• Join us on August Bank Holiday Monday at The Countryside Show

  • LEAMIS Service Desk Summer Opening Hours

  • Key Stage Two data now available

  • Available now - first release of 2018 attainment data

  • Severn Trent Water urging people 'use water wisely'

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Join us on August Bank Holiday Monday at The Countryside Show
16 Jul
Join us on August Bank Holiday Monday at Beacon Hill Country Park for a jam-packed, fun-filled, family day in the Leicestershire countryside! Browse a vast range of handmade goods, try some of the best locally sourced produce and be entertained by a whole host of demonstrations and activities. Come along and experience the Extreme Mountain Bike Show, Tree Climbing, Dog Agility, Face Painting, Live Music, Chainsaw Carving, Birds of Prey and much much more. There will be many practical demonstrations given throughout the day including live honey bee demonstrations as well as an auction finale for visitors to bid on some of the exhibitors' show-stopping creations. Early bird tickets with a 30 per cent saving are available online until midday Saturday 25 August. These tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for concessions and £24 for a family ticket. The event will run from 9.30am – 5pm with tickets available to buy in advance or on the gate. Tickets available to buy now: https://www.leicscountryparks.org.uk/countryside-show/
LEAMIS Service Desk Summer Opening Hours
13 Jul
The LEAMIS Service Desk will close 30 minutes earlier during the holiday period. Opening hours will be as follows except for Exams Download and Results Days 08:30 - 16:30 (Monday to Thursday) 08:30 - 16:00 (Friday) Opening Times for Exam Download and Results Days: Wednesday 16th & Thursday 17th August 07:30am - 16:30pm - A-Levels Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August 07:30am - 17:00pm - GCSE's Normal opening hours resume from 24th August: 08:30 - 17:00 (Monday to Thursday) 08:30 - 16:30 (Friday)
Key Stage Two data now available
12 Jul
Key Stage 2 We are pleased to announce that the second release of provisional 2018 Primary Key Stage Assessments is now available in LIAISE with emerging national comparisons. The LA and School data has been taken from the DfE data released 10/07/2018. Importantly this is the first release of Key Stage 2 data for 2018 into LIAISE, also containing emerging National data for progress and Test and Teacher Assessment outcomes. Also we have activated the realtime data trends and emerging national data within Perspective Lite for Key Stage 2. Important notes about the release of Key Stage 2 data: The emerging national data is 94% complete, which shows very little difference to the top level headlines released by the DfE on results release day. The benefit of our data is that all data is released to 1 decimal place rather than rounding to whole numbers, and we have supplied much more benchmarking content. The data is as at 11/07/2018. The emerging progress data is robust to use. Last year the provisional data we provided was for 95% of schools within +/- 0.1 of the School level progress scores released by the DfE for the Table Checking exercise. The main caveat is that the DfE have yet to confirm the 2018 Progress calculation methodology formally, therefore the 2017 Methodology with emerging National 2018 estimated scaled scores has been applied. No major changes other than capping of progress score for a small minority of pupils has been announced, and therefore we expect the 2017 methodology to be similar to the 2018. ** Please note the emerging progress data is likely to change in future LIAISE data releases by small margins as the National estimated Scaled scores will be recalculated as more National data becomes available. However, all data is robust enough to use and only minor +/- differences to the provisional data are expected once the datasets are complete. ** ** This data obtained from the Perspective Lite system will be far more accurate than any other organisation can produce at this stage ** ** IMPORTANT: The emerging national data is provided to support your internal benchmarking, the data must not be made public **
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20 Jul
LEAMIS - End of Year Service - Primary Schools
You will need to do some preparation work, for example have the new class lists available and make sure that a backup has been completed immediately before the remote session begins. As this service is completed remotely there must be somebody at school to log on and answer any queries that may arise.
03
03 Sep
How to Stretch Your Budget - the 4 year plan (governor training)
This session will explore how schools can develop effective strategic financial management and aims to develop options to allow schools to respond to the financial challenges ahead and maintain focus upon pupil outcomes.
05
05 Sep
Health and Safety - Paediatric First Aid Level 3 (12 hour)
Unit 1 covers the following topics: The role of the paediatric first aider, dealing with emergencies, management of an unconscious casualty, management of a casualty who is not breathing normally CPR (baby, child & adult procedures), safe use of an automated external defibrillator, management of a casualty who is choking, recognition and management of anaphylaxis, management of a casualty who is in shock, management of a casualty who has a bleeding wound, It also provides the opportunity to practise the skills needed to administer first aid to an infant, child or adult who is: unconscious, not breathing, choking, bleeding from a wound and in shock. Unit 2 covers the following topics: dealing with chronic medical conditions and sudden illness diabetes, sickle cell, meningitis, asthma, dealing with the effects of extreme heat and cold hypothermia, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, management of casualty with suspected fracture and dislocation, management of casualty with head, neck or spinal injury, dealing with conditions affecting the eyes, ears and nose, dealing with minor injuries dealing with electric shock, dealing with burns and scalds, dealing with poisoning, dealing with bites and stings records and reporting It also provides the opportunity to practise the skills needed to administer first aid to an infant, child or adult who: requires a support sling, requires an elevation sling, has a suspected spinal injury