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Warrington Multi Agency Safeguarding Training

Warrington Safeguarding Boards are pleased to offer a programme of multi-agency training. This includes courses which are part of a rolling programme as well as new courses that will reflect the Boards’ priorities and the changing agenda for safeguarding.

This programme will be regularly updated as information becomes available. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please visit our website at www.warringtonlscb.org or contact us to discuss further.
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Places Available - Summer DSL Network Meeting - 21st June 2018
18 Jun
Places are now available on the Summer DSL Network Meeting which can be booked online via myschoolservices Summer DSL Network Meeting - 21st June 2018 Please pass this on to relevant staff within your school (DSL, Headteachers / Senior Staff / etc) for more information please email - schoolservices@warrington.gov.uk
Music and Dyslexia Day Saturday 20 October 2018
18 Jun
The British Dyslexia Association's music committee are delighted to announce an excellent event coming up on 20th October 2018 at Morley College, London. The 'Music and Dyslexia Day' (E G B D F - 'Everyone's Goal: Becoming Dyslexia Friendly') is very practically based and includes contributions from the renowned music educationalist, Paul Harris, the singer, Anna Devin, and many other experts in the field. It affords great value at only £60 for the full day (£30 for students) which will include lunch and all refreshments as well as 2 free books and a pack of hand-outs from the day. Please find attached a booking form with full details.
*FREE* 30 Hour Support for Schools
07 Jun
The DFE are funding further support to help schools and settings deliver the 30 hour early education entitlement. There is a 1 day session for schools on Tuesday 26th June at St Werburghs aimed at business support staff, administrators, head teachers or nursery teachers. The workshop aims to support schools who have already been delivering 30-hours to: Reflect on national and local progress to date Consider their delivery so far against their original business plan Explore tools and resources which will enable them to: Health check funding matters Calculating profit, loss, occupancy levels and breakeven points. Review marketing strategies Explore the importance of clear and transparent admissions information to support parents to make informed decisions about their choice of provider. Review existing delivery models to ensure they work for the school and the families that use it. Create a one-page action plan setting out the next steps and actions that need to be taken. We will also look at ways in which schools can begin to charge parents for any additional sessions that they wish to take. Please note, this a full day session and lunch will be provided.