• Return of First Rush Data for KS4 (23 August) and Post 16 (16 August)

  • Braeside and Oxenwood activities - book now for the autumn term

  • MOD Education Support Fund 2018/2019

  • Science and Engineering Fair - 16 October 2018

  • School Funding Bulletin - July 2018

  • Master of the Queen's Music supports Secondary School music in Wiltshire

  • Bikeability training now available to book for 2018-19

  • Music subject lead role description

  • Outdoor Education Centres will stay open to the end of December 2018

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MOD Education Support Fund 2018/2019
15 Aug
MOD Education Support Fund 2018/2019 On 24 July 2018, the Secretary of State for Defence announced that there would be an extension of the Education Support Fund (ESF) on a limited basis for an additional two years. The fund will consist of £3 million in 2018/2019 and £2 million in 2019/2020. The ESF is open to Local Authority maintained schools, Academies and Free Schools in the UK which are attended by Service children whose parents are subject to exceptional mobility and/or deployment. There are several criteria that you will need to meet should you wish to apply to the ESF and these can be found within the grant application pack, a link to which is below. Bids open on Friday 14 September and close at 6pm on Friday 19 October 2018, the application form can also be found within the grant application pack. If you require any further information about the background to the ESF, eligibility criteria for applying or guidance on completing the application form, please refer to the link below https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/mod-support-fund-for-schools-with-service-children-grant-application-pack
Science and Engineering Fair - 16 October 2018
27 Jul
Science and Engineering: What Wiltshire has to Offer is an exciting and inspirational event taking place in The Atrium, County Hall in Trowbridge on 16th October 2018. AM - The morning session is free for teachers and school leaders to attend. Starting at 9am, special guests, speakers and presenters will share their enthusiasm for the subject with you, highlight good practice already taking place in our area and direct you towards resources and organisations to support you with inspiring the next generation of scientists and engineers. PM - The late morning/afternoon session is for teachers, students and pupils. Opening at 11.30am, The Atrium at County Hall, Trowbridge will be full to overflowing with exhibitors, stands and activities for young and old to engage with. Please note - Both the morning and the afternoon sessions are free to attend, but due to anticipated high demand please contact the Events Team as soon as possible to confirm your attendance for the morning session, and/or to reserve your chosen time slot for your pupils/students at the Fair in the afternoon – events@wiltshire.gov.uk Please see attached invite for further information.
Braeside and Oxenwood activities - book now for the autumn term
25 Jul
You may be aware there has been a great deal of publicity over the future of both Braeside and Oxenwood in recent weeks. We want to assure you that these outdoor education centres will be open as usual for the rest of 2018. Please see attached flyer for further information on popular activities and details of how to book for the autumn term.
School Funding Bulletin - July 2018
17 Jul
Each month we publish the school funding bulletin; this bulletin lists all the new and currently open funding opportunities as well as highlighting opportunities which are closing soon. Please see the attached document for the funding bulletin. The next one will be released early September.
Return of First Rush Data for KS4 (23 August) and Post 16 (16 August)
11 Jul
The Post 16 and KS4 data is due on 16 and 23 August 2018 respectively – it is very important that the return is with the LA by midday on these dates. The purpose of the collection of early data is to provide: an early view of how well students achieved across Wiltshire for internal sharing within WASSH and for the LA information for the LA to be able to produce a county wide view of performance in order to produce a Wiltshire press release for the media on results days
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