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On the 24th April, the DfE released their guidance for schools, colleges and other education providers looking to introduce a cluster and hub provision during COVID-19.
The guidance provides information on what arrangements should be made for those considering shared provision through multi-school or provider cluster or hub arrangements. It includes details to aid decision making around aspects such as safeguarding, SEND, free school meals and funding.
In this video update John Rees, an experienced teacher, trainer and consultant with more than 25 years educational leadership experience, will 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.
ThanksWe are considering Hub / Cluster to this was welcome thank youDenise Robertson, TA - Kettlebrook Pupil Referral Unit
N/ACarly Newell, TA - University Academy Long Sutton
Lots of useful information.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Covid 19This was a straightforward, easy to understand presentationDawn Sleight, Teaching Assistant - Withernsea High School Humanities College
COVID 19This was straight forward, easy to understand presentation.Diane Bosman, Teaching Assistant - Withernsea High School Humanities College
In this webinar, The National College will explore what effective scaffolding looks like and how schools can develop and successfully implement different techniques into teaching practice to ensure improved school outcomes.
In this webinar, The National College will explore how schools can develop a communication strategy that provides parents and carers with the support they need and will help to encourage increased attendance at school and engagement with catch-up learning.
In this webinar, The National College will discuss how schools can develop high-quality intervention programmes that will help pupils who need targeted support during the catch-up curriculum and will provide them with the best opportunity to reach their full potential.
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