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Event code:
SCH/20/228
Starts:
Wednesday 27 January 2021 15:30 - 17:30
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Safeguarding Children, young people and vulnerable adults is everybody’s responsibility. This raising awareness of Exploitation & Vulnerability course aims to raise your awareness of:

• Vulnerability
• Adverse childhood experiences
• Organised Crime Groups/Gangs
• Modern Day Slavery
• Consent for sexual activity
• Child Sexual Exploitation
• Criminal Exploitation
• Appropriate Language and use of
• National Referral Mechanism
• GDPR/Disclosure
• Pathways/ Diversionary/sharing of intelligence


Cost: Free to schools to attend, for DSL's and DDSL's
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Session 1Wednesday 27 January 202115:30 - 17:30Virtual Delivery

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Event code:
SCH/20/281
Starts:
Thursday 28 January 2021 15:30 - 16:30
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
For Wyre Forest Schools Early Years

Please accept an invitation to join this free Worcestershire schools early years briefing session. The briefing sessions this year have been arranged in districts to keep numbers manageable in this virtual world and hopefully to be able to address any local issues if necessary.

This briefing will share any local and national EYFS updates and new documentation as well as some key dates in the early years world. We will also explore some top tips on developing your EYFS Recovery plan and some of the aspects contained within, around your priorities.

If you have any specific questions that you would like addressed at the briefing please email gdeakin@worcschildrenfirst.org.uk at least 2 days before the briefing date.


Delivered by Gill Deakin
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 28 January 202115:30 - 16:30Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/183
Starts:
Friday 29 January 2021 09:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs
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 1Friday 29 January 202109:00 - 16:00Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

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Event code:
SCH/20/176
Starts:
Monday 1 February 2021 09:00 - 16:30
Venue:
Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs
About this event
Aims and Objectives:
• The Youth MHFA two-day course qualifies you as a Youth Mental Health First Aider. This aims to provide you with
• An in depth understanding of young people’s mental health and factors that affect wellbeing
• Practical skills to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues
* Confidence to reassure and support a young person in distress
• Enhanced interpersonal skills such as non-judgmental listening
• Knowledge to help a young person recover their health by guiding them to further support – whether that’s through self-help sites, their place of learning, the NHS, or a mix – engaging with parents, carers and external agencies where appropriate
• The ability to support a young person with a long-term mental health issue or disability to thrive
• Tools to look after your own mental wellbeing

Lunch is provided on both days - please ensure any dietary needs are noted at the point of booking

Cost: this course is heavily subsidised due to purchase the Education Safeguarding Support SLA. Price is £140 + VAT (£168 inc VAT)

Cost for Early Years Settings & Childminders - £100 + VAT(£120 inc VAT)
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 1 February 202109:00 - 16:30Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

RoomWorcester, off A449
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Session 2Tuesday 2 February 202109:00 - 16:30Worcestershire Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs

RoomWorcester, off A449
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Event code:
SCH/20/261
Starts:
Monday 1 February 2021 15:30 - 17:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
Following on from Rob Coe's publication of What makes great teaching?, during this session, colleagues will have the opportunity to discuss and develop their understanding of what makes for effective teaching and learning in the classroom. We will revisit aspects of quality first teaching, assessment for learning and review why they are central to the learning process.

Colleagues will also have an opportunity to review the Great Teaching Toolkit (published 2020) and Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction when considering a range of teaching, learning and assessment strategies that can be used day - to - day to enhance pupils learning and help to identify their next steps. The session will support colleagues’ self- evaluation of current practice and help to identify areas of strength and possible areas for further development.

This session is further supported by the optional session - How to improve your questioning?

Trainer: Rachael Baldwin

Costs:
Universal schools = £75 + VAT
Targeted: Focus / Intensive = FREE

When booking please quote U / F or I to ensure the price is amended accordingly
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 1 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 2Monday 8 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 3Monday 1 March 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/256
Starts:
Tuesday 2 February 2021 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 2 February 202115:15 - 16:30Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/246
Starts:
Tuesday 2 February 2021 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 2 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Session 2Thursday 4 February 202115:30 - 17:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
SCH/20/233
Starts:
Thursday 4 February 2021 15:30 - 17:30
Venue:
Church Lench C.E. First School, Evesham
About this event
Safeguarding Children, young people and vulnerable adults is everybody’s responsibility. This raising awareness of Exploitation & Vulnerability course aims to raise your awareness of:

• Vulnerability
• Adverse childhood experiences
• Organised Crime Groups/Gangs
• Modern Day Slavery
• Consent for sexual activity
• Child Sexual Exploitation
• Criminal Exploitation
• Appropriate Language and use of
• National Referral Mechanism
• GDPR/Disclosure
• Pathways/ Diversionary/sharing of intelligence


Cost: Free to schools to attend, for DSL's and DDSL's
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Thursday 4 February 202115:30 - 17:30Church Lench C.E. First School, Evesham

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Event code:
SCH/20/113
Starts:
Friday 5 February 2021 09:00 - 12:00
Venue:
Perdiswell Young People's Leisure Club, Worcester
About this event
• Increase awareness of the insidious nature of domestic abuse and the invisibility of coercion and control.

• Highlight the prevalence and statistics of domestic abuse

• Increase confidence to be professionally curious and to ask about domestic abuse in a way that makes it easier and safer for people to disclose.

• Increase understanding of victims’ responses to domestic abuse including why they may stay in an abusive relationship

• Explore the links between pregnancy and domestic abuse and the impacts on children both pre-birth and at various stages of development

• Consider the professional responsibility for positively impacting the resilience of children

• Explore the additional impacts on people from marginalised groups including adults with support and care needs, older people and LGBT and minority communities

• Highlight the need for a multi-agency approach and roles of agencies in relation to risk identification and management

• Increase knowledge of how to refer to relevant services when appropriate, including referral to local and national specialist services for victims and perpetrators.

Cost: Free to schools who have purchased the Education Safeguarding Support SLA
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Session 1Friday 5 February 202109:00 - 12:00Perdiswell Young People's Leisure Club, WorcesterMap
Event code:
SCH/20/129
Starts:
Monday 8 February 2021 15:00 - 17:00
Venue:
Southcrest Hotel, Redditch
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 8 February 202115:00 - 17:00Southcrest Hotel, Redditch

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