The government have been working collaboratively to develop coordinated systems and practices to support children's mental health and well-being. There is an expectation now, reflected in the current Ofsted inspection framework, that schools are actively engaged in recognising characteristics, signposting and in some instances having appropriate provision in schools to support pupils’ well-being and mental health.
We are hosting a Twitter Q&A on the topic of COVID-19/Coronavirus.
This webinar, for clerks, will examine the People and Relationships element of the Department for Education Clerking Competency Framework. Good relationships are the foundation for providing impartial advice and guidance. We will explore the importance of building and maintaining effective working relationships, the use of appropriate influencing skills, and the effective use of a variety of communication tools.
If you are a recently appointed clerk, this webinar will help you understand the key roles and responsibilities of the clerk to the board, introduce you to the Clerking Competency Framework and other essential documents, and signpost you to opportunities for future development.
School governors should not meet during Coronavirus situation. Guidance how virtual meets can take place.
This Better Governor webinar focused on Safer Recruitment in educational settings and explore the role and responsibilities of governing bodies and trust boards. We refer to existing statutory guidance and give an overview of the changes in the draft version of Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020, which the Department for Education are currently consulting on.
With the ever-evolving guidance from government in response to the Covid-19 virus many, if not all face-to-face training sessions for governors, trustees and clerks are being cancelled. Responding to this, Better Governor will be increasing the frequency and variety of online, fully interactive webinars.
This Better Governor webinar focused on safeguarding in schools and academies and what effective governance oversight looks like in 2020.
This webinar explored the new statutory requirement, from September 2020, for all schools to teach relationship, and where relevant, sex education
DfE consults School Governors on Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020