This webinar will set out the statutory requirements for assessment of, and reporting on, pupils' achievements at the end of Key Stage 1 & 2 (KS1/KS2) in 2020/21.
It is primarily aimed at school leaders and teachers in years 2 and 6, although teachers in other year groups could also benefit. It is suitable for both experienced teachers and leaders and those new to the profession or new to a leadership role.
The webinar will cover:
All schools should ensure that at least one member of staff attends one of these sessions.Essential Information
This live interactive virtual course is a professional/advanced level of training on 'Attachment Based Practice with Families’, focusing on attachment based practice with adolescents and adults. It replaces the previous 'Introduction to Attachment Based Practice with Adults' course. It is aimed at case-holding practitioners. You must complete 'Attachment Based Practice with Families, Part 1- infancy, early childhood and the school years' or have
completed the previous 'Application of Attachment Theory' course before attending this course. Following Days 1 and 2 participants will undertake a piece of assessment work in preparation for Day 3.
Attachment theory is essential for understanding how human beings function in relationships and how people develop social and psychological difficulties. It is also fundamental for understanding what constitutes psychological wellbeing.
Once you have successfully booked on you will receive a link to the platform for this event.
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|1||16 September 2020||09:30 - 14:30||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|2||17 September 2020||09:30 - 15:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|3||18 September 2020||09:30 - 15:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|4||10 November 2020||09:30 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
|5||11 November 2020||09:30 - 13:00||Virtual Classroom||Map|
Please note that this session will be delivered remotely via Microsoft Teams. See the details regarding this under Additional Information (below)
This course advises Controllers of Premises of their role in managing the risks associated with the premises and the
management of contractors on site.
This half day workshop will enable Keyworkers to learn about Genograms and use them confidently when working with families with complex histories.
A genogram, if used well, is a helpful tool that can be used as part of the ‘Listen and Understand’ section of Early Help Planning. Use of genograms assists in developing greater insight into historic traumatic events and the impact these may be having on current relationships in families.
Families that have experienced complex trauma events may have significant difficulties creating and maintaining healthy relationships, both within and outside of the family home.
By taking a whole family approach when working with children and young people, we endeavour to view the presenting problem within the context of the whole family system. This does not mean necessarily working with every family member, but rather taking account of the wider family system.Essential Information
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|1||11 November 2020||09:30 - 14:00||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
Induction is essential for all new governors and for longer term governors wishing to refresh, to help understand their roles and responsibilities.Essential Information
This session is a live interactive virtual event, delivered through Zoom, for Administrative and support staff.
It will enable administrative and support staff who work directly with families to be more confident and capable when holding difficult conversations.
Once you have successfully booked a place on this event, full joining instructions and guidance will be provided with your confirmation email.
Participants will be introduced to a new set of practice principles that have been designed by East Sussex practitioners and consider how to integrate holding difficult conversations with families with Solution Focus and Motivational Interviewing techniques.
All registered participants are required to watch this 8 minute introductory video from the trainer Phil Jones in advance of participating in this workshop.Essential Information
Induction for ESCC Managers provides an opportunity to virtually meet Chief Officers and pick up on any queries relating to your new role as a Manager at ESCC. During the event you will 'meet' with managers from other departments in the Council making some useful contacts and establishing networks to help support you through the early months of your management career.
The training will be delivered via Microsoft teams. Delegates will receive a calendar invite in order to attend.Essential Information
LCS Search and View is a half day of training for East Sussex County Council users to familiarise themselves with the Children’s Liquid Logic platform. This course is designed to show you how to navigate Liquid Logic, find clients and view case data and includes viewing scanned images held within ECaseFile.
This course is for anyone joining an ESCC team that uses LCS or EHM whether to view client data or input data into the system.
As a new staff member your manager must request that a Liquid Logic account is created for you before attending this course. When the account is created you will receive an e-mail invitation to book onto this course. Existing users are welcome to book if they wish to refresh their skills.
You must complete this training in order to be able to access the LIVE system. The trainer will activate your account on attendance.Essential Information
This is a meeting for the Lewes Educational Improvement Partnership (EIP) Governors. This is a governor led group, organised and chaired by fellow governors. We aim to provide a group where governors from all phases and types of schools can meet and share experiences and best practice with each otherEssential Information