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Schools Library Service
We can help children to develop a love of reading for pleasure and information, enabling you to maximise their potential.
The Schools Library Service aim is to support school in improving children’s educational and life prospects by developing a love of reading and helping schools and children develop their skills and kn...
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14 Jul
Online Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) - Safeguarding and Child Protection Training
It will also provide up to date information following any recent changes to national guidance or developments in this area, including lessons to be learned from recent Serious Case Reviews (nationally and locally), as well as covering the legal and procedural framework for safeguarding pupils. Attending this session will enable all DSLs to fulfil the requirement outlined in the Department of Education Statutory Guidance “Keeping Children Safe In Education” September 2018. Trainer: The trainers for the session will be Di Donaldson, Bi Borough Safeguarding Lead and Hilary Shaw, Bi Borough Senior Adviser School Inclusion
18
18 Sep
Paediatric First Aid 4
This course content meets Ofsted requirements for first aid training in Early Years settings. All learners receive a paediatric first aid manual. The blended paediatric first aid course is in two parts: Part 1 involves completing our interactive e-learning module and can be done any time before you attend the face to face training. You will be sent a link to the e-learning module when you book this course. Part 2 is a one-day face to face course where you will learn and demonstrate all the practical sections of the course. Subjects covered include: • Role of a first aider, accident reporting and the first aid box • Action planning in an emergency • Unconscious baby or child • Infant, child and adult resuscitation (CPR) • Infant, child and adult action for choking • Head injuries • Allergic reactions and anaphylactic shock • Treatment for bleeding, shock and burns • Treatment for sprains, strains and fractures • Poisoning, bites and stings • Eye, nose and ear obstructions • Childhood conditions • Asthma and respiratory infections • Diabetes, Sickle Cell Anaemia, • Meningitis • Epilepsy and Convulsions • Hypo/Hyperthermia
21
21 Sep
Providers Forum (VIRTUAL)
This is a forum to share updates, new initiatives and publications. The forum explores a range of items like national and local initiative, updates from Ofsted through network opportunities. It is the best place to get answers to all the questions you may have.
22
22 Sep
Out of Schools Forum (VIRTUAL)
This is a platform for out of school providers to meet and network. Work collaboratively on childcare offer after school. Share updates, plan together.
22
22 Sep
School Business Managers Network Meeting
The network meeting includes regular updates from HR, Finance as well as ad-hoc udpates from other services and organisations. An agenda is emailed to the network a week or so before each meeting and brief notes are circualated by email following each meeting. To join the SBM email group please email school.standards@rbkc.gov.uk. Previous meeting notes and resources can be found in the SBM Resource area - please click Resources above.
23
23 Sep
Paediatric First Aid 1
This course content meets Ofsted requirements for first aid training in Early Years settings. All learners receive a paediatric first aid manual. The blended paediatric first aid course is in two parts: Part 1 involves completing our interactive e-learning module and can be done any time before you attend the face to face training. You will be sent a link to the e-learning module when you book this course. Part 2 is a one-day face to face course where you will learn and demonstrate all the practical sections of the course. Subjects covered include: • Role of a first aider, accident reporting and the first aid box • Action planning in an emergency • Unconscious baby or child • Infant, child and adult resuscitation (CPR) • Infant, child and adult action for choking • Head injuries • Allergic reactions and anaphylactic shock • Treatment for bleeding, shock and burns • Treatment for sprains, strains and fractures • Poisoning, bites and stings • Eye, nose and ear obstructions • Childhood conditions • Asthma and respiratory infections • Diabetes, Sickle Cell Anaemia, • Meningitis • Epilepsy and Convulsions • Hypo/Hyperthermia
25
25 Sep
Coaching and supervision (within a COVID-19 context)
Participants will explore the benefits of coaching models within the early years and how to implement coaching as part of their current supervision process. Focusing on what this looks like in practice, including effective conversations, question and listening techniques, alongside evaluating effectiveness and challenges.
25
25 Sep
Funding and Portal training (VIRTUAL)
Explanation of how the Early Years Provider portal is used to inform Local Authority funding using Estimated Term attendance and Actual Term attendance. Covering login and basic navigation and points of interest within the portal including how to complete an initial 30 hours validation check. Brief presentation on completing and submitting provider estimates and headcounts, plus how this information is used within LA’ admin system. Will take questions and suggestions.