Education Noticeboard: 21 October 2021

Welcome to the Education Noticeboard. A round-up of news, guidance and key updates for education settings.

Included in this update:

  1. Director Update
  2. Short Breaks consultation launch
  3. Autism strategy and consultation launch 
  4. Health Protection Hub – half-term arrangements 
  5. COVID-19 vaccination programme for 12 – 15 year olds 
  6. Anti-vax protestors – school premises 
  7. Pre-exclusion hotline case study
  8. Applications for secondary schools close on 31 October 2021
  9. Telford & Wrekin staff flu vaccination programme 2021
  10. Telford & Wrekin Safeguarding Partnership Newsletter
  11. Deferring attendance week 
  12. Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) and Elective Home Education (EHE) requirements 
  13. Summer school programme 2021 – reporting 
  14. Teachers pay update
  15. Average holiday pay
  16. Union facility time, Academic year 2021/22 – request for support 
  17. Schools Financial Value Standard (SFVS) 2021/22 – maintained school only 
  18. Autism Spectrum Condition Training 
  19. An Exciting Opportunity from Capgemini
  20. CPD courses for school staff, senior leaders and governors
  21. Telford & Wrekin half-term activity brochure

Director Update

Dear colleagues

Half-term is almost here and for those who will have a break I hope you get a chance to wind down after an incredibly busy half term. 

This week’s noticeboard includes the launch of two consultations being carried out by Telford & Wrekin: The first is about the Short Breaks provision, used by our children and young people with disabilities. The second is centred on an autism strategy for young people and adults. Please do take a look.

A number of updates have been provided, including details of the staff flu vaccination programme, teachers’ pay update and important information from human resources and finance. There is also a list of CPD opportunities which are due to take place after half-term, to enable you to plan in advance.

Also included is updates around COVID-19 guidance. This includes arrangements for reporting of positive cases over the week long school break (should you feel it necessary), information about the vaccination programme for children and young people and guidance for dealing with anti-vax protestors.

Wishing you all a lovely October half-term.

Best wishes

Director: Education and Skills

Short breaks consultation launch

Telford & Wrekin want to gather feedback on the current activities, care and support options available in our borough for our young people with a disability (up to the age of 25) and learn from people’s experience of using these. 

This consultation will help shape the borough’s Short Breaks services and update our Short Breaks Offer for children and young people with a disability. Enhancing independence, developing skills, enabling better choice and control over their lives and the services they access - all these are key for our children’s personal and social development and an integral part of our Short Breaks consultation.

The Short Breaks consultation will run until 10 December 2021 – more details, including ways to have your say, are on the website

You can read the full news release on the Telford & Wrekin Newsroom.

Autism strategy and consultation launch 

Telford & Wrekin Council and Autism West Midlands are launching a consultation to get the views of people with autism, their families and carers, as well as professionals across the borough. The consultation will be on the services and support that is available to them.

Telford & Wrekin are working in partnership with Autism West Midlands to engage with people and develop a new strategy that will help shape future services.

The autism strategy consultation will kick off with a virtual launch event on Thursday 21 October 2021. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.

Details on the consultation and full details for how to take part are on the website.

You can read the full news release on the Telford & Wrekin Newsroom.

Health Protection Hub – half-term arrangements 

Since the start of term schools are not required to undertake test and trace activity.   During the term schools and setting have however been notifying the health protection hub of positive cases and support has been provided as necessary. 

It would continue to be helpful if schools and settings are able to monitor their COVID notification emails for 4 days after the school breaks up for half term.  This allows for 48 hours for onset and a further 2 days for late notification of those cases.  This may be particularly helpful where schools have scheduled trips during the first week back, so that early notification can be given if cancellation in necessary.  To be clear this is a request and not a mandate.  Schools are not required to do this and it is a voluntary activity. 

When notifying the hub of cases please continue to use the online form.

The Health Protection Hub can be contacted by sending an email to

COVID-19 vaccination programme for 12 – 15 year olds 

Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin School Aged Immunisation Service (SAIS) Team is managing the roll out and administration of the COVID-19 vaccines to 12 to 15 year olds in schools, including special schools.

Schools will be contacted by the SAIS team to inform them of the COVID-19 vaccination session date. Please be aware that it is not possible to change the date of your scheduled immunisation session due to the rapid roll out of the COVID-19 vaccination programme for this age group and the movement of the vaccine.

It is a requirement of the government to deliver the COVID-19 programme in schools by the first week of November.

In advance of the immunisation session, schools are asked to send the parent consent letter to all eligible parents/carers of children aged 12 to 15 years old (they must be 12 on the day of the vaccination session).

The SAIS team will contact schools 48 hours before they are due to attend to find out how many consent forms have been received by the school. This will inform how much vaccine to bring to the school. If more consent forms are received after this time the SAIS team will be unable to vaccinate those children due to the process of defrosting and refrigeration of the vaccine.

On the day of the vaccination, it would be helpful if schools could provide the SAIS team with the following:

  • A list of the children who are expecting to be vaccinated on the day. 
  • Any screens the school may have to provide additional privacy for the children.
  • A member of the team to support with bringing the children for their vaccine and to assist with any queries if possible.

Following the vaccination session, the SAIS team will contact the school to find out how many additional children still require a vaccination. Depending on the number of children a follow-up vaccination session will be arranged, or if numbers are low alternatively, children will be invited to attend a ‘catch-up’ clinic outside of school hours.

We understand this is logistically very difficult due to the large numbers and short notice involved in this programme. We appreciate your cooperation during these challenging times to safeguard the wellbeing and education of your pupils.

Useful information:

Please direct any queries to Harriet Hopkins by sending an email to

Anti-vax protestors – school premises 

The Government have allowed Schools to use their school premises to carry out COVID-19 vaccinations on the children of that school.  This has caused an increase in tensions amongst Anti-Vax supporters.

Recently, a school in Bishops Castle, Shropshire was subject to five anti-vax protestors gaining entry to the school and demonstrating in the school hallways around the COVID-19 Vaccinations. Their intention was to interview and pass a letter to the head teacher.  Mobile Telephones were used by the group to video record the school, the children and staff. This caused the school to go into emergency lockdown due to serious breaches of security and safeguarding, and posed a serious nuisance and disturbance to all pupils and staff.

Police were called and the group were removed from the premises, refusing to give their names. One individual was identified by a Police Community Support Officer from the local area.

Guidance from S547 Education Act 1996:

Powers and legislation
Schools are private property. People do not have an automatic right to enter. Parents have an ‘implied licence’ to come on to school premises at certain times, for instance:

  • for appointments
  • to attend a school event
  • to drop off or pick up younger children

Anyone who breaks those rules would be trespassing.

Barring individuals from school premises:
Trespassing is a civil offence. This means that schools can ask someone to leave and take civil action in the courts if someone trespasses regularly. The school may want to write to regular trespassers to tell them that they are potentially committing an offence.  The School have the power to bar individuals if they feel that their aggressive, abusive or insulting behaviour or language is a risk to staff or pupils. It’s enough for a member of staff or a pupil to feel threatened.

Removing individuals from school premises:
Section 547 of the Education Act 1996 makes it a criminal offence for a person who is on school premises without legal permission to cause or permit a nuisance or disturbance. Trespassing itself does not constitute a criminal offence.

To have committed a criminal offence, an abusive individual must have been barred from the premises or have exceeded their ‘implied licence’, then to have caused a nuisance or disturbance.

If there are reasonable grounds to suspect that someone has committed an offence, then they can be removed from the school by a police officer or a person authorised by the appropriate authority.

This is a summary only offence and an arrest may be necessary to protect a child or vulnerable person and/or to ascertain a person’s name or address.

Pre-exclusion hotline case study

The pre-exclusion hotline has been working very well and this has best been used when a school is considering an exclusion whereby a member of the team has been able to offer immediate work to discuss the exclusion and offer preventative work, supporting child and school.

One example of this was a school who telephoned the pre-exclusion hotline requesting support.

Contact was made as a child had got himself into trouble swearing, telling staff he is going to kill them. The issue was that there had already been a fixed term exclusion. The school noticed that the child has complex needs and has previously utilised alternative provision.

The school felt that information provided to them by primary colleagues did not evidence the complex needs and support that was previously provided. As Local Authority (LA) officers, the Behaviour Support Development and Advisory Team (BSATs) were able to check the protocol system to see the extensive support that had previously been provided and were able to discuss this with the school. 

An immediate visit was planned which allowed for the team to support the child and discuss the reasons for his behaviours using a restorative approach. An offer of a restorative justice session with the child, teacher involved and the school supported the school to prevent the exclusion. Following this, school wanted to hold a series of support sessions from BSAT which were then traded through the service.

In this instance, the ongoing support has allowed the team to check in weekly with the child and has demonstrated that he remains in school and is doing well with the right support at the right time.

Use of the pre-exclusion hotline will resume after the half-term break. They can be contacted on 07816372459.

Applications for secondary schools close on 31 October 2021

that there are a few year six students who have not applied for their secondary place for 2022-23.  The closing date for applications is 31 October 2021

Children risk not being offered one of their preferred schools if they apply after this date. As a matter of urgency can all primary school colleagues please check their SAM portal to see which year six children have not applied and encourage the families to complete their applications prior to 31 October 2021.  If you are unsure how to see this information within the SAM portal, please contact Zoe Slattery, Education Project Officer, by sending an email to, and she will be able to show you how to do this.

Further information about the secondary admission process can be found on the website.

Telford & Wrekin staff flu vaccination programme 2021

This winter we are pleased to offer a limited number of flu vaccinations to staff working in schools and early years settings who cannot get a free flu vaccination via the NHS. Staff who can get a free NHS vaccination are asked not book through the Telford & Wrekin Staff Flu Vaccination Programme.

Many more people can get a free NHS jab this year, including:  

  • people over the age of 50, 
  • those with certain long term health conditions, 
  • those who are pregnant and those who live with people who are high risk.   

Health and social care staff are also eligible for a free NHS flu jab and these staff social care staff are expected to be offered a flu vaccination when receiving their COVID-19 boosters.  

To learn more about who is eligible for a free NHS flu jab, please visit the NHS website or read the NHS leaflet.

Those eligible for a free flu jab do not need to wait for your GP invitation. Many Telford town centre supermarkets (Tesco, Asda) and pharmacies (Boots, Lloyds, Superdrug) offer the jab onsite. 

Find a pharmacy that offers the NHS flu vaccine

Staff flu clinics:

Those who cannot get a free NHS flu vaccine can book into the Council staff clinics via Ollie. Should anyone experience any problems logging onto Ollie, you can log a call through ICT self-service

The clinics are being held in Darby House and at the Skills and Enterprise Hub in the coming weeks - both of which have ample free parking.   

On the day of your appointment please: 

  • arrive 5 minutes before your allocated appointment time so officers can check your information
  • ensure that you present your ID badge to the officers so that your attendance can be recorded
  • ensure that you are wearing appropriate clothing to present your arm quickly and easily to the nurses to administer your vaccine.

Please note:  

  • These clinics are for Telford & Wrekin staff only (including early years and school staff).  
  • You can only receive your vaccine if you have booked a slot via Ollie. 
  • Due to anticipated demand this year, we can only book in those who are NOT eligible for a free NHS flu jab.

Telford & Wrekin Safeguarding Partnership Newsletter

The October Telford & Wrekin Safeguarding Partnership Newsletter is now available to download.

Articles include:

  • Partnership Team Roles & Responsibilities
  • Safer Online Lives
  • Safeguarding Vulnerable Dependent Drinkers
  • Child Safeguarding Practice Review Updates
  • Modern Slavery Offences sentencing Guidelines
  • Upcoming Multi-Agency Training
  • Information on seminars and workshops.

Telford & Wrekin Safeguarding Partnership Newsletter: October 2021

Deferring attendance week 

Due to the current circumstances and continuing absence due to COVID-19 the Attendance Support Team are deferring ‘Attendance Week’ from November 2021 to the Spring term 2022.

Schools are to be congratulated for the hard work in sustaining good attendance rates in these challenging times. Good school attendance is essential for children to achieve their potential and stay safe, and the efforts of everyone are appreciated.

Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) and Elective Home Education (EHE) requirements 

The updated Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021 came into force on 1 September 2021 and has a specific section on Elective Home Education, which reads:

  • 165. Many home educated children have an overwhelmingly positive learning experience. We would expect the parents’ decision to home educate to be made with their child’s best education at the heart of the decision. However, this is not the case for all, and home education can mean some children are less visible to the services that are there to keep them safe and supported in line with their needs.
  • 166. From September 2016 the Education (Pupil Registration) (England) Regulations 2006 were amended so that schools must inform their Local Authorty (LA) of all deletions from their admission register when a child is taken off roll.
  • 167. Where a parent/carer has expressed their intention to remove a child from school with a view to educating at home, we recommend that LAs, schools, and other key professionals work together to coordinate a meeting with parents/carers where possible. Ideally, this would be before a final decision has been made, to ensure the parents/carers have considered what is in the best interests of each child. This is particularly important where a child has special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), is vulnerable, and/or has a social worker.

Please download the Telford & Wrekin template for the procedures a school must follow if a parent expresses a preference to Electively Home Educate their child.

Any queries can be sent by email to Karen Towers – EHE Advisor, or Nick Cunliffe – Education Safeguarding Coordinator,

Summer school programme 2021 – reporting 

Schools that were part of the summer school programme for 2021 must publish brief details of their summer school on their website by the end of October 2021.

Please note that if you were part of the summer school programme for 2021 that the Department for Education (DfE) update on the 13 October 2021 requires the following:

  • j. Schools must keep a daily attendance record of pupils attending the summer school.
  • k. Schools must keep receipted records of summer school costs. These must be kept available for inspection, either as part of a spot check on summer school expenditure or as part of an audit.
  • l. Schools and local authorities must provide information, as may be required by the Secretary of State, to determine whether they have complied with these conditions.
  • m. Schools must publish brief details of their summer school on their website by the end of October 2021. This should include the amount of funding received and a breakdown of how it was spent.

Full information about conditions of funding for summer school programmes can be found on the GOV.UK website.

Teachers pay update

The revised School Teachers Pay & Conditions Document (STPCD) was issued earlier this month and comes into force on the 22 October 2021.

This confirms that there will be no annual uplift for those on teacher’s terms and conditions of employment, this also applies to the leadership pay spines and the allowances, however the Document has been updated to include the following changes:

  • a consolidated award of £250 is awarded to all teachers whose full-time equivalent basic earnings (excluding allowances) are less than £24,000 – this only applies to those on the Unqualified Teacher Pay Spine
  • the re-introduction of an advisory pay point structure for the unqualified teacher pay range – this is already set out in the Telford & Wrekin Model Pay Policy
  • changes in the number of days that teachers must be available to work as a result of the additional Bank Holiday on Friday 3rd June 2022 to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee – reducing this from 195 days to 194 days*
  • incorporates the statutory induction changes for Early Career Teachers (ECTs)
  • introduces flexibilities around TLR3 by removing the consecutive use clause, which could introduce a payment mechanism for tutoring when being delivered by main and upper pay range teachers outside of directed time and within the normal school day, to address learning disruption as a result of the pandemic.

*Information on how to apply this reduction in sessions/working days was issued in June by the Attendance Support Team and is included below as a reminder.

How this is applied in your schools is something that is determined by your Pay Policy. We should be in a position to issue you with a revised Model Pay Policy to reflect the above changes just after half term as will also confirm pay arrangements for those unqualified teachers who are entitled to an uplift.

Additional Bank Holiday to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee: Academic arrangements
The Queens Platinum Jubilee celebrations will include an additional Bank Holiday and be over a four day weekend from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 June 2022.

Following the announcement made in the last few weeks confirming that, as an additional bank holiday has been agreed on Friday 3 June 2022 and as Telford and Wrekin schools are already on summer half-term break on this day, that the additional one day holiday will therefore be taken elsewhere.

This is because the Department for Education have agreed that school staff should not miss out, and have instead reduced the school year to allow school staff to benefit. They have confirmed that academic year 2021-22 will be reduced by two sessions.

To keep disruption to a minimum, the regional group of LAs, including Telford and Wrekin, who meet to discuss and confirm term dates and school holiday arrangements, suggest this additional day is taken at the end of the summer term 2022. Therefore, schools should close for the summer break on Thursday 21 July 2022.

Please note that not all LAs in the group have confirmed these arrangements as yet, but this is confirmed with HR for Telford and Wrekin schools/staff. As Academies are free to set their own dates this may or may not be applicable, to those settings.

A full copy of the revised School Teachers Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) for 2021 can be found on the GOV.UK website.

The Local Government Association (LGA) pay reference circular for 2021 is also available to download.

Please contact Human Resources with any queries by sending an email to or telephoning 01952 383601.

Average holiday pay

As from 6 April 2020, new Employment Legislation came into force which means that holiday pay should be paid at a rate of the employee’s average salary over the last 52 weeks (or as far back as 104 weeks if the employee wasn’t paid for every week).  When an employee or worker takes holiday, they should get the same pay when they’re on holidays when they’re at work – whatever their working pattern. For those that do not take holiday (term time only workers) then they need to be reimbursed accordingly.

Although employees who work less than 52.14 weeks a year do not receive an annual leave entitlement which they can take, a number of weeks of their pay are compensation for annual leave entitlement. The average holiday ‘top-up’ will be anything over and above their basic pay, for the first 20 days of their entitlement.

Please note this does not apply to those employed on Teachers Terms and Conditions of Employment or those on Nursery Nurse (NNEB) terms and conditions as they are paid for 52.14 weeks per year and have no annual leave payment on top of this.

Telford & Wrekin Council Senior Management Team have agreed the payment of average holiday pay for the first 20 days a year, taking in to account any additional hours/overtime worked. Therefore as Telford & Wrekin Council are the employer for Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools staff this decision also applies to affected support staff in those schools.

For those Foundation/Trust/Voluntary Aided schools where the Governing Body is the employer then we will assume that you also wish to apply the same principle and proceed to make these payments unless you confirm otherwise by no later than the 2 November 2021. You should email if you DO NOT wish this to be processed.

Finance have reviewed the impact of this on individual school budgets and for the majority this was a minimal impact – your Finance Officer can provide further information in terms of the impact of this for your individual school.

We will be processing a one off payment of back pay for the 2020/21 financial year and this will be made in November’s pay so some of your support staff may find they have an extra payment next month.

Moving forward, entitled support staff will be paid an average holiday pay ‘top-up’ twice a year, in October and April. The first one of these payments (for the first half of the 2021/22 financial year), will also be paid in November 2021. If they are entitled to a payment this will be shown as ‘Avg Hol Pay’ on their payslip.

Should your staff have a query about this payment then please direct them to your named HR Advisor or asl them to contact the HR Helpdesk by sending an email to

Where you have staff that are working regular additional hours our advice would be consider placing them on a temporary/fixed term contract to ensure that they receive the correct level of pay in respect of their holiday entitlement and this is therefore budgeted appropriately. Your HR Advisor can provide relevant advice on this option should you wish.

For our academy customers then should this be something you wish to consider for your support staff please make contact with Rebecca Hulsmeier, HR Business Partner by sending an email to and she can discuss the options available to you.

Union facility time, Academic year 2021/22 – request for support 

The local trade unions are requesting support for union facility time for academic year 2021/22. As a gesture of good will, contributing schools from last year will again receive a 30% discount for the year 2021/2022.

Partnership working in Telford & Wrekin is facilitated through regular meetings of the Teachers’ Representatives Panel with Local Authority Officers and is supported by a network of highly trained negotiators and caseworkers who work with and advise school-based representatives.

Please download the invite letter for full information about the contribution per pupil, the benefits to Telford & Wrekin schools of participating in the local Trade Unions facilities arrangement and what schools who are not participating in the Facilities Arrangement need to be aware of:

Union facility time invitation 2021-22

Please let Tim Davis - Group Accountant know by sending an email to before Friday 12 November if you wish to contribute, so that your budget can be charged accordingly (including the discount, there applicable).

Schools Financial Value Standard (SFVS) 2021/22 – maintained school only 

As colleagues will be aware, maintained schools are required to complete the Schools Financial Value Standard (SFVS) annually. The new SFVS template, with supporting information, is now available to download:

Schools Financial Value Standard 2021-22

The checklist for completion is very similar to last year, with the significant exception that the previous requirement to complete and comment on a dashboard of data has been removed. As described by the DfE:

“The checklist was formerly part of a tool that also contained a dashboard. This is now available on the schools financial benchmarking website. It shows how a school's data compares to thresholds on a range of statistics that have been identified as indicators for good resource management and outcomes, which will help you to complete your checklist.”

As a result this year’s document is in word rather than excel.

Completed and signed documents should be returned to Tim Davis - Group Accountant by email to before31 March 2022. If you require any assistance, please contact Tim or speak to your schools finance officer in the Schools Finance Team.

Autism Spectrum Condition Training 

Currently underway is a huge drive on increasing the understanding of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) within Telford & Wrekin schools, to increase inclusion. All schools are asked to co-work towards achieving this whole-borough vision. To support this co-work, and make achieving this vision a reality, a funded place is being provided for a one member of senior staff from each setting to attend the ASC Lead training, during the forthcoming Autumn Term.

Why does my schools need an ASC Lead?
A lead autism practitioner is needed in every school in Telford. The ASC Lead can then drive planning the support and provision for children with social communication needs, across the school. 

What impact will the ASC Lead have in my school?
Having an ASC Lead will enable all young people to have an increased sense of belonging to their school and promote inclusion. This is essential because it will increase the holistic development of each young person identified with ASC. 

In addition, if requests are made for an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP), schools will be able to demonstrate levels of interventions linked to the graduated response. Furthermore, the acquired skills across all school staff will assist with the presentation of young people to the emotional health and wellbeing panel for consideration to be placed on the ASC pathway. The content of the Autism Education Trust (AET) links to the Ofsted framework for inspection, and therefore will support each school when engaging with Ofsted Inspectors.

Next Steps
Schools are asked to sign up one member of staff for the ASC Lead training. Please identify the member of staff who is, or will be, the autism lead in your school and ask them to sign up to just one of the dates below. The autism lead will need to be a senior member of your team who is able to oversee the development of policy and practice.

The dates are as follows:

  • 3 November 2021
  • 10 November 2021
  • 17 November 2021
  • 24 November 2021
  • 1 December 2021
  • 8 December 2021

To book a place on a course, please send a completed CPD booking form by email to
The booking form is available online.

Once your member of staff has received the ASC lead (Leading Good Autism Practice, or LGAP for short) training, they are encouraged to then begin to organise the delivery of whole school training. This can be achieved by contacting Michael Lane (Senior Educational Psychologist and ASC Lead) who will co-ordinate the allocation of training staff to schools. He can be contacted by sending an email to

An Exciting Opportunity from Capgemini

Throughout November Capgemini are running a pre-employment programme for young people who are considering the Apprentice route, post A Levels. Applications are open from young people doing their A levels who want to explore opportunities in the tech and business sectors. Of course, we very much welcome students doing A level equivalents like BTEC or T Levels or S5/6 in Scotland.

The programme is designed to support young people make the best decision for themselves about taking an apprentice role or heading to university and support them with understanding the key skills they need to apply to a large corporate and expand their network so they are well placed regardless of their choices. Each week we will cover a different topic and with new speakers for the students to meet.

Everyone is welcome to apply. However as young Black people are underrepresented in our industry, this programme has been created with Black students in mind. We have a number of employees from our own Black community contributing to presentations and content. This is part of the Capgemini commitment to support young people who are currently under represented in our industry. To apply please complete a digital interview using the link below, applications close on Monday 25 October 2021. The online process is a combination of tick boxes, text answers and video answers and reflects the kind of process that young people will encounter in applying for Grad or Apprentice roles.

The programme runs late afternoon on Wednesdays in November (so 4 sessions in total) and is virtual, so you can join from anywhere in the UK!

If the programme is oversubscribed the Capgemini will do their best to run another programme with wider reach early in 2022. 

Any questions please contact or


The 2021-2022 CPD Booklet continues to be available on the Telford Education Services site and we very much look forward to receiving your bookings.

Course bookings with a course code are made by sending a completed CPD booking form via email to

Other courses and briefings without a course code are usually booked by sending your email address name and school name to

Please note: with effect from Monday 27 September 2021 the majority of our training was moved to online training delivery to support business continuity in schools.  This will continue after half term (unless specified as ‘face to face’).

Cover Supervisors - preparing for the role
(PSS 010)

Tuesday 2 November 2021

3.30pm to 5pm

EYFS: Areas of Learning and Development: Session 5 - Maths
(EY 308)

Tuesday 2 November 2021

1pm to 2.30pm

EYFS: Areas of Learning and Development: Session 5 - Maths
(EY 309)

Tuesday 2 November 2021

4pm to 5.30pm

Autism Spectrum Condition Training
(EPS 107) FULL

Wednesday 3 November 2021

9am to 4.30pm

Designated Safeguarding Leads’ and Safeguarding Governors’’ Termly Update (SG 106)

Wednesday 3 November 2021

4pm to 5.30pm

An Introduction to the Early Years Foundation Stage
(EY 001)

Wednesday 3 November 2021

4pm to 5.30pm

Meeting the EYFS profile requirements for EAL learners in EYFS
(CPD 715)

Wednesday 3 November 2021

1.15pm to 4pm

Designated Safeguarding Leads Refresher
(SG 107) Face to Face FULL

Thursday 4 November 2021

9.15am to 3.15pm

ECT Induction Tutor and Mentor – Termly Update
(CPD 516)

Thursday 4 November 2021

4pm to 5.30pm

Telford & Wrekin half-term activity brochure

The Telford & Wrekin Leisure 2021 October half term holiday activities brochure is available to download.

There are a number of fun activities to keep the kids busy this October half-term, right on the doorstep. Activities will be held in COVID-19 safe environments, and will range from Halloween fancy dress discos at Telford Ice Rink through to holiday clubs.

October Half-term activity programme



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