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Warrington Multi Agency Safeguarding Training

Warrington Safeguarding Boards are pleased to offer a programme of multi-agency training. This includes courses which are part of a rolling programme as well as new courses that will reflect the Boards’ priorities and the changing agenda for safeguarding.

This programme will be regularly updated as information becomes available. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please visit our website at www.warringtonlscb.org or contact us to discuss further.
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WBC Public Health Campaign Bulletin April 2019
15 Mar
Please find attached campaign bulletin for April, feel free to pass onto any colleagues who may be interested and also add to any newsletters/bulletins or publications that you feel are relevant. If you have questions relating to the attached information contact: Zoe Rubotham Resource Officer Public Health Team Tel: 01925 443193 Email: resources@warrington.gov.uk
Visiting Farms
13 Mar
Visiting Farms Days out at farms are an enjoyable and educational experience for many people. However, animals can carry a number of infections that may be harmful to people, especially children and pregnant women. If you are planning a trip to a farm please visit the PHE website for more information about ways people can keep themselves and family healthy during farm visits. There are also a number of resources available for educators through Access to Farms which has a specific section for teachers.
SCHOOL DISPLAY ENERGY CERTIFICATES CONTRACT – 2019/20
12 Mar
For the attention of the School Maintenance Officer / School Business Manager I am writing to confirm that Energex Associates have been appointed as the approved company to produce a statutory Display Energy Certificate for your school for 2019/20. A representative from the company will be making contact with sites to make an appointment to visit the site from April 2019 in order for them to produce the updated DEC certificate when it expires in November / December 2019. Please can you allow this company to have access to your site and assist them with any queries they may have. This will enable you to receive a more accurate Display Energy Certificate at the end of the process. I can confirm that the Assessors working on site have the appropriate level of DBS clearance if required. If you have any questions or would like further information please do not hesitate to contact me. Regards Patrick Neale Technical Support Officer Planning and Participation Team Families and Wellbeing Directorate 2nd Floor, New Town House Tel: 01925 442974 Email: patrick.neale@warrington.gov.uk
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19 Mar
Effective Governing Programme Session 7: The Board's Responsibilities for Employment and Health and Safety
Course content: - the employment responsibilities of boards and how to fulfil these responsibly - the statutory framework for health and safety in schools - how boards can effectively monitor these aspects of their role and questions they should be asking
28
28 Mar
SEND Briefing
Termly Governor Forum Meeting
02
02 May
Understanding the Pupil Premium
The session will give governors an opportunity to: - Develop governors' understanding of the Pupil Premium Grant - Explore how schools are using the Pupil Premium Grant effectively to diminish the difference - Understand the role of governors in monitoring the impact of the Grant, including the role of 'Pupil Premium Governors'
08
08 May
Effective Governing Programme Session 8: Being Inspection Ready
Course content: - The key aspects of the Ofsted inspection framework, including how this will impact on the inspection of governance - The arrangements for inspections in church schools, where relevant - How boards can ensure that they are ready for inspection
16
16 May
Early Help and Safeguarding Children : A Shared Responsibility (Basic Awareness)
• To explore the Early Help agenda and why we have changed the way in which we work. • To explore how to safeguard children. • To examine the definitions of what constitutes abuse and how it can be identified. • To learn how to report concerns.