• Basic Awareness Child Protection

  • SWEET 2019 - *Revised Date 2nd October 2019*

  • Low Incidence SEN Training - 03 July 2019

  • Somerset Schools Vacancies - Now on the SSE website

  • Somerset Wellbeing Framework Celebration Event - Read More

  • Employing an NQT for 2019 – 2020?

  • School Refuse and Recycling Service - what can schools recycle?

  • 2019 School Holiday Camps

  • Adult Education Courses

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Training & Events

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19 Jun
Big Friendly Data: Somerset Education Technology Conference 2019
Keynote: Sue Finnigan of Sheffield City Council eLearning Service will set out why young people should learn about and use Big Data.  She will make links between computing, mathematics and online safety as she inspires us with the exciting projects she has been involved with and opportunities that we could offer our learners. Planned sessions for primary colleagues Flying Big Data: Pen Mill Infants and Julia Briggs, eLIM Active Big Data: Matt Mustafic, eLIM, Nancy Murdock, SASP and St Andrews Junior Personal Big Data: Amy Brittan, eLIM Visual Big Data: Julia Briggs, eLIM and Huish Primary with other South Somerset Primary Schools Mathematical Big Data: Janet Ross, West Monkton Primary Robotic Big Data: Dan Warner, OhBot Big Friendly Future: Planning for active outcomes with your learners Planned sessions for secondary colleagues Machine learning and AI: Beverly Clarke, Education Consultant Python to present data: Sue Finnigan, Sheffield City Council eLearning Service Developing subject knowledge with National Centre for Computing Education: Beverly Clarke NCCE SW coordinator
19
19 Jun
Early Years SENCO Workshop - Shepton Mallet
We will offer one 2 hour session each term covering a different theme, which will develop your skills, knowledge and confidence as an EY SENCO. The sessions this year will cover: • Learning to play; playing to learn • Developing listening and attention skills • Positive working with parents On completion of each session, you can download a Certificate of Attendance to add to your CPD folder. The workshops will be offered at several different venues across the county at different times so you can attend the session most convenient for you.
19
19 Jun
Exclusions - the role of the board
The session will aim to give clarity: - In regard to the statutory obligations of the board - On when the panel should meet and when there isn't a requirement to do so - In regard to the role of the clerk and the panel in the process - The remit of the panel in making their consideration
20
20 Jun
Supporting Pupils at Schools with Medical Conditions
The training will be split into two areas; the Taunton and Bridgwater dates will be for those covered by the Community Paediatric Nurses in Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust Hospital whilst the training dates in South Somerset will be for those covered by the Community Paediatric Nurses in Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
20
20 Jun
Early Years Inclusive Communication- STC Using the Environment to Support Communication
Each core module enables participants to develop their knowledge and understanding of the principles and practice of an aspect of Inclusive Communication. The three core modules are: • Communication Profiles Passport and Plans • Using the Environment to Support Communication • Learning 2 Communicate The purpose of this module: Using the Environment to Support Communication is to reflect upon the impact of the environment on communication. The aim is to provide learners with various strategies which may enable them to reflect on factors influencing communication in environments which are familiar to them at home at school or at work. Participants who complete this module should be able to make practical suggestions about ways to develop a multi-sensory inclusive environment in different contexts. The module will cover the following: • When and where children communication • Creating opportunities for communication • Reviewing good practice • Environmental audit • Differentiated provision • Inclusive communication strategies • Using gestures and signs as part of a multi sensory approach
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