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This course sets out the statutory requirements for assessment of, and reporting on, pupils' achievements at the end of Key Stage 2 (KS2).
It is primarily aimed at teachers in Year 5 and/or Year 6, although teachers in Years 3 and 4 would also benefit. It is suitable for both experienced teachers and those new to the profession, or new to KS2.
The course will cover: approaches to effective assessment; standardisation and moderation (both formal and informal); administration of, and preparation for, the end of KS2 tests and the multipication check; analysis of past end of KS2 test papers; strategies and approaches to ensuring the best outcomes for all pupils.
This course provides participants with the knowledge that will enable them to identify signs and indicators of abuse and their responsibilities in terms of responding to and highlighting any concerns, appropriately using East Sussex County Council procedures. It will also discuss the wider safeguarding role and discuss how to identify children and families who require an Early Help Plan and where to get the appropriate help and advice.
This course is NOT suitable for Registered Childminders and Designated Safeguarding Leads. Please attend either the "Designated Safeguarding Leads Training for Childcare Settings" or "Designated Safeguarding Leads Training for Childcare Settings – Refresher training" as applicable. See attached Guidance document for further information.Essential Information
This course looks at the ways children and young people can be pulled into Gang Culture and ways to prevent it happening
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||19 November 2018||18:30 - 21:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
LCS Chronology building is for Children Services staff that have access to LCS and have a need to build client chronologies within LiquidLogic as part of their job role.
You WILL need to bring with you your own ESCC laptop/hybrid device.
The training takes place in the training suite, room 'Wilmington' at St. Mary's House, Eastbourne.Essential Information
The term Gypsy, Roma and Traveller is a collective term used to describe a wide variety of cultural and ethnic groups. There are many ways in which ethnicity may be established: these include language, nomadic way of life, and crucially, self-identification. Defining a person as a Gypsy, Roma or Traveller is a matter of self-ascription and does not exclude those who are living in houses. Ethnic identity is not lost when members of the communities settle, but it continues and adapts to the new circumstances.
Important note: It is essential that you have completed the Safeguarding Children eLearning and the pre-course learning, prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.