Events for all Suffolk Headteachers and Principals
Thank you to all our delegates and all the exhibitors for supporting this successful event.
Next conference takes place in November
SPHA brochure final v4
Welcome to the SPHA Summer Conference 2017
The following dates have been organised for the SPHA conferences
June 30th 2017- Trinity Park
November 7th 2017 – Bury St Edmunds – 9 until 3pm
March 1st and 2nd 2018 – Stoke By Nayland Hotel
More news – March 10th 2017 2017 February Learning and Development Offer to Schools (002) (003) East PMHWsCYP2 new (3) Great Yarmouth and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group PMHW […]
Newsletter – March 10th 2017
West PMHWsCYP2 new (3)
Great Yarmouth and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group PMHWEast PMHWsCYP2 new (3)
Following on from the Academies Forum Meeting held on Tuesday 7th March, we would like nominations for a representative for the School Forum.
The representative could be either a Headteacher, Business […]
Newsletter – weekending 17th March 2017
38 Organisations which Influence Policy
Mental Health is an increasing concern for us all- Please see the attached Mental Health First Aid England MHFA poster and forward to your staff.
https://mhfaengland.org/ I have also […]
Are your relationships big enough to get the job done?
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 w […]
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 p […]
High needs funding reform
Letter to Rt Hon Justine Greening MP – Jan 17
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 […]
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 […]
Making best use of your Teaching Assistants
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