• Training Courses 2018-2019

  • Pupil Premium Self/Peer Audit Tool

  • Research evidence for reading recovery

  • Headteacher Appraisal

  • Outdoor Education Service

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Outdoor and Environmental Education
Providing high quality, inclusive outdoor and environmental education across all Key Stages
The Outdoor and Environmental Education service (OEE) offers your pupils the opportunity to experience high quality outdoor learning at a range of day and residential centres. These are located in Nottinghamshire and The Peak District National Park, each venue allowing unique settings and well-resourced activities led by highly qualified and experienced staff
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20
20 Sep
**INVITE ONLY** Deputy/Assistant Headteacher Induction - Introductory Meeting
This will give you an opportunity to discuss your induction and to meet other newly appointed deputy and assistant headteachers.
24
24 Sep
CRB Training
Training includes ways of avoiding or defusing situations in which physical intervention might become necessary as well as methods of physical intervention. This is particularly important for staff who work closely with pupils with SEN and/or disabilities associated with extreme behaviour.
24
24 Sep
Subject Leadership: Developing the Coordinator Role
With the Ofsted focus on schools providing a broad balanced curriculum and the effectiveness of middle leadership, this course has been designed for core and foundation subject leaders to help them develop their role and ensure they make a positive impact on outcomes.
25
25 Sep
**INVITE ONLY** Headteacher Induction - Welcome Meeting
There will be an opportunity to: • Network with other newly appointed headteachers • Explore your induction entitlement • Complete a needs audit • Input into the outline of the core offer of training sessions from the local authority • Find out about Heads count. You will need to bring a fully charged laptop for this event.
25
25 Sep
Essential Guide to NQT Induction - Primary
Aims: • To welcome NQTs to NCC. • To inform NQTs of the support provided by the LA during their induction year. • To clarify the entitlements of NQTs during their induction year. • To provide an opportunity to meet other NQTs. • To provide opportunities to discuss issues relating to the induction year with other NQTs. Key elements: • To increase knowledge and understanding of the induction year with reference to Nottinghamshire’s context. • To be informed of the programme of support provided by Nottinghamshire LA.
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Training Courses 2018-2019
12 Sep
Our training events for 2018-2019 are now available to book. To view our new events click here
Headteacher Appraisal
11 Sep
Headteacher Appraisal The East Midlands Education Support Service provides a Headteacher Appraisal Service The service we offer includes: ?Pre-meeting preparation including review of data, SEF, academy/schoolimprovement plan and review against 2017-2018 objectives. ?Half day visit to review objectives 2017-18 and support appraisal governors to setnew objectives, success criteria and monitoring arrangements. ?Prepare the draft appraisal statement for the HT and appraisal governors to finalise. ?Provide a summary report of activity to the Chair of Governors to share withthe Full Governing Body and copy to the Headteacher. Cost: Schools with an allocated adviser (1 day) £600 Schools without an allocated adviser (1.5 days) £900 Mid-year review £300 To purchase this service 1. Login to www.em-edsupport.org.uk 2. Go to Services 3. Select Leadership and Management 4. Click on Buy Now 5. Select the appropriate service from the list 6. Click Add to basket 7. Go to the shopping basket 8. Click on Proceed to checkout under Packages and Services
Pupil Premium Self/Peer Audit Tool
11 Sep
Nottinghamshire’s Pupil Premium Self/Peer Audit Tool has been designed and developed with the help of local schools and partners as part of Nottinghamshire’s well-established ‘Closing the Educational Gaps’ Strategy which aims to ensure all children and young people have the opportunity to fulfil their potential whatever their background. The purpose of this audit is to provide school leaders (and governors) with a self or peer evaluation framework to evaluate the impact of use of Pupil Premium funding to raise the attainment, achievements and aspirations of children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in their school. Schools are encouraged to adapt the audit tool templates to suit their school’s needs and auditing approach. To find out more go to our Pupil Premium Service page. http://www.em-edsupport.org.uk/pupilpremium
Research evidence for reading recovery
11 Sep
The Institute for Effective Education has rated Reading Recovery as STRONG evidence for primary reading. Link to the IEE blog - https://the-iee.org.uk/2018/04/11/e4i-focus-on-reading-recovery/ Nottinghamshire LA are proud providers of Reading Recovery Teacher Training and CPD. For more information please contact: Nicola.lawson@nottscc.gov.uk Paula.burrell@nottscc.gov.uk
Outdoor Education Service
22 Nov
The Outdoor and Environmental Education service (OEE) offers your pupils the opportunity to experience high-quality outdoor learning at a range of day and residential centres. These are located in Nottinghamshire and The Peak District National Park, each venue allowing unique settings and well-resourced activities led by highly qualified and experienced staff. To find out more about our services visit our service pages