STA standardisation materials now available
The STA have released standardisation materials for general distribution. They can be used to support training and to widen the sample of exemplification materials used by teachers when making their KS2 writing teacher assessment judgements.
We are very pleased to publish the 2015/16 support offer from the Music Service, Health Education Service and Learning and Assessment Service. Hard copies will be sent to all schools but a download and ‘flipbook’ are available on http://www.servicesforeducation.co.uk
Local Authority Headteacher Briefings
The summer term local authority headteacher briefings will be on
- Wednesday 17th June 2015- 8. 00am-10.00am at Beeches Management Centre, Selly Oak Road, Bournville, B30 1LS
- Monday 22nd June 2015- 3. 00pm-5.00pm at The Pavilion, Moor Lane, B6 7AA
To book your place please email email@example.com.
Reading and Mathematics Interventions for Key Stages 1 and 2
We will be holding a briefing for Head Teachers and Senior Leaders on Wednesday 10th June 2015 at Warwick House for those schools interested in finding out more about this highly successful suite of Edge Hill university programmes designed to support primary pupils struggling in mathematics and in reading. To book a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
On 5th March Parkfield Community School won the main National Award for Primary Schools at the 2015 Pupil Premium Awards. We are delighted for the school and very pleased to see the schools usage of the S4E training on the Edge Hill suite of mathematics interventions highlighted by the award judges.
Full information is available here http://www.parkfield.bham.sch.uk/Pupil-Premium-Awards-Winners
For information on the intervention training please contact Denise.email@example.com
SLT Research Interest Group
If evidence informed teaching is to become a reality we need to create time and space to engage with the research evidence. But more than that, we need to be able to discuss the research collaboratively and especially, how to translate research into practice in the classroom? The HES, in collaboration with BCU (Birmingham City University), is proposing a forum for SLT members to meet to discuss research topics – akin to a book club.
The sessions will be free to attend. First meeting of the SLT Research Interest Group will be on Thursday 2nd July 4 – 6pm Venue: HESTC, Midland Croft, B33 0AW Topic: What Makes Great Teaching by Professor Rob Coe (Available from Sutton Trust website)
If you are interested in joining the group please contact Dr Sandra Passmore, Education Adviser firstname.lastname@example.org
Services for Education are able to support schools and settings fulfil their requirements around Safer Recruitment. We have fully accredited trainers, who are expert in bringing the new national training to life. The training is delivered in partnership with school and governor support, and is available at two different sites across the city. We are also able to accommodate requests for in school training, and we would be happy to discuss your requirements with you.
For further information please look on the services for education web site for course dates or contact email@example.com
Public Health England – Promoting children and young people’s emotional health and wellbeing A whole school and college approach
This document sets out key actions that headteachers and college principals can take to embed a whole school approach to promoting emotional health and wellbeing. These actions are informed by evidence and practitioner feedback about what works. They build on what many schools and colleges are doing across the country but, if applied consistently and comprehensively will help protect and promote student emotional health and wellbeing
Opportunity for 16-19 year olds to inform Birmingham Public Health
Fed up of assumptions being made about the challenges and pressures of health that young people face? Tell us what you think needs to change and drive policy around Public Health and help communicate important messages about health to the future of Birmingham.
Public Health are looking for young people between the ages of 16 and 21 to contribute to a 2 day consultation event. The initial Meeting: Thursday 18th June, 10am-12pm, Committee Room 6, Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham, B1 1BB
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @healthybrum