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Net capacity schedules for schools

Net Capacity Schedules are a DfE methodology for measuring the capacity of your school. It is essential for the authority to maintain accurate schedules of accommodation for all schools to inform decisions when planning school places and to support independent admission appeals. Each schedule contains a list of all the usable spaces in the school building (both teaching and non-teaching), which is used as a basis for assessing the capacity of each school. When divided by the number of year grou…

New Headteacher Support

Buckinghamshire Council and the Buckinghamshire Academy for School Leadership (BASL) are working together again in 2019 and 2020 to provide a programme of support for new headteachers and those new to Buckinghamshire. Overview The programme includes: three events free BASL membership the offer of mentoring by an experienced Buckinghamshire headteacher funded through BASL Events are by invitation only. For more information about the offer, or to provide information about a recent appointment, pl…


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NHS Trust School Nursing Team

The School Nursing Service support children and young people from ages 0-19 with medical and emotional needs. They are led by specialist community public health nurses who are all qualified nurses or midwives with additional graduate-level training in the health needs of children and young people. The team includes: community staff nurses, child health and wellbeing advisors school health assistants Training sessions The School Nursing Service is no longer providing yearly updates for EpiPen, A…

Numeracy governor (primary)

Primary school governing boards are encouraged to appoint a Numeracy Governor to take an interest in numeracy the school and to offer a source of support and challenge. The precise responsibilities of the Numeracy Governor need to be agreed by the governing board and so will vary from school to school. This advice provides a framework to base the role on. Why do we need a Numeracy Governor? The governing board is responsible for the strategic direction of the school, including the delivery of t…

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