training and CPD
Information about a one day training course for all schools on Resilience, led by an Educational Psychologist.
Empowering Parents, Empowering Communities (EPEC) is an evidence-based, low-cost parenting programme. It combines peer-led parenting groups with training, supervision and support provided by parenting specialists based in local services. In Solihull, the courses would be offered in three wards: Chelmsley Wood, Kingshurst & Fordbridge and Smiths Wood to vulnerable families with children with behaviour conduct issues aged 2-11 years initially.
Please see lists available to download below outlining our Core Briefings and Partnership CPD offers for the Spring Term.
There are likely to be additions to the briefings programme and we will keep you updated via Head Lines when additional events are added.
All maintained schools and academies with primary age children in Solihull are now using the Jigsaw PSHE resource. An important aspect of this provision is age appropriate relationship and sex education. In order to support best practice and the changes ahead regarding statutory relationships education in primary schools from September 2019, I am delighted to be able to invite you to a free one day course on the 13th March. For further details, please see the flier attached.
Children in education provision funded by the local authority, who were adopted from local authority care or who have left care under a special guardianship or child arrangements order, (formally known as a residence order), are eligible to attract the Pupil Premium. A statement for headteachers to include in communications to parents is available below.