Early Bird Tickets Now Available
Early Bird Pricing, Keynote Speakers, Wellbeing Experts and more...
On the 28 January 2020, Kirklees People Services (HR, Employee Healthcare and Learning and Organisational Development) will be coming together with PACT HR to deliver the region’s premier Wellbeing Conference. Through industry-renowned key-note speakers and thought-provoking, engaging, and enlightening break-out workshops, we will explore the theme of
wellbeing in the workplace. This will be a great opportunity to expand your knowledge, discuss and explore personal and professional wellbeing strategies and network with fellow delegates.
What to expect?
Inspiring and thought-provoking keynote speakers.
Breakout sessions offering an in-depth and interactive look at wellbeing in the workplace.
Networking and Q&A opportunities.
Exercises and interactive sessions to take back to your workplace.
Book now to receive an early bird discount
Inspection data summary report (IDSR) now available in Analyse School Performance (ASP)
Ofsted have now released the new 2019 inspection data summary report (IDSR) for primary schools, available through a link to the new Ofsted IDSR service in DfE’s Analyse School Performance (ASP). The primary IDSRs hold provisional data for key stage 2, key stage 1 and phonics, and context data.
This year, the children looked after collection closure date was delayed (due to technical issues) by five weeks. Therefore, the children looked after data and data for disadvantaged pupils will not be included until the revised data releases.
Ofsted have published a new guidance document for the primary IDSR and will add secondary-specific guidance to coincide with the release of the secondary IDSR.
At the same time as the provisional secondary release, Ofsted will be removing historic IDSRs from Analyse School Performance. Any users wishing to keep a copy of their historic IDSRs are advised to download and save their IDSRs before they are removed later in the autumn term.
Should you have any IDSR data queries, please contact the Schools Pre-Inspection Data & Insight team at: School.Performance.Data@ofsted.gov.uk
Do you have a big, ambitious idea for Kirklees Children’s Biennale 2020?
EvoKe, Kirklees' Cultural Education Partnership (KCEP), are planning an artistic programme for Kirklees Children’s Biennale 2020. Themed ’20-20 Vision’ we are now looking for big, ambitious ideas from partner artists and schools.
Susan Burns from Chol and Chloe Williams from The Children’s Art School are putting together a festival programme for the UK’s only Children’s Biennale.
Following a fabulous first festival in 2018, we are looking for brand new ideas for Autumn 2020. We’ve been consulting with children and young people and the emerging themes for 2020 are:
• Environment & the climate emergency
• Local stories and voices
• Creative ambition & careers
Evoke wants to connect with Kirklees Council’s creative priorities of music and textile innovation, and projects can be in any art form, but they must involve a professional artist.
Young people have expressed a desire for mass participation, arts in everyday spaces and a chance to experiment. We are looking for project ideas that offer children and young people a chance to create, curate and commission work. We also want projects to offer arts award where possible.
Please send your ideas by email to email@example.com by Friday 18 October.
If you are an artist, please include which group of children and young people or educational setting the project is aimed at. If you are a teacher or youth worker, please give us an idea of what sort of artist you would like to work with. If you need budget from the festival please outline briefly what the budget would be for. If you are planning to include Arts Award, please be sure to cost for Arts Award Training and Moderation.
For more information please visit budget planning for Arts Award. We are looking for approximately five exciting projects costing somewhere between £250 and £3000.
To learn more visit web page Evoke
Reminder - Early Years Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference - 25 November 2019
The last remaining places are available on this conference which takes place on 25 November.
You will have opportunity to hear from our keynote speaker, Debbie Garvey, passion for children and lively presentations will engage you in the morning.
As an accredited C4EO Early Years Sector Specialist she has championed children, families and practitioners for over thirty years in her work as a national leader, author, trainer, consultant, lecturer and facilitator. Debbie has a particular interest in neuroscience and personal, social and emotional wellbeing.
You can find out about services and partners who can offer support to you and your families over a delicious lunch, then choose from a range of afternoon wellbeing workshops.
As a conference delegate, you will have access to a range of supporting reading materials and documentation to support your reflective practice.
All refreshments are included
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