• Science and Engineering: What Wiltshire has to offer event

  • All the fun of the fair at science and engineering event

  • School Funding Bulletin - October 2018

  • Purchasing Head Teacher Perfomance Management (HTPM)

  • MOD Education Support Fund 2018/2019

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

  • 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

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Health and Safety
Providing support and reassurance to know that responsibilities can be identified and met.
This service helps schools to meet its statutory duties under health and safety legislation. Accidents and incidents can be costly; not only in terms of the harm and injury to staff, children and visitors but also in disruption to lessons and activities and in insurance claims and the reputation of your school.

Having an experienced team of professionals to call upon will provide reassurance and direction to the senior management team in an area where you only get one chance to get it right.
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Training & Events

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05 Nov
SEND Mini-Conference 2018/2019 - Breaking The Patterns
3. Breaking the patterns – Children and young people with SEND and fixed term exclusions (Three locations - Chippenham, Salisbury & Trowbridge) An opportunity to explore options and choices around fixed term exclusions. Fixed term exclusions continue to be used more frequently across Wiltshire’s schools, with a particular rise at Foundation and KS1 and again at KS3 for children and young people with an EHCP or on SEN support. So, we will be looking at a number of complex cases, seeing how they were worked through and how different approaches changed outcomes for children/young people with SEND. There will be opportunities for you to discuss cases you are working on and meet professionals to talk through ways ahead.
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05 Nov
Essential Updates for Experienced Governors
Aims of the day: • To provide an update on key changes to and developments in education – and what they mean for governors • To explore examples of effective practice in governors’ core functions • To share ideas and experiences with governors of other schools
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07 Nov
SEND Mini-Conference 2018/2019 - Breaking The Patterns
3. Breaking the patterns – Children and young people with SEND and fixed term exclusions An opportunity to explore options and choices around fixed term exclusions. Fixed term exclusions continue to be used more frequently across Wiltshire’s schools, with a particular rise at Foundation and KS1 and again at KS3 for children and young people with an EHCP or on SEN support. So, we will be looking at a number of complex cases, seeing how they were worked through and how different approaches changed outcomes for children/young people with SEND. There will be opportunities for you to discuss cases you are working on and meet professionals to talk through ways ahead.
07
07 Nov
Maths Primary Subject Leader Network Meeting
The Primary mathematics network meetings will continue to support Subject Leaders to strengthen colleague’s subject knowledge and pedagogy when delivering the national curriculum and provide materials to support planning and assessment. The team continues to work with the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics and have achieved the Professional Development Accredited Lead to deliver the National Curriculum. In addition Wiltshire is now on the steering group for the local maths hub and works closely with a further two hubs to ensure we can access cutting edge materials to support the teaching of mathematics.
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07 Nov
National PSHE CPD Programme
This course will enable participants to: ' Gain a good understanding of how to plan and deliver effective PSHE lessons; ' Achieve the national qualification in PSHE education, accredited by the University of Roehampton. This programme is designed for all Wiltshire schools, including academies. Primary and secondary PSHE teachers will be given priority. It is also open to other professionals delivering PSHE in Wiltshire schools - School nurses, Police officers, Youth workers, Fire safety officers.
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