The Banking & Finance Support element of the Hub is an integrated support facility that has responsibility for the council’s bank accounts and all associated budgetary information.
We provide banking arrangements for school’s income through bespoke paying in books and a cash in transit contract.
Income paid directly into the bank account is allocated by instruction from the school.
Advice and guidance can be sought on any aspect of the service we provide from a team of confident, capable, council staff.
Education Library Service
Supplying high quality, up-to-date learning resources to schools. The Education Library Service (ELS) provides schools with an efficient and cost-effective way to resource the curriculum, allowing access to an extensive range of books and artefacts.
Based at The Parkfield Centre we have a stock of over 70,000 resources to support learning in the classroom and wider school environment. We provide networking sessions for teachers to share best practice regarding literacy promotion and reading initiatives. Specialist stock is available to support national and cultural awareness campaigns such as:
National Libraries Week
National Poetry Day
World Book Day
Black History Month
See our website for more details: www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/article/10736/Education-Library-Service
The Cleaning Service provides a comprehensive cleaning service to schools and buildings across the City of Wolverhampton and beyond.
The key elements of the cleaning services provided are:
• A comprehensive cleaning service to your requirements – we provide the staff, staff cover, materials, equipment and financial management systems
• Compliance with relevant legislation regarding Health and Safety and staff training
• Commitment to a strong partnership between you, the customer and ourselves to ensure the optimum cleaning provision for now and in the future.
Statutory Assessment and Moderation
All Schools and Academies (including Free Schools) must comply with statutory requirements for EYFS Profile, Phonics Check, Key Stage (KS)1 and KS2 assessment.
This area of the service ensures that schools are aware of and can comply with the statutory assessment arrangements at each key stage. It also provides appropriate support and training for making accurate judgements.
This SLA will support practitioners in making accurate judgments against national standards and exemplifications in each key stage. It also provides regular updates for all staff to ensure that they are kept up to date and fully informed about statutory assessment arrangements.
The Service Level Agreement for assessment is offered as a package appropriate for Primary, Infant or Junior schools.
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