The Education Outcomes and Intervention Team facilitate school networking by providing a package of three full day meetings across the academic year to enable subject leaders to: Share successful practice; have updates on national and local curriculum developments; further develop their leadership skills.
Registration for the CyberFirst Girls Competition 2020 opens on Monday 2 December 2019. Free to enter, the competition looks for 12-13 year old girls (Year 8 in England and Wales) to form teams, in order to take on an online round of puzzles and challenges, all related to the world of cyber security.
During the summer holidays the Schools Team were contacted by emergency services because school alarms were going off, by contractors who had arranged to carry out work on school sites but could not access school premises and by the Safeguarding Team who needed to arrange emergency meetings - in a number of instances emergency contact details were out of date making it difficult to resolve school problems quickly.
Please find at the following link, a letter from Lord Agnew, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the School System. The letter is addressed to Directors of Children’s Services with the request that it is then distributed across all state schools in their areas. The letter provides information for local authorities, academy trusts and schools regarding EU exit preparations, and includes links to the latest published advice from the Department.
The ‘Safe Teen Relationship Education and Empowerment’ Team or ‘STREET’ is launching in Gloucestershire.
STREET Gloucestershire, named by local young people, is a new service providing support for 13-19 year olds who are affected by teen relationship abuse or have been affected by domestic abuse within their family.
Head teachers, Deputy Head Teachers, PSHE co-ordinators, Tutors, Pastoral Support - GHLL requests your help on behalf of NHS Gloucestershire CCG who developed the ‘On Your Mind’ website in 2016 www.onyourmindglos.nhs.uk/ This includes a range of self-help, advice and support for young people’s Mental Health. The time has come to revamp the website and we need the help of your students!
Officers from the Education Inclusion Service met with a number of head teachers last academic year to discuss the issues around seemingly high numbers of children leaving the school for the stated reason of Elective Home Education.
Under the Education (School Teachers’ Appraisal) (England) Regulations 2012, Governing Boards in maintained schools have a statutory duty to appoint an external adviser for advice and support on the headteacher’s appraisal.
One of the major challenges that we face in society is to continually raise awareness of Hate Crime, highlighting the real issues that we face and its impact upon those either directly or indirectly affected.
As part of Gloucestershire Safeguarding Children Board’s on-going commitment to Gloucestershire Schools through traded services, we are pleased to announce new dates for the drop in sessions for the Single Central Record throughout the coming academic year.
The award-winning Gloucestershire IMPACT Team consists of Specialist Senior Educational Psychologists and C&I Advisory Teachers. They work together on ‘including and motivating pupils with autism and communication needs.’