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Monthly Communication Archives: January 2021

Census Secondary Education Programme

The Census Secondary Education Programme is a unique opportunity to help teachers and young people understand how census information is used to make decisions across society and impact on the things that matter to them. The programme will: Excite and educate young people aged 11-18 about the importance of the Census, for them and their communities. Inspire […]

13 January 2021

Census 2021 Schools Programme

The next census is taking place on Sunday 21 March 2021. The census happens every 10 years and gives  a picture of all the people and households in England and Wales and helps to plan and fund public services, including education. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has developed education programmes  with resources for primary […]

13 January 2021

The Impact of COVID-19 for Learners with SEND

Monday 8 February 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 12:45 An exciting additional SEND event introduced in response to COVID-19. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to be bringing you this additional SEND Seminar in February 2021. With our educationally renowned keynotes speakers originally booked for the 2020 SEND conference, we […]

Brave Leadership and Governance in a Changing Education Landscape

Governance in a Changing Education Landscape Brave Leadership and Governance in a Changing Education Landscape Wednesday 24 February 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:30 – 12:30 The changes we have all experienced in the last year and adaptations we have had to make to our every day lives will shape our working […]

Babcock LDP – Initial training for School based attendance staff

The Education Welfare Service in Devon would like to offer a training opportunity to relatively newly appointed, school based colleagues working on attendance in schools and academies in the South West. This training opportunity is in the form of two, 2hr training sessions that will support colleagues to contextualise their work, whilst giving time to […]

Embracing Change: Turning Uncertainty into Adventure

Thursday 4 March 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 13:00 Human beings tend to dislike the idea of uncertainty. It is full of the unknown and the unpredictable, which easily makes us anxious. Ironically, excitement contains all the same qualities, but just the term ‘excitement’ creates a very different expectation. In this […]

Babcock LDP – New SLCN and SEMH Network meetings

The SLCN needs of pupils presenting with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties can be misidentified, misunderstood or missed altogether In these two network meetings, advisory staff from the Communication and Interaction, SEMH and Educational Psychology teams will join forces to explore the links between language difficulties and behaviour and support you to find […]

Babcock LDP – Attachment Based Mentoring Course

Enabling children to connect with education through Attachment Based Mentoring (ABM). ABM meets the needs of vulnerable children by providing them with a significant adult in school who will become a key attachment figure and provide a secure base for them. The training draws on theories and research from the fields of attachment, coaching and […]

Babcock LDP – Primary P.E. Subject Leader Meetings

The PE briefing has been designed to both give some updates from several professional bodies in the delivery of PE in this current pandemic as well as an opportunity to support each other with any issues we maybe facing and give each other some ideas. This will be delivered by some directed updates as well […]

Babcock LDP – Upcoming Mathematics Training

Our Mathematics team has a variety of mathematics training coming up this term. Take a look at what they have to offer below: Maths Subject Leadership Programme – 03 February 2021 NQTs: Learning about maths teaching through studying lessons – KS2 – 26 February 2021 Primary Maths Subject Leader Meeting – Various dates from February […]

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