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OD - Policy Development
Core Services - Organisational Development - Policy Development
We keep abreast of changing employment / case law and national terms and conditions of employment and monitor necessary changes in local terms and conditions of employment. Where necessary and appropriate, we will create, update, maintain and review all HR policies, procedures and guidance.
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10 Sep
Designated Safeguarding Lead Training
To provide delegates with the information needed to carry out the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead/Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.
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13 Sep
Bridges to Success - Taking the best of Literacy interventions into a Quality First Classroom
At the end of the course participants will: At the end of the course participants will feel more confident in ensuring that the benefits of well-founded interventions are not limited to small group or one-to-one use. Participants will leave with a range of strategies that will develop Quality First Teaching for all students.
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16 Sep
Calmer Classrooms
At the end of the course participants will: • Gain knowledge of “low level” interventions to regulate emotional responses • Be aware of a range of strategies and resources that are available in school
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18 Sep
Supporting Pupils with Additional Needs (Secondary)
At the end of the course participants will: • Understand how students learn. • Have an appreciation of the types of data to advise their work. • Have looked at the skills necessary to develop good relationships with students. • Be equipped with a variety of ways to support students learning.
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23 Sep
ADHD Friendly Schools
At the end of the course participants will: • Be able to identify children who may be ADHD, differentiate according to needs and offer appropriate interventions. • Have experience of a wide range of resources that will enhance learning. • Recognise an ADHD friendly classroom and school environment.