Information relating to governor services, headteacher briefings, NQT services, early years and intervention guidance for substance misuse.
The advisory service comprises a team of advisers and consultants who work with schools and settings to promote and quality assure accurate school self- evaluation and provide advice and guidance on school improvement activity.
Information, policies and supporting materials to support processes of assessing under the national curriculum.
Guidance and information about early years provision for children aged five and under.
Guidance to support newly qualified teachers (NQTs), their headteachers and mentors.
Governor support services we offer to schools and academies.
Information, resources and guidance relating to sharing good practice across all school phases.
Training and support resources for headteachers, teaching staff, non-teaching staff and pupils.
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The early years lead teacher (EYLT) team are skillful early years foundation stage practitioners who have been selected through a quality assurance process by the Ladycross Infant and Nursery School teaching school, Alfreton Nursery School teaching school and the senior adviser for early years.
Advice, support, guidance and expertise for specific areas of the curriculum or aspects of provision.
A drug education consultant is employed within our education improvement service.
We are the leading provider of support, training and advice for Derbyshire schools.
Enhanced Temporary Additional Early Years Support (ETAEYS) information
The termly primary area headteachers and nursery forum meetings remain central to our strategy for effective communication and dialogue between headteachers and our senior officers.
Anyone aged between 14 and 24 years old can do a programme at one of the three levels which, when successfully completed, lead to a bronze, silver or gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
A good or better school for all learners by 2017.
We provide a comprehensive outdoor education and personal development service for all maintained nursery, infant, junior and primary, special and secondary schools, academies as well as sports and youth groups, individuals or groups with additional needs.
The Derbyshire Association for Small Schools (DASS) organise network meetings for headteachers of schools with approximately 120 pupils or less.
We provide hundreds of different courses and conferences that are available to all schools.
The termly special school forum meeting remains central to our strategy for effective communication and dialogue between the headteachers of the special schools, support centres and our senior officers.
We are fully committed to working with all its schools and settings in order to improve the quality of provision and outcomes for all young people in Derbyshire.
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