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EAST BCU Serious Violence Summit round-up event (13 February 2020)
17 Jan
We are writing to invite you to the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge Councils East BCU Serious Violence Summit round-up event on 12 February 2020 at LondonEast Business and Technical Park, Rainham Road South, Dagenham, RM10 7FN. The aim of the event is to collectively discuss what has been learnt from previous events, trends and challenges along with visions for stronger networking and partnership working across the East area to ensure we make long-term positive impacts for serious violence across East London. This will be the fourth event the East BCU has seen with Barking & Dagenham's Summit in January 2019, Redbridge's in April 2019 and Havering's in November 2019. The event will be attended by number of key leads across a range of services including MP's, councillors and senior professionals. Numbers are limited so please reserve your space by clicking here and complete the registration process. Should you have any difficulty with the link, please contact Barking and Dagenham CSP at CSP@lbbd.gov.uk and we will assist. *****
Exclusion Training for Head Teachers
13 Jan
We are holding training for Exclusion Reviews in the Town Hall on Tuesday, February 4th, and would like to extend the invitation to any Head Teachers who may be interested. Please let me know if you require any further information. Many Thanks, Jacqui Barr Jacqui.Barr@oneSource.co.uk
The Annual Traded Services Customer Satisfaction Survey 2019/20 is Now Live!
13 Jan
FAO: Headteachers, School Business Managers, Chairs of Governing Bodies It’s that time of the year again! It is important to us that you are satisfied with our services so each year we ask for feedback on your experience through the completion of a short survey. This survey will allow us to assess how well we have done in 2019/20, and your honest feedback also helps us to improve so the more detail you can provide, the better. The survey is now live on the portal and can be accessed via the ‘to do’ list section on your school’s landing page once you log in. Multiple individuals can complete the survey depending on who is most qualified and has enough knowledge about the particular service provision being rated, therefore, we recommend a collaborative approach with input from headteachers, the chair of your governing body, business/finance/operations lead and any other relevant staff that may need to be consulted. Remember that you will be able to dip in and out of the live survey and save your ratings and comments to be continued at your convenience. The survey will be open for completion between Monday 13th January and Friday 28th February 2020. Thanks in advance for your participation. *****
Did your child get their free flu vaccination?
07 Jan
Did your child get their free vaccination? On Wednesday 8th January 2020, Vaccination UK are holding a catch-up clinic for any child in Reception to Year 6 (aged 4-11 years in Primary School) who may have missed their free annual flu vaccination at school. Levels of flu are expected to peak this month, and it is not too late to get vaccinated. Come along to Hornchurch Library 44 North St, Hornchurch RM11 1TB between 3:30 and 5:30pm to get your child’s free vaccination if they haven’t already had it. For any queries about these clinics please contact: Vaccination UK Havering on Tel: 0203 432 1971 Email: havering@vaccinationuk.co.uk
Friends of HES Referral Programme
06 Jan
Are you happy with a service or services you’ve received from HES? Why not recommend us and earn a reward for your school with our Friends of HES Referral Programme? As an existing HES customer, we truly value your business with us and support over the years. We know that our loyal customers have been our champions and have played a key part in helping us grow and remain successful year after year. You see the professionalism and value we continue to offer schools - now it's time to tell your friends! The Friends of HES Referral Programme is a chance to tell others about our services and your experience with us... And bag yourself a reward at the same time! Refer a non-Havering school or setting that is not yet an existing HES customer and, if as a result they purchase an annual contract worth £1,000 or more, you could earn yourself a tidy reward. It’s a simple and rewarding process for you and most likely the start of a beautiful friendship for HES and your referred school… So, what have you got to lose? For more details about the rewards you will receive and the terms of conditions, please log into the portal and go to: https://tinyurl.com/friendsofhes or email support@hes.org.uk. *****
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Training & Events

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21 Jan
Hsis Leadership and Management - Aspiring to Deputy Headship - Part 1
• Teaching Standards, including Performance Management; key roles and functions; using data; developing working relationships and team building; the deputy as a leader • dealing with parents, governors, external relations; chairing skills; mentoring and coaching; managing time; learning and teaching accountabilities; monitoring and evaluating strategies • filling in of application forms; interview techniques - including the do’s and don’ts of presentations at interview
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21 Jan
Hsis Safeguarding - Termly Update for Designated Safeguarding Lead (Spring 2020)
This session will enable those within the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead to appropriately fulfil their safeguarding responsibilities and the opportunity to obtain professional development and support.
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21 Jan
Hsis Assessment - New to Y2 - preparing for KS1 tests and teacher assessments
The course provides opportunities to become familiar with the current statutory requirements in relation to end of Key Stage 1 assessment and to discuss related issues. In particular schools need to ensure they are aware of national criteria and standards when making judgements. Therefore the course will also include opportunities to discuss and standardise nationally agreed samples of children's work. How will the pupils benefit? Children's learning will be accurately assessed and used to inform: • effective planning of Y2 teaching • reliable assessment of pupils' work
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21 Jan
Hsis NQT - EYFS/KS1 Safeguarding and Child Protection
• Signs and symptoms of abuse including neglect, physical abuse, emotional abuse and sexual abuse including sexual exploitation. Reporting mechanism for staff – concerns about a child • Whistleblowing – the role of the LADO (Local Authority Designated Officer) • Contact details for the MASH (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) and the LADO
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22 Jan
Hsis Leadership - Managing an Ofsted Inspection Effectively
It will cover the following aspects which will allow you to manage the inspection more positively and ensure that you are well-prepared and confident both ahead of 'the call' and during the actual inspection: - Planning ahead and preparing in advance: considering how you can ensure that your school and colleagues are ready and that you have a clear plan which is shared and understood in advance; - How to best manage the day of 'the call': things that must be done legally, how to manage staff anxiety and what the head teacher needs to do before the next day; - Taking control of the inspection day(s): managing the actual inspection effectively and being on the 'front foot'.