• Havering Safeguarding Children Board Training Programme 2018-19

  • Supplydesk working in partnership with HES Brokerage Service

  • Free Reusable Resources & Assets online forum

  • Fire Equipment Servicing Price List 2018/19

  • Statutory School Census for secondary schools and academies 18 January 2018

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Havering Safeguarding Children Board Training Programme 2018-19
03 Apr
Havering LSCB's safeguarding training programme offers a wide variety of courses throughout the year to meet yours or your staff needs. This is to help safeguard and promote the welfare of children effectively. The opportunities available reflect different levels of responsibility, we offer training from Level 1 basic awareness to Level 3 advanced. Professionals across all settings and organisations who primarily work with children, young people and families can attend our LSCB courses free of charge. Our Training Programme provides courses, briefings, workshops and events with a focus on multi-agency training which complements training already available within your own setting. Serious Case Reviews highlight repeatedly the importance of working together and communicating effectively across agencies, multi-agency training gives you the added benefit and opportunity to learn about the roles and responsibilities of colleagues in other agencies and to consider how we can better work together to keep children safe. Our training programme for April 2018- March 2019 can be found on our website www.havering.gov.uk/lscbtraining. We encourage you to read in full before booking on to any of our courses. Places are given on a first come first serve basis.
Supplydesk working in partnership with HES Brokerage Service
21 Mar
Supply Desk Ltd are proud to announce their recent partnership with Havering Education Service to support the recruitment of high calibre Teaching and Support Staff across Havering and the surrounding boroughs. Supply Desk has been operating since 2002, when we launched the first agency management recruitment services within education. Supply Desk has worked with thousands of mainstream and special schools across England and Wales over the last 16 years, providing bespoke staffing solutions to individual schools, school groups, clusters and multi-academy trusts. During this time, we have developed unique approaches to working in partnership with schools which is predicated on providing high quality staff to raise standards in education whilst maintaining cost-effective solutions for our clients. Supply Desk are proud of our history as innovators in education and our vision to be recognised as such is reflected in the many ways we help schools to find the right staff. We respond with top quality candidates at the right time, matched to the right schools, suitable for each individual requirement. With an extensive branch network covering England and Wales, Supply Desk specialises solely in the education sector and is proud of a growing reputation for being the quality provider of education staff, helping schools meet their objectives. Our core recruitment services focus on providing cost-effective staffing solutions: · Staffing solutions for long-term and permanent recruitment · Short-term and emergency cover · SEN specialists for both mainstream and special schools · Overseas trained teachers (predominately from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Ireland) · Tuition and Intervention specialists, including tutors for 1:1 and small group tuition · A vast range of support staff, including teaching assistants, SEND staff, cover supervisors, · Tutors, behaviour specialists, SIMs trained staff, and more. Our website http://www.supplydesk.co.uk has more information about our services and a resources section for both schools and teachers. Our latest piece for schools on ‘How to Manage School Staffing Gaps’ is attached, offering advice on how to use outstanding vacancies to your advantage.
Free Reusable Resources & Assets online forum
01 Mar
We are delighted to let you know that an online forum has been created for Havering schools and settings called ‘Free Reusable Resources & Assets’. This communal area within the HES portal has been introduced to enable portal users to share and pool resources together for example, to swap or offer unwanted furniture, to borrow lights for school production… the options are endless! Interested schools and settings can make offers, post unwanted resources or respond to requests in the forum. To join the forum The forum can be found under the Communication section on the portal, then clicking on the ‘Groups’ heading at the far right of the page. Under the ‘My groups’ section please click on the ‘Free Reusable Resources & Assets’, you will be presented with a pop up message entitled Member Request. Once submitted, your request will be authorised by our Central Support Team. Please familiarise yourself on the discussion rules when joining and prior to participation. We hope that you find this forum valuable and useful. Should you have any questions or are having trouble in registering for the forum please contact the Central Customer Support team; E | support@hes.org.uk T | 01708 431561
Fire Equipment Servicing Price List 2018/19
08 Jan
Price list for for fire equipment servicing from 1st April 2018.
Statutory School Census for secondary schools and academies 18 January 2018
19 Dec
Statutory School Census for secondary schools and academies to be completed as at 18 January 2018 and submitted by 22 January
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25 Apr
First Aid at Work Course ( 3 days ) April 23-25th 2018
This course provides the practical skills required in most workplaces to become a confident first aider at work. It will develop both the ability and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies. It meets the standards required to help comply with Health and Safety (First aid) Regulations. Please note: A paediatric 'add on' course is available alongside this course and runs for a couple of hours on the final afternoon of the first aid at work course. The paediatric add on will give candidates the knowledge and skills needed to understand the different techniques required when performing first aid on infants and juniors. The paediatric add on is £45 and if you would like to include this as part of your course, it can be purchased by also booking the 'paediatric add on to first aid at work course' for the same dates as this First Aid at Work course. Course Summary: • First Aid Priorities • The Unconscious Casualty • Head Injuries • Airway & Breathing Disorders • Circulation Disorders • Heart problems • Wounds/Bleeding & Bandaging • Poisoning • Burns & Scalds • Fractures & Dislocations • Strains & Sprains • Spinal injuries • Diabetes • Epilepsy • Health & Safety
25 Apr
Hsis Computing - Primary Computing Subject Leader Development - Impact of Leadership
This half-day course is for computing subject leaders. There are three of these sessions over the year. Leaders can attend one, two or all three of them. These sessions focus on developing the skills and attributes of the subject leader. In this third session, we will be looking at how to keep leaders and governors informed of development and progress in your subject as well as how to manage the deployment of resources.
25 Apr
Extra Paediatric Module to First Aid at Work 23rd - 25th April 2018
This course add-on to the First Aid at Work course, enabled delegates to also have paediatric first aid skills. Course summary: • First Aid procedures relevant for Babies & Children • Choking protocols • Resuscitation protocols • The unconscious child • Specific child illness: • Croup • Sickle Cell • Meningitis • Febrile Convulsions • Health & Safety • New first aid regulations / procedures
25 Apr
EYFSP Meet the Moderator
Only attend if you will be receiving an EYFSP Moderation visit from the Local Authority. You will be informed by the end of the Spring Term.
26 Apr
Paediatric First Aid course ( 2 days ) 26 - 27th April 2018
Course Summary: • Planning for and dealing with first aid emergencies • Age appropriate resuscitation procedures • Recognising and dealing with shock • Recognising and responding appropriately to, - Anaphylactic shock - Electric shock - Bleeding - Cases of poisoning - Foreign bodies in eyes, ears and noses • Responding appropriately to, - Burns and scalds - Choking - Suspected fractures - Head, neck, back injuries - Eye injuries - Bites and stings - The effects of extreme heat and cold - Febrile convulsions • Recognising and responding appropriately to the emergency needs of children with chronic medical conditions including, epilepsy, asthma, sickle cell anaemia, diabetes • Recognising and responding appropriately to meningitis and other serious sudden illnesses