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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.
The guidance provides detailed information on the next steps schools should take in preparation for the first phase of wider reopening and covers the priority issues that schools are likely to encounter during implementation.
It also signposts their supplementary guidance ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19): implementing protective measures in education and childcare settings’ which explores how schools should ensure effective risk and infection control and the measures they should take both before and after reopening.
In this video update John Rees, an experienced teacher, trainer and consultant with more than 25 years educational leadership experience, will discuss what guidance documents mean for schools and colleges and how they will be expected to adhere to government policy around COVID-19 within their educational setting.
5 starsA very informative review of the guidance so far.samantha warrington, - Eastlands Primary School
Concise and InformativePresentation was well delivered in terms of pace and content. I was able to jot down action points to take to ensure school is as safe as possibleJonathan Shirt, - Richard Bonington Primary
N/ALorraine GarnerWatts, - Poole High School
Pertinent updateRelevant update on the last DFE guidance.Ana Lia Da Silva Ferreira, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
very goodRobert Smith, Teaching assistant - Victoria School
Thank you for going through this with us. You explained it better in this short time than anyone has in the last week. Stay safe.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
The Dof E guidance on COVID 19 outlined and explainedAn extremely detailed informative webinar. I feel better informed and await how my school will implement the guidance.Nichola Byrne, Year 1 class teacher - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
A useful webinar involving current guidelinesCaroline Morley, TA - University Academy Long Sutton
How to listen,communicate with both parents and staffThis is very informative and excellentPaulina Cristian, Support staff - Pield Heath House School
Covid 19 wider openingThis webinar succinctly reviews all the advice to date from government. Sensible and well thought through presentation. Clearly, what the government states and the reality may well be different but the official plans that the general public are being told at the moment are well covered in this webinar.Richard Stroud, - The Forest High School
DfE Guidance on ‘Actions for education and childcare settings to prepare for wider opening from 1 June 2020’Found it to be very informative and helped me to understand all of the different elements.Michele Shield, - Ferndown Middle School
Great clear informationBreaking down the government guidelines was so helpfulJackie Jackson, - Our Lady of Grace Catholic Infant and Nursery School
very goodinformation very goodSarah Nichols, Non-teaching - Queen Katharine Academy
A reassuring and well delivered guide to returning to our schoolsI found this video well put together and well structured. The speaker had the most calming voice which was nice considering the difficult topic. I would advise any teacher returning to work from the 1st of June to spend 45 minutes with a cup of tea watching this video.Robert Lester, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
In this video update, Stefan Fusenich a qualified inspector and DfE Advanced Teaching and Learning Coach, 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.
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