This webinar aims to support teachers to make effective and accurate ongoing assessments of mathematics in Key Stage 2.
We will unpick the mathematics strands in detail and share top tips on how to prepare pupils for the rigors of the national curriculum tests.
We will also be exploring how to explicitly teach mathematics skills, how to identify and address gaps, and how to move pupils forward in their mathematics, ensuring the best possible outcomes by the end of the key stage.
NOTE: Although this webinar is primarily aimed at teachers in years 5 and 6, teachers in years 3 and 4 will also find it useful. The webinar is suitable for teachers at all levels of experience.Essential Information
This live interactive virtual classroom training aims to increase your understanding of the impact of child sexual abuse across the lifespan, considering the different areas of development that can be affected and the ways in which harm can be mediated in the longer term.
Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Child Sexual Abuse e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.
Full joining instructions, including links to access the training and guidance will be attached to your confirmation email. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.
Having successfully completed the DIY Part one candidates can attend this practical course.
The course aims to provide candidates with the theoretical and practical skills to safely carry out DIY / Maintenance in educational premises.Essential Information
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|1||19 November 2020||09:15 - 15:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
This Zoom course replaces one of the postponed March 2020 sessions. It is now a full half day course running from 9.30 a.m. to 15.30 p.m. The first Pilot course in August was free but all usual charges now apply.
This course will address gang crime and youth violence. This has been identified as a national priority and this course will enable frontline staff and those working with children and young people to identify individuals at risk of gang involvement and to provide timely support and interventions to support them.
This course will be delivered by Excelsior Safeguarding CIC, a ‘not for profit’ organisation established to provide effective help and support to vulnerable young people and adults.
The sessions are relevant for colleagues who work with children and young people as well as vulnerable adults
It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children (or an equivalent Safeguarding/ Child Protection Awareness course within your own organisation, and Child Sexual Exploitation e-learning courses prior to coming on this course, see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.
This live, interactive course will be delivered via Zoom. Full joining instructions, including links and guidance will be attached to your confirmation email. Please ensure you read theses prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.Essential Information
NB : please note that this training is now live interactive virtual classroom training and will be delivered via Zoom. This was originally to be run as face-to-face training.
Full joining instructions, including links and guidance will be sent close to the course start date. Please ensure you read these prior to the course start date and keep them in a safe place.
This course will update the knowledge of the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL), including childminders, with the aim of renewing their DSL certificate (valid for 2 years). The course will facilitate achieving excellence in Child Protection and Safeguarding by giving tools to embed this into an organisation’s culture.
Please ensure that you are familiar with the course materials attached to your booking confirmation before the course.
There is an expectation that as the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) you know the signs, indicators and pre-disposing risk factors of abuse. If you are unsure of these please ensure you access the online safeguarding children and young people course before you attend this training. You can access this training by clicking on the Elearning tab at the top of this page.Essential Information
Too many gripes, grumbles and grievances?
Always trouble shooting?
This is your guide to successful complaints handling. Like our previously offered Effective Handling of Complaints course,
Managing and Avoiding Potential Conflicts and Complaints explores the procedures and policies that governing boards and school leadership teams should have in place in order to deal with parental concerns and other possible challenges.
In addition, the new course looks at conflict management and avoidance strategies, and is designed for governors and headteachers who would like to develop their school's resilience to controversy and build stronger, positive relationships brawith all stakeholdersEssential Information
These meetings enable Health and Safety Co-ordinators buying into the ESCC Health and Safety Service to network across the county and share good
Please note that these meetings are not appropriate for delegates from schools who do not buy back the ESCC Health and Safety service (SLA).Essential Information
A two-hour online training course
After months of home working, we probably all have experience of the good, the bad and the ugly of online meetings. Some people find the new medium liberating; for others, the experience could best be described as painful!
This two-hour online course looks at the essentials of managing meetings and presenting well, whatever platform you’re using.
This is the second of two webinars to assist education staff in supporting the mental wellbeing and resilience of children and young people, teachers and parents and carers, in the aim of aiding mental health recovery in relation to COVID-19 and lockdown. The learning can be adapted and is transferable to all ages including staff and parents/carers. It is focussed on recovery and building new resilience and provides guidance on warning indicators for additional needs and support.Essential Information