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Monthly Communication Archives: March 2021

Babcock Summer Term Conferences Not to Miss!

A fantastic programme of topical conferences, created to respond and support based on your requests, including our annual SEND and Safeguarding conferences. We look forward to welcoming you virtually again! Responding to Uncertainty Conference: Reducing Stress in Staff and Pupils Wednesday 5 May 2021 | Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings Closing the EAL Gap: Raising the Attainment […]

Consultation: Resource and Nurture Base provision across the County for learners with EHCPs

DCC is consulting, in collaboration with the Academies shown below, on increasing provision for learners with Education, Health and Care Plans across the County in the following types of Resource Bases: School Resource Base Type Westcliff Academy, Dawlish Social Emotional and Mental Health Great Torrington School (Academy) Great Torrington Social Emotional and Mental Health Ilfracombe […]

EXPIRED The Goodie Box: Free Recipe Kit and Activity Box for Families Over Easter

Devon County Council are running a one-off initiative over Easter called The Goodie Box where families can receive a recipe box directly to their door containing the food for the recipes, recipe booklet, activity booklet, cress seeds, and information on additional support. There is no specific eligibility criteria – it is relying on organisations to […]

Babcock Annual SEND and Safeguarding Conferences

SEND Conference – Thursday 10 June Join us for the annual SEND conference with brilliant keynote speakers Robert White, Britain’s Got Talents Comedian finalist with Asperger’s and Dyslexia, and Brian Walton, Headteacher of Brookside Academy Somerset. Supported by fantastic workshops, this conference will share important strategies for SEND to be everybody’s business, and how this inclusive […]

Raising the Attainment of Bilingual Learners Conference

Tuesday 18 May 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:30 – 12:30 Hear from Victoria Murphy, Chair of NALDIC and Stuart Scott from the Collaborative Learning Project Remote learning had been particularly challenging for learners with English as an Additional language. Due to the national Covid-19 lockdowns, many bilingual learners might have had […]

Just one week left to book on to the Behaviour Conference!

Behaviour Conference Tuesday 30 March 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 15:45 Are your children able to learn? The current Ofsted framework puts an increased focus on pupil well-being, behaviour and attitudes. Learning behaviours and wellbeing are intrinsically linked. “Students who are anxious, angry or depressed don’t learn; people who are in […]

Babcock LDP – Newly Published Training

AET Progression Framework – 10 June 2021 Primary NQT Training: Relational Approaches in the Classroom – 11 May 2021 Coastal and Countryside Leader Training and Assessment – 27 August 2021 Complaints – Prevention and Managing – 15 June 2021 The Clerk as an Adviser – 25 May 2021 Intimate Care Network Meetings – Various dates […]

Responding to Uncertainty Conference

Wednesday 5 May 2021 – Virtually Hosted – 09:15 – 13:15 Reducing Stress in Staff and Pupils 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 […]

Raising the Attainment of Bilingual Learners Conference

Tuesday 18 May 2021 – Virtually Hosted – 09:30 – 12:30 Remote learning had been particularly challenging for learners with English as an Additional language. Due to the national Covid-19 lockdowns, many bilingual learners might have had a limited access to a broad range of English, including the academic language. In order to support EAL […]

Behaviour Conference – only two weeks to go!

Tuesday 30 March 2021 – Virtually Hosted via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 15:45 Are your children able to learn? The current Ofsted framework puts an increased focus on pupil well-being, behaviour and attitudes. Learning behaviours and wellbeing are intrinsically linked. “Students who are anxious, angry or depressed don’t learn; people who are in these states […]

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