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National offer day

Please read this Guide which provides details regarding National Offer Day Section 7: National Offer Day (2020) In February we will send to all schools A spreadsheet detailing the allocated secondary schools for year 6 pupils Information about appeals and waiting lists to assist parents 1 March - National Offer Day Parents who applied online will receive an email and view the outcome online For paper or hosted applications, parents will receive a letter sent 1st class on 2 March

NEW apprenticeship options

<p><strong>NEW</strong> apprenticeship options for schools include:</p> <ul> <li>School Business Manager (Level 4)</li> <li>Senior Leaders Master’s Degree (Level 7)</li> <li>Facilities Management /Property Maintenance</li> </ul> <p><a href="/s4s/WhereILive/Council?pageId=2" title="School Bulletin" data-anchor="?pageId=2">See the School Bulletin</a> for details...</p>

Newsletters

Emotional Wellbeing in Schools Network Newsletters Download and read the latest EWS newsletter Issue 16 Summer 2019 Newsletter Archive Issue 15 Spring 2019 Issue 14 Autumn 2018 Issue 13 Summer 2018 Issue 12 Spring 2018 Issue 11 Autumn 2017 Issue 10 Summer 2017 Issue 9 Spring 2017 Issue 8 Autumn 2016 Issue 7 Summer 2016 Issue 6 Spring 2016 Issue 5 Autumn 2015 Issue 4 Summer 2015 Issue 3 Spring 2015 Issue 2 Autumn 2014 Issue 1 Summer 2014

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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