• Dance Fitness - DDMIX Competition

  • School term and holiday dates - responses required by 08/02/19

  • Science and Engineering: What Wiltshire has to offer event

  • School Funding Bulletin - December 2018

  • Only a few places left on the Primary/Secondary Engineers Teacher CPD!

  • Traveller 101 Training still open for booking

  • Spare Auto Adrenaline injectors in Schools (Epi-Pens)

  • School Funding Bulletin - November 2018

  • The role and value of creativity and creative thinking in our education system - Durham Commission

Featured Provider icon

Featured Service

Provider logo
Road Safety
Working to reduce casualties on Wiltshire's roads and encourage safe, active and responsible travel.
Road traffic collisions account for around 35% of all childhood deaths and around one third of children are obese or overweight at the age of 11. We offer practical training and advice to school communities to enable children, young people and their families to understand and respond to risk when using the roads and to empower them to choose active travel options as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Featured Training icon

Training & Events

08
08 Jan
Ensuring children meet the expected standard in writing at the end of Y6
This afternoon workshop will ensure Y6 teachers understand what makes an expected standard writer at the end of Y6. It will give teachers the opportunity to unpick the TAFs, especially regarding coherence as well as give them the opportunity to peer moderate the writing of their own students.
09
09 Jan
Ensuring children meet the expected standard in writing at the end of Y6
This afternoon workshop will ensure Y6 teachers understand what makes an expected standard writer at the end of Y6. It will give teachers the opportunity to unpick the TAFs, especially regarding coherence as well as give them the opportunity to peer moderate the writing of their own students.
10
10 Jan
Ensuring children meet the expected standard in writing at the end of Y6
This afternoon workshop will ensure Y6 teachers understand what makes an expected standard writer at the end of Y6. It will give teachers the opportunity to unpick the TAFs, especially regarding coherence as well as give them the opportunity to peer moderate the writing of their own students.
14
14 Jan
Ensuring children meet the expected standard in writing at the end of Y6
This afternoon workshop will ensure Y6 teachers understand what makes an expected standard writer at the end of Y6. It will give teachers the opportunity to unpick the TAFs, especially regarding coherence as well as give them the opportunity to peer moderate the writing of their own students.
15
15 Jan
Youth Mental Health First Aid (One Day)
This course is being run by Kate Hindley, Educational Psychologist and Hayley Cook, CAMHS practitioner. Course content: Mental health and mental ill health, stigma and discrimination, the five steps of mental health first aid, depression, suicide, non-judgmental listening skills, anxiety, self-harm, eating disorders, and psychosis. The course is a mix of presentation, group discussions and group work activities. Instructors provide a very safe learning environment.
Additional Text icon

Follow us on twitter