SEND & The Governing Body (LPAP in-school governor training)
Governing boards have important statutory duties towards pupils with special educational needs/disabilities. This course will provide governors with an understanding of SEND and the roles and responsibilities of the governing board in ensuring the education provided at the school meets the needs of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs.
What governors need to know about Careers Education
With the government recently ramping up its expectations on schools in the area of Careers Education and Guidance what do you need to know as governors and what do you need to ensure your school is doing? This workshop covers the DfE’s statutory requirements and expectations and helps governors understand their duties and the Gatsby Benchmarks. It also looks at the key Career-related dilemmas young people and schools face particularly in years 9, 11 and 13
Handling difficult cases and conversations
This course will provide you with practical and effective techniques to conduct and manage difficult cases and conversations with staff.
LEAMIS - Reporting on Vulnerable Groups Workshop - Secondary
During this Workshop we will explore and demonstrate how SIMS can assist in reporting on vulnerable groups
LEAMIS - SIMS Personnel New Staff
SIMS Personnel module provides the facility to enter data for employees (and others) into the SIMS database. As well as supplementing the school’s information management, data entered accurately will support the production of the annual Statutory Return, School Workforce Census, which collects a wide range of individual level data for teachers and support staff eligible for SWC.
Produce and export contractual changes electronically to Local Authority within given timescales, maintain suspense processing to update staff records electronically from LA (no duplicate data entry) eg: annual pay awards, provide meaningful reports for SMT and governors for staff absence, training and contractual information.