Aimed at: Care staff working specifically with individuals with Dementia e.g. dementia support workers, dementia advisors, care managers within older peoples services, nurses within nursing homes, registered managers & deputy managers for older peoples residential and day servicesEssential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||04 March 2020||09:30 - 16:00||Peterborough Education Conference Centre -Broadway||Map|
|2||05 March 2020||09:30 - 16:00||Peterborough Education Conference Centre -Broadway||Map|
This meeting is for all teachers in reception including NQTs and teachers new to EYFS.
NQTs & new to reception teachers to arrive at 13:30.
Other reception teachers to arrive at 15:45 - 17:30.
The focus of these termly meetings is to share good early years practice and provide updates on new initiatives. These meetings will provide opportunities to visit schools across the city and to see examples of good provision.
NQTs and New to Reception teachers are invited to attend from 13:30 to provide additional support and training on topics such as outdoor learning, schemes, engaging boys. The focus of these sessions will be developed in partnership with delegates who book on.
The agenda for the meetings will be shaped and agreed in consultation with practitioners.
The venue and agenda for each meeting will be confirmed via email.
£35 per person per session for all Peterborough schools and Cambridgeshire LA maintained schools
£45 per person per session for other LA schools and Independent schools
Please note: Failure to attend, without notification prior to the event, will incur a full charge.
A termly event for SENCOs (Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinators) of subscribing organisations, organised by Peterborough SENCO Network.
Each event featurs updates and contributions from a range of stakeholders in Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Peterborough including the SENCO Network Steering Group, SEN and Inclusion Services in the local authority and many more.
Agenda items are published nearer the time of the event.
This course will provide an introduction to sexualised behaviour in children and adolescents. It aims to develop confidence and knowledge for practitioners in identifying and managing problematic behaviour. In addition, it provides tools and interventions for practitioners to use in school.
The course is designed and delivered by the Educational Psychology Service using evidence based approaches.
How can this course help?
Sexualised behaviour in children can often be both difficult to discuss and manage. Understanding children’s sexual development and research regarding sexualised behaviour enables practitioners to increase their confidence in supporting children and adolescents in this area. This training aims to develop awareness of sexualised behaviour in children and adolescents and identifies approaches, strategies and tools to aid assessment and intervention for practitioners in school.
The course includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day
**FOR INTERNAL & EXTERNAL DIRECT CARE SERVICES ONLY** The course is intended for all senior staff working in any social care commissioned service setting (including nurses working in these settings or frontline staff looking for continued professional development).Essential Information
The Key Stage 1 moderators will lead 3 sessions; Reading, Writing and Mathematics. This will focus on validating the accuracy of teacher assessment judgements based on evidence produced during day to day teaching in Year 2.
All delegates need to bring a copy of:
• A collection of evidence for one child (This evidence needs to be photocopied 4 times)
£70 per person per session for all Peterborough schools and Cambridgeshire LA maintained schools
(£40 per person per session for second & subsequent delegates)
£80 per person per session for other LA schools and Independent schools
(£45 per person per session for second & subsequent delegates)
To be aware of Deafblindness/ Multisensory impairment as a unique disability.
To be aware of current legislation and how it applies to various roles in relation to multi sensory impairment.
To be able to signpost children and young people with multi sensory impairment to relevant services.