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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 1 (KS1) in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Science.
It is aimed at teachers in Year 1 and Year 2, and is suitable for both experienced teachers and those new to the profession, or new to KS1.
The course will cover:
Coaching to Improve Performance for Line Managers is a 2 day programme for Children's Services staff that provides participants with the skills to use a coaching approach with direct reports in a way that empowers them and helps them to take responsibility for improving performance in their role.
Please note that at the moment, places on these sessions are restricted to ESCC CS managers.Essential Information
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||21 November 2018||09:15 - 15:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
This session is more suitable for GDPR leads or members of staff whose roles require them to have a deeper understanding of the new legislation, for example: Headteachers and SLT, Business Managers and Bursars or office staff.
Session aim: To explore elements of the GDPR in more detail including:
This session will build upon the topics covered in previous in-school and INSET day sessions therefore will be useful even if the information governance team have already visited your schoolEssential Information
This session is suitable for all school staff and governors.
The session will cover everything from what the GDPR actually is through to what this really means for staff in schools, including guidance on
data breaches and subject access requests.
The session will incorporate a range of case studies and examples to demonstrate how the GDPR impacts everyone working within a school setting.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.Essential Information
This course aims to enable delegates to manage safety effectively in accordance with legislation and best practice.
This course is externally moderated and validated. The course will assist delegates in:
Delegates must attend all four days, as an assessment is incorporated at the end of the course, and a practical assessment will need to be completed shortly after the course.Essential Information