• Educational Psychology (EP) traded time from September 2018

  • School Funding Bulletin - July 2018

  • Virtual School Update - Summer 2018

  • Information regarding return of First Rush Data for KS4 and Post 16 Results for 2018

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

  • Bikeability training now available to book for 2018-19

  • Fully Funded Teacher Training and Resources - deadline extended

  • Music subject lead role description

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

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Plan and deliver a variety of tailor made training packages on topics related to social/emotional and behavioural issues to a wide range of school staff
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Whole school behaviour audits in order to help develop robust school behaviour policies and systems
Support with transition planning from early years and into secondary provision
Advice and support through attendance at Primary Emergency Annual Reviews (PEARS), Multi Agency Meetings (MAMs) and CAF/TAC Review Meetings
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Educational Psychology (EP) traded time from September 2018
17 Jul
Please remember to request your EP traded time by Thursday 19 July 2018 so that we can confirm your order by Thursday 26 July 2018.
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.
Virtual School Update - Summer 2018
17 Jul
Information regarding PEP's & Pupil Premium & general Virtual School Updates.
Information regarding return of First Rush Data for KS4 and Post 16 Results for 2018
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
Master of the Queen's Music supports Secondary School music in Wiltshire
06 Jul
Master of the Queen's Music and award winning composer Judith Weir was in Devizes this week to talk with and encourage the work of Wiltshire Secondary Music teachers at a CPD event coordinated by Wiltshire Music Connect. Alongside colleagues from exam boards, arts organisations, and other schools, Judith Weir (whose role is broadly comparable to that of Poet Laureate) was optimistic about the future of music in schools and keen to encourage teachers’ networking and innovative ideas particularly around composition and music's contribution to well being amongst young people. “We were delighted to have Judith as one of our guests at this event." said Sophie Amstell of Wiltshire Music Connect, "Judith has been touring the country observing music in schools and her perspective as a national figure and established creative composer with a very broad interpretation of what music and creativity can achieve was really valuable for us all." Wiltshire Music Connect is the music education hub for Wiltshire and supports approx 85% of schools in the county with a range of support services including subsidies, CPD and School Improvement tools. School Leaders and Teachers can sign up for bulletins and details of support here
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