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Phonics and Phonics Screening Training
09 Oct
Coming up! Training in phonics and phonic screening is available on 1st November. Covering theory and practice to improving outcomes for children. For all teachers involved in teaching phonics and administering the phonics screening check.
CIVIC CELEBRATION OF PUPIL ACHIEVEMENT IN BEXLEY SCHOOLS
21 Sep
For the past couple of years there has been an annual event where pupils who have achieved exceptional personal and academic successes, have been nominated by their respective school to attend a celebratory event hosted by the Mayor of Bexley, where civic recognition has been given to their substantial achievement. We would again like to invite all schools to nominate a pupil or pupils who have done particularly well in the 2017-2018 academic year and consequently deserve civic recognition. Please see attached for more information.
NQT 2018-19
30 Apr
The aim of the Bexley NQT Induction Service is to give our NQTs the best opportunity to successfully complete their induction period. The London Borough of Bexley will act as the Appropriate Body for Induction of Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs). The Appropriate Body, along with the headteacher/principal is jointly responsible for the supervision and professional development of the NQT during induction and has the main quality assurance role.
YADT Behavioural Support Service December Leaflet
06 Dec
Welcome to the YADT Behavioural Support Service. Being a young person in today’s world is challenging and here at YADT, we understand that some young people need a little extra support to help them get a positive start in life or overcome obstacles along the way. We aim to help young people with the issues that affect them. These can be a number of issues such as anger management, anxiety, improving confidence, enhancing communication and dealing with stress. The Behavioural Support Service can be delivered as group workshops or one-to-one behaviour support.
The SMSC Booklet and Resources
15 Mar
Spiritual Moral Social Cultural Development From EYFS to KS4 The SMSC booklet, together with online materials, provides a fundamental resource that inspires and stimulates leaders and teaching staff from Early Years Foundation settings through to primary and secondary schools. Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development – the Bexley Handbook Edition 2 Further resources to accompany the SMSC booklet: Helpful websites for supporting classroom teaching Helpful websites for supporting Prevent Helpful websites for supporting SMSC Helpful websites for supporting British values Helpful websites for Citizenship Helpful websites for engaging stakeholders and partnership working Curricular schemes for schools, including websites Case studies from Bexley Schools Click here to download copies of presentations given by speakers and stand holders at the Bexley SMSC conference on 20 January 2017. Please email admineis@bexley.gov.uk if you would like to subscribe or have any questions concerning these resources.
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Training & Events

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19 Nov
Introduction To Safeguarding - Bexley-605 (19 November 2018 18:30 - 21:30pm)
This training includes an exploration of personal attitudes and beliefs, together with information regarding the current legislation, National perspective and the process of making a referral to Children's Social Care. Learning methods will include information and briefing, discussion and case study
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20 Nov
Reciprocal Reading
Reciprocal reading is a highly researched method used to develop learners’ reading skills, promote higher order thinking, develop listening and talking, and ensure access to the curriculum for all learners. Studies have also demonstrated that learners transfer their learning into other contexts. Reciprocal reading can be developed through any text type and with learners of all ages. Most importantly, reciprocal reading ensures that all learners can access the curriculum which is not always the case with individual reading.
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21 Nov
Introduction to Autism - PPA-610 - (21 November 2018, 6.30 - 9.30PM)
The 3 hour training session includes a basic introduction to Autism and social communication disorders, highlighting the difficulties that children may have within a setting. It will explore the links between Autism and children’s feelings and behaviour and provide strategies and ways of supporting children to manage in a setting. This course will be followed by the Sensory Processing training on 19 January 2019 but this will be explored further at this training course.
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22 Nov
NQT Induction Primary Training – Ensuring that you are meeting the needs of your pupils with autism
Opportunity to explore issues of the autistic child and how this impacts upon the classroom and teaching.
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24 Nov
Paediatric First Aid - SBAPFA-608 (24 November & 1 December 2018 9:30 - 16:00)
Paediatric First Aid training prepares the learner to deal with first aid emergencies involving babies, children and adults. They will also be able to recognise major and minor medical conditions and take appropriate action. The course has been prepared to meet the standard laid out in the Early Years Foundation Stage, making it suitable for those working in any childcare setting.