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Monthly Communication Archives: February 2022

Improving School Attendance Conference

Tuesday 22 March 2022 – Hosted Online via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 15:00 “Parental engagement is a powerful lever for raising achievement in schools. When parents and teachers work together to improve learning, the gains in achievement are significant”. Do Parents Know They Matter Research University of Warwick 2007 At the full day event, Continue reading →

Maths half day virtual conference with Doug Clements

Children follow natural developmental progressions in learning. Curriculum research has revealed sequences of activities that are effective in guiding children through these levels of thinking. These developmental paths are the basis for the learning trajectories developed by Doug Clements and Julie Sarama. These learning trajectories have three parts – a learning goal, a developmental path Continue reading →

EXPIRED Consultation on future of Chittlehampton C of E Primary School

It is with much regret that the Governing Body of the Devon Moors Federation is consulting on the future of Chittlehampton C of E Primary School. The decision to consult on the future of the school has not been made lightly but is being brought forward in light of the low demand for school places Continue reading →

AET Early Years Autism and Anxiety Training

This module on autism and anxiety will provide delegates with an understanding of what we mean by anxiety, how it appears in autistic children (CYP), what the key triggers are, and what supporting staff can do to support autistic pupils. It is designed so that the training can be delivered to staff working with different Continue reading →

14 February 2022

Summer and Winter Moorland Walking Training and Assessment Courses

Summer Moorland Walking Leader Training – March 2022, September 2022 and March 2023 Summer Moorland Walking Leader Assessment – March 2022, June 2022 and March 2023 Winter Moorland Walking Leader Training – January 2023 Winter Moorland Walking Leader Assessment – November 2022  

Initial training for School based attendance staff (online)

Initial training for School based attendance staff (online) – Babcock LDP – May 2022 From the Education Welfare Service comes this training opportunity for relatively newly appointed, school based colleagues working on attendance in schools and academies in the South West. The training takes the form of two, 2 hour training sessions that will support Continue reading →

School Leadership Updates – new session just announced

This is a short slot for headteachers, senior leaders and governors to tap into ‘in the moment’ updates. This virtual session is delivered by the team in a 1-1.5 hour slot at the end of the school day and so can feed into staff and SLT meetings. It takes a practical no nonsense approach to Continue reading →

Devon Portfolio of Services to Schools 2022-23

We are pleased to provide you with the Devon Portfolio of Services for Schools. Providing you with information and details of the different services as well as the costs associated to them. HR Services from HR ONE The schedule provides you with information on HR Direct, HR Consultancy, Payroll and Health and Safety Services available Continue reading →

10 February 2022

Notions of a Maths Learning Trajectory (Primary Focus)

Wednesday 16 March 2022 – Hosted online via Click Meetings We are thrilled to have Doug Clements join us to provide expert insight on Maths Learning Trajectories for the Primary Phase. Children follow natural developmental progressions in learning. Curriculum research has revealed sequences of activities that are effective in guiding children through these levels of Continue reading →

Improving School Attendance Conference

Why Effective Communication Matters Tuesday 22 March 2022 – Hosted Online via Click Meetings – 09:00 – 15:00 “Parental engagement is a powerful lever for raising achievement in schools. When parents and teachers work together to improve learning, the gains in achievement are significant”. Do Parents Know They Matter Research University of Warwick 2007 At Continue reading →

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