Preparing and Conducting Statutory Assessment at KS1 and KS2
Every year, the Standards and Testing Agency update their guidelines regarding statutory tests at key stage one and two and head teachers or executive head teachers have to sign the Head Teacher’s Declaration Form to confirm that either the statutory assessments have been administered according to the published guidance or that any issues have been reported to the STA.
Emma Blackman, Teaching and Learning Adviser, will run through all the relevant documentation including the latest maladministration report and explore the latest guidance and changes that have been made.
The delegates will be made fully aware of their statutory obligations as well as what the STA and LA look for when conducting monitoring visits.
The delegates will be given a copy of the powerpoint so that they can cover the statutory obligation with their staff. Emma will also share a framework for a security plan.
Secondary - Attendance and Behaviour Network
Within these termly network events, leaders and key personnel involved in leading setting strategy and policy around behaviour, exclusion and attendance, are invited to listen to the latest local and national updates, access key training and network with other safeguarding personnel. These sessions will ensure that leaders are kept up-to-date with the national and local direction of travel.
Stonewall: Creating a Trans Inclusive School
This course looks at creating a Trans Inclusive School and helps schools develop the knowledge and confidence to support a young trans person at school.
Training will equip schools with the skills, tools and confidence to prevent and tackle HBT bullying, with a particular focus on practical tools, staff training, and action planning.
For each course, Stonewall provides two trainers that come and deliver a full day CPD accredited training course. Each school that participates will receive a year’s membership to the Stonewall School Champions Programme. As part of their membership, schools get access to an extensive online library of resources, six new education resources a year, bespoke support from our expert education team and the chance to apply for free for the Stonewall School Champion Awards, which benchmarks best practice in LGBT inclusion. Schools have to apply for
the award and evidence that their LGBT inclusion work meets Stonewall’s minimum standards, but Stonewall can provide lots of support with the application. School attending also receive stickers and training posters.
NOTE: To book on the two other courses on offer please search:
Stonewall: Tackling Homophobic, Biphobic and Transphobic Bullying and Language
Stonewall: Gender in the Classroom