• Teacher Wellness Festival 2019

  • Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 101 Friday 14th June 2019

  • Perspective Lite – REMINDER TO LOG IN

  • Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 100 Friday 7th June 2019

  • Education Partnership Conference Working Group - Summary of feedback

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Teacher Wellness Festival 2019
14 Jun
Hartley School, East Ham, E6 1NT - 9:30am-3pm Saturday 29th June 2019 TeachWellFest is the place to learn exactly what and how schools who have built a culture of wellness actually do. You'll get to see all the nitty gritty like: how much it costs, how it was introduced to staff, how it is integrated into school life, what policies are used and the many, many, many different forms that wellness can take. Come to TeachWellFest 2019. Speakers include - Gary Wilkie – CEO of the Learning in Harmony Trust Alison Kriel – Former Headteacher and founder of Above & Beyond Andrew Cowley – DHT, founder of Healthy Toolkit & author Lucinda Powell – Founder: Minds Ahead & School Mental Health Award Coach Sarah Tweddell – Wellbeing Coordinator at Robert Barclay Academy – Please go to www.teachwellfest.com for more information.
Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 101 Friday 14th June 2019
14 Jun
Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 101 Friday 14th June 2019.
Perspective Lite – REMINDER TO LOG IN
13 Jun
FAO Assessment Leads/ Head teachers The Learning and Skills Data team want to remind schools to log in and familiarise themselves with Perspective Lite – the online system where schools can run reports on their end of year data submissions for EYFSP, phonics and key stage 1. School users can generate reports on their own performance and see live data for Newham and England, as local authorities across the country populate the system with their own results. During the statutory end of year data collection process - once schools have submitted their results to the LA - the Head teacher or assessment lead should login to Perspective Lite, confirm that their data is correct and then sign off the head teacher declaration form. As you will be aware, the data collection time is a busy period for schools and the team. It would be helpful if schools try logging into Perspective Lite and report any issues as soon as possible. Which pupils are included / removed from your school’s results The Learning and Skills Data team have produced some guidance on which pupils are included in the school’s 2019 results at EYFSP, phonics and key stages 1 and 2. Please look at the End of Year Return for Assessment Data 2018-19 here in Newham Connect for further details. The Learning & Skills Performance Data Team
Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 100 Friday 7th June 2019
07 Jun
Newham Connect Newsletter Issue 100 Friday 7th June 2019
Education Partnership Conference Working Group - Summary of feedback
06 Jun
A short summary of working group discussions at the Education Partnership Conference on 22 May is available; full minutes of each group will be shared soon. See the link to previous meeting documents here.