This live half day interactive virtual course, delivered through Microsoft Teams is aimed at Early Help staff. Invited Early Help staff have priority for this course.
Anti-racism goes beyond saying the right words – it is daily commitment to action. This session will provide opportunities to develop tangible skills to further anti-racist practice, which can be used in every day contexts ranging from direct work with children to supervision.
The course is facilitated by the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) and is responding to learning needs identified in this area.
Important. If you are not an Early Help invitee, we will put you on a waitlist. We will review waitlist places 2 weeks before the course, if places are still available. Please see "Additional Information" via the Full details tab for joining instructions.Essential Information
This webinar aims to support teachers to make effective and accurate ongoing assessments of reading (including phonics) in Key Stage 1. We will unpick the framework statements in detail and explore how to look for, and record, evidence of the statements in pupil work, and share best practice approaches to gathering evidence.
We will also be exploring how to identify and address gaps, and providing strategies for moving pupils forward in their reading, ensuring the best possible outcomes.
NOTE: this webinar is suitable for both year 1 and year 2 teachers and is suitable for all levels of experience. Year 3 teachers may also find it useful.Essential Information
This networking event provides the opportunity for Clerks who support multiple schools to share ideas and best practice around the following areas:
- The practicalities of supporting more than one school.
- Explores some of the key issues, challenges and barriers in clerking multiple schools.
- Outlines the range of advice and support available from GCS.
Public sector organisations have a responsibility under law to provide services and support their community and workforce in a way that drives forward equality and inclusion.
Employees must develop an awareness of equality, diversity and inclusion to help them meet the needs of a diverse customer base and workforce, they need to be clear about best practice, and make their own commitment to this agenda within their roles.
This programme aims to provide a general and comprehensive training for staff across the Council that ensures a good understanding of their responsibilities for equality.
All delegates must have completed the Equality and Diversity e-learning session prior to attending this course.Essential Information
Delegates' email addresses as registered on the portal will be provided to the trainer for the purpose of conducting this training only.
Delegates should ensure that their work (not personal) email addresses are recorded - check and update as necessary through 'My Profile and Bookings/Change Contact Details'.
The training is expected to be delivered through Microsoft Teams.
Is this course for you?
You can enter simple formulas in a workbook, and wish to extend your skills using functions to perform tasks such as: finding the average of a set of data; counting data entries which match specified conditions; looking up data entries in a table.
This course includes topics from the Excel Performing Calculations and the Excel Advanced Calculations courses
Mindful & Emotional Intelligent Leadership for the benefit of self and others, achieved through building upon existing good practices and identifying strategies to further develop the demonstration of Mindful and Emotional Intelligence Leadership.
This training is made up of 2 half day sessions - 10:00 - 12:30 each day on 11 and 13 January 2022Essential Information
This session will explore underlying reasons and signs and symptoms of low mood and depression in children and young people, and explore how these may be brought about or exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. We will discuss helpful evidence-based approaches, and provide strategies and resources to use in class in primary, secondary and post-16 settings, using breakout groups to differentiate discussions and learning.Essential Information
Supporting LGBT+ children, young people and practitioners
Ryan Gingell, Allsorts, will deliver a workshop for Heads of Service and Operations Managers looking at how to support LGBT+ children, young people and practitioners including responses to discrimination.
This is one of a series of stand-alone topic-based master classes delivered by an expert in their field. It will be followed by a session for Operations Managers on 8 february 2022 with Ryan, providing facilitated structured discussion/peer supervision.
Booking on this course secures a place on both sessions, however Heads of Service are not expected to attend the follow up group session, which will be tailored for Operations Managers.
This course is delivered using Zoom. Please see "Additional Information" via the “Full details” tab for joining instructions”.Essential Information
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