Monthly Communication Archives: November 2019

Increase in influenza outbreaks in the UK

Public Health England have advised that influenza is beginning to circulate in certain parts of the UK, with a large number of schools affected in the North East of the country. Over the past week there have been several schools affected in the South West, particularly Somerset and North Somerset. The best protection against seasonal […]

DAPH and DASH Updates: Autumn Term – 22 November 2019 – Issue 4

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Autism – Post 16 Workforce Training – For Transition from School to College

This training opportunity is open to all staff within Schools sixth forms, FE Colleges, and agencies who work with and support Post 16 young people. This training is designed to provide effective transition planning for young people on the autism spectrum. The programme is fully funded by Devon County and Torbay Councils + Health CCG.

Autism – Post 16 Workforce Training – For Practitioners

This training opportunity is open to all staff within Schools sixth forms, FE Colleges, training providers, agencies and employers who work with and support Post 16 young people. A solid understanding of autism combined with practical strategies and resources for all practitioners working directly with autistic young people in post 16 settings. The programme is […]

Autism – Post 16 Workforce Training – For Managers/Leaders

This training opportunity is open to all staff within Schools sixth forms, FE Colleges, training providers, agencies and employers who work with and support Post 16 young people. For those in roles of leadership, who train others and are able to influence whole setting development in responding effectively to the needs of autistic young people. […]

Autism – Post 16 Workforce Training – For Progression Framework

This training opportunity is open to all staff within Schools sixth forms, FE Colleges, training providers, agencies and employers who work with and support Post 16 young people. This training provides an overview of the AET Progression Framework 2.0 which is available from the AET website. This 2 hour session is suitable for practitioners working […]

Autism Training – Post 16 Workforce Training – For Raising Awareness

This training opportunity is open to all staff within Schools sixth forms, FE Colleges, training providers, agencies and employers who work with and support Post 16 young people. Basic awareness training for all those engaging with young people in post 16 settings. This includes teaching and support staff, office and ancillary staff, governors, employers and […]

How Do Adverse Childhood Experiences Affect Children’s Learning and Developement?

Thursday 30 April 2020, Sandy Park, Exeter, 09:00 – 16:00 The effect of Adverse Childhood Experiences are not uncommon and can have a dramatic impact if they are not recognised and responded to. When children are exposed to adverse and stressful experiences, it can have a long-lasting impact on their ability to think, interact with […]

Attend today, Achieve tomorrow

Tuesday 3 March 2020 , Sandy Park, Exeter , 09:30 – 16:00 There is a direct link between school attendance and achievement. Get the attendance processes right and the rest should follow. This conference will look into why children miss school, explore best practice of managing absence and also delve into behavioural and emotional reasons […]

Your Curriculum is the Key to Improving Social Justice

Thursday 6 February 2020 , Sandy Park, Exeter , 09:15 – 12:45 Ofsted have shifted their focus to the curriculum and referenced that this is driven by their belief that the curriculum is the key to improve social justice. This seminar will explore the ongoing challenges faced by schools to address the gap in outcomes […]

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