• Introduction to Mindful Emotional Coaching - Click Here

  • Understanding Autism in the Early Years

  • DofE Residential 2019 - 28th May - 1st June 2019

  • Assessing EAL Learners: What to use and how to do it


  • Conducting Workplace Investigations - 14 Mar 2019

  • The Role of the Early Years SENCO

  • New Position - SEND Operational Manager x 2

  • Education Safeguarding Service Children Missing Education & Off Roll Training

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Somerset Partnership Teaching School
Harnessing best practice and local talent to enhance educational opportunities for all pupils.
The Somerset Partnership Teaching School (SPTS) is a creative, dynamic organisation that works collaboratively with an alliance of partner schools and other organisations to provide high-quality training and support for school improvement in Somerset and beyond.
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26 Feb
Headstart programme
HEADSTART will give new Headteachers the opportunity to explore a range of management issues and to meet professionals who can support your work. Each session will have an agenda developed by the group, but will include: relationships with staff, Governors and parents; building effective teams; how to really know your school and plan effective school improvement activities.
27 Feb
Primary NQT Induction Training and Development
Delivery 7 face to face sessions: Professional development, networking, action planning 2 peer school visits, action & reflection based on personal development needs
27 Feb
New Clerks Induction Training
The morning session covers all generic aspects of clerking across all phases and types of school such as: Annual cycle of meetings and planning the year Agendas Minutes Terms of Reference for committees In the afternoon, the session will cover specific areas specific to clerking at a maintained school or academy - such as appointment of governors/trustees, Instrument of Government and Articles of Association.
27 Feb
ELSA – South Somerset/Mendip
ELSAs are trained to plan and deliver programmes of support for pupils in their school. The majority of ELSA work is expected to be delivered on an individual basis, but sometimes small group work might be appropriate. ELSAs might be asked to work with pupils who appear anxious, shy, sad, or angry. They might also support children to develop social skills, friendship skills, or self-esteem.
27 Feb
Barnardo's Cygnets Core Programme (Primary) - South Somerset Area
To provide families of children with Autism information and understanding about Autism and its management /support available to meet the child/young person’s needs and developmental level. The course is delivered over six, three hour sessions and takes place in a supportive environment where parents/carers can share advice and experiences. The course covers 6 areas, including: • An Overview of Autism • Understanding Autism – how children think and learn most effectively. • The Four key areas of difference • Social Skills and Communication • Sensory processing Differences • Understanding Behaviour • Supporting and Managing Behaviour
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