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Event code:
SCH/20/119
Starts:
Monday 23 November 2020 09:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
• For Designated Safeguarding Leads, designed to refresh and update knowledge on the Early Help and Child Protection Procedures.

• To understand DSL roles and responsibilities

• To understand how and when to make a referral to Family Front Door (FFD)

• To be confident when to share/not share and/or seek advice about information sharing

• To be confident in undertaking an Early Help Assessment

Cost: Free to schools who have purchased the Education Safeguarding Support SLA

Lunch is provided - please ensure all dietary needs are noted at the point of booking
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Session 1Monday 23 November 202009:00 - 16:00Virtual Delivery

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Event code:
SCH/20/271
Starts:
Tuesday 24 November 2020 09:00 - 12:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Is this your first-year teaching Reception aged children or do you find yourself in a Reception class after having spent several years further up the school where learning is not a play-based approach?
During this session we will explore how children learn, how you can help them meet needs through quality observations and the sharing of next steps, the importance of the characteristics of effective learning and how to inspire your children with exciting continuous and enhanced provision and fun interactions.
No question in Early Years is a silly one so please come along with a small list of questions that you would like answered.


Delivered by Gill Deakin

Cost: £40 + VAT per person

As the training will be delivered via zoom joining instructions will be attached to your CPD confirmation, please ensure these are forwarded to the delegate.
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Session 1Tuesday 24 November 202009:00 - 12:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/240
Starts:
Tuesday 24 November 2020 15:30 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Wellbeing for Education Return Covid-19: Supporting Resilience and Wellbeing of Students and Staff is being delivered virtually.

The training is free due to Worcestershire Children First securing a DfE funding grant

Places are limited to two per school, per course. If you wish to book extra these will added to the waiting list.

Session 1: we will be exploring the themes of resilience and wellbeing in order to create a shared understanding of: vocabulary and research around resilience and wellbeing; how the pandemic has impacted on the development of resilience and wellbeing; biological responses to stress and how the brain influences learning and behaviour; and different ways to promote resilience and wellbeing in schools following the pandemic.

Session 2: will have a more practical focus, exploring strategies that schools can employ to assess and promote resilience and wellbeing on an individual, group and whole-school level. In this session we will also outline local and national support services and resources which schools can access to enable them to foster resilience and wellbeing well into the future.

Trainers: Laura Jellicoe and Cathy Byng
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 24 November 202015:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 2Thursday 26 November 202015:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/230
Starts:
Wednesday 25 November 2020 13:15 - 15:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Well, you are a very lucky person if you have landed yourself a job as a TA in Reception, it’s a very privileged place to be where you can make a huge difference each day to every unique child you work with and play alongside.
However, it’s a whirlwind of a place to be, every minute is unpredictable, you’re told to go with the child’s interests in their play but you’re also given learning targets to meet in 17 areas of learning Then you’re asked to write an observation, sort the snack table, enable purposeful play in the construction area, facilitate the dough gym session, sort out 3 children with toileting needs, create a small world area (what’s that?), have a focus phonics group outside in the willow den, you look at your watch and it’s only just 9.30am, I wonder what the rest of the day will hold!

This session will explore some of the terminology we use in Reception such as continuous and enhanced provision, the importance of quality observations and their purpose, how to engage young children and how you in your role can ignite their learning and encourage them to reach their full potential, whatever their starting point is.

If you’ve got any questions whizzing around in your head, bring them along to this session where you may possibly get an answer – just your two most pressing ones though!!

Help is on its way

A fun and interactive session for TA's new to the EYFS



Delivered by Gill Deakin

Cost: £16 + VAT per person

As the training will be delivered via zoom joining instructions will be issued included as part of your confirmation
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Session 1Wednesday 25 November 202013:15 - 15:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/200
Starts:
Thursday 26 November 2020 09:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
• For Designated Safeguarding Leads, designed to refresh and update knowledge on the Early Help and Child Protection Procedures.

• To understand DSL roles and responsibilities

• To understand how and when to make a referral to Family Front Door (FFD)

• To be confident when to share/not share and/or seek advice about information sharing

• To be confident in undertaking an Early Help Assessment

Cost: Free to schools who have purchased the Education Safeguarding Support SLA

This course will be delivered via Zoom and instructions on how to join will be issued approx. 7 days before course date.
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Session 1Thursday 26 November 202009:00 - 16:00Virtual Delivery

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Event code:
SCH/20/226
Starts:
Thursday 26 November 2020 15:30 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
romoting Oracy and Talk for Learning in the Classroom. 'Talk is the sea upon which all else floats' James Britton. How powerful is this quote? When reflecting upon how children learn and demonstrate their understanding, without a doubt talk is a powerful vehicle. Children use talk to make sense of their learning, to reason, justify, question, persuade explore, describe and explain. Without talk as a tool for developing understanding and expressing oneself much learning may be lost or never consolidated. This session will enable particpiants to recognise the value and importance of talk and oracy in the classroom to support learning, will enable colleagues to be confident in planning and developing opportunities to promote oracy and talk for learning through a range of practical strategies/activities and seeks to deepen colleagues understanding of progression and expectations in using talk and oracy to promote learning.

Trainer: Rachael Baldwin

Cost: £25 + VAT
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Session 1Thursday 26 November 202015:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
CON/20/313
Starts:
Monday 30 November 2020 14:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Headteacher Briefing including key updates from Ofsted and Public Health.
Presentations from the WCF School Improvement Team looking at;
* Remote Learning
* Catch up funding
* Practical Ideas to support monitoring
* Resources to support teachers

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Session 1Monday 30 November 202014:00 - 16:00Virtual Delivery

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Event code:
SCH/20/227
Starts:
Monday 30 November 2020 15:00 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
This training is a two-hour session for Designated Safeguarding Leads and Safeguarding Governors.

The learning outcomes are DSLs will have a greater understanding of both the PREVENT strategy and recognizing the early identification of children and young children who are at risk of being radicalized. Prevent is part of the UK Counter-Terrorism Strategy ‘CONTEST’, aimed at preventing people being involved in or supporting terrorism.

Aims and Objectives:
• To understand the aims of Prevent;
• Consider who might be vulnerable;
• See why some people can influence and manipulate others to commit crimes;
• Recognise when a vulnerable individual may need help;
• To be clear about what support is available and who you should contact if you have a concern.

Cost: Free to schools who have purchased the Education Safeguarding Support SLA
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 30 November 202015:00 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/178
Starts:
Tuesday 1 December 2020 09:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
• For Designated Safeguarding Leads, designed to refresh and update knowledge on the Early Help and Child Protection Procedures.

• To understand DSL roles and responsibilities

• To understand how and when to make a referral to Family Front Door (FFD)

• To be confident when to share/not share and/or seek advice about information sharing

• To be confident in undertaking an Early Help Assessment

Cost: Free to schools who have purchased the Education Safeguarding Support SLA

This course will be delivered via Zoom or Microsoft Teams and instructions on how to join will be issued approx. 7 days before course date.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 1 December 202009:00 - 16:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/255
Starts:
Tuesday 1 December 2020 15:15 - 16:30
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
This course is designed as a ‘train the trainer’ course for SENCos and Inclusion Leaders.

It is intended that following this session, SENCos will disseminate this information to their wider school staff.

Aims and objectives:
• To ensure all staff in educational settings and wider teams working with schools develop a secure understanding of the Graduated Response, with the child and family at the centre
• To emphasise the role of class/subject teachers as teachers of all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities
• To better understand each aspect of the Assess-Plan-Do-Review cycle and roles and responsibilities within this process
• To explore effective ways of involving parents/carers and children and young people throughout the support process.

Trainer: Helen Pretty

Cost:
Universal Schools - £20 + VAT
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 1 December 202015:15 - 16:30Virtual DeliveryMap
 
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