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15th February 2019

Welcome to this week's Friday Bulletin

We are looking forward to welcoming our new Director of Children’s Services, Sally Hodges, who will be joining us officially on Monday 18th February. There will be opportunities for you to meet Sally at Head Teacher meetings and briefings over the coming months.

We apologise for the issue with the link in last week’s article on the budget; we have reprinted the article this week with an active link.

Following the well -attended Chief Executive’s briefings held last week, we have had very positive feedback and good engagement regarding forming a consultation group of Head Teachers and Chief Executives to represent education professionals across Northamptonshire as we prepare for the change to unitary status.

Further details will be published after half term regarding the remit of the group and the formal procedure for getting involved.

In this week's bulletin:
Find out about:
  • Prepare for EU Exit
  • Virtual School Advisory Panel
  • Budget Information
  • School Open Letter
  • Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) and Video Enhanced Reflective Practice (VERP)
  • Teaching Apprenticeships
  • Early Help Northamptonshire Comm's
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) Awareness Briefing

Other Bulletins:
  • Early Years and Childcare Bulletin

Dates for your diary
  • Early Years Event 27 February 2019
  • Northamptonshire Collaborative Reading Project (NCRP) - Open Day events
    • Wednesday 27 February 2019  - 9am - 12pm
    • Tuesday 26 March 2019 - 9am - 12pm
  • Pen Green Early years Degree Open Day - Saturday 23 February 2019
Training courses offered:
  • Maplefields Teaching School Alliance
    • Safeguarding Training
    • Safer Recruitment Training
  • Supporting Successful Transitions for all children across the Early Years
  • Getting it right for Two Year Olds in School
  • EYFS Profile Moderation Agreement Trialling and Training for Reception teachers 2019
    • Radical Revision Workshop
    • A Level Mathematics Teaching Statistics with Technology
    • The Advanced Maths Support Programme
    • Coaching Matters

May you all have a happy, safe and relaxing half-term.

Sharon Muldoon
Acting Director for Children's Services
Northamptonshire County Council

1.   Prepare for EU Exit

FAO:  All
From: Children First Northamptonshire

As you area aware the United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) on 29th March 2019.

Leaving the EU means a number of changes that will affect businesses and individual citizens.

Please follow this link to find out how to prepare and the steps you may need to take


2.   Virtual School Advisory Panel

FAO:   Primary School Headteacher
From:  The Virtual School

Primary School Head Teacher Representative

This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join the Virtual School Advisory Panel (VSAP). The panel provides the Virtual School with a strategic view, acts as a critical friend and ensures accountability to improve the educational outcomes for children in the care of Northamptonshire County Council.

We would particularly welcome applications from those Head Teachers with an interest in previously-looked after children.

In addition to attending six locally based meetings over an academic year, there is an expectation that all its members will be actively committed to the success of the Virtual School and the corporate parenting role.

If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact panel member, Cath Kitchen (Head of Hospital and Outreach), on (01604) 662250 or

To apply please complete the application form on the Virtual School Bulletins section of the website and return to the chair, Councillor Fiona Baker by Friday 14th March 2019.

3. Budget Information

FAO:    All
From:  Children First Northamptonshire

Dear Colleagues
I just wanted to give you notice of our final set of budget proposals which we published.  These final proposals follow our public consultation and scrutiny process and also the Government’s announcement to allow us to raise more Council Tax for the next financial year.
Today’s announcements will include a proposal to raise Council Tax by 4.99%. If this is approved this would mean we would still have the second lowest like-for-like county tax rate in the country, while at the same time provide greater financial security for us as a County Council and also for any new Unitary Councils which are established.
The increase amounts to an additional 75p to £1 a week for the 70% of county residents who live in Bands A-C properties. This would raise an additional £5.8m for council. This additional income will be used to:
  • Provide greater financial resilience
  • Provide a more sustainable financial foundation for any future Unitary Councils.
  • Provide extra £475,000 to permanently reinstate the previous winter gritting and winter maintenance of roads
  • Allow us to stop plans to charge for community use of schools by uniformed and community groups
  • Provide an additional £1.2m for Children’s Services
  • Reverse plans to charge for higher specification community equipment
  • Provide an extra £673,000 towards independent social care placements
 In total the savings total for 2019/20 is £41m against a net budget of £418m.
This will be discussed by Cabinet on February 14 before being debated at Full Council on February 21.
Please note that the meeting is being held in the Room 15, County Hall and will commence at 10am.  You can access the documents using the link: Cabinet - 14 February 2019
Thank you for your continued support and as always I’m happy to discuss any element of these proposals.

4.   School Open Letter

FAO:    Head Teachers
From:  Children First Northamptonshire

Please click on the link below to access an open letter from the CIRV (Communithy Iniative to Reduce Violence) for information on the support that is available from the police in relation to gangs and drugs.

Open Day Letter

5.  Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) and 
     Video Enhanced Reflective Practice

FAO:     Heads, SENCOS and Family Support Workers
From:   Childrens First Therapy Services

VIG is an evidenced based technique that uses short video clips of positive interaction to help those involved understand successful aspects of their communication with others. It can be used for developing or repairing relationships. It actively engages the client to identify their best hopes for their relationship/ what they would like to change and offers support to work towards these goals. There is evidence that VIG contributes to sustainable change. It has a growing international evidence base. VIG has been established in Northamptonshire for over 10 years. It has been used effectively to support positive change in parent child relationships and within school environments for adult child relationships. It has commonly been a part of support plans developed as part of an Early Help Assessment.

Similarly, VERP uses video clips to support individuals or groups to develop their interaction skills in their work, through guided reflection on their chosen video clips of day-to-day practice. This is a strengths-based approach where professionals are helped to identify and build on their present skills and to set themselves their next goal or challenge. The focus of VERP is for the professional to reflect upon their own practice and take ownership over their professional development. This has been used with a wide range of professionals including teachers, teaching assistants and early years’ practitioners.

NICE guidelines recommend video feedback methods for improving parental sensitivity and attachment especially in the early years and for those at risk of entering care.

Both interventions can now be commissioned through the Children First Therapy Services team. Please see:

For further information regarding VIG and VERP, please see the Association for Video Interaction Guidance UK website:

6. Maths Conference and Follow-up Workshop

FAO:   All Head Teachers and Maths Teachers
From:  Children First Northamptonshire

Developing maths mastery was a key part of the fully-booked Teach Maths Northants Conference on 13th February. It was a huge success with keynote speakers delivering inspirational sessions for early years, primary and secondary colleagues.

If you weren’t able to attend or would like to know more about mastery at KS3 and KS4, there are free workshops coming up at The Latimer Arts College in Kettering, Welland park School in Market Harborough and other venues in the East Midlands. For further details and booking arrangements will be in the next edition of the Bulletin.

We would like to thanks the Regional Schools Commissioner and the DfE, the Enigma and East Midlands South Maths Hubs, Brooke Weston and Pen Green Teaching Schools, the Harris Federation and colleagues at the LA for making this partnership event happen. Further follow up opportunities are being planned and will be included in future Friday Bulletins.

7. Teaching Apprenticeships

FAO:   Schools with post graduate members of staff that would like to train to
            become a teacher
From: 5 Wells Development Centre and Inspire TSA

Please click here for information.

8.   Early Help Northamptonshire Comm's

FAO:      All
From:    The Children First Northamptonshire Early Help Team

Early Help in Northamptonshire has been refreshed, from 5 March 2019 there will be an updated Early Help webpage where you will find links to new forms:
  • Request for Advice form – Early Help Coordinators will then contact you with advice and guidance.
  • A new online Early Help Assessment (EHA) and Action Plan – these have been updated to reflect the Signs of Safety approach.  All new EHAs will need to be completed online and submitted.  This will ensure that all your early help support is recognised and recorded.  The current form will not be available after 4th March 2019 and EHAs already completed on the old form won’t be accepted after 29th March 2019 .
  • An online EHA closure form – this will ensure we have a record of when you have completed your early help support.

9. Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)
    Awareness Briefing

FAO:    Teaching Assistants, support staff and Headteachers
From:   The University of Northampton

Date: 4pm on Tuesday 5th March 2019
Venue: Moulton Community Centre, Sandy Hill, Reedings, Moulton, Northampton, NN3 7AX

We invite Teaching Assistants, Cover Supervisors, Unqualified Teachers, Learning Mentors and Headteachers or staff responsible for professional development to this free HLTA Awareness Briefing where they can find out whether they are ready for HLTA status, how to apply, the cost and what opportunities this may lead to in the future.

The HLTA project manager who has 8 years experience of working on the HLTA programme and is a former teacher will be giving a presentation and explaining the application process followed by a question and answer session. Information on our HLTA programme can be found at:

We are part of the HLTA National Assessment Partnership, further information can be found at:

To book a place on 5th March please contact Emma Stephenson at The University of Northampton on either or 01604 893527. The next HLTA cohort in Northampton will start on 2nd May 2019.


10.  Northamptonshire Collaborative Reading
     Project (NCRP) – Open Day events

FAO:   Headteacher/Principals, Literacy Subject Leaders/KS2 teachers
From:  Learning, Skills & Education

We are holding 2 open day events as part of the NCRP Reading Project this term as detailed below:

Developing the learning environment and sharing good practice in the teaching of reading – open days with guided tours of lead/project schools

Date/time             27 February 2019 – 9am-12pm
                             26 March 2019 - 9am-12pm
Audience             Headteachers/Subject leaders/KS2 teachers

Cost per person   £75

The purpose of these events is to celebrate the work schools have been doing as part of the NCRP project so far and share good practice in the teaching of reading, particularly in KS2. Each school has designed and shaped their own approach to the teaching of reading, using elements of the NCRP project and adapting this to suit the needs of their pupils. Further information about the schools opening, including their context and approach to the teaching of reading, can be found on the links below.  Headteachers and subjects leaders who are driving improvements in reading are invited to attend, as well as KS2 teachers who would benefit from this. We would recommend that, wherever possible, delegates undertake the visit alongside a colleague so that they are able to reflect on practice seen together and engage in professional discussions about their own practice and any potential areas for development.

Please note that there are a limited number of places on these sessions. Please click on the link to book your place.

1. Wednesday 27th February

Spring Lane Primary school, Spring Lane, Northampton, NN1 2JW

Moulton Primary School, Church Hill, Moulton, Northampton, NN3 7SW

Hartwell Primary School, School Lane, Hartwell, Northampton, NN7 2HL

Henry Chichele Primary, School Lane, Higham Ferrers, Northants, NN10 8BQ

2. Tuesday 26th March

Park Junior School, Great Park Street, Wellingborough, Northants, NN8 4PH

Greenfields Community Primary School, Highfield Road,Kettering,Northants, NN15 6HY

Roade Primary School, Hartwell Road, Roade, Northampton, NN7 2NT

West Haddon CE Primary, The Green, West Haddon, Northampton, NN6 7AN

11. Early Years and Childcare Bulletin

FAO: Primary Headteachers and Early Years Practitioners
From: Early Years Team

Please click here to access the latest and past editions of the Early Years Bulletin which is published weekly.

Please find the e-mails and links to use for contact and advice with the EY Improvement Team for EYFS in Schools / PVI / Nurseries / Childminders and Out of school Provision.
Early Years Improvement Team
To find information on Facebook follow:  Northamptonshire Early Years Improvement Team Facebook
For all questions about funding for 2 / 3 / 4 year olds and 30 hours please contact:
The Northamptonshire EY Website is available for information on funding, the early years foundation stage (EYFS) and teaching resources and training.
Early years and childcare

12.  Early Years Event 27 February 2019

FAO:     Any Early Years settings or primary schools with an early years
              provision.    Do you have  Early Years  managers or possibly
              head teachers (if a primary school)
From:    University of Northampton

If you are just starting out in your Early Years career or are looking to develop your knowledge in the field, come along to the University of Northampton’s Early Years Information Event on Wednesday 27 February.  Programme Leaders will be on hand to talk about Early Years courses from Foundation Degrees to Masters. For more information or to register visit

13.  Training Available from Maplefields
       Teaching School Alliance

FAO:   All
From:  Maplefields TSA

All courses, unless otherwise stated, are held at Maplefields Teaching School Alliance, Tower Hill Road, Corby, Northamptonshire.

Safeguarding Training

With safeguarding being an essential aspect of your role, we can help you keep your knowledge and training up to date with these valuable tailor made courses to suit all. 
Both sessions include pre course reading which will be provided 2 weeks prior to the course. 
This course will be led by NSPCC trained trainers, Sharon Taylor & Tracy Hall who are also DSL’s in their setting.
All Courses are certified.
DSL for staff new to role
Cost                £125 per participant, including lunch and refreshments
Dates              1st April 2019
                        3rd July 2019
Time                9.00am – 4.30pm
DSL Refresher Course
Cost                £105 per participant, including lunch and refreshments
Dates              26th April 2019
                       11th July 2019                    
Time               9.30am – 2.30pm Optional hour for delegates to discuss 
                       additional support 2.30 - 3.30pm

Safer Recruitment
This course is designed to further knowledge and understanding of how ‘Safer Recruitment’ fits in with wider context of keeping children safe.  Giving the skills to identify key features that could help to prevent appointment of    unsuitable people.
Course is certified
Cost                £85 per participant, including refreshments
Dates              14th May 2019
Time               9.30am-12.30pm
For more information or to book any of the above or to find out more about the many other courses we run please visit our website

Or contact:                        Leanne Burrows 
                                         Teaching School Coordinator
                                         T: 01536 424090 Opt. 2

14. Supporting Successful Transitions for all
      children across the Early Years

FAO:    Early Year’s Practitioners, Teachers, Teaching Assistants,
             Childminders and Early Years out of school care providers

This half day course is for early year’s practitioners, teachers, teaching assistants, childminders and early years out of school care providers whose role involve them in helping to support children through the transition processes. You will have the opportunity to discuss the key principles underpinning successful transition for all children, including those with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND) as well as examine some practical approaches to supporting a smooth transition for all children.

Course Code:    EYWFD111
Title:                  Supporting Successful Transitions for all children across the
                          Early Years.
Venue:              Northampton
Date:                 28th March 2019
Time:                09.30-12.00
Cost:                 £50.00

Link to course description/booking: NCC Website

15.   Getting it right for Two Year Olds in

FAO:    Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Teachers, Teaching Assistants and
             Early Years Practitioners
From:   Early Years Improvement

This twilight session is for headteachers, senior leaders, teachers, teaching assistants and early years practitioners who are considering or who have recently started taking 2 year olds into school.

You will have the opportunity to discuss two year olds development, the statutory progress check at age 2 and the implications in terms of practice and provision of taking two year olds.

Delegates will be provided with a pack of resources.
Places are limited to 2 delegates per school.

Course Code :     EYWFD106
Title:                    Getting it right for Two Year Olds in School
Venue:                Northampton
Date:                   25 March 2019
Time:                   4.00 to 6.30pm
Cost                     £50
Link to Course  Description/booking:  NCC Website

16. EYFS Profile Moderation Agreement
     Trialling and Training for Reception
      teachers 2019

FAO:   Early Years Practitioners
From:  Early Years Team 

EYFS Profile Moderation Agreement Trialling and Training for Reception teachers 2019

Early Years Foundation Stage Profile Training and Agreement Trialling is for practitioners responsible for the completion of the EYFS Profile. During training, exemplifications of national standards are used to ensure national consistency with regards to the principles and processes of EYFS Profile assessment and the accuracy of judgements.

Course Code        Date               Time                Venue               Link to course

EYWFD95a      25/02/2019    9:30 – 12:00    Northampton          NCC Website

EYWFD95b       25/02/2019   1:30 – 4pm      Northampton          NCC Website

EYWFD95c       01/03/2019    9:30 – 12:00    Northampton         NCC Website

EYWFD95d       01/03/2019    1:30 – 4pm      Northampton         NCC Website
EYWFD95e        08/03/2019    1:30 –4pm      Northampton         NCC Website

EYWFD95f        26/02/2019    9:30 – 12:00    Kettering                NCC Website

EYWFD95g       26/02/2019    1:30 – 4pm      Kettering                NCC Website

EYWFD95h       06/03/2019    9:30 – 12:00    Kettering                NCC Website

EYWFD95j        06/03/2019    1:30 – 4pm      Kettering                 NCC Website

EYWFD95k       28/02/2019    1:30 – 4pm      Towcester               NCC Website

EYWFD95l        05/03/2019    1:30 – 4pm      Towcester               NCC Website

EYWFD95m      07/03/2019    1:30 – 4 pm     Towcester               NCC Website

EYWFD95n       04/03/2019    9:30 – 12:00    Wellingborough       NCC Website

EYWFD95p       04/03//2019   1:30 – 4pm        Wellingborough     NCC Website

17.   Pen Green Early Years Degree Open Day
        Saturday 23rd February 2019

FAO:     Northamptonshire Schools and Early Years Settings
From:    Pen Green Centre

Come along to find out more about our unique, Early Years degree courses and Teacher Training routes.

Meet the tutor team, have your questions answered and find out more about student finance.

Our team will be available to talk through the best pathway for you.  Whether you are just starting your journey or looking to further your professional development, we can offer advice and guidance to help you to reach your goals.

Click here for further information.

18.  SWAN Teaching School Alliance

FAO:     All
From:    SWAN Teaching School Alliance

Radical Revision workshop
Radical Revision workshop

The Radical Revision workshop will be delivered by Claire Gadsby.

Claire has worked in a range of settings across all phases of education, and across the breadth of the school improvement agenda, both in the UK and overseas. Claire has written materials for the National Strategies and Oxford University Publishing.

The Radical Revision Workshop will provide active strategies for revision and getting organised, and skills for examination success. Based on the latest international research on memory and how the brain works, and including activities to suit all types of learners from the visual to the kinaesthetic. The workshop will cover:

  • Fun Methods you can use to revise any subject
  • Ways to revise effectively with other people or alone
  • Tips for getting organised and avoiding common mistakes

The aim of the workshop is to provide teaching staff with a range of revision techniques which they can then take back to the classroom.
Event Date Session: Monday 18th March 2019 9.00am – 12.00pm
Location: GUTP House, Towcester, Northamptonshire
Cost: £70 per delegate for SLA members and £80 per delegate non SLA members.
A Level Mathematics Teaching Statistics with Technology
A Level Mathematics Teaching Statistics with Technology

This course is aimed at teachers who are teaching the statistics element of A Level Mathematics or those who anticipate doing so in the near future. The session will be facilitated by Paul Chillingworth from Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI).

Course Aims

  • To support teachers in using technology to enhance their teaching of the Statistics element of A level Mathematics.
  • To understand how technology can be used to gain familiarity with the large data set and develop interpretation skills.
  • To understand how the enhanced scientific or graphical calculator can be used to support the learning of statistical concepts

Course Overview

  • Large Data Sets: how technology can be used to gain familiarity and teach statistical concepts
  • Practical Activities using the large data sets with GeoGebra and spreadsheets
  • Using the GeoGebra probability calculator in statistics lessons
  • Using the graphing and enhanced scientific calculators
  • Sample assessment questions: how the use of technology impacts upon assessment

Materials and Equipment

Please bring a laptop that has Geogebra 5 classic and a spreadsheet installed.  It would also be useful to download the large dataset for the specification that you are teaching.


The Advanced Maths Support Programme is providing this training. For more information on the AMSP please visit their website at

Event Date Session: Thursday 28th March 2019 9.30am – 4.00pm
Location: GUTP House, Towcester, Northamptonshire
Cost: £30 for SLA Members and £50 for non SLA members. Lunch and refreshments are included.
Coaching Matters 6.6.19
Coaching Matters

Coaching is an effective way to help colleagues to reach their highest level and untap their potential. Coaching matters will enable you to empower your colleagues whilst encouraging you to reflect on your own practice: coaching matters for both the coach and the coachee.


Coaching is an effective way to help colleagues to reach their highest level and untap their potential. Coaching matters will enable you to empower your colleagues whilst encouraging you to reflect on your own practice: coaching matters for both the coach and the coachee.


  • Developing an effect coaching relationship with colleagues
  • Exploring different coaching models and approaches
  • Coaching questions
  • What is the difference between coaching and mentoring
  • Developing deep listening skills
  • Communication skills and what your body language says about you
  • LIVE peer coaching

Event Date Session: Thursday 6th June 2019 9.00am – 3.00pm
Location: GUTP House, Towcester, Northamptonshire
Cost: £200.00 per delegate including lunch and refreshments. 1 free place to SLA level 3 members

Training courses advertised this term

Learning, Skills & Education

NCRP LA Reading Project
  • Developing the learning environment and sharing good practice in the teaching of reading - End Feb 2019 – dates to be confirmed

The Virtual School
  • Designated Governor Training
    • Tuesday 14th May 6.30 - 8.30pm at Whitefriars Primary or
    • Thursday 23rd May 6.30 - 8.30pm at St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School, Northampton.
    • ePEP System Training for Designated Teachers and DT Support Staff - Tuesday 26th February 2019, Thursday 28th February 2019

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - 20th February 2019, Northampton
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - 20th February 2019, Northampton
  • Emotion Coaching - An introduction - 27th February 2019, Northampton
  • Solihull Approach: Foundation Course - 5th and 19th Mar 2019, Northampton
  • Domestic Abuse - The impact on children and young people - 6th March 2019, Kettering 
  • Drawing and Talking: Advance - 12th March 2019, Northampton
  • Protective Behaviours - 14th March 2019, Kettering
  • Resilience and Wellbeing for Children and Young People in a Digital Age - 14th March 2019, Northampton
  • Anxiety: What do you do with it? - 20th March 2019, Kettering 
For more information about any of the above courses please visit:
If you have any questions email:
Bookings can be made at:

Early Years Team
  • EYFS Profile Moderation Agreement Trialling and Training for Reception teachers 2019
    • EYWFD95a 25/02/2019 9:30 – 12:00 Northampton 
    • EYWFD95b 25/02/2019 1:30 – 4pm Northampton 
    • EYWFD95c 01/03/2019 9:30 – 12:00 Northampton 
    • EYWFD95d 01/03/2019 1:30 – 4pm Northampton 
    • EYWFD95e 08/03/2019 1:30 –4pm Northampton 
    • EYWFD95f 26/02/2019 9:30 – 12:00 Kettering  
    • EYWFD95g 26/02/2019 1:30 – 4pm Kettering  
    • EYWFD95h 06/03/2019 9:30 – 12:00 Kettering  
    • EYWFD95j 06/03/2019 1:30 – 4pm Kettering  
    • EYWFD95k 28/02/2019 1:30 – 4pm Towcester 
    • EYWFD95l 05/03/2019 1:30 – 4pm Towcester 
    • EYWFD95m 07/03/2019 1:30 – 4 pm Towcester 
    • EYWFD95n 04/03/2019 9:30 – 12:00 Wellingborough  
    • EYWFD95p 04/03//2019 1:30 – 4pm Wellingborough  
  • the new Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum -  EYWFD101 - 1st February 2019
Please see NCC Website for details.

  • Governor Training
    • New Governor Induction - Saturday 16 February 2019
    • Safeguarding for Governors - Tuesday 26 February 2019
    • Health and Safety for Governors in LA Schools and Academies - Tuesday 2 April 2019
    • Exclusion - Governor Role - Tuesday 30 April 2019
    • New Governor Induction - Tuesdays 4, 11 and 18 June 2019
    • Safeguarding for Governors - Tuesday 25 June 2019
Courses for Governors from LGSS Learning and Development 2018/19
  • HR
    • Cancer in the workplace Bitesize Session (10am -12pm) Difficult Conversations Bitesize Session (1pm -3pm) Monday 4th March 2019 - Northampton Monday 4th March 2019 – Northampton
    • Employment Law Update (9:30am – 12:30pm) Employment Law Update (9:30am – 12:30pm) Wednesday 6th March 2019 - Milton Keynes Thursday 7th March 2019 – Northampton
    • Single Central Record Bitesize Session (10am -12pm) Managing Equality Bitesize Session (1pm -3pm) Tuesday 12th March 2019 – Northampton Tuesday 12th March 2019 – Northampton
    • Absence (9:30am – 4:00pm) Safer Recruitment Training (9.30am -4.00pm)Thursday 21st March 2019 - Northampton 29th January / 26th February/ 26th March 2019 - Milton Keynes

Pen Green
Fairfields TSA


Maplefields TSA
  • Challenging Conversations - Tuesday 26th February 2019
  • Safeguarding Training - DSL for staff new to role, 1st April 2019 - DSL Refresher Course, Friday 26th April 2019
  •  Team Teach
    • 6 hr Course - 1st March 2019,10th May 2019
    • 12 hr course - 17th & 24th May 2019 
  • Refresher Courses
  • Foundation (6hr) Refresher - 29th March 2019, 28th June 2019
  • Basic (12hr) Refresher - 8th February 2019,  17th May 2019
  • Working with Parents- 14th March 2019
  • Our Behaviour Outreach Service
For more information on any of the above or to find out more about the many other courses we run please contact:  Leanne Burrows, , 01536 424090 Option 2


Hatton TSA
  • RQT Action Research Project course - The Duston School Wednesday 27th February, Wollaston School Thursday 28th February 2019
  • Accelerate Teaching Programme - Thursday 7th March 2019
  • Recently Qualified Teacher (RQT) Action Research project - The Duston School Wednesday 27th Feb, Wollaston school 28th February
Please contact for more details and to confirm your place.


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