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26 Mar
Everything Governors need to know about Information Governance
This course provides governors with an understanding of the key principles and obligations of the Data Protection Act 1998, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Records Management and other national good practice. The course will also cover changes to Data Protection Legislation that will see the Data Protection Act 1998 replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018. The course will cover: • General Information Governance good practice • Records management • Records Retention • Day to Day Management of records • Disposal of Records • Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) • Information Security • Requests for Information • Other Data Protection obligations • Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA)
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27 Mar
EYFS assessment moderation (four to five years / reception classes) – focus: WRITING
Focus: Moderation of assessment of children within the EYFS (4 – 5 years / reception) – Writing Aims: • To support a consistent and accurate understanding of the ELGs for writing in line with national standards (as documented in the EYFSP exemplification materials). Please bring evidence of one child’s writing. Please annotate this to provide information about the context. Please also bring a copy of ‘development matters’ or ‘early years outcomes’ and the exemplification materials
27
27 Mar
Secondary Statutory Relationships and Sex Education
All schools will soon be required to have a relationships and sex education policy in place and be able to state how they will meet the requirements of the statutory curriculum. This briefing will inform Governors of the statutory requirements of the new curriculum, exemptions that apply and the steps that schools need to take to ensure that they are prepared for mandatory provision by September 2020.
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28 Mar
EYFS assessment moderation (four to five years / reception classes) – focus: WRITING
Focus: Moderation of assessment of children within the EYFS (4 – 5 years / reception) – Writing Aims: • To support a consistent and accurate understanding of the ELGs for writing in line with national standards (as documented in the EYFSP exemplification materials). Please bring evidence of one child’s writing. Please annotate this to provide information about the context. Please also bring a copy of ‘development matters’ or ‘early years outcomes’ and the exemplification materials
28
28 Mar
Statutory Primary Health Education
The aims of this network meeting are to: • Consider the new requirements for statutory Health Education, what the changes mean for your school & and plan how to start to meet them in the academic year 2018/19 • Discuss curriculum content and end of Key Stage statements • Find out where to source quality spiral curriculums • Share good practise and find solutions to shared problems