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In this video update John Rees, an experienced teacher, trainer and consultant with more than 25 years educational leadership experience, will discuss what the guidance document means for schools and colleges and how they will be expected to adapt to changes in the tier system.
In this webinar, Alex Grady, Education Officer for nasen, will explore the different areas of potential impact that children with SEND are likely to have experienced and what schools can do to ensure a smooth transition.
In this video update we discuss the published guidance and what schools should be taking into account if introducing a cluster or hub model and how it can be safely implemented in line with social distancing measures.
On the 11th May, the DfE released their guidance for schools, colleges and early years providers on what actions they need to take to ensure they are ready for reopening on 1st June.
In this video update, The National College will discuss the recently published guidance and what this means for schools and colleges.
On the 17th April, the DfE released their guidance on the funding and financial measures that have been put in place to help support different types education, early years and children’s social care providers.
In this video update we will discuss the recently published guidance and how COVID-19 has changed the 2019/2020 accountability arrangements for schools and colleges moving forward this year.
On the 1st April, the DfE updated their guidance around how the coronavirus outbreak affects newly qualified teachers (NQTs) and their induction period.
In this video update we will discuss what this guidance means for schools and explains how they can take advantage of the measures the DfE have brought in to provide uninterrupted access.
In this video update we discuss what this guidance means for parents and carers. He will offer advice around implementation and simple steps they can take to support their children’s mental health as best they can during this difficult period.
FREE: In this webinar Christina Leath, an experienced Head of Safeguarding and subject matter expert, will explore key points from the guidance and discuss how schools should look to strengthen current safeguarding practice and continue to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their children.
FREE: The published guidance helps to provide clarity around which schools, nurseries and colleges will need to provide the information, the type of information required and the rationale behind it. It also provides guidance around completing the record of children in attendance online form.
FREE: This video update will discuss the recently published guidance, what this means for education settings and how they can implement a joint approach towards social distancing alongside parents and pupils themselves.
FREE: In this video update, John Rees will discuss what measures the DfE advise for different early years settings, the support they can expect and how they can play their part under the current circumstances.
FREE: On the 22nd March, the DfE released guidance for schools on maintaining educational provision for vulnerable children. That is, those children who have a social worker or with an education, health and care (EHC) plan.
FREE: In this video update, The National College will pick out the key points from the guidance and discuss what, in practice, this means for colleges, post-16 further education providers and indeed the students themselves.
FREE: In this video update, The National College will discuss the recently published guidance and impact this will have on students, providing an invaluable insight into how the DfE and Ofqual will look to work together over the coming months.
FREE: In this video update, The National College will discuss the recently published guidance and what impact this may have on school governors, headteachers, senior leaders and relevant teaching staff.
FREE: In this video update, John Rees an experienced teacher, trainer and consultant with more than 25 years educational leadership experience, will discuss the recently published guidance and what this means for parents and carers.
FREE: This webinar provides school leaders, headteachers and mental health leads with practical advice and guidance around supporting the wellbeing of their school community during self-isolation.
FREE: This webinar will help provide governors, school leaders, subject leads and teachers with practical steps around protecting school staff and children against the uncertainty of coronavirus.
A guide to help everyone think about some of the positive steps they can take to establish and keep good mental wellbeing.
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