This workshop is aimed at delegates who wish to plan and input their school’s budget onto Access Budgeting in a supported environment. Financial Services staff will be on hand throughout the day to answer any specific questions and advise on the input of plans into Access Budgeting.
This workshop will provide an overview of the existing grievance process, and will identify the inherent problems that can arise from such a process-driven and traditional method of grievance resolution. The workshop will explain the benefits and importance of modern informal conflict resolution techniques, which can be used within the informal stage of the grievance process or as a standalone skill, to prevent disputes escalating, achieve employee buy-in and address issues at the root cause. Managers will be equipped with key facilitation techniques.Essential Information
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This session is aimed at school leaders, in a new or developing roles, to help build upon their understanding of their leadership responsibilities in people management topics - and to know sources of support and guidance to access.
The workshop will cover principles around the ‘employment relationship’, high-performing teams and the stages of team development, common workplace HR issues that can arise, and work through scenarios for table discussions around approaches, tips and techniques.
We will also provide information around related services that are available from Herts for Learning HR Services.
The day will develop the skills of new language teachers, giving delegates a better understanding of the languages National Curriculum, how to deliver lessons and how to integrate this subject into their everyday teaching.
Delegates will explore the issues and gain a better understanding around progression within the programme of study and develop their own skills.
This course is strongly recommended for all governors and is essential for the Designated Child Protection governor(s), the chair/vice chair. It is also recommended to refresh this training every 4 years.
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This unique, subject-level programme for secondary maths NQTs and trainees offers intensive and specialist maths training and development from recognised experts in their subject.
It will develop subject expertise and practice in the classroom.
NQTs will be provided with a range of resources and strategies to try out at school as well as having the opportunity to network and share strategies with other NQTs and trainees teaching maths.
As part of the HCC commissioned transition project, the Herts for Learning Early Years team are providing briefing sessions to share details of the project, the transition level of need pathway and provide each school with a copy of the transition toolkit. The overall focus of the project is to ensure a smooth transition for all children, including those at risk of underachievement.
The aim of the briefing is for early years practitioners working in school nursery and reception classes to receive information on the transition level of need pathway and tools developed as part of the project. It will be important that practitioners gain an understanding of how this can support early identification of those children with potential barriers to learning and help enable them to experience a smooth transition to school.
A transition toolkit will be provided for each school with a range of resources to support transition practice.
This new virtual user group is designed for delegates that are unable to attend one of our face to face user groups allowing them to log in from the comfort of their desk in school or from home.
During this cross-phase session we will provide the delegate with 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.
The sessions are free to schools that have a support contract with data management services.
Once you have booked onto this webinar you will receieve a link to access the platform the webinar is on 24 hours before it due to take place. After the webinar has taken place a link to evaluate the session will be sent out.
Entries are invited for the Year 7 Mathematics Challenge 2020.
Each school is encouraged to submit teams of four Year 7 students for this friendly inter-school competition. (Maximum of 2 teams per school.)
The challenge will comprise a mixture of challenge, problem-solving and fun.
There are four heats scheduled across the County; winners from individual heats will go forward to the Final, to be held on Thursday 26th March at the Hertfordshire Development Centre, Stevenage.