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This live interactive virtual course will enable participants to develop practice skills in identifying, understanding and responding to children, young people and families who are at risk of being criminally exploited in the local area.
The training is aimed at practitioners working in youth support, U19 and through care teams in particular, and priority will be given to those delegates. Any remaining places will be released to other delegates on the waiting list approximately two weeks before the course.
Before attending this course participants must complete the elearning 'Introduction to child criminal exploitation and child sexual exploitation: Modules 1 and 2'. Please see Additional Information.
Important note. The training will be delivered via MS Teams. Full joining instructions, including links to access the training and guidance will be attached to the bottom of your confirmation email. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.Essential Information
Inform and update governors on current local and national issues relating to schools and the work of the Governing Board. A school to school approach, combined with the increased focus on school governance, will require governing boards to consider how all governors can work collectively, not just in their own schools, but across the wider ‘governor community’. The forums will facilitate governor networking and information gathering through high quality presentations that facilitate discussion and information sharing among peers.
This course is open to Children’s Services social care managers and focuses on how you can adapt your leadership style to support your teams effectively during this period of uncertainty and change.Essential Information
This is a series of facilitated discussion groups to accompany a new programme of support for Mental Health Leads, intended to develop understanding, knowledge and skills of school and college staff undertaking this role. The initial session will cover the expectations of the role, key steps in developing a whole school approach to MHEW and local programmes of support. Further sessions will provide guidance on leadership & management; ethos & environment; staff development & wellbeing; curriculum, teaching & learning; assessing need & monitoring impact; student voice; engaging parents & carers, and targeted support.Essential Information
Developing Greater Depth Writers at Key Stage 1.
A four part course to help practitioners orchestrate the four skills required by young writers to achieve greater depth.
The wealth of ideas and resources provided from these elearning sessions will support both leaders and Key Stage 1 staff in planning and delivering tasks to support the development and refinement of writing across Key Stage 1; alongside helping to develop a real love of reading.
Course tutors: Lindsay Pickton and Christine Chen Hello at Primary Education Advisors