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Learn Together Cambridgeshire Training

Get Outside: Sharp Ideas and Excellent Practice for Learning outside the Classroom Tuesday 4 May, 9:15 – 16:30, at Grafham Water Centre. For teachers who wants to learn how to deliver high-quality outdoor education to children. £75 Maintained schools, £85 Academies, £95 Out of County schools.                    £20 discount for members of the School Improvement Service’s Primary

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More Than Sport: Your Role in Tackling Adverse Childhood Experiences

FREE TRAINING Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic experiences occurring during childhood that cause repeated suffering. They can cause direct harm (such as abuse) or indirect harm through living in an often-hostile environment (such as growing up in a house with domestic violence). Research has shown that regular participation in sport can have a significant

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Creative Education is offering free guidance resources

Due to the current Covid 19 pandemic, there are concerns that our children and young people may be struggling with their mental health. Creative Education is offering free guides regarding ‘Pupil Wellbeing when School is Online’ and ‘How to become a Trauma Informed School’ and a simple Audit tool about ‘How Mentally Healthy is Your

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DfE funded training to support implementation of Relationships Education and Health Education

Primary schools in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are invited to sign up for funded training opportunities provided by East London Schools Partnership in collaboration with the Cambridgeshire PSHE Service. The training will take the form of three live online sessions and online training modules. The programme will run through the Spring Term. For more information contact

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PSHE RSE Training

PSHE Training Opportunities in respect of RSE Developing RSE Monday 18 January 2021, 15.30-17:45 or Wednesday 3 March 2021, 13:30-15:45. For Primary and Special School colleagues, especially PSHE subject leads and school leaders. This training will be hosted via Zoom. £45 for non-subscribing schools, £35 for subscribing schools or subscribing schools can use their ‘free

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Wellbeing for Education Return Programme

The programme aims to support staff working in educational settings to respond to the additional pressures some children and young people may be feeling as a direct result of the pandemic. The programme is aimed at educational settings for children and young people aged 5-19. This includes maintained schools, academies, independent schools, further education colleges,

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Wellbeing for education return training

The national Wellbeing for Education Return programme seeks to better equip schools and colleges to promote children and young people’s wellbeing, resilience and recovery in response to COVID-19.  As well as strengthening and building wellbeing and resilience, the programme aims to prevent the onset of mental health problems and ensure those with pre-existing or emerging

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