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Managing Fire Safety Course (formally Fire Risk Assessment Training)

Objectives At the end of the course students will: understand the dangers of fire understand current fire safety legislation understand fire hazards in buildings be able to carry out a Fire Safety risk assessment Content covered: management responsibility for fire prevention regulatory Reform Order (Fire Safety) 2005 fire safety training for employees fire safety risk assessment (please bring along your current professional fire risk assessment) formula…

Manual Handling of Objects Training

Manual handling involves the lifting or moving of loads which could potentially cause injury to a person's back or to their muscles, tendons, ligaments etc. Whilst lifting is the most immediate action which comes to mind, manual handling also encompasses climbing with loads, pushing and pulling, pivoting. In fact, any action that is performed whilst handling an object that is heavy or awkward enough to place strain on the body This course provides the necessary information and training for e…

Maths trails

Educational establishments have access to free Local Maths Trails written around some of the major towns in the County. Maths trails exist for Aylesbury, Amersham, Chesham, Buckingham, High Wycombe, Marlow and Wendover. Please contact us for your e-copy and planning pack

Medical conditions in schools

School Nurse The first port of call for schools should always be the school nurse. The School Nursing Services provides face-to-face training in the instance of a new diagnosis or for cases that are more complex for asthma, epilepsy, continence, and EpiPen training. The School Nursing Service is no longer providing yearly updates for EpiPen, asthma, and epilepsy training on a routine basis. They now recommend schools source this training via e-learning, available via recognised special…

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Meetings and Conferences

Many of these meetings are by invitation unless you are an elected representative, a secondary head teacher, or a new head teacher. BASH (Buckinghamshire Association of Secondary Headteachers) BASL (Buckinghamshire Association of Senior Leaders) BESST (Buckinghamshire Education School Support and Training) FOSS (Federation of Small Schools) HAWG (Headteacher Admissions Working Group) Huddles – every Wednesday morning at 8am on Teams PEB (Primary Executive Board) PHAWG…

Mental health

As “universal services”, schools and colleges play a vital role in promoting positive mental health, identifying needs, and providing early intervention in cases of mental ill-health. Mental health Resources and Guidance Bucks CAMHS are specialist mental health services for children and young people provided by the NHS. Buckinghamshire CAMHS Young Minds Support for schools, parents, and young people Buckinghamshire Mind delivering high-quality community-based services across the…

Mental health & wellbeing

Mental health problems often develop early and, between the ages of 5-15, one in every nine children has a mental disorder (NHS Long Term Plan, 2019). Half of all mental health problems are established by the age of 14, with three-quarters experiencing symptoms by their mid-twenties. In Buckinghamshire’s 2021 OxWell Schools Survey, it was reported that four in ten children and young people had a low well-being score, with one in three never or rarely feeling good about themselves. Deve…

Mental Health and Wellbeing Training (facilitated by Buckinghamshire Mind)

Suitable for: Management or frontline staff to manage stress and mental health in the workplace or school Buckinghamshire Mind is the leading mental health charity in Buckinghamshire; their training services are uniquely built around the insight and knowledge of local people who are experiencing or are recovering from mental health problems. Each course has been designed to meet the diverse mental health needs of the County’s community. Whether taken for personal development and wellbeing…

Minutes and papers (statutory)

Minutes and papers considered at meetings of the governing board and its committees Applies to Maintained Schools, Academies and Free Schools Background The clerk must ensure that minutes are drawn up, approved by the governing board and are signed by the chair at the next meeting. The governing board must make copies of its agenda and minutes of its meetings available to view on request. This does not include information that is confidential. Approval Full governing board or…

Model agenda for an Annual Review meeting

Download as Word document This version may not be accessible 1 Welcome, introductions and purpose · Record attendees, non-attendance and reports submitted on the Record of Annual Review form · Ensure that everyone has access to all of the papers Chair 5 mins 2 The child or young person’s voice · Highlight achievements and successes · Identify aspirations All 10 mins 3. The par…

Multi Sensory Impairment

Support for children with a Multi Sensory Impairment A specialist teacher of Multi Sensory Impairment will work with children and young people 0 to 25 years with or without Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) in in homes, mainstream schools (maintained and academies), some non-maintained nurseries, some specialist provision and in some colleges. Who the service provides for: The team support children, young people and their families. Support is provided for children…

Multi-sensory Impairment Specialist Teachers

Part of the iSEND Service, the Multi-sensory Impairment Specialist (MSI) Team consists of a Specialist Teacher dedicated to fostering the educational growth and personal development of children and young people (CYP) with a multi-sensory Impairment. MSI team support The Multi-sensory Impairment Specialist Teacher supports children and young people (CYP) 0 to 25 years with or without Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) who meet the criteria according to the NatSIP Eligibility Framewor…

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