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24 events found.
Event code:
GOV/22/190
Starts:
Tuesday 13 September 2022 10:00 - 12:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
This course aims to
• ensure that Governor Reviewers have a knowledge of the new appraisal regulations for Headteachers
• ensure governors have an understanding of their role and responsibilities regarding Headteacher Appraisal
• develop an understanding of the procedures to be followed for successful appraisal to take place.
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Session 1Tuesday 13 September 202210:00 - 12:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
SCH/22/281
Starts:
Tuesday 20 September 2022 16:00 - 18:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
A two-hour course delivered virtually that will look at what is a Single Central Record (SCRF), why we need a SCR, who is responsible for the SCR and what are the statutory requirements from Ofsted.

Audience: Anyone reviewing or managing the Single Central Record (SCR) for example Business / Finance Manager, Safeguarding Governor, Head or Deputy Head, administrative staff.

Cost: £45 + VAT per delegate. This course is currently NOT subsidised by the Education Safeguarding SLA

Trainers: Denise Hannibal and Hayley Doyle
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Session 1Tuesday 20 September 202216:00 - 18:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
GOV/22/191
Starts:
Tuesday 27 September 2022 16:00 - 18:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
This course aims to ensure that Governors:
- have a knowledge of process of Headteacher recruitment from start to finish, and who should be involved and when
- understand what procedure they must comply with, giving an overview of their legal obligations
- understand how to organise and structure the Headteacher interviews and activities for the day
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Session 1Tuesday 27 September 202216:00 - 18:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
GOV/22/290
Starts:
Tuesday 4 October 2022 16:00 - 18:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
New Governor Induction Training comprises three training sessions and each session develops one of the three modules of the National Training Programme for Governors.
The first module looks at the process of governance, the overall role and responsibility of governing bodies and focuses on the way the governing body determines the strategic direction of the school.
The second module clarifies how governors challenge and support the school by being a 'critical friend'. It focuses on the monitoring and evaluation aspect of the governor's role.
The third module explores how the governing body, as the body with overall responsibility for the school, holds the school to account and is itself accountable to the parents and wider community for its work.
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 4 October 202216:00 - 18:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Session 2Tuesday 11 October 202216:00 - 18:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Session 3Tuesday 18 October 202216:00 - 18:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
GOV/22/297
Starts:
Wednesday 5 October 2022 18:00 - 20:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
This course is aimed to focus the governors on where they see the school in the next 3 to 5 years time. This strategy sits above the School Development Plan. This session will facilitate governors thinking regarding their aims, values and trajectory of travel to have a structure that is fit for purpose ensuring the viability of the school in the current climate.
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Session 1Wednesday 5 October 202218:00 - 20:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
SCH/22/359
Starts:
Tuesday 11 October 2022 16:00 - 18:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
A two-hour course delivered virtually that will look at what is a Single Central Record (SCRF), why we need a SCR, who is responsible for the SCR and what are the statutory requirements from Ofsted.

Audience: Anyone reviewing or managing the Single Central Record (SCR) for example Business / Finance Manager, Safeguarding Governor, Head or Deputy Head, administrative staff.

Cost: £45 + VAT per delegate. This course is currently NOT subsidised by the Education Safeguarding SLA

Trainers: Denise Hannibal and Hayley Doyle
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Session 1Tuesday 11 October 202216:00 - 18:00Virtual DeliveryMap
Event code:
GOV/22/299
Starts:
Wednesday 12 October 2022 14:00 - 16:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
What is statutory? How has the new guidance impacted on learning in your school?
What have we learnt and how has it changed your monitoring role?

The Department for Education changed the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in September 2021. There was lots for each school to embrace and now, one year on we can reflect upon the changes and the impact they are making.
The government says the changes will improve outcomes for all children, but particularly the language and literacy outcomes for disadvantaged children. There are significant changes to the educational programmes, the ELG’s,and to the assessment and moderation process for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile.
The DfE says that the changes are intended to:
• make all 17 ELGs clearer, more specific and easier for teachers to make accurate judgements
• focus on strengthening language and vocabulary development to particularly support disadvantaged children
• strengthen literacy and numeracy outcomes to ensure all children have a good grasp of these areas of learning in preparation for year 1
• ensure the ELGs are based on the latest evidence in childhood development
• ensure they reflect the strongest predictors of future attainment.
All schools and settings have started to implement these changes these changes now according to the needs of their own school and Governors should be informed of how the changes will impact on provision and the way progress will be reported to them. We’ve learnt many lessons over the last 12 months, and a lot of good is coming out of the new reforms.
The changes to assessment and recording are still requiring a big change of mindset and practice and at this training session we will be able to explore these changes and discuss what it will mean for individual schools and specifically for you as Governors.
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Session 1Wednesday 12 October 202214:00 - 16:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
GOV/22/293
Starts:
Monday 17 October 2022 09:30 - 15:00
Venue:
Worcester Woods Country Park
About this event
This course is designed for new Chairs/ Vice Chairs/ Chairs of Committees and those governors who wish to prepare for the role of Chair or need a refresher. The focus of this programme is on the particular skills and knowledge needed to lead and motivate governing bodies to achieve the shared vision for the school and contribute to school effectiveness and improved pupil achievement. It uses a variety of learning approaches and emphasises the practical application of knowledge and skills.

*Lunch Provided
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Monday 17 October 202209:30 - 15:00Worcester Woods Country Park

RoomMeadow Room
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Session 2Monday 14 November 202209:30 - 15:00Worcester Woods Country Park

RoomMeadow Room
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Event code:
GOV/22/298
Starts:
Tuesday 18 October 2022 16:00 - 18:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
What you need to know about Health and Safety within your school.
' Understanding your role as a Health and Safety Governor, specifically your responsibilities and duties in all school types (e.g. maintained, academy, foundation, etc)
' Introducing health and safety legislation, including regulations, approved codes of practice and recognised standards
' Explain 'so far as is reasonably practicable' and what this means in practice
' Understand the risk assessment process
' Where you find information that is useful and practicable for your role and school
' How to carry out your duties as a Health and Safety Governor
' Provision to ask as many questions as you wish and share good and not-so-good
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Session 1Tuesday 18 October 202216:00 - 18:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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Event code:
GOV/22/295
Starts:
Tuesday 1 November 2022 18:00 - 20:00
Venue:
Virtual Delivery
About this event
The aim of the course is to develop governors’ understanding of their statutory responsibility to monitor and evaluate the work of the school through the strategy of governor visits, including class observations, develop a greater awareness of the wide range of opportunities for governor visits, including formal and informal visits, share good practice in relation to the protocols for visits: things to do before, during and after a visit, creating the correct impression and atmosphere, reporting outcomes to the full governing body, governor visits policy and raise awareness of how governor visits support the governors in meeting Ofsted requirements.
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Session 1Tuesday 1 November 202218:00 - 20:00Virtual Delivery

RoomMicrosoft Teams
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