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Are you relationships big enough to get the job done?

Are your relationships big enough to get the job done? »

Science Hub Meeting – 23rd February – Woodbridge

For all IT Leads –  Computer Science Hub meeting, which offers support for CS activities in primary schools. Please find appended a link to the booking site for the next East Suffolk Primary CAS Hub meeting which will be an informal networking event(s) in support of the two free on-line Picademy / Futurelearn Teaching Computing courses starting in February. We hope that offering this kind of... »

Suffolk Wildlife Courses

Suffolk wildlife’s  work is very varied to cover the curriculum and connect children to nature and we work with teachers to find opportunities that enhance their work in school. Health and wellbeing of young people is also part of our agenda besides outdoor learning and we would like to work more in partnership in the future. Please contact Judy Powell if you would like more information Head... »

Andy Buck’s website

Andy Buck’s website »

High needs funding reform – Jan 17

High needs funding reform »

Letter to Rt Hon Justine Greening MP – Jan 17

Letter to Rt Hon Justine Greening MP – Jan 17 »

Primary mental health workers for children and young people – update – Ipswich and East Suffolk

A number of head teachers were unaware that every school has a named Primary Mental Health Worker, so far we have managed to acquire the East and West CCGs, and hope to have lists for Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth CCGs very soon. Ipswich and East Suffolk  Primary Mental Health Workers for Children and Young People: Update  Primary Mental Health Workers cover different geographical areas and offer t... »

Building leadership for resilience, wellbeing and retention in our schools: an information and training session for school leaders

Tuesday 7th March – 9.30am – 12.30pm SCITT Centre, University of Suffolk Of the 21,400 who began teaching in English state schools in 2010, 30% had quit by 2015, the schools minister, Nick Gibb, confirmed in a written parliamentary answer (Guardian, October 24 2016). It is therefore no surprise that many school leaders are grappling with some or all of the following: Major problems in recrui... »

Making best use of your Teaching Assistants

Making best use of your Teaching Assistants »