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Event code:
SCH/22/020
Starts:
Tuesday 1 March 2022 09:00 - 10:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
INTENT is a smoking prevention programme delivered as 2x hour long lessons each year for 4 years, from Y7 to Y10 which reduces smoking initiation by engaging adolescents with anti-smoking messages. They then create Personal Plans (or “Implementation Intentions”) about how to refuse an offer of cigarettes. More information can be found here https://intent.evidencetoimpact.com/

Schools wishing to access this programme are required to ensure that:
1. all staff delivering the lessons attend a 1 hour training session
2. they feedback annually on the numbers of pupils who receive the sessions and
3. deliver the programme as per the training to ensure that the outcomes in schools are the same as the research trial.
Please note the above are requirements of the INTENT license

Audience: Teachers in middle and secondary schools (Y7 to Y10) who will be delivering the INTENT programme and lessons to pupils.

Cost: Free to attend

Delivery: Virtual, via MS Teams, with joining instructions issued with your CPD confirmation

Trainers will be either Clare Charlton or Lisa Bradbury
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 1 March 202209:00 - 10:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/21/489
Starts:
Tuesday 1 March 2022 13:30 - 15:30
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
FOR MAINTAINED SCHOOLS ONLY

To provide a complete overview of the Imprest Account process and how this integrates with the E5 system. Schools will receive practical instruction and be guided on both theoretical aspects, whilst also being able to see the process displayed on E5 itself. The course will explain the purpose of the Imprest Account, administration, and security, making purchases and obtaining receipts, accounting for VAT, reconciliation, and completing claims.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 1 March 202213:30 - 15:30Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
SCH/21/593
Starts:
Wednesday 2 March 2022 15:30 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
WCF and partners who specialise in supporting mental health and wellbeing across Worcestershire are working together to provide a programme of CPD and support for Designated Mental Health Leads (DMHL) across all educational settings in Worcestershire. DMHL termly network meetings will form part of this support where current information regarding services can be shared and staff development workshops can be delivered.

Free to attend

Alternative Provision and Specialist focussed
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 2 March 202215:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/21/643
Starts:
Wednesday 2 March 2022 13:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
To engage in a professional discussion about GDS in writing at KS1

To review a range of pupils’ work to identify features of writing that demonstrate they have achieved GDS

To consider how we might plan sequences and provide effective formative feedback to pupils to help them secure GDS
This session will revisit the expectations for GDS at the end of KS1. Colleagues will review a range of exemplification materials and revisit each of the teacher assessment framework objectives for GDS. Colleagues will have opportunities to consider how to plan sequences to support GDS writers and will develop further their confidence in making accurate judgements about our own pupils’ work.

Trainer - Jane Howard

Cost - £52 + VAT
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 2 March 202213:00 - 16:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/21/490
Starts:
Friday 4 March 2022 09:30 - 12:30
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
FOR MAINTAINED SCHOOLS ONLY

To provide an overview of Financial standards in school, budget planning, funding from the Local Authority, CFR and Benchmarking. To look at expected Expenditure and Income and where to budget. Management of school surplus balances and budget deficits. Finally, an overview of the Collaborative Planning, Budget Setting Model which is used by maintained schools to set their budgets
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Friday 4 March 202209:30 - 12:30Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
SCH/21/644
Starts:
Monday 7 March 2022 13:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
To engage in a professional discussion about GDS in writing at KS2

To review a range of pupils’ work to identify features of writing that demonstrate they have achieved GDS

To consider how we might plan sequences and provide effective formative feedback to pupils to help them secure GDS
This session will revisit the expectations for GDS at the end of KS2. Colleagues will review a range of exemplification materials and revisit each of the teacher assessment framework objectives for GDS. Colleagues will have opportunities to consider how to plan sequences to support GDS writers and will develop further their confidence in making accurate judgements about our own pupils’ work.

Trainer - Jane Howard

Cost - £52 + VAT
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 7 March 202213:00 - 16:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/21/561
Starts:
Tuesday 8 March 2022 13:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Perdiswell Young People's Leisure Club, Worcester
About this event
Audience – Teaching Assistants in Early Years

Focus: - Understanding the power of the characteristics of effective teaching and learning, how children in the early years learn and develop these characteristics every day and what role does the adult need to play in order to give the children confidence to develop these skills.

The characteristics of effective learning are all about how children learn, and we need to ensure that all adults who work with young children understand the critical role these characteristics play in the EYFS and how they link to the four principles of Early years – unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments, learning and development.
• What are they
• why are they important
• how DO children learn
• what do they look like in every minute of every day for each unique child
• how can adults promote these characteristics within the enable environments

This course will take you on that magical journey of a 4-year-old, where will we find inspiration, what will motivation look like, how do you provoke exciting learning and when you have seen all of this in a child’s learning, what do you do with that knowledge?

Cost - £30 + VAT per delegate
Trainer - Gill Deakin
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 8 March 202213:00 - 16:00Perdiswell Young People's Leisure Club, WorcesterMap
Event code:
SCH/21/590
Starts:
Wednesday 9 March 2022 15:30 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
WCF and partners who specialise in supporting mental health and wellbeing across Worcestershire are working together to provide a programme of CPD and support for Designated Mental Health Leads (DMHL) across all educational settings in Worcestershire. DMHL termly network meetings will form part of this support where current information regarding services can be shared and staff development workshops can be delivered.

Free to attend

Secondary focussed
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 9 March 202215:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/22/006
Starts:
Wednesday 9 March 2022 13:30 - 15:30
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
On average, 1 in every 29 children will be bereaved of a parent or sibling. That’s one in every class. Yet many professionals receive no bereavement training and are unsure how to support grieving children and young people in their care. This collaboration between Winston’s Wish and Worcestershire Public Health will provide an overview of some of the issues around childhood bereavement. We aim to build your skills and confidence in supporting children and young people.

COVID-19 has resulted in many children and young people experiencing unexpected bereavement. In addition, children and young people have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

Attendees will have an understanding of:
• The impact of bereavement on children and young people (including traumatic bereavement)
• Developmental variations of grief - how the age and stage of a child’s development can affect the way in which they grieve
• The needs of bereaved children
• What do I say? How do I help?: Practical ideas and activities for supporting children with their grief

The training will focus on either first/primary ages or middle/secondary/college ages.

Max 1 place per school – numbers will be monitored, and any additional bookings made will be moved to the waiting list
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Wednesday 9 March 202213:30 - 15:30Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/21/547
Starts:
Monday 14 March 2022 09:00 - 12:00
Venue:
Worcester Racecourse
About this event
Audience – EYFS leaders, teachers. TA’s, Year 1 teachers, Heads, members of SLT

Course information
“Moderation of EYFS profile assessments should be a collaborative process with colleagues. This supports the quality assurance of teacher assessment judgements and provides a valuable opportunity for professional development.” “It is important for teachers to build a shared understanding of the EG’s and the EYFS statutory framework.”

In accordance with the Childcare Act 2006 LA’s must offer training in EYFS assessment and the completion of the EYFS profile summaries to all providers that need it.

LA’s must ensure that EYFS providers understand and follow the requirements set out in the EYFSP Handbook by providing:
• Advice on all aspects of assessment at EYFS
• Training, including on agreement trialling.”
Early Years foundation stage profile handbook DfE.pages 20 and 21

Cost - £30 + VAT per person (regardless of number of places booked)
Trainer - Gill Deakin
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 14 March 202209:00 - 12:00Worcester RacecourseMap
 
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