The Emergency Planning Team provide guidance, support and advice in line with current best practice"The Emergency Planning Team provide a single point of contact, 24/7, for schools to access help and support in all aspects of emergency preparedness and educational visits advice, including the use of the Evolve system.
Trade Unions and Professional Association Documents
We are a team that consists of experienced and successful Trade Unions and Professional Associations
The Book Exchange Programme: Bringing you the best books for your library
Schools can borrow from our excellent range of quality primary and secondary books and resources. These include fiction, non-fiction, picture and audio. An example of our excellent offer to schools: A primary school with 400 full time pupils on roll would be entitled to loan 1,200 books a year – on average that’s just £1.75 per book.You can visit us and choose your own books - why not bring some pupils along to help you choose – after all they’ll be the ones reading them! If arranging a visit is difficult, don’t worry, we can select books for you that are key stage-appropriate and will engage all pupils, regardless of their ability.booksplus CatalogueOliver is our Library Management System, which holds all our exchange book stock and Objects/Artefacts. Use this catalogue to check availability of resources or to help with your planning!https://booksplus.oliverasp.co.uk/library/home/news Contact us to find out more about the wide range of services we offer: Tel: 01484 225083 (Option 2) Email: email@example.com
Pupil Admissions (including school admissions appeals) Documents
School admissions and appeals processes must comply with the School Admissions Code, School Admission Appeal Code, Education Act and the School Standards and Framework Act. Within these regulatory documents are statutory requirements, deadline and timescales. Pupil Admissions are knowledgeable on all admission and appeal related processes and regulations and can offer advice, guidance and support to parents and schools. The roles and responsibilities of schools can differ depending on the category of school e.g. community or Academy. Below you will find a collection of useful links and documents to help you with admissions and appeals, but if you need any further support please contact Pupil Admissions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Useful resources in relation to Pupil Admissions (including school admissions appeals)