executive coaching sessions and a Hertfordshire Professional Partner (HPP).
Delivered by the education services director for primary, and a range of specialist advisers from Herts for Learning, this half-day session will provide updates on current topics in primary education. Headteachers are invited to bring with them one other member of their senior leadership team to support school discussion.
The full agenda will be available closer to the event.
This termly primary user group is designed to provide up-to-date information on developments within the Capita SIMS software and statutory returns, as well as exchanging information on processes and procedures undertaken on a day-to-day basis. It also offers the opportunity to ask questions of our data management consultants and network with other school administrators. The sessions are free to schools that have a support contract with data management services. We would recommend attendance at these user groups to keep you up to date and informed.Essential Information
This course is designed to assist headteachers, chairs and vice chairs of governors in dealing effectively with allegations against staff and promoting safe working practice by school staff, thereby reducing the risk of allegations of inappropriate conduct and harm to children. This course is only available to headteachers, chair and vice chair of governors. The course is booked on a first-come, first-served basis.Essential Information