School Types: All LA Schools

Week of: 22 April 2019 - 28 April 2019

AnyComms+ Update

As you may be aware we have recently upgraded AnyComms+ from version 15 to version 16 ahead of the Babcock LDP data collection process for Phonics and Key Stage 1. If your subscription has expired or your school has not yet signed up please ensure you do so and contact education systems We have been […]

Primary English Subject Leader Meetings Summer 2019

This terms Primary English Subject Leader Meetings are due to take place between Monday 20th May and Friday 24th May 2019 at four venues around Devon.  If you haven’t booked your place yet, please ensure you do so as soon as possible. If you sign up to one of our Subject Leader packages please may […]

Attachment Based Mentoring for Designated Teachers, SENCos and Senior Leaders

This one day course provides a comprehensive overview of the key components of the Attachment Based Mentoring Approach. The course will support participants to co-ordinate and facilitate the mentoring within school as well as developing personal skills. The course is a comprehensive guide to understanding the needs of CIC and vulnerable children and as such […]

Attachment Based Mentoring

Attachment based mentoring is a relational, child centred and holistic approach to supporting our most vulnerable children. Drawing on theories and research from the fields of attachment, coaching and resilience, it is a comprehensive practical guide as to what to do and how to be to ensure that the individual needs of each child are […]

Primary Maths Adviser (Secondment Opportunity)

This is a rare opportunity to join a nationally recognised and respected team of maths advisers (Ruth Trundley, Stefanie Burke, Helen Edginton, Carolyn Wreghitt) who believe that thinking is at the heart of mathematics and so should be at the heart of mathematics teaching and learning. Developing relational understanding underpins the work of the team.

23 April 2019

School Census Bulletin – Summer 2019 (1)

As you will be aware, the statutory School Census for the Summer Term will take place on Thursday 16th May 2019. We strongly recommend that schools begin to prepare for the School Census by ensuring that pupil databases are up-to-date and the relevant systems/accesses are in place.

Inspiring Teaching Masterclass with Amjad Ali

Monday 3rd June 2019 | Mercure Southgate Hotel, Exeter | 08:30 – 13:00 At a time when Teachers’ time is tight and expectations are high, the need for low effort, high impact ideas has never been greater and that is what this Masterclass offers! Led by the highly acclaimed Teacher, Trainer and TEDx Speaker Amjad Ali, […]

Leadership Seminar – NEW DETAILS

*UPDATED INFO* This year our leadership event will take an exciting twist. This half day seminar will be split into two audiences – with one session designed for aspiring leaders, and the other session designed for existing leaders. For those looking to take the next steps up into educational management, the seminar will provide self development […]

Curriculum as a Social Justice Seminar: Closing the Attainment Gap

With an increasing focus by OFSTED on the curriculum as a vehicle for minimising inequalities, schools will be particularly aware of the renewed incentive for ensuring their intent for curriculum design is clear and obvious. This masterclass will assist schools in highlighting ways in which social justice is woven within their activities, both curricular and […]

SEND Conference: High Quality Assess, Plan, Do and Review!

The 2019 SEND Conference will provide an invaluable opportunity for SENCOs and Leaders, across all phases, to update their SEN knowledge and improve the provision within their setting. Through high-quality keynote speakers, the day will inspire delegates with a national SEND update and support delegates to evidence pupil progress effectively. Supporting workshops, and a closer […]

Educational Psychology Conference 2019

This year’s Educational Psychology Conference will provide an invaluable insight into the psychological wellbeing of children, young people and staff within schools. Professor Tamsin Ford from the University of Exeter will be sharing her research into the effectiveness of services and interventions to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people, alongside […]

Register Now! Apprenticeships Live with the Devon County Council Apprenticeship Team – Monday 29th April at 10am

  Not long to go until Devon County Councils Apprenticeships Live broadcast! Make sure you’re registered for the live stream: Join the 15 minute broadcast with Gemma Vine our Apprenticeships Adviser, Matthew Roke who is an ex Step In Apprentice and Molly Grenfell one of our current Office Support Apprentices as they discuss the […]

23 April 2019

Devon Inclusion Toolkit

We are very pleased to announce the launch of The ‘No Need to Exclude’ Toolkit to support staff in reducing exclusions. The toolkit includes information about interventions to support children and young people at risk of exclusion.

23 April 2019

North Molton Primary School

Following completion of the statutory consultation process, Cabinet has approved the proposal to lower the age range of: North Molton Primary School from 4-11 to 2-11 from 25 April 2019.

The Exe Valley Federation

Following the completion of the statutory consultation process, the proposals to lower the age range of: Newton St Cyres (Community) Primary School from 4-11 to 2-11 Cheriton Fitzpaine (Community) Primary School from 4-11 to 2-11 have both been approved by DCC’s Cabinet and implemented from 1 April 2019. As previously notified, please also note that […]

The Mix Festival 2019

Wednesday 26th June 2019 | Dartington Hall | 10:00 – 16:00 The Mix is Devon Music Education Hub’s annual schools’ music festival giving children and young people – and staff who work with them – the chance to be inspired by new musical experiences. This event gives thousands of pupils the opportunity to take part in a range […]

School Business Managers Conference

Annual conference for School Business Managers and Senior Administrators, a wide range of information workshops and an opportunity to talk to many suppliers. Agenda attached. Booking and further information.

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition (QCEC), managed by The Royal Commonwealth Society since 1883, is fortunate to have Her Majesty The Queen as its Patron, as represented by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, who launched the QCEC in Ghana this autumn in addition to hosting the 2018 QCEC Award Ceremony, meeting the inspiring young winners […]

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