• Headteacher Briefings 2019-20 - now available to book

  • MOD Education Support Fund 2020

  • Information regarding return of KS4 and Post 16 First Rush Data Results 2019

  • The Journey of Life and Death

  • Outdoor Education Provision 2019

  • Science and Engineering: What Wiltshire has to offer event

  • DfE RSE and Health Education guides for parents.

  • Make Your Mark 2019 - the UK’s largest youth consultation - register by 18/7/19

  • DfE Healthy Schools Ratings Scheme

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Sensory Impairment, Physical and Medical Service
The Sensory Impairment, Physical and Medical Service is part of the 0-25 SEND Service made up of the Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment and Physical and Medical Needs teams. The Service is comprised of qualified teachers of the visually impaired, qualified teachers of the deaf, specialist advisory teachers for physical and medical needs, specialist support assistants and VI rehabilitation workers. We work to promote the educational inclusion and achievement of children and young people with a significant visual or hearing impairment or physical /medical needs.
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Training & Events

06
06 Sep
Education Visits Co-ordinator Revalidation and Update (EVC Update)
Learning objectives To build on and increase participants knowledge and understanding of: • How high quality LOTC experiences can support, enrich and extend teaching and learning. • The legal framework, policies, procedures and guidance relating to the effective management and delivery of LOTC experiences, including day, residential, adventurous and overseas activities. • The roles, responsibilities, competence and confidence required of everyone involved in the planning, management and delivery of LOTC experiences. • The commissioning and managing of the relationship between school and an LOTC Provider. • The appropriate management of risk via risk/ benefit analysis and a simple risk assessment process. • The importance of informed parental consent; medical information and First Aid provision; inclusion and equal opportunities considerations when planning LOTC experiences. • The role of the EVOLVE system in planning, managing, authorising and evaluating LOTC experiences.
16
16 Sep
Term 1 Headteacher Briefing - East Region
The session will provide headteachers with a general update covering local and national issues.
17
17 Sep
Term 1 Headteacher Briefing - West Region
The session will provide headteachers with a general update covering local and national issues.
18
18 Sep
Term 1 Headteacher Briefing - North Region
The session will provide headteachers with a general update covering local and national issues.
19
19 Sep
Term 1 Headteacher Briefing - South Region
The session will provide headteachers with a general update covering local and national issues.
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