• Final 2017 Key Stage 4 and 5 data now available for subscribers

  • Reading Running Record Webinar Information

  • Training Courses and Events 2017/18

  • Develop your skills and improve your confidence the Go Learn way

  • Safeguarding in Education Training Programme 2018-19

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Final 2017 Key Stage 4 and 5 data now available for subscribers
05 Feb
Final 2017 Key Stage 4 and 5 DfE Performance Tables data at School, National and Leicestershire level is now available in LIAISE for subscribing schools. In the LIAISE reporting at Key Stage 4 and 5 you will now have access to the latest School, National and Leicestershire level data from the recent 2017 Final DfE Performance Tables data release. This includes updates to performance by pupil characteristics. Also available: We have released three new reports into LIAISE focused on achievement and entry trends and performance in relation to the English Baccalaureate and its individual elements.The reports can be located by going to Attainment > Key Stage 4 > Dashboards > look for the New! labels against the EBacc reports. The purpose of these reports is to identify the entry and achievement factors that are impacting on the overall achievement within the English Baccalaureate and its individual elements. The title and contents of the reports is shown below: · KS4 EBacc Headline Performance Trends by Individual Pupil Characteristic Graphical entered and achieved percentages for a selected pupil characteristic from 2012 to 2017, with National comparators. · KS4 EBacc Performance Overview by Individual Component for all Pupil Characteristic Tabular entered and achieved percentages for the core pupil characteristics at School, National, and Leicestershire level overtime. · KS4 EBacc Detailed Performance Trends by Pupil Characteristics Graphical focus on the difference in entry and achievement rates for the English Baccalaureate and its individual elements for a pupil context group, such as Gender, SEN, Disadvantaged true or false etc. Access the reports at www.ltsperformance.co.uk
Reading Running Record Webinar Information
02 Feb
Please find here a new webinar for a reading running record training offered by the Learning Support Service. Please view the attached leaflet.
Training Courses and Events 2017/18
01 Feb
2018 Spring term training courses for EYFS practitioners, Schools and Out of School providers now available to book. These include: A suite of Safeguarding courses, Maths through play, Music and movement in the Early Years, Completing the jigsaw - building a picture of the whole child, First Aid, Coaching and Mentoring. The Big Conference: Held over two separate days in March, this is an excellent opportunity to here from leading professionals and add to your continual professional development. The focus of the event is Speech, Language and Communication. It will involve key speeches, three workshops per day, numerous information stands, lunch and refreshments and the opportunity to network with other providers. These courses can be booked by clicking on the Training and Events tab at the top of the page, choose Early Learning and Childcare from the Provider drop down box in the Filters section and this will display all of the service's courses. Click on each one to see course details and a booking link. Alternatively please download the attachment to see the list of courses with links to the booking form - course descriptions are below the main list of courses.
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24 Feb
Paediatric First Aid - One day Blended Course with E-Learning
Stage 1: One-Day of Tutor-led practical training at your setting, covering: Planning for Emergencies / The Primary Assessment / Resuscitation CPR / Recovery / Choking / Seizures / Meningitis / Asthma / Allergies / Shock / Bleeds & Minor injuries / Burns / Fractures / Head injuries / Spinal injuries Stage 2: E-Learning - Learners access their interactive E-Learning via our website and study the following: Recap of the Practical Training Day that took place at your setting / Croup / Sickle Cell / Diabetes / Poisons / Bites and Stings / Electrical Shocks / Drowning / Extreme Temperatures / Final Assessment. It is a requirement of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) that at least one person who has a current Paediatric First Aid Certificate must be on the premises at all times when children are present, and must accompany children on outings. This course covers the content as for St Johns Ambulance / Red Cross paediatric first aid and therefore meets the requirements of the EYFS.
24 Feb
Safeguarding Children - Designated Safeguarding Lead
This is a full day course that introduces the role and responsibilities of the Designated Safeguarding Lead and supports the development of the skills and competencies necessary to fulfil the role. It approaches the theme from a practical perspective; encouraging participants to apply the content to their own situation throughout and drawing on lessons from real life examples and serious case reviews. It supports the development of the necessary skills and competencies to effectively fulfil the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead as defined in Group 5 of the Leicestershire & Rutland Safeguarding Board’s (LSCB) competency framework. The trainer is an experienced safeguarding lead who has worked within a range of sectors and has also held allegations management responsibilities. All of this experience is brought into the training, dealing with the complexities of the role and of multi- agency working in a practical and down to earth manner. Learning outcomes • To understand the role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead; its responsibilities and statutory duties in EYFS, legislation and guidance • To support development of the skills and knowledge to confidently and competently manage safeguarding issues; identifying and assessing need, taking appropriate action, sharing information and contributing fully to the multi-agency safeguarding and allegations management processes • To understand and develop the skills and knowledge necessary to lead on safeguarding issues and to support staff within the setting in the discharge of their legal duties. • To understand the importance of the organisations policies, procedures and systems and to develop the skills and confidence to challenge practice and shape the culture to safeguard children & staff • To understand current local and national agendas and to recognise the significance of emerging trends and issues on an ongoing basis
26 Feb
Governor Monitoring Visits (LPAP in-school governor training)
Course objectives: • To understand the purpose and impact of governor visits • Explore how visits can be linked to the governing board’s role in the strategic management of the school • Examine practical considerations in planning a visit and methods of reporting