Bexley Education Support Service Brochure 19-20
We are delighted to present our new support offer for 2019-20, and as you browse through the brochure, I trust many of you will recognise that this is an offer that has
been built with you, reflecting what you have indicated is needed and drawing in partner expertise to ensure that you can access high quality support locally.
We continue to operate within a national educational landscape which reflects that society faces significant challenges and a pace of change that is unprecedented. My team want to stand alongside you to meet our shared ambition that all children will thrive now and in the future. The partnership approach that you requested has shaped the journey whilst developing the offer.
We asked Heads and MAT leaders what you needed and where you felt there were gaps in what was available. I would like to take the opportunity to thank the head teachers and multi-academy trust leaders who have given their time to support this work. You told us that recruitment remains a challenge and the offer anticipates the early career framework for teachers as well as providing on-going opportunities for developing all teachers and leaders, drawing on the Bexley Teaching School Alliance expertise.
We are delighted to work with nationally renowned leaders and organisations, with elements of the offer representing cutting edge research, ideas and thought leadership. There are some potential solutions to local challenges; we are pleased to be able to offer the SENCo accreditation locally as well as work that responds to both current inspection themes and recognises the implications of the draft framework. Perhaps most importantly, I would like to draw your attention to our values as these demonstrate how Bexley Education Support Service seeks to complement the development of an exceptional local education system.
Our intention is to be a niche provider of school improvement support because of our approach to partnership working.
I am confident that you will see over the following pages an enhanced core offer to schools; and if you are a Bexley school, I look forward to outlining in the summer term how the offer connects to our new school improvement model.
Head of Strategic Education Partnership and School and College Improvement
YADT Behavioural Support Service December Leaflet
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
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 email@example.com if you would like to subscribe or have any questions concerning these resources.
Bexley Assessment Working Party Exemplification Portfolios - Mathematics and English Writing
Exemplification of working at the expected standard in Mathematics and English Writing
These documents contains work that exemplifies statements in the national curriculum. They have been produced to help teachers in moderating pupils’ work and making judgements on whether expected standards have been achieved.
The portfolios are intended to be used to support internal moderation. Feedback and comments are welcome and will be shared in updates. Contributions to these portfolios are also welcome. The portfolios will be used in future subject training and network meetings.
To find out how you can obtain the full set of mathematics and English writing portfolios, please email EIS@bexley.gov.uk.
Click here to download the 2015 version of the Exemplar Portfolio for Writing – Year 2
Click here to download the 2015 version of the Exemplar Portfolio for Mathematics - Year 3
School Website Audit
Every maintained school must publish specific information on its website to comply with The School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012.
If you are an academy or free school, you need to check your funding agreement to find out what you should publish on your website.
The attached document can be used to audit your school website's compliance with the legislation.