HCSS Financial Planning Software - School Budget Planning Tool
HCSS Financial Planning Software FPS School Budget Planning Tool
EYFS - Twilight Assessment Cluster for Schools and Early Years Settings (St Andrew's Primary)
Bookings for - St Andrew's Primary School (20th Feb 2018)
EYFS - Making the most of Maths Through Games
This practical session offers the opportunity to explore Mathematics through a range of games.
This one session is aimed at all practitioners working with the age range 3-5.
Delegates are requested to bring along a copy of ‘development matters’ , ‘What to expect when’ and a favourite game that you have played with children.
The 'making the most of' sessions are a chance to meet with practitioners, share good practice, and take away practical ideas that work, to enhance your continuous provision. They will have particular focus on supporting the progress vulnerable children, including boys, funded children, BME and EAL.
EYFS - Child Protection Training - Foundation Level
Foundation Child Protection is for all those working with children, young people and adults/carers. Applicants should of completed induction via their organisation prior to attending this (for Childminders this means completing the Introduction to Childminding Practice Course).
Numbers are limited to 25 people. We will initially take 1 free place per year if you are a Early Years Hub Member. If you require more places the cost will be £17.50 for each extra place - please contact email@example.com
The network meets three times a year to deliver updates on national and local developments and provides a forum for discussion on topical items relevant to school governance and education. It provides an opportunity for chairs to meet and share good practice or bring matters of common concern to meetings for discussion. The agenda will include
• update on national developments since the last network meeting
• recent experiences of academisation or joining a MAT and Ofsted inspection
• planning ahead in the absence of clear government education policy: opportunity or threat?