Monthly Communication Archives: April 2018
This masterclass will provide you with new and engaging ways to broaden and deepen science teaching and learning through interactive sessions, offering free resources and take-away strategies. Keynote speaker Louise Stubberfield started her career in science research. After a 20 year career in teaching, including headship, Louise looked for new opportunities to share her passion […]
There has never been greater competition among schools for pupils and teachers. Increasingly schools are realising the importance of boosting their image and reputation to ensure admissions figures are strong and to recruit and retain great staff. Any organisation is vulnerable to a “crisis” – and schools are no different. Whether it is a weak […]
The ability to reason also supports the application of mathematics and an ability to solve problems set in unfamiliar contexts. Research by Terezinha Nunes (2009) identified the ability to reason mathematically as the most important factor in a pupil’s success in mathematics but a recent review of maths inspections by Ofsted has revealed that reasoning […]
Places are available on Early years, Primary and Secondary EAL Network Meetings for Summer term 2018. You can reserve your place online. Please see flyer via the link below for further details.
There are places still available on our exciting PSHE masterclass on Friday, 11 May 2018. Please see the flyer via the link below for further details.
The Governing Body of Marland School is consulting on a change of age range to their day provision and an increase in places for their day provision. The school currently have 36 day places for boys and girls aged 8-16 with Social, Emotional and/or Mental Health difficulties (SEMH). It is proposed to increase day provision […]
Following consultation, Devon County Council has now published a Brief Notice and Full Proposal regarding the proposal to enlarge Culmstock Primary School from a capacity of 105 places to 140 places with effect from September 2018. The increase in places, if approved, will be achieved by some internal remodelling to create a new classroom space, […]
South West Safeguarding Conference Prepared, Not Scared: Protecting Children in 2018 – Tuesday 26 June 2018
Threats from online dangers (such as CSE, sexting, cyber-bullying and radicalisation) have grown quicker than society has been able to respond. The Government has pledged to make the UK the safest place to be a child online but research shows children are spending an average of 15 hours per week online, overtaking television as the […]
Leadership Masterclass with Andy Buck: Making the Biggest Impact on Pupil Outcomes – Tuesday 22 May 2018
Every school leader wants to do the very best for the pupils they support. But in the midst of a busy day or meeting, decision-making can sometimes become rushed. Without meaning to, a leader’s intuition or emotions can have an unhelpful influence. This masterclass will explore how school leaders tend to make decisions and how […]
Requests and Complaints Briefing – 26 April 2018 (Exminster) – This training explains the new rights people have under the GDPR and a school’s obligations when handling requests. There is specific focus on managing Subject Access requests (in particular what is and is not disclosable) and what to do if the school receives a complaint. […]