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Come be part of a magical show
09 Jan
Beaumanor Hall have started a free weekly drama class for children aged between 5-16 years old. We're looking for children and young adults who love drama and performing to come and be a part of Roald Dahl's Little Red Riding Hood. Classes are being brought to you by the industry professionals Enter Edem and will run every Wednesday from 4-6pm during school term time from 9 January 2019 until 20 June 2019. The classes will culminate in a wonderful and unique performance in the grounds of Beaumanor Hall. The price is £8 per session which includes professional tuition, guidance and all costumes. Email Beaumanor.Activities@leics.gov.uk for more information.
Veganuary
08 Jan
Please download the attached criteria and entry form and then return to mel.hook@leics.gov.uk for judging. Closing date is 4/2/19 .
KS1 and KS2 Writing Moderation training Spring Term 2019
04 Jan
These meetings, which will be led by Local Authority External Moderators, provide an opportunity for year 2/6 teachers to validate their teacher assessment through moderation with other schools. Years 1 & 3/Y5 teachers and subject leaders are also welcome to attend alongside their Y2/6 colleagues. Teachers will be asked to bring evidence of their own pupils’ writing across a range of genres to discuss and moderate with colleagues. The cost for attendance is £50 per person for maintained schools and £70 per person for academies. You will be invoiced after the event. You will be charged the full attendance cost unless we receive written notification of non-attendance by email or fax at least 10 working days prior to the event PLACES ARE STILL AVAILABLE and bookings for the following dates need to be made within the training section in LTS. Queries to moderation@leics.gov.uk or 0116 3056396 KS1 Writing Moderation Tues 22nd Jan, 9 to 12 County Scout HQ, LFE Weds 23rd Jan, 1 to 4 Green Towers, Hinckley Thursday 24th Jan, 9 to 12 Link Hotel, Loughborough Tues 29th Jan, 1 to 4 Beaumanor Hall Weds 30th Jan, 9 to 12 Link Hotel, Loughborough Thurs 31st Jan, 1 to 4 Racecourse, Oadby KS2 Writing Moderation Tues 22nd Jan 1 to 4 County Scout HQ LFE Weds 23rd Jan 9 to 12 Beaumanor Hall Friday 25th Jan, 9 to 12 Green Towers, Hinckley Tues 29th Jan, 9 to 12 Link Hotel, Loughborough Weds 30th Jan 1 to 4 Heartwood Conference Centre, Coalville Thurs 31st Jan, 9 to 12 Racecourse, Oadby
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24 Jan
First Aid at Work (Level 3)
In accordance with Appendix 5 & 6of the H&S (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 Unit 1 covers the following topics: Roles and responsibilities of a first aider; cross infection;recording incidents & actions;use of available equipment; assessing an incident;unconscious casualties (including seizure);cardio pulmonary resuscitation;choking;wounds and bleeding;shock;minor injuries (including small cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns and scalds, small splinters); Unit 2 covers the following topics: Secondary survey;injuries to bones, joints and muscles (including spinal injuries);suspected head and spinal injuries;chest injuries;burns and scalds;eye injuries;sudden poisoning;anaphylaxis;major illnesses (heart attack, stroke, epilepsy, asthma & diabetes);serious bleeding including: embedded objects;sucking chest wound;amputations;
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24 Jan
KS1 Writing Moderation training
These meetings, which will be led by Local Authority External Moderators, provide an opportunity for year 2 teachers to validate their teacher assessment through moderation with other schools. Y1 and Y3 teachers and subject leaders are also welcome to attend alongside their Y2 colleagues. Teachers must bring evidence of their own pupils’ writing across a range of genres to discuss and moderate with colleagues.
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24 Jan
AET 'Good Autism Practice' - Schools Tier 2
This one day training event has been designed to support all practitioners working directly with pupils on the autism spectrum to develop their practice. The training will: • Enable practitioners to develop their knowledge and understanding of good autism practice • Provide guidelines and activities to support practitioners to reflect on and improve their own practice This session is suitable for practitioners working with school-age pupils on the autism spectrum in both mainstream and specialist services.