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School Safeguarding Training
The Safeguarding and Child Protection Lead for Schools and Education in The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster City Council is located within the Safeguarding Team, managed by the...
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Training & Events

23
23 Jan
Deputy and Assistant Headteacher Personal Development Afternoon
Agenda to be confirmed
23
23 Jan
NQT KS1 & KS2: Grammar Subect Knowledge and Planning
In this session, NQTs will explore how to teach and learn grammar in interactive, inclusive and engaging ways to develop and inspire children’s writing as well as prepare them for the end-of-key stage tests. NQTs will explore and experience a range of teaching strategies and resources to teach grammar in meaningful contexts with direct application in pupils’ writing. NQTs will develop their subject knowledge and be confident.
23
23 Jan
SLCN Learning Workshop - Comic Strip Conversations
Suitable for Primary and Secondary Schools
23
23 Jan
SLCN Learning Workshop - Introduction to Blank’s Question Levels
Suitable for Primary Schools
23
23 Jan
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
This is an opportunity for free training which is open to all staff working in state funded schools and colleges within Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea. The Thrive LDN YMHFA two-day course will equip school/college staff (working with children and young people aged 8-18) with the knowledge, skills and confidence to identify and assist young people experiencing mental health issues on a first aid basis. Each school and college are encouraged to have a minimum of two Youth Mental Health First Aiders. To qualify as a Youth Mental Health First Aider, members of staff will need to attend both days of a two-day training course (dates below). YMHFA training courses are designed to promote early intervention and support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people in schools/colleges. As a result, children and young people are better able to get the support they need at the earliest opportunity.