Information relating to governor services, headteacher briefings, NQT services, early years and intervention guidance for substance misuse.
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.
Bespoke, scheduled and targeted training opportunities for new and established Early Years and Childcare settings.
The Early Years Team provides information, advice and training to Ofsted registered Derbyshire Early Years and Childcare settings.
Our well-established Education Improvement Service has vast experience of leading and shaping new initiatives at local authority level. We are the leading provider of support, training and advice for Derbyshire schools.
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 is made up of 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.
The health and wellbeing consultants offer training, consultancy and advice on Personal Social and Health Education.
Enhanced Temporary Additional Early Years Support (ETAEYS) information.
The Early Years Quality Team can provide specialist and bespoke training tailored to your setting or local network needs.
Early Years Foundation stage (EYFS) safeguarding and welfare guidance.
The local authority undertakes statutory duties in relation to moderation and monitoring of assessments in line with requirements outlined annually by the DfE and the Standards and Testing Agency.
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.
Termly newsletter for Derbyshire Early Years.
From September 2017, funding has been agreed for us to provide The Derbyshire Entitlement, a range of school improvement activities designed to support the leadership needs of maintained schools.
The Derbyshire Association for Small Schools (DASS) organises network meetings for headteachers of schools with approximately 120 pupils or less.
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.
Safeguarding children in the Early Years – referrals and training.
School-based advice and guidance on all areas of school improvement, teaching and learning, and leadership.
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.
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