From: 03.03.2018 to 04.03.2018
Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
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The Government has confirmed that it is seeking views as to whether First Aid Training should become part of the national curriculum. In a parliamentary answer, Education Minister, Nick Gibb said: “The Department is currently speaking with a broad range of expert organisations about the potential curriculum content for the new compulsory subjects in primary and secondary schools.
The DfE (Department for Education) has published updated guidance on how to check if a person's qualifications allow them to work in an early years setting and if they can be included in staff:child ratios.
Following the tragic passing of their daughter who choked on food at nursery aged only nine months in 2012, Millie's parents continue to campaign for changes to Paediatric First Aid training requirements.
This guide, written by David Patterson, is an extremely thorough and comprehensive resource regarding Paediatric First Aid - definitely work a read and bookmarking!!
SFA's updated version of the 2013/2014 Simplified Funding Rates catalogue. The catalogue lists all provision which the SFA has approved for public funding in 2013/2014 and their funding rates.
Clear and informative, Mike Cladingbowl, National Director, Schools fro Osted summaries why inspectors observe lessons, but that gradings are not necessarily here to stay!
Recommendations following the All Party Parliamentary Group for Micro Business calling for better integration of entrepreneur skills at all levels of education.
DfE factsheet outlining the proposed Progress 8 Measure before it is finalised early 2014.
The Learning Spy sharing that evidence states 70% of all feedback given by teachers to pupils falls on stony soil, but how 'triple impact marking' has transformed his marking from chore to, if not a pleasure, certainly a highlight of his working routine.
Non-statutory advice from the Department for Education to help schools, colleges and other training providers deliver work experience as a part of 16-19 study programmes and traineeships for 16-23 year olds.