The 'early bird' discount on education services for 2019/2020 will end for maintained schools on 31st March 2019.
To benefit from the reduced rate across all education services in the directory, contact us to discuss your requirements and place your order on the e-Store by the 31st March 2019 to guarantee the discount.
Non-maintained schools have until the 31st August 2019 to benefit from the discounted rate.
It is not possible to truly safeguard children and young people without listening to what they have to say about their experiences.
At this year's Safeguarding Masterclass Hearing Every Child's Voice, we are delighted to welcome Jasvinder Sanghera CBE, herself a survivor of a forced marriage and now an internationally renowned speaker, campaigner and author. We will also hear from Worcestershire County Council Safeguarding Education Adviser, Denise Hannibal on the county wide impact Encompass has had and how we move forward, and from Martin Lakeman, Worcestershire County Council Lead on Domestic Abuse on empowering education professionals to ask questions and 'hear every child's voice.'
Thursday 28th March 2019 09:00 - 12:30 Holiday Inn Hotel, Bromsgrove
Education staff, parents, pupils and members of the public are urged to recognise and celebrate the outstanding work of all those involved in the local education sector. Nominations are now open for the 3rd annual Worcester News Worcestershire Education Awards. Entries close on Thursday 18th April at 5pm for you to make a nomination for an award category:
Early Years Education Award
Community Involvement Award
Primary/ Middle School of the Year
Head Teacher/ Principal of the Year Award
Secondary School of the Year
Teacher / Lecturer of the Year
College or Post-18 education & Training Provider
Special Education Needs (SENCO) Award
Support Staff of the Year Award
Independent School of the Year
Unsung Hero Award
Babcock Prime are pleased to announce that once again we shall be the proud sponsors of the 'New Teacher of the Year Award'
How can you, as early year's practitioners, best support children's resilience and self-regulation helping them to be 'can-do' people who love learning?
Renowned Early Years consultant Helen Moylett, will explore how our habits of mind are formed as our brains and bodies develop and we come to understand ourselves as learners. She will examine how the role of skilled adults in this process is crucial, providing language rich environments for promoting choice and child initiated learning.
Growth Mindset in the Early Years with Helen Moylett Tuesday 2nd April 2019, 12.30 16.00 & 18.00 21.00 Worcestershire County Cricket Club
Take a look at all the training and professional development courses we offer.
Our training courses are designed to support effective staff development. From senior leaders and governors to newly qualified teachers and support teams, we help the whole school workforce meet their learning and development needs.
We offer needs-led training, developed in response to your requirements and market need. If you can't see what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact the training team - Rachael or Kay to discuss your requirements on: 01905 678137 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our courses are delivered centrally (scheduled courses can be found on CPD online) or available as in-house training (delivered on site to your school staff).
Visit the website to find out more about the following suite of courses:
We aim to offer Worcestershire schools tailor made conference events directly influenced by your feedback. Please take a moment to complete our short survey, tell us what topics you would like to see covered at our events and we will use your comments to drive our future conference planning. Thank you.
On Friday 1st March 2019, parents across England are notified which secondary school their children were offered a place at for the autumn intake in September 2019.
The Admissions team received approximately 5900 applications from Worcestershire residents. There are no children, whose parents have made an application, without an offer of a secondary school place for September.
We are pleased to report that Worcestershire secondary schools were able to meet 94.5% of all first preferences for September 2019, which is higher than the national average.
Over the last few years, the Admissions team has been promoting applying online via the Worcestershire County Council's website. This year, 98% of all Worcestershire secondary school applications were made via the online process. This has proved to be very popular amongst parents, due to the security of the information (i.e. forms not being "lost"), and the ability to receive immediate notification of the School Offer on the National Offer Day.
Babcock Prime will be exhibiting at WASBM on Friday 22nd March 2019.
Come and visit us on the stand to pick up your copy of the latest training, conference and service directories. Share with us your vision and requirements for growth and improvement and we can discuss ways to help achieve your vision.
We have recently experienced a number of malicious email attacks within the school community. We would be happy to host workshops for colleagues who would like to understand more about the steps they can take to keep their information safe. Please contact Mark Ballett, Sales Manager to register interest: Mark.Ballett@babcockinternational.com 01905 678171
Babcock Education Services, Registered in England & Wales. Registered Number 08132276. 33 Wigmore Street, London W1U 1QX
If you received this email from a friend or colleague and would like to receive our emails, please subscribe here