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LBHF and Lyric Secondment Opportunity

9 October 2019

Hammersmith and Fulham Council (on behalf of The Primary Learning partnership) and Lyric Hammersmith Theatre wish to invite applications for a one day per week secondment starting January 2020. Interviews: 8 November 2019

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Hammersmith and Fulham launches free school meals pilot scheme

7 June 2019

Breakfast and lunch to be made available to all pupils regardless of family income.

A scheme to offer pupils free school breakfast and lunch irrespective of income has been launched in an attempt to tackle the growing food poverty crisis in parts of the UK. For more information, click here.

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Getting Ahead London Programme

6 June 2019

Getting Ahead London – open for middle and senior school leader applicants. See e-guide, mini video clips and application forms here, extended deadline of 14 June.

  • If you’d like to step up to headship, but aren’t sure how to get there, then apply to the Mayor’s Getting Ahead London programme for senior leaders in primary and secondary schools and colleges (including special schools and AP/PRU).
  • We will also be piloting a small cohort for middle leaders being supported into senior school leadership.
  • A place on this scheme will give you prestigious, bespoke coaching, mentoring and work shadowing to help you to become a London head or principal.
  • It us being run by Challenge Partners and is proving a successful approach. See one our exec head coaches talking about it:https://twitter.com/ChallengePartnr/status/1128273751592845314?s=03

 

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A New Direction – Creative INSET programme

1 May 2019

A New Direction’s 2018/19 INSET programme offers a series of full-day CPD sessions for teachers at any stage of their career working in primary, secondary and special schools.

Click here for more information

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Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools Survey 2019

30 April 2019

Welcome to the inaugural report of the Mental Health and Wellbeing in UK Schools.

The 21st Century brings a unique set of challenges to leaders in our education system. Years of funding reforms, austerity and an increasing complexity of needs have combined to cause a minefield of barriers for them to overcome in order to create a mental health friendly ethos for their pupils. Click here for more information Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools Survey 2019

 

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LBHF Education SLA 2019 – 2020

29 April 2019

Now that H&F’s sovereign education service has been established and embedded, we are offering an innovative and wider range of services. We have developed our wider offer with schools, and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your collaboration on this exciting journey. Thanks to this hard work we are now in a position to accept memberships for the inaugural year of the Learning Partnership. This will be an umbrella membership group delivering bespoke services dedicated to the needs of the individual school, with peer to peer support at the heart of the model: CPD, workforce reform, teaching and learning developments. Click here to download the latest SLA  LBHF Education SLA

 

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Multi-Agency Safeguarding and Child Protection (level 3)

10 April 2019

This full-day workshop includes a range of scenarios designed to explore the various risks children and young people face in our communities. There is more in depth knowledge around legislation and the child protection process is explored. The thresholds of intervention (early help, child in need and child protection) are examined and the referral process is outlined.

This workshop is suitable for those practitioners who work directly with children or parents. Those who attend this workshop should have a basic understanding of safeguarding and what to look out for (as in level 1 above) but they do not have to have attended the above course with the LSCB.

This course content is refreshed regularly and some practitioners are mandated to attend yearly. The other full-day specialist courses (below) can also meet this yearly update requirement. The half-day refresher (directly below) may also satisfy this. Please discuss with your safeguarding lead or manager if you are unsure.

For more information, click here.

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Active kids are healthier, happier and more successful.

18 March 2019

They perform better in their classrooms, communities and future careers. That’s why ukactive Kids and Nike have launched Active School Hero, to recognise the achievements of those people working in primary schools across greater London who are helping to get kids active.

We would really appreciate your help in promoting Active School Hero within your boroughs and across your networks to encourage people to nominate – the initiative will identify ‘heroes’ in every one of London’s boroughs.

Nominations are free of charge and you may nominate as many Heroes as you would like. It can be any school staff member in a London primary school who helps kids be active; from the lollypop lady, teaching assistant and librarian to the catering staff, active travel lead or the after school activities manager. The nominations will close on April 8th at 11:59pm.

Nominations can be made through the website https://activeschoolhero.com/ and please see below for the toolkit to promote the award through your networks and feel free to share the attached posters:  ttps://activeschoolhero.com/ASH_Digital_Toolkit.zip

Social media links below:

  • Twitter: @activesch_hero
  • Facebook: @activeschoolhero
  • Instagram: @activeschoolhero
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Education Secretary sets out vision for character and resilience

11 February 2019

Character and resilience are as crucial to young people’s future success as academic qualifications, Education Secretary Damian Hinds said today. Click here for more information.

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Natural History Museum – Teachers Advisory Panel

31 January 2019

The Natural History Museum is recruiting Primary and Secondary Science teachers for a new Teachers Advisory Panel for our exciting new project, Gardens. Through this programme students will design and investigate their own citizen science projects. Student projects will have a real-world impact on science, interaction with real scientists, and develop student’s skills in thinking scientifically. Teachers will be able to attend a CPD session to help guide their class through the process, and then submit the student’s projects for CREST awards and other recognition.

 

Your role as a member of the Teachers Advisory panel will be to contribute your teaching expertise as we design, develop and test the workshop and CPD sessions over the next year. Sometimes this will be through face-to-face round table meetings, at other times it will be through emailed surveys or short phone calls. It is a really exciting, innovative project and you will have the opportunity to help us shape it, and add a huge amount of value to the process.

If you are interested in being part of the panel, please contact Joe Sullivan, London Partnerships Manager at joe.sullivan@nhm.ac.uk

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